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Jackson v. Pfizer, Ventavia, Icon: Barnes legal team response filed Oct. 27
Whistleblower-warrior Brook Jackson’s legal team led by Attorney Robert Barnes filed her response to the US Government’s Oct. 4 Statement of Interest in support of Pfizer’s April 22 Motion to Dismiss:
Oct. 27, 2022 - Relator Brook Jackson’s Response to Statement of Interest
Jackson’s legal team didn’t use the legal strategy I’ve outlined in recent posts.
This is not surprising.
The strategy — joining the US Government and named US Government officials to the False Claims Act case as defendants, and adding 18 USC 2333 civil claims based on terrorism and related government-directed crimes — is a lot for people new to the information to absorb in just a couple of days. It takes time to understand the legislative and executive history underpinning the US Government’s criminal enterprise.
The main reason this is such an unorthodox legal strategy is that, in most False Claims Act cases, the US Government is the lead plaintiff, and is supported by the Relator whistleblower (in this case Brook Jackson), who provides the government with evidence obtained during his or her private employment with contractors supplying goods and services to the government.
In Jackson’s case alleging clinical trial fraud by Pfizer against the US Government, the truth is that the illegitimate part of the US Government (treasonous infiltrators working for the globalists) is collaborating with the contractors (Pfizer, Ventavia and many others) to engage in criminal fraud against the legitimate part of the US Government (remnants TBD), the unwitting employees of the contractors, the American people and all the people in the world who are being defrauded, sickened and killed by the bioweapons fraudulently presented as “safe and effective Covid-19 vaccines” subjected to valid scientific testing and a valid FDA regulatory process.
Wikipedia: The False Claims Act (FCA), also called the "Lincoln Law", is an American federal law that imposes liability on persons and companies (typically federal contractors) who defraud governmental programs. It is the federal government's primary litigation tool in combating fraud against the government.
The law includes a qui tam provision that allows people who are not affiliated with the government, called "relators" under the law, to file actions on behalf of the government. This is informally called "whistleblowing", especially when the relator is employed by the organization accused in the suit.
I hope and pray that US District Court Judge Michael Truncale denies the Pfizer-US Government Motion to Dismiss, and lets Jackson’s case proceed to discovery and beyond.
With more time and more information, her legal team and Judge Truncale will have more opportunities to wrap their arms around the scope of the statutory/regulatory/executive order destruction of the republic.
Some thoughts on the response the Barnes legal team filed:
I think it’s good that they mentioned the criminal issues.
I think it’s good that they framed the fraud-in-inducement argument in terms of “potential” influence of faked clinical data on FDA decisions. Focusing on the word “potential” was a sidelong way of getting at the fact that there was no actual, material or causal influence for the clinical trials on FDA decisions, because the FDA’s decisions were controlled by the Department of Defense from long before the trials even began.
I think it’s good that Jackson’s team emphasized the evidence from other trial sites that corroborate what she found in September 2020 at the Texas sites where she worked.
Jackson’s team generously construed the Department of Justice’s year-long case review/investigation process (January 2021 to January 2022) as evidence of DOJ’s view that her claims were well-founded from the start.
In truth, it was a DOJ stalling tactic to cover up DOD/HHS/FDA crimes while the crimes carried on. DOJ investigated nothing during those 12 months, because DOJ officials and the Attorney General were and are co-conspirators in the criminal mass murder campaign.
But I understand why the legal team did that. They aim to use DOJ’s actions to support the argument that Jackson’s original January 2021 complaint was well-founded and should therefore survive the motion to dismiss.
More reporting on the Jackson case and other topics next week.
Also, pharmaceutical-regulatory-process-expert-warrior Sasha Latypova is connecting cardiologist-warrior Peter McCullough to these issues. Sasha asked me to pick out some of my work to help orient Dr. McCullough. Below is what I sent to Sasha to send to him.
Here’s the link to the large print PDF American Domestic Bioterrorism Program information as of Sept. 20, 2022. There have been a few updates and additions since then, but the basic arc of the evidence is the same.
Three of the shortest versions of the story:
If Dr. McCullough wants to spend a couple of days looking at all the material I’ve collected so far in the order in which I located and/or wrote about it, the PDF collections of each month’s Bailiwick reporting are available. I’ll be editing the October PDF compilation over the next few days, to post in early November.
February 2022 Bailiwick News (60 pages)
March 2022 Bailiwick News (51 pages)
April 2022 Bailiwick News (50 pages)
May 2022 Bailiwick News (55 pages)
June 2022 Bailiwick News (48 pages)
July 2022 Bailiwick News (41 pages)
August 2022 Bailiwick News (43 pages)
September 2022 Bailiwick News (30 pages)