From Jon Rappoport’s blog:
On August 27, CDC scientist William Thompson came out of the shadows and revealed that he had participated in a major scientific fraud:
He and his co-authors had published a 2004 study claiming there was no MMR-vaccine connection to autism. They had omitted vital data which contradicted that finding.
The MMR vaccine was causing autism. Thompson knew it. So did his co-authors. They buried that chilling fact.
In Thompson’s confession, released through his Cincinnati attorney, Rick Morgan, Thompson asserted that he would work with Congress, but he wouldn’t speak to reporters.
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From Raine Saunders at Agriculture Society:
Photographed on Jan. 28, 2010, Andrew Wakefield speaks to the media after a hearing at the General Medical Council in London. The GMC ruled that Wakefield acted unethically in purporting to prove a link between MMR vaccinations and autism. Photo: LUKE MACGREGOR/REUTERS
“It has been stated over and over again in pro-vaccine communities that Dr. Wakefield and his colleagues claimed there to be a direct “connection” to the MMR and autism. But the truth is, never was there an outward statement by any of these doctors that MMR was the cause of autism. Continue reading