A new lawsuit launched in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts is one of the first in the United States that argues that ‘fraud’ was perpetrated on the American people during the Covid pandemic.
The lawsuit is brought by John Paul Beaudoin against Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, the public health examiner, the chief medical examiner, and additional medical examiners. It brings forth evidence that over 50 cases of deaths the state coded as Covid-19 deaths were in many cases strongly linked to recent Covid-19 vaccination.
“This Complaint is a request for injunctive relief where the source of fraudulent misrepresentation, purposely conducted, continues to harm both Plaintiff and the public,” the plaintiff argues. “As a matter of equity, third party liability should be considered. In fairness and equity, the harm must cease forthwith; and the Court has the discretion to do so pre, pending, and post-investigation of the fraud claims herein.”
“Relying on false information obtained through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”), sourced, in part, from Massachusetts Department of Public Health (“MA DPH”), Massachusetts School of Law (“MSLaw’) instituted a COVID-19 vaccination mandate for all students and staff,” the lawsuit continues. “Plaintiff, a rising second-year law student, refused the vaccination because he has four pre-existing health
issues consistent with thousands of COVID-19 vaccine injuries reported to VAERS even as of April 2021. Moreover, the Plaintiff’s sincerely held religious beliefs prompted him to apply for a religious exemption offered by MSLaw. MSLaw never apprised the Plaintiff of the status of his application for a religious exemption. Rather, the only ‘statu’ that the School acted on was the Plaintiff’s student status, which the School unilaterally, capriciously, and arbitrarily changed to ‘unenrolled’.’
It is at this point that a sidebar must be allowed in order to point out, once again, that the Covid “vaccines” do not prevent transmission of the virus; therefore, vaccination is solely and indisputably a matter of personal health risk, and furthermore, is a matter that should solely be at a patient’s discretion with the consultation of his or her doctor.
“Although Plaintiff is pursuing a remedy at law against MSLaw for pecuniary damages, there is no remedy at law that can undo MSLaw’s injurious acts against Plaintiff especially in consideration of its reliance on CDC and FDA misinformation; nor is there a remedy at law, sans the relief sought in this Complaint, that will prevent another law school from exacting the same or similar vaccination requirements on Plaintiff,” the lawsuit adds. “Most, if not all, law schools require COVID-19
vaccination and do so based on the fraudulent misinformation issued by the CDC and FDA and sourced, in part, from MA DPH. Plaintiff is injured in being deprived of a legal education offered to all those who assume the risk of COVID-19 vaccination.”