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FDA ‘Turned a Blind Eye’ to ‘Submission of Fraudulent Data’ on COVID Vaccine, Says Former Criminal Investigator

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FDA ‘Turned a Blind Eye’ to ‘Submission of Fraudulent Data’ on COVID Vaccine, Says Former Criminal Investigator

2022-12-07

On Nov. 2, 2021, The BMJ broke the story of Brook Jackson, the regional director who blew the whistle on data integrity issues in Pfizer’s pivotal COVID-19 vaccine trial. Weeks later, documents were leaked supporting Jackson’s complaint about “falsified data.”

Among the leaked documents was an email, authored by a former federal agent in the FDA’s Office of Criminal Investigations (OCI), claiming Pfizer knowingly submitted fraudulent data to the FDA, and the agency responded by turning a blind eye.  

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The Leaked Email

The email, dated March 26, 2021, obtained by this reporter details the OCI officer’s observations about the FDA’s handling of Jackson’s complaint. 

“Having worked at FDA, I see it as surprising, for many reasons, that the agency turned a blind eye to a company’s knowing submission of fraudulent data,” wrote the OCI officer, whose identity is suppressed after signing a non-disclosure agreement.

The FDA “likely feared the criticism they undoubtedly would have received for holding up a vaccine (which they knew they would eventually approve anyway) at the expense of untold lives lost,” added the OCI officer, acknowledging the FDA’s dilemma in “weighing the risk/benefit ratio.” 

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WIND: rather bad optics. And a whistleblower claim is always suspect. And yeah, they did have to find a balance, but if they had gone for good data and trying treatments rather than locking down guaranteed ventilate-and-kill protocols, so many lives could have been saved.

But it all fits into the emerging problems with the Jab.

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