“Child abuse is a terrible crime and the failure to recognize it is unforgivable. An erroneous diagnosis of inflicted head trauma is just as tragic and the resulting destruction of a family is one of the gravest injustices of modern times. Many have recently questioned the existence of the so-called “Shaken Baby Syndrome” and the concept that the last caretaker must have been guilty. Careful reviews often uncover relevant findings that were missed or ignored. Recent pediatric vaccinations have been suspected as precipitating factors.”
Had you heard of this connection before?
I hadn’t and was shocked to watch the below Vaccine Nation movie trailer. Obviously, and sadly, there are some who really do shake their babies to death, but as the quote states above, just as bad is someone wrongly accused of doing so! Be sure to read all the way to the bottom for how the featured story ended up, as all of this actually happened a few years ago…
Good news: It says on the website for Alan Yurko, the guy who was wrongly accused, that he was released in 2005.
- Healthcare workers: how to refuse mandatory vaccines and not get fired.
- Links to all Kitchen Kop vaccine posts, including our own vaccine dilemmas and what we decided.
- When you can’t catch chicken pox
- Flu propaganda for children
- Check out the comparison of “mandatory” vaccines in 1983 vs. 2010.