In an interview with Unity News Network (UNN), Senior Employment lawyer Anna De Buisseret discussed the ongoing court case regarding the decision to roll out the Covid-19 vaccines to teens and children.
The senior UK lawyer said: “We are taking it to court, proceedings have been issued for judicial review of the decision to roll out the vaccination to 16, 17, and 12 – to 15-year-old age groups.
Over the past year, De Buisseret has been working with a team of lawyers, both in the UK and internationally, to examine and analyse all of the evidence available regarding the Covid-19 pandemic and the experimental vaccines. The team of lawyers has been working with various campaign groups including HART; Covid19Assembly; World Doctors Alliance; UK Freedom Alliance; and, Us for Them.
Recently, De Buisseret challenged officers and staff outside a vaccine clinic in Brighton that was vaccinating 16 and 17-year-olds in a video that went viral on Twitter.
👏BOOOOMMMMM👏 Top Lawyer Anna De Buisseret absolutely NAILING it in Brighton yesterday. If you haven’t already share this and make it VIRAL!
A crime against humanity is being committed! pic.twitter.com/2eiKki1h7p
— No More Lockdowns UK (@NMLockdownsUK) August 31, 2021
Anna compared the injections to the Bell vs Tavistock NHS Trust case whereby it was deemed that children could not consent to the use of puberty blockers which were entirely experimental.
During the UNN interview, Anna said: “I wanted every parent to read the judgement in the Bell vs Tavistock NHS trust which was handed down in December 2020, because yes it talks about puberty blockers, some of the journalists have said ‘oh shes talking nonsense’ but that’s not the point.
“The point is that it’s an experimental treatment, and the puberty blockers were experimental and these injections are experimental, so the analysis is the same. I wanted parents to have a look at that judgement for themselves so that they could see what the court was saying about how children can’t necessarily be Gillick competent.”
The lawyer explained that a child under the age of 18 cannot understand the risks and long-term consequences of taking the vaccine, especially as “none of us know what they are.”