Jan. 6, 2010 Shaken baby syndrome guidance issued by CPS

Mrs Cannings was found guilty of smothering her seven-week-old son in 1991 and her 18-week-old son eight years later. These convictions were later overturned. The Cannings case was one of several which raised concerns that many parents convicted of killing their children were victims of miscarriages of justice. ‘Sensitive’ cases. The judges who released her ruled that no-one should be prosecuted solely on the basis of medical opinion which was disputed between experts. Read more…

1 thought on “Jan. 6, 2010 Shaken baby syndrome guidance issued by CPS

  1. kibitzer

    The CPS says it will consider “surrounding circumstances” regarding cases of SBS. I wonder if that will extend – finally – to the child’s vaccine history. There is plenty of evidence that cases of SBS are traceable to the cranial damage caused by vaccines, including the key symptom of retinal haemorrhage. Viera Scheibner, Ph.D, has written extensively on this subject; also Dr. Edward Yazbak. But what do they know. They’re not establishment experts. They’ve just read the literature. As can anybody; if they had a mind to.

    The Establishment doesn’t have a mind to. Because of the damage it would inflict on the medical policy of vaccinating all kids, regardless of suspected adverse reactions, from either previous jabs (as they are called in the UK) or as given to previous siblings. So that is the damage that is uppermost in their minds.

    Caveat emptor.

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