Vaccine failure in two charts and two graphs from four countries

Updated: Nov 17

Sent: January 26, 2022 11:57 AM To: Cc:; '' <>; '' <>; BRODIE FENLON <>; '' <>; '' <>;; '' <>; '' <>; '' <> Subject: Vaccine failure in two charts and two graphs from four countries

Dr. Henry,

Unfortunately I don’t have much time to discuss the article below, but wanted to point it out to you as I plan to use the underlying data as an exhibit to my impending lawsuit against the BC Government, and you personally, for baseless and unjustified discrimination based on medical status, as well as invasion of medical privacy and other civil tort claims. You’ll see that the data are clear: notwithstanding your allegations that vaccines are “safe”, “effective” and necessary to end the pandemic, the evidence does not support that stance. I’m assuming this is why the COVID-19 numbers you regularly disseminate are never broken down into number of deaths in the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated. Perhaps one of the news organizations I have cc’d wants to investigate that (just kidding, I know you’d rather walk over hot coals – or pretend you think Justin Trudeau is an ethical and respected world leader).

I note that, as the rest of the world acknowledges that COVID-19 is endemic, and that flu season is almost over, you have doubled down to unlawfully discriminate against at least 15% of British Columbians for another five months specifically to manipulate them to become vaccinated and/or receive their third dose in violation of the Nuremberg Code and their rights to informed consent. I also note that you have publicly acknowledged several times that you are not the person who is directing BC’s pandemic policy, which of course exposes you to personal culpability in breaching your fiduciary duty to the citizens of British Columbia.

I’ve also cc’d Mssrs. Kenney and Moe, as this data should be helpful to them in their fight to bring some semblance of common sense and sanity back to Canada. Of course, like yourself, Mssrs. Kenney and Moe already have access to similar provincial data.

I look forward to serving you with my demand letter in due course.

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