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Corrected Stoller Complaint

Corrected Stoller Complaint

Per my previous post, the complaint had a couple misplaced decimal points and the wrong antonym in a sentence. I fixed it and some folks wanted the corrected version to drop-off to their Assembly person, which I’ve said is a very excellent idea. Here is the corrected version, and it even the official case number. correctedcomplaint Go and spread the word to the Assembly folk that unvaccinated kids are not the primary vectors of the measles problem in, at the…

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One done, 79 to go, and what else is next

One done, 79 to go, and what else is next

Paul just post this as part of a comment about the lawsuit: “Today I discussed this lawsuit with my CA legislator’s staffperson, and provided her office with a copy of the complaint.” Seems like a very, very good idea. I have to believe that there are vaccine concerned in the districts of all of the other 79 Assembly folks. One of the reasons I wrote the complaint the way I did was because any open minded, reasonable person would see…

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Press Release: For Immediate Release: Dr. Kenneth Stoller Sues San Francisco City Attorney for Abuse of Power; Lawsuit aims to defend privacy rights for California Patients’ Medical Records and Genetic Information June 4, 2019

Press Release: For Immediate Release: Dr. Kenneth Stoller Sues San Francisco City Attorney for Abuse of Power; Lawsuit aims to defend privacy rights for California Patients’ Medical Records and Genetic Information June 4, 2019

Today, Dr. Kenneth Stoller filed a lawsuit against the San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera for abuse of power and abuse of process due to the City Attorney’s illegal attempt to obtain the medical records and genetic information of Dr. Stoller’s vaccine exemption patients. The City Attorney’s subpoena is illegal under state and federal law and represents an attempt to circumvent federal and state constitutional privacy and other protective laws that prevent “government snooping” regarding protected genetic information. There are…

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Dr. Kenneth Stoller Files Lawsuit Against the San Francisco City Attorney’s Subpoena for his Patients’ Medical Records and Genetic Information

Dr. Kenneth Stoller Files Lawsuit Against the San Francisco City Attorney’s Subpoena for his Patients’ Medical Records and Genetic Information

Today, Dr. Kenneth Stoller has filed a lawsuit to stop the San Francisco City Attorney’s attempt to obtain the medical records and genetic information of his vaccine exemption patients. The basis of the City Attorney’s subpoena, which was served and widely reported in the media on May 8th, is a purported public nuisance investigation about Dr. Stoller’s practice of writing medical exemptions for children who do not meet the strict CDC (Centers for Disease Control) vaccine contraindications. here is the…

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Florida Federal Judge Grants Summary Judgment to the FDA against US Stem Cell; Game Over except for the obligatory appeal

Florida Federal Judge Grants Summary Judgment to the FDA against US Stem Cell; Game Over except for the obligatory appeal

The U.S. Stem Cell summary judgment decision has just come down. It’s 30 plus pages. here it is. USRM lawsuit Result: FDA 1, US Stem Cell 0. Game over except for the appeal, which will take at least a year. I haven’t had a chance to closely read the decision yet, but I am expecting that the judge accepted the FDA’s position in toto. The judge has or will issue a final judgment, and then the case goes up to…

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The Cali. Medical Board is Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place on SB 276 (updated with the good news links)

The Cali. Medical Board is Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place on SB 276 (updated with the good news links)

Last week, the Medical Board of California held a multi-location public hearing and comment on SB 276. By accounts, there were many excellent speakers making cogent points against SB 276. The consensus of opinion was that the Board members listened attentively and heard the concerns of the speakers. And that’s a very good thing. The result per a recent press release was that the members of the Medical Board support the concept of the bill but not the particulars, presumably…

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Update on Dr. Ken Stoller’s Battle against the SF City Attorney’s Office

Update on Dr. Ken Stoller’s Battle against the SF City Attorney’s Office

here it is: https://gogetfunding.com/legal-defense-fund-stoller/ The short of it is that it’s going to be over next week or a new phase will begin. Stay closely turned! Rick Jaffe, Esq. rickjaffeesquire@gmail.com

US Stem Cell Pre-Trial Conference Now Set for June 7th, so look for a decision before then, or another court ordered adjournment

US Stem Cell Pre-Trial Conference Now Set for June 7th, so look for a decision before then, or another court ordered adjournment

On May 9th, the judge in the U.S. Stem Cell case put off the pre-trial conference from May 29th until June 7th, meaning she’s not quite done with the summary judgment decision and needs alittle more time. It’s a big complicated case with alot of papers flying back and forth. Normally judges try to decide summary judgment motions in 60 days or so. If she issues her decision in early June, that would be basiclly two months since the cross…

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And no, being “fragile” or having a vaccine exemption is not being disabled under the ADA

And no, being “fragile” or having a vaccine exemption is not being disabled under the ADA

Ok, so if it’s not medical discrimination, how about discrimination against the disabled under say the American With Disabilities Act? Probably a fairly hard no for almost all of the current exemptees. For starters, if your child got an exemption because of family history, or a genetic test, your child isn’t disabled. Same applies if the exemption was based on a prior AE, unless the AE caused your child to be actually disabled, and I’m guessing that is rare. Here…

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Sorry Cali. Vaccine Concerned, but I don’t think “medical discrimination” is a valid basis to challenge SB 276

Sorry Cali. Vaccine Concerned, but I don’t think “medical discrimination” is a valid basis to challenge SB 276

A few of you have suggested something about a class action against a school or someone as medical discrimination if their child’s vaccine exemption application is denied or an existing exemption is revoked. I’ve never heard that kind of thing before, and I doubt it exists in law. But if there’s a case out there in the case books, I’ll take a look at it, but I really doubt there is. Reason being, it is accepted law across the country…

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