Eithne Branigan lodged a criminal complaint on Sunday 13 February 2022 at Drogheda Garda Station, Meath, Ireland, after suffering severe adverse reactions to the AstraZeneca injection. Among other things, she has suffered crippling headaches, brain fog and fatigue since shortly after her first dose on 18 May 2021.
The accused named on the criminal complaint are: the vaccinator; the vaccinator’s superior; the head of the vaccination center; the head of National Immunisation Advisory Committee (“NIAC”); the head of the Health and Safety Executive (“HSE”); and, the Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly.
“I have been lied to. I have been manipulated and I have been damaged for life, physically damaged for life,” Branigan told the police officer.
Branigan has been told that she will never recover from her vaccine-injury.
At the vaccination center, before she was injected, she mentioned that she had “reacted to things over the years” and she was concerned that she was “sensitive.” The pharmacist reassured her that she had nothing to worry about. Over the next couple of weeks, she experienced minor adverse reactions such as bruising and “a bit headachy but nothing too bad.”
From a little over two weeks after her injection she became extremely unwell. She had episodes of loss of vision and two months after her injection she had facial paralysis and felt so unwell she thought she “might die that night.”
She has now seen three neurologists and has been diagnosed with “something that is incurable and … doesn’t respond to medication.”
“My life’s been turned upside down. I don’t believe I gave informed consent for this,” Branigan said.
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