Vaccines, Vaccine Court & Autism, A Special Report by Ben Swann

Ben Swann Truth in Media takes a look at Vaccine Court established by Congress in 1985 and what that court has meant for families of vaccine injured children. Plus, has HHS secretly awarded families of autistic children damages while publicly stating there is no connection between autism and vaccines.

1986 Vaccine Injury Act

If you’re a parent and you believe that you or your child has been injured as a result of taking a vaccine, you cannot sue the vaccine maker. Congress in this 1986 piece of legislation prohibits you from bringing suit against the vaccine maker. Rather you must seek relief through the vaccine court. This same law also permits the vaccine makers the right not to disclose the known risks of their vaccine.

The Vaccine Court

To keep prices affordable and supply stable Congress created the vaccine court. The Vaccine  Court  is a Federal Claims court where you can go to seek remedy if injury has occurred as a result of a vaccine. However you’re bringing your petition not against the vaccine maker but against Health and Human Services – HHS.

Vaccines Are Not Mandatory

There is no law requiring you to vaccinate yourself or your child and there are risks .Risks you should know about. So watch this report, do your research and then decide.

About Ben Swann (From Wikipedia)

Benjamin “Ben” Swann (born July 17, 1978) is an American journalist. He had worked in New Mexico, Texas and Ohio.[1] While at WXIX-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio, he produced a fact-checking series entitled Reality Check, which gave him national coverage for his reporting about controversial issues. Swann announced he was leaving WXIX-TV on May 31, 2013,[2] and on May 30, 2013, he said he would launch a crowdsource funded “Truth in Media Project” to continue production of his show through a Chicago production team.[3]