RFK Jr. calls for extradition of Poul Thorsen to face criminal scientific misconduct charges

    

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (RFK Jr.) and his team at World Mercury Project have drafted up a new report that reveals the criminal conduct of CDC consultant and vaccine cultist Poul Thorsen. With an overwhelming body of evidence, RFK Jr is calling for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to take action and extradite Poul Thorsen so he can face up to his numerous crimes. In a statement, RFK Jr declared, “World Mercury Project calls upon Attorney General Jeff Sessions to extradite Thorsen back to the U.S. to face prosecution. We also call upon Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Tom Price to retract the Thorsen-affiliated autism research papers that are the fruit of illegally conducted research.”

What has World Mercury Project (WMP) uncovered? In addition to evidence of criminal activity, new findings by WMP show that Thorsen and his team never obtained permission from the Institutional Review Board (IRB) to do their studies, published in 2002 by the New England Journal of Medicine and in 2003 by the journal Pediatrics. As WMP explains, this alone detracts from the validity of their research, but to make matters worse, records indicate that the CDC was complicit in covering up this little “mistake.” According to the WMP report, CDC staff realized that no IRB approval had ever been granted for Thorsen’s research, but the error was simply ignored and the studies were never retracted. Freedom of Information Act documents show that supervisors at the CDC looked the other way and actively tried to conceal what transpired.

As if all that wasn’t bad enough, the story of Poul Thorsen only continues to get even darker. Back in 2011, the U.S. Department of Justice indicted Thorsen on 22 counts of wire fraud and money laundering after he stole over a million dollars in CDC grant money that was supposed to be designated for autism research. WMP explains, “The product of Thorsen’s work for CDC was a series of fraud-tainted articles on Danish autism rates that, today, form the backbone of the popular orthodoxy that vaccines don’t cause autism.”

Natural News founder and leader of CWC Labs Mike Adams has been on Poul Thorsen’s case since 2011; at that time, Adams reported that the DOJ indictment showed Thorsen had submitted over a dozen fraudulent invoices to request “reimbursement” for expenses that didn’t exist. These invoices were given to Aarhus University, where Thorsen was a faculty member. According to Adams, DOJ documents show that hundreds of thousands of dollars from the university were supposed to be transferred to CDC bank accounts. But they weren’t; instead the funds were transferred to a personal bank account belonging to…Poul Thorsen. The documents reportedly show that Thorsen then used the money to “live it up,” if you will; he bought a house, cars, a motorcycle and got multiple cashier’s checks with the wrongfully obtained money. Thorsen should be in prison for the rest of his life; even though the DOJ said in 2011 they had begun extradition proceedings, for some reason he is still a free man. How deep does government corruption actually run?

And as WMP notes, Thorsen’s faulty studies continue to be used to deny any sort of correlation between autism and vaccination to this day. His research was also used in the NVICP’s “Omnibus Proceeding,” which saw 5000 petitions by families who claimed that their children had developed autism from vaccines end up getting dismissed. WMP estimates that if these cases had been settled in the families’ favor, all the payouts would have amounted to approximately $10 billion – certainly, nothing to sneeze at.

The Health Ranger reported on this six years ago – and things haven’t changed much since that time. Will RFK Jr’s call to action help get the ball rolling, or will the DOJ continue to sit on their hands while this criminal roams free?

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Innocent Man Set Up by Police, Forced To Stay In Prison—Despite Having Charges DROPPED

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A man in Tennessee faces another decade in prison, despite the fact that a judge and prosecutor have dismissed the criminal charges against him—and this is not an unusual occurrence, despite a new state law aiming to prevent it.

John Leon Smith, a 51-year-old Nashville resident, was arrested in 2015 on two felony charges, alleging that he was illegally in possession of marijuana and firearms. However, a report from The Tennessean noted that Smith’s arrest was based on questionable circumstances.

Smith was the one who answered the door when undercover police arrived to deliver nearly 8 pounds of marijuana to the home he was living in. His presence turned him into the prime suspect, and when police searched the home he shared with two other people, they found firearms that they claimed were illegally in Smith’s possession.

According to a timeline of events, less than three weeks after Smith was arrested, the judge dismissed the illegal firearms charges after the owner of the home Smith was living in testified that Smith was not aware the guns were present.

Then in March 2016, prosecutors dismissed the charge against Smith alleging that he was in possession of marijuana. At the time Smith was arrested, another resident arrived and tried to leave with the package delivered by undercover police. That resident pleaded guilty, according to court records, which left Smith in the clear.

