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 gogetfunding page to support this lawsuit.
We believe that there is no real investigation. Rather, the City Attorney’s press conference announcing the subpoena was intended to create public support for SB 276, which would remove medical vaccine exemption decision making from physicians and place it in the hands of state or local public health officials. Under this bill, an important medical decision will be made by state or local government employees who have never met or spoken to the patient or family.
SB 276 was introduced and is being promoted by Senator Richard Pan who has created the false public relations narrative that SB 276 is necessary to stop a few physicians from writing what he considers to be fake or fraudulent medical exemptions. In reality, some physicians like Dr. Stoller are issuing medical exemptions based on the clear and explicit statements made by Senator Pan and others, that medical exemptions could be written based on considerations much broader than the narrow CDC contraindication guidelines that he now seeks to impose on all Californians via SB 276.
Many of the medical exemptions written by Dr. Stoller (and other like-minded physicians) are for siblings of vaccine injured children. These exemptions are valid medical exemptions written to protect the families’ other children from potential adverse reactions, they are neither fake nor fraudulent.
In addition to seeking to quash the City Attorney’s subpoena, this lawsuit seeks to prove that if there is a public nuisance, the vector or cause is not the medically vaccine exempt children, as the public is being led to believe. This lawsuit also seeks to establish the legal rights of the families of vaccine injured children to obtain an exemption based on considerations beyond CDC guidelines as a right to receive medical care and advice different from the conventional medical majority view.
Here is the (corrected) complaint. I think many of you will like it.
Here’s the gogetfunding link again.
Rick Jaffe, Esq.
916-492-6038 (California office number