Pfizer facing multiple lawsuits after failing to disclose the presence of toxic DNA fragments in COVID-19 vaccines
By Zoey Sky // Dec 13, 2023

Multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology corporation Pfizer is now facing several lawsuits after it failed to disclose information about a DNA sequence used in the Pfizer-BioNTech Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine to regulators.

Testing of Pfizer vaccine reveals traces of Simian Virus 40 (SV40)

Testing by outside scientists revealed that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine contained a Simian Virus 40 (SV40) DNA sequence. However, the public was never informed about the presence of the DNA sequence.

Regulators from both Canada and Europe have acknowledged that Pfizer and BioNTech did not highlight the sequence, which they should have, although regulatory submissions revealed the full DNA sequence of the vaccine plasmid.

Meanwhile, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has refused to divulge whether the companies informed the agency about the sequence. The FDA insists that no safety concerns have been identified from the residual DNA left behind by the SV40 sequence, despite showing no evidence to support its claim.

According to independent researchers, the SV40 DNA could be linked to the various health issues observed in people who received the COVID-19 vaccine, which include cancer. However, other experts think that further testing is required to prove a link.

The Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act), largely protects COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers from lawsuits. But companies can still be sued for "willful misconduct," which includes acts taken "intentionally to achieve a wrongful purpose."

Under a declaration by former Health Secretary Alex Azar in 2020, COVID-19 vaccines fall under the PREP Act. This act is aimed at allowing a more timely response to a health emergency and grants widespread immunity to manufacturers of vaccines and treatments, along with administrators of the drugs.

The protection is still in place because of extensions through both the Trump and Biden administrations.

Lawsuits incoming for vaccine makers

There is considerable disagreement on whether the DNA sequence is harmful to humans, with some experts saying it may have caused a number of adverse effects, including some cancers, while others suggest its inclusion is harmless. (Related: Pfizer CUTS COSTS after significant decline in uptake of COVID-19 vaccine and Paxlovid.)

Mat Staver, chairman of Liberty Counsel, suggested that the issue involves "willful misconduct." He added that it's unlikely the FDA knew about this. And while the PREP Act has mostly prevented lawsuits concerning the COVID-19 vaccines, several recent developments could change that.

Back in August, a Michigan judge ruled in the case of a man who had to have his leg amputated after receiving remdesivir, Gilead Sciences' COVID-19 drug treatment, that the drug manufacturer was not protected by the PREP Act. Remdesivir was allegedly contaminated with glass particles.

The other development that could see Big Pharma's immunity waived is the revelation that Pfizer's COVID vaccine contains fragments of the SV40 sequence. These issues could help plaintiffs "pierce that legal immunity that's otherwise provided by the PREP Act."

Staver said that aside from personal injury firms and organizations, Liberty Counsel is also considering filing lawsuits due to the recent developments.

Liberty Counsel has previously been involved in several major suits involving COVID-19 vaccines, including some with military members who were denied their request for religious exemption from the military's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. The firm helped win orders blocking the military from discharging those members.

To date, both Pfizer and BioNTech have not returned requests for comment.

Warner Mendenhall, an American lawyer, explained that lawyers are considering taking a different approach. "The latest conversation that we've been talking about ... is whether we have access right now, at least for some people, to prove battery," he said.

Informed consent requires having information, "and nobody knew about the SV40," explained Mendenhall. Without this knowledge, vaccine recipients could not properly give consent.

"And if you haven't consented, and somebody does something to you without being informed and given proper consent, it's called battery. So, there is some opening for battery cases. And we're in discussions right now, and those may be able to be brought as what are called mass torts or mass cases. So we're working on that," explained Mendenhall.

Learn more about the adverse effects of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccines at VaccineDamage.news.

Watch the video below to learn how Pfizer lied about COVID-19 vaccines and a whistleblower who leaked shocking data.

This video is from the Paul Davis UnCancelled channel on Brighteon.com.

More related stories:

Pfizer’s partner BioNTech faces LAWSUIT in Germany for “alleged harm” caused by its COVID-19 vaccines.

Dr. Peter McCullough: Pfizer, FDA colluding to censor COVID vaccine concerns.

Australian Senate grills Pfizer, Moderna reps about covid “vaccine” genocide.

Sources include:

TheNationalPulse.com

TheEpochTimes.com

Brighteon.com



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