However, despite the fact that Smith is no longer facing criminal charges, he could remain in prison until 2026, and there is one thing standing between him and freedom: The Tennessee Parole Board.

Smith first encountered the prison system in 1992. According to The Tennessean, he was charged with armed robbery after he entered a Nashville restaurant, threatened to kill employees, and then began shooting—even firing shots at police officers as he fled the scene.

As a result, Smith faced a 40-year prison sentence. After serving half of it, he was released on parole in October 2013. The new charges he faced in 2015 weren’t just a violation of the law, they were also a violation of his parole, and even though he has been proven innocent, the Tennessee Parole Board is not satisfied.

As the timeline noted, Smith’s case was subject to a parole revocation hearing in April 2016. At the time, he argued that his charges had been dismissed. However, two members of the board insisted that despite the decision from the court, Smith was still living in a house where firearms and an illegal substance were present, and he still violated the rules set by the parole board.

The board has the power to “revoke a person’s parole based on those violations—no matter what happens in court,” according to the report, which noted that the Board of Parole claimed Smith’s “underlying conduct” served as evidence that he was found to have a “preponderance of the evidence.”

The Board is even going as far as to claim that Smith’s case is not eligible for a new law in the state of Tennessee that is aimed at cases like his, in which inmates whose parole had been revoked based only on new criminal charges that were dismissed, remain in prison. The purpose of the law is to grant appeals hearings to those inmates.

The law stemmed from the case of Robert Polk, a Nashville resident who remained in prison for nearly two years after charges against him were dismissed and his wife—who claimed Polk threatened her with a firearm—was convicted of perjury for the claims that sent her husband back to prison.

In the case of John Smith, a spokesperson for the Board of Parole claimed that the law does not apply to him, because it only “applies to cases decided after its effective date.” As a result, Smith could remain in prison until 2026.

As The Tennessean noted, the Board of Parole is made up of seven members who receive an annual salary of around $102,000, and they have the “ultimate authority to decide who goes back to prison and who gets out.” In fact, the votes of only two members are needed, in order to keep an individual in prison—and that is exactly what has happened to Smith.

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UEFA charges Celtic after fan runs onto pitch & aims kick at PSG striker

Late in the first half of the match, which PSG won 5-0, the fan ran onto the Celtic Park pitch and aimed a kick at 18-year-old striker Mbappe, ultimately missing his intended target.

Mbappe, who joined on loan from Ligue 1 rivals Monaco this summer and grabbed the second goal of the game, seemed unfazed by the attempted strike.

Police Scotland said a 21-year-old man was charged with pitch incursion and assault, and was taken into custody. His was one of a total seven arrests were made at the match on Tuesday.

UEFA also charged PSG after traveling fans damaged seats in the away section of the ground and the cases will be dealt with by UEFA’s control, ethics and disciplinary body on 19 October.

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers expressed his approval of his team’s fans booing the pitch invader.

“I think their reaction said it all. It was disappointing at any ground, at any club, a supporter getting on the pitch like that,” he said, BBC Sport reported.

“It was bitterly disappointing and I am sure the club will deal with whoever that supporter was. It shouldn’t be anything that we should see. I think the stewards dealt with it at the time and I am sure the club will deal with it.”

In January, UEFA fined the Scottish club £8,619 ($10,700) for the fans’ display which called for support of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, during a Champions League match versus Hapoel Be’er Sheva.

More recently, UEFA charged Legia Warsaw after its fans produced a banner of a Nazi holding a gun to a child’s head at a Champions League qualifier on Wednesday to commemorate the Warsaw Uprising.

Tuesday’s match was part of the first round of UEFA Champions League group matches, which also saw Russian side CSKA Moscow overcome Portuguese side Benfica 1-2 in Lisbon.

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Florida citizens who abandoned their pets could face FELONY charges

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Many Florida residents were unprepared when catastrophic hurricane Irma appeared over the Atlantic. Extensive media coverage and government warnings had many people taking action early, but long term preparedness plans were apparently not in place for families and pets alike. Store shelves were emptied in many places and gas stations ran out of fuel. Pets were abandoned in alarming numbers, tied up to trees, and left pinned up in flood risk areas. Many pet owners gave up ownership and turned their cats and dogs in to nearby shelters.

