I am pleasantly surprised to see the mainstream German publication Die Welt openly reporting that clinical trials of the Pfizer Covid vaccine were rife with alleged fraud. What a change!
The article explains that Pfizer unblinded and removed numerous patients who suffered adverse events from the Covid vaccine trial. It also gives examples of Pfizer subjects whose deaths appear to have been covered up. One of the victims described by Die Welt is Pfizer subject C4591001 1162 11621327, whose story I unearthed in July of 2022.
Welt has documents according to which patient no. 11621327 was found dead in his apartment three days after the second dose, apparently a stroke. Patient #11521497 died 20 days after vaccination, diagnosis of cardiac arrest. “According to the current state of science, these two cases would be assigned to the vaccination,” says the Berlin pharmaceutical specialist Susanne Wagner, “especially since the U.S. health authority CDC is currently investigating strokes in vaccinated people.
As you remember, Pfizer’s investigators implausibly ruled these deaths unrelated.
Die Welt also describes Argentine lawyer Augusto Roux, who remained alive, but whose sufferings were written off as “anxiety.”
Three weeks later, test candidate Roux received the second dose. He remained under observation for 40 minutes, then left the hospital feeling good. In the taxi home he felt uncomfortable, and later he had shortness of breath, burning chest pain, nausea and fever. His urine turned black like cola and he passed out. Three days later, Roux was in the Alemán Hospital, several PCR tests for Covid were negative. Senior physician Gisela di Stilio noted in the discharge report, which is available to Welt: “Adverse reaction to the coronavirus vaccine (high probability).” The computer tomograph had provided images of fluid in Roux’s heart. A pericardial effusion.
Over the next few months, Roux lost 14 kilos, he had liver problems, and his heart sometimes beat irregularly. … The diagnosis for the symptoms after the second vaccination is very likely to be “pericarditis”, inflammation of the heart. All of this fits exactly with a clinical picture that the Paul Ehrlich Institute also has in its list of “rare side effects” for mRNA vaccines.
Note how Die Welt sarcastically puts “rare side events” in quotes.
He found amazing things there. His story, one might think, should appear in Pfizer’s pivotal study papers, but it doesn’t. The pharmaceutical company’s papers say Roux informed the research team that he was hospitalised with pneumonia on both sides, following the initial report, which was classified as an “adverse event of toxicity level 1”. That could have nothing to do with the vaccine, the file goes on to say, it is probably a Covid infection. Not a word that Roux had tested negative for Corona in several PCR tests.
The newspaper finds more cases of apparent Pfizer fraud:
Almost at the same time as the Roux case, there must have been an incident in the Buenos Aires test center. In one fell swoop, the test management said goodbye to 53 subjects on August 31st 2020. The test candidates were “unblinded”, which means they were informed about their vaccination status, a process that the Pfizer study protocol expressly only provides for “in emergencies”. But there is nothing about it in the approval study. In protocol documents that are available to Welt, and which are actually not intended for the public, those responsible get caught up in contradictions.
While Die Welt does an excellent job at exposing Pfizer’s alleged trial fraud, which the FDA appeared to want to hide for 75 years, most of what is discussed is not new to us. What is new is that mainstream newspapers are now discussing it.
Die Welt mentions that Pfizer’s contracts included a liability waiver even for Pfizer’s negligence and for “fraud or bad faith on the part of Pfizer itself”.
I expect this ‘fraud waiver’ to be litigated furiously in many countries of the world. In the United States, liability for certain misdeeds, such as fraud, cannot be waived in advance because it would “violate public policy” and encourage fraud. Thus, I expect Ed Dowd’s ‘fraud vitiates all contracts’ doctrine to prevail legally in many localities.
A question that many of us are asking is, “will there be trials”. A friend of my Substack, Eugyppius, concludes with regret that “there will be no Corona reckoning in Germany”.
I am not an expert on German politics, but I would like to make a statement: in more than one country, though possibly not in Germany, there will be Corona reckoning. A mini-reckoning is already happening in Florida, which gives us a hint of the future.
The governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, is a shrewd political operator who expects to benefit from defending the public from Covid vaccines.
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