A nursery nurse leapt to her death after developing a sleep disorder caused “most likely” by a swine flu vaccination, a coroner has ruled.
Katie Clack, 23, began sleeping up to 19 hours per day while her mental health deteriorated after she received the vaccine in 2009.
In 2014, Ms Clack jumped to her death from a multi-storey car park in Peterborough after the condition – narcolepsy – caused her to become depressed.
Now a coroner has ruled the receipt of the vaccine likely caused the onset of the narcolepsy.
Nichole Rolfe, formerly Nichole Bruff, was a nursing student at Baker College in Michigan who dreamt of being a nurse practitioner of midwifery before the nursing department’s director dismissed her–shortly before she was to graduate–after Rolfe questioned instructors who were teaching students to lie to patient’s in order to coerce them into getting vaccinated.
In an oral decision from the bench, Judge Joseph Farah denied the motions concluding that none of the arguments warrant dismissal or the placing of limitations on the case. The decision now permits the case to go before a Genesee County jury.
Also at the hearing, Baker College additionally sought to preclude the release of certain emails between the nursing department’s director and an instructor about the case, and to prevent the last deposition of a key witness, another former nursing student. The judge denied both of Baker’s requests. READ MORE…
In 2013, nursing student Nichole Bruff was dismissed from Baker College in Michigan for allegedly asking questions about the way her instructors were teaching nursing students how to coerce parents into receiving vaccines for their children, even if the children or parents did not want them .
All states allow a medical exemption and some states allow philosophical and/or religious exemptions. However, the American Medical Association and ChildrensHealthCare.org are actively promoting the abolishment of religious and philosophical exemptions. Corporations are also challenging informed consent.
DETAILS AND LEGAL FORMS Including links to school exemption forms in all states
A Warren County nurse was unfairly denied unemployment benefits after she was fired for refusing a flu shot without claiming a religious or medical exemption, a New Jersey appeals court ruled today.
The three-judge panel wrote that the hospital’s policy of allowing religious or medical exemptions to the flu shot requirement “unconstitutionally discriminated against” plaintiff June Valent by rejecting her refusal to be vaccinated for secular reasons. read more…