The influx of abandoned pets has spurred south Florida authorities to instate felony charges for owners who left their pets behind. Emergency preparedness plans must take into consideration all living creatures under one’s care. Just days before Hurricane Irma made landfall, Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control had rescued roughly 40 dogs that were abandoned as residents sought shelter. Director Dianne Sauve said “there is absolutely no excuse” for abandoning a pet, even in the days leading up to a hurricane. Many of the recovered animals were found tied up to trees and locked up in pens, unable to escape. This poses dangers to the pet and the public, says the Florida Department of Health. With floods imminent, chained animals become tortured animals.

Authorities in Florida have pledged to crack down on pet abandonment. If they can identify owners, they could be charged with felony animal cruelty charges. This announcement will likely cause further problems. Many pet owners won’t search for or claim their animals if they know that they are going to be charged with a felony. Animals that were recovered by authorities may be left in the custody of the shelters, forever detached from their original owners.

Authorities say that the number of abandonments was higher during this storm than previous storms. Disappointed shelter director Dianne Sauve says the goal of the shelters is to keep families and pets together. She iterated that there are two pet-friendly shelters in Palm Beach County that many people were unaware of. The shelter took in another 40 cats and dogs that were willingly turned in and left there by their owners. The owners won’t get the pets back. In Palm Beach County, when an owner willingly gives up their pet, they lose ownership for good. It will also be more difficult for the owner to adopt again in the future.

After the hurricane passes, pet owners are warned not to let their animals roam. Confused pets are more prone to bite and attack humans, especially during times when they are more likely to be provoked. Debris also poses a danger to animals. Animal shelters see an uptick in wounded animals immediately following a storm and may not be able to respond to all cases at once. Displaced wildlife, such as alligators, quickly become a threat to pets, too.

While felony charges are a bit extreme in situations like this, there is an apparent need for better preparedness plans for families and pets alike. This starts with communities becoming more aware of the impact of regional threats and understanding what is most important to sustain life during a crisis situation. Stay informed at Preparedness.News.

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Man Facing Potential Assault Charges for Fighting Off Two Home Invaders

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A 26-year-old victim of a home invasion is now facing the prospect of an assault charge after he successfully defended his home against two burglars who had broken in.

After arresting the two robbers, police then set their sites on the home owner because he hit one of them in the head with a shovel.

According to the police, they were called by the home owner around 5:20 am Sunday morning when he heard a noise in his garage and went to check it out. After hanging up with 9-1-1, the man picked up a shovel to defend himself against the home invaders.

When he confronted the burglars, he hit one of them in the head with the shovel and they both ran off.

Both of the suspected 19-year-old burglars were later arrested. According to police, after they received the 9-1-1 call for the home invasion and were interviewing the burglary victim, the suspected burglar then called to report his injury.

As Global News reports, upon arrival they found two men, both 19 years old, who fit the description of the suspects wanted in connection with the home invasion.

The teen with head injuries was rushed in serious condition to hospital, where he was placed under arrest.

The other teen was arrested on site.

After arresting both of the teens, police launched a second investigation into the home owner. For fending off the two burglars, the 26-year-old could be charged with assault with a weapon.

Police spokesperson Caroline Chevrefils told CJAD News that “You cannot assault somebody if they are not hitting you.”

The very idea of charging someone for defending himself against two people who broke into his home is utterly asinine. According to the police logic, this man would’ve had to allow the burglars to attack him first, before defending himself. Ominously enough, that is the law in Canada.

While it is certainly not okay to initiate force against others who are not threatening you, the very act of entering a home without the permission of the owner is a de facto threat and appropriate force is justified.

The man didn’t kill the teens, he merely swung a shovel at them to get them out of his home. Under Canadian law, the government grants property owners, what they refer to as “reasonable” right to self-defense.

While this incident takes place in Canada, the idea of police going after the victim of a burglary for fending off criminals is chilling.

In Canada, using deadly force to defend yourself can and does often result in the person being arrested and charged with a crime.

Just last month, a man in Halifax, Nova Scotia, was issued numerous charges—including attempted murder—after wrestling a gun away from a home invasion suspect and shooting him with it.

As is the case most of the time, Crown prosecutors don’t like Canadians doing what is required to stay alive, so victims who successfully fend off their attackers all too often find themselves on trial facing serious charges.

Is it not reasonable to assume two men who broke into your garage are a threat, and therefore resort to force?

In Canada, however, the government wants to be the only ones who can use force. As TFTP has previously reported,  Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) killed a man outside of a restaurant in 2015 who was wearing a Guy Fawkes mask.

Why weren’t these officers charged?

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