Permanent corporate liability exemption for vaxx manufacturers.
Preliminary conclusion subject to further investigation and confirmation:
By rulemaking that was proposed April 4, 2018 (83 FR 14391), announced Dec. 2, 2021 (86 FR 68423), and went into effect Jan. 3, 2022, CDC already made the Covid vaxx manufacturers permanently immune from civil liability for injuries and deaths inflicted on people through government-mandated injection of their products.
Health and Human Services/CDC added “and/or pregnant women” to “children” on the list of vaccine recipients that, when a vaccine is on the ‘recommended’ list, puts compensation for injuries and deaths exclusively in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program under the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, Title III of PL 99-660, 42 USC 300aa-10 et seq.
It legally shifts the financial burden of injuries, long-term disabilities and deaths caused by pharmaceutical products from the corporate manufacturers and shareholders, assigned through federal court-adjudicated tort liability proceedings, to the victims and American taxpayers through the Office of Special Masters within the US Court of Federal Claims.
The fight to keep the Covid-19 vaxxes off the childhood immunization schedule is still important, to protect children from government-run bioterrorism programs.
But it looks like the manufacturers already have their permanent liability exemption, barring a regulatory change by Health and Human Services to restore the prior language, or a federal court overturning the addition of pregnant women to the regulations.
On a related topic, not one Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) claim for injuries and deaths caused by the Covid-19 injections has been paid out yet, under a scheme parallel to the VICP, but specific to Covid-19 injections and more difficult to navigate.
The CICP is a “horrible programme,” says Peter Meyers, emeritus professor at George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC. “You basically submit your application for compensation, it’s then dealt with secretly, and you don’t have a right to have a lawyer paid for by the programme. You don’t have a right to a hearing. We have no idea how these cases are being processed . . . There is such a lack of transparency in this programme that it’s frightening.” (BMJ, 04/19/22)
See also, Robert Malone post: The Vaccine Injury Compensation System for COVID has failed.