Court order demands to know Pfizer’s experimental injections contain “graphene oxide” or “nanotechnological elements.”Also requires “details of nature, probability, magnitude” of the “adverse effects already detected, in full.”
Posted BY: Jamie White
Pfizer must turn over all information on its COVID-19 mRNA injection, including whether ingredients like “graphene oxide” or “nanotechnological elements” are part of its biochemical composition, a Uruguay judge ruled.
In the ruling issued last Saturday, Judge Alejandro Recarey also called for the pharmaceutical giant to demonstrate the “harmlessness” of “the substance called messenger RNA” that’s a key feature of the experimental vaccine.
“According to the decision, the Executive and the US laboratory must provide documentation on the composition of the vaccines, including the possible presence of ‘graphene oxide’ or ‘nanotechnological elements,’” France 24 reported on Monday.
Judge Recarey has also suspended Pfizer’s COVID shot for children under 13 years old until the list of ingredients of these injections are known.
From France 24:
Recarey understands that those responsible for minors who are vaccinated must be ‘provided’ with a text ‘that fully and clearly reports’ the content of the injections, their benefits, the risks involved in their supply ‘with details of nature, probability ( y) magnitude’, and the ‘adverse effects already detected, in full.’
The provisions of the contract signed between the Uruguayan government and Pfizer did not become public in the South American country of 3.5 million inhabitants, which had an early vaccination campaign against covid-19.
Furthermore, the court order requires an explanation of whether studies have been conducted “aiming to explain the notorious increase in deaths from Covid-19 as of March 2021 in relation to the previous year.”
“Very especially, Pfizer will be instructed to state within 48 hours – with the provision of documentary data if applicable – if the company has admitted (…) the verification of adverse effects of vaccines against the so-called Covid-19. In general, and also in detail regarding the child population,” the document states.
Additionally, the court order demands to whether or not “alternative therapies” have been studied to treat COVID and why or why not, and “if positive, give the research results — giving an account of whether those were used in Uruguay or not.”
Children’s Health Defense president Mary Holland praised the judge’s order, saying Pfizer has “hidden” its data to avoid “liability.”
“I applaud Uruguayan judge Recarey for posing many tough questions to Pfizer over its COVID shots and the contracts it imposed on Uruguay,” Holland told The Defender in an email.
“From the beginning, Pfizer has hidden its data and liability-free contracts to avoid liability from the shots,” she added.
Pfizer and other pharmaceutical companies who’ve produced COVID-19 vaccines have refused to provide a list of their ingredients contained in their COVID shots despite the fact they’re indemnified and immune from product liability.