Sunday, April 24, 2011

Top Government Vaccine Researcher Indicted For Fraud, Austism Research Now In Question

The Intel Hub
By Alexander Higgins and Alex Thomas

A federal government scientist, whose research the CDC and other federal government agencies have relied on to assure the public that the mercury filled vaccines that we are forced to give to our children are safe has been indicted for money laundering and mail fraud.

In the wake of widespread breakouts of autism, immune defects, cancer and cell damage being suffered in many people who have been forced to give vaccines to their children, various independent citizen groups have launched community awareness campaigns and conducted their own independent research into the safety of the vaccines.

All research carried out by Dr. Poul Thorsen is now in question. The fact that this man has been exposed as a complete fraud should essentially discredit his research which the CDC has used to strengthen their claims that Thimerosal is safe and has no link to autism.

The actual indictment states the scientist was “aided and abetted by others known and unknown to the grand jury”.

However, it does not take a rocket scientist to read between the lines and realize those unknown others may very well be the giant pharmaceuticals companies and corrupt government officials in the CDC and the FDA who are on Big Pharma’s payroll and seem quite happy to force poison and murder upon the masses in exchange for a fat paycheck and their cozy lifestyles.

A press release on PR News wire points us to an indictment of the CDC vaccine research.

Vaccine-Autism Researcher Indicted for Fraud

SILVER SPRING, Md., April 19, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Based on last week’s indictment of vaccine-autism researcher Dr. Poul Thorsen for money laundering and mail fraud, the Coalition for Mercury-free Drugs (CoMeD), a Maryland-based non-profit organization, is calling for further investigation related to the incident.
Thorsen, a Danish scientist, has already been cited for academic misconduct by Aarhus University in Denmark and is now charged with embezzling a $1 million grant for autism from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  For several years, Thorsen was involved in influential studies defending the controversial use of Thimerosal (about 50% mercury by weight) as a preservative in several vaccines.
Thimerosal has been linked to autism and other neurological diseases by numerous studies.  Dr. Paul G. King, Scientific Advisor for CoMeD, explains, “We need to consider the ever-growing body of toxicity studies linking the mercury in Thimerosal to severe neurological deficits, like autism, and to immune-system and mitochondrial damage. Such studies have shown that the level of Thimerosal in vaccines is not safe.”
As U.S. Attorney Sally Quillian Yates said, “Grant money for disease research is a precious commodity. When grant funds are stolen, we lose not only the money, but also the opportunity to better understand and cure debilitating diseases.”
According to CoMeD, U.S. health agencies have relied upon these now questionable Danish studies to sanction the use of Thimerosal.  CoMeD registered its concerns about Thorsen and his influence on these studies in a groundbreaking letter to Daniel R. Levinson, Inspector General the Department of Health and Human Services, on September 15, 2010. An international community of researchers and advocates signed onto the CoMeD letter.
Now, CoMeD is calling for an independent investigation into the scientific validity of all Danish vaccine-autism studies conducted during Thorsen’s tenure and into the possible inappropriate involvement of employees at the CDC.  Further, CoMeD is calling for the retraction of the 2004 Institute of Medicine report rejecting the causal relationship between Thimerosal and autism, which relied upon the Danish studies in which Thorsen participated.Read The Entire Article
Mercury Free Drugs has published the full indictment which starts of as follows:
Beginning on a date unknown, but at least by in or about February 2004, and continuing until in or about February 2010, in the Northern District of Georgia and elsewhere the defendant, POULT HORSEN aided and abetted by others known and unknown to the Grand Jury, did knowingly devise and intend to devise a scheme and artifice to defraud, and to obtain money and property by means of materially false and fraudulent pretenses, representations, and promises, and by omission of material facts, well knowing and having reason to know that said pretenses, representations, and promises were and would be false and fraudulent when made and caused to be made and that said omissions were and would be material.
Beginning in or about 2000 1 the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilit awarded grant money to Denmark for research involving infant disabilities, autism, genetic disorders, and fetal alcohol syndrome. The CDC awarded the grant to fund studies of the relationship between autism and the exposure to vaccines, the relationship between cerebral palsy and infection during pregnancy, and the relationship between developmental outcomes and fetal alcohol exposure.

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