Parents and Carers worldwide are being falsely accused of harming and killing children shortly after vaccination. An alarming number of adverse reactions to vaccinations are automatically assumed by medical and law enforcement professionals to occur because caregivers have shaken their babies so hard that they have caused them to suffer from ‘Shaken Baby Syndrome’, defined by a triad of serious brain injuries:
- Retinal haemorrhages (bleeding into the linings of the eyes);
- Subdural haemorrhages (bleeding beneath the dural membrane which covers the brain);
- Encephalopathy (inflammation and swelling of the brain).
Strangely, the medical professionals dismiss adverse reactions to recently administered vaccinations, while parents and carers are automatically assumed to be guilty of horrendous abuse, including the murder of young children. However, if these children have been shaken so violently that it has caused them to suffer extensive brain injuries, then why is it that so many of these children suffer no external injuries as a result of their assault?
We need to ask ourselves, whether just shaking alone can cause these injuries, or are there alternative explanations as to why these injuries occur?
Another Family Comes Forward
A few months ago I wrote about the case of ‘Baby A,’ a five-month-old girl whose parents are on trial for her murder in South Africa after being falsely accused of SBS. Baby A died within two weeks of receiving 8 vaccinations in one day. 
Baby A’s case sent shock waves around the world as people began to question how this could happen to an innocent and loving family.
Thankfully, due to my intervention and a number of expert witnesses coming forward to offer their help, the case has been postponed until the New Year. The court has decided to permit the family to send the previously missing medical records (which have mysteriously turned up) to their defence experts.
Within weeks of baby A’s case widely publicized, another family came forward asking for help. Tragically, this baby’s father was already on trial for murder: two weeks ago he was jailed for life after a UK Court found him guilty of shaking Amy, his 13 month-old daughter, to death.
Who Or What Really Killed Amy?
Amy was a healthy, happy, mischievous toddler until she received her MMR vaccination in May 2012. Within days, Darryl, Amy’s father, noticed a lump on the back of his daughter’s head. The lump was obviously causing the little girl some discomfort so when Amy’s mother returned home from work they took her to the local hospital.
When asked how she was injured, Darryl was unable to account for the lump but thought that the family’s puppy may have knocked Amy over. Later it appeared that the injury might have occurred when she had banged her head on a coffee table whilst being changed at her grandma’s house.
‘Blame the Parent’ Theory
Whilst in hospital, the doctor noticed that Amy had a small bruise on the back of her calf and contacted social services because he believed that the bruise was a human bite mark. Social services decided to place the couple’s two children in the care of their grandparents pending further investigation.
After a full investigation, the allegation that she had been bitten was unproven and social services returned both of the children.
Two months later however, things took a turn for the worse. After being ‘off colour’ all day, Amy was sick and Darryl decided to bath her. As he lifted her out of the bath, she slipped and banged her head, swallowing some water before bringing it backup. Darryl dried her, comforting her as he did so. He told me that he checked her over and noticed no signs of head trauma. In an email to me he wrote,
“Around 20 minutes later I left her on a sofa (40cm) left the room briefly to fetch her a drink and returned to find her on the floor facing the ceiling. I picked her up and she curled into a c shape position. I turned her round to face me, tipped her head forward where I saw her eyes rolling to the back of her head and she looked like she gasping for air. I panicked and shook her about 6 times then called 999.”
Sadly, Amy never recovered and died in hospital. Darryl was immediately arrested and charged with her murder.
Amy had no external injuries when she died and was diagnosed as suffering from a severe head trauma and pneumonia. Darryl was subsequently accused of shaking Amy so hard that he had caused her brain to swell and bleed.
According to his family, SBS was not mentioned until after Darryl was arrested.
Darryl Is Sentenced to Life in Prison!
After a trial lasting over two weeks, Darryl was given a life sentence for his daughter’s murder. Darryl’s mother told me that for some unexplained reason his lawyer had prevented any expert witnesses from giving evidence in support of Darryl, including Dr. Marta Cohen, an expert in SBS cases.
This is totally bizarre, as Dr. Cohen is famous for being outspoken in her testimonies and believes that the triad of injuries can also be caused by a traumatic birth, short falls and breathing difficulties.  So why did Darryl’s own lawyer prevent her evidence from being heard?
According to Darryl’s mother the lawyer had told her son that Dr. Cohen’s evidence was outdated!
Darryl’s mother explained, that the lawyer also refused to allow any of the papers that I had offered as possible alternative evidence, to be heard in court, stating that ‘all of the doctors had been discredited’.
This is totally untrue. I offered the defence team powerful scientific papers, which included evidence from:
Dr. John Lloyd, PhD, MErgS,CPE,CBIS an expert in biomechanics who has fully debunked the SBS theory and provided compelling evidence proving that SBS does not exist,
John Plunkett, MD, Forensic Pathologist, showing that shortfall injuries in young children can be fatal,
Viera Scheibner, PhD, showing that vaccination is associated with increased infant death from adverse reactions identical to supposed SBS,
Harold Buttram, MD, FAACP who documented the brain and retinal damage caused to babies and toddlers by vaccines
Michael Innis, MD, MBBS, DTM&H, FRCPA, FRCP, whose data demonstrates how vaccinations can cause brain injuries similar to the triad of brain injuries attributed to SBS.
Why would a defence lawyer not include any evidence that would support his client? Why would he state that these doctors had been discredited when there is absolutely no evidence to support this?
If this were not bad enough, Darryl was also prevented from taking the stand in his own defence. His lawyer had advised Darryl not to give evidence, saying that if he didn’t give evidence he was more likely to be found guilty of manslaughter than if he took the stand because, ‘