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Pathologist in Sally Clark murder case is charged with withholding vital evidence

BMJ 2005; 330 doi: (Published 27 January 2005) Cite this as: BMJ 2005;330:216

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That Sally Clark was wrongfully convicted was never in any doubt in
my mind. As I have said before, Harry and many others are the victims of
the Government’s policy of mandatory vaccination which amounts to
Mandatory Iatrogenic Manslaughter in some cases and Mandatory Iatrogenic
Grievous Bodily Harm when MMR is the causative agent of Autism.

Dr Scheibner maintains “It is a well documented fact in orthodox
medical literature that vaccines suppress the immune system and make their
recipients susceptible to infections with a host of bacteria (including
Staphylococcus aureus) ….”.

If it is true the “orthodox medical literature” documents
Staphylococcus aureus among the organisms to which vaccine recipients are
susceptible then perhaps Dr Scheibner can give us the reference. The
references to the respiratory syncytial virus etc are not relevant. It is
the reference to Staphylococcus aureus found in the CSF and numerous
other sites which is the issue in this particular case.

If no reference is forthcoming my argument that the presence of blood
in the CSF is sufficient to account for a neutrophil response is the only
valid explanation.

In response to my letter I have had one reply, privately, from a
Pathologist whom I have answered. I do not believe there are many
Pathologists with experience of Coronial postmortem examinations who would
not agree that the Staphylococcus aureus is a not uncommon contaminant
especially if there is a delay of a day or two between the time of death
and the autopsy.

I am sure the GMC would be very grateful to Dr Scheibner to produce
the reference to Staphylococcus aureus as it would make their task easier.
And with luck they may invite me to take the stand for holding the same
view as Dr Williams on this particular subject!

Michael Innis.

Competing interests:
A one time Coronial inquiry Pathologist

Competing interests: No competing interests

18 February 2005
Michael D Innis
Director Medisets International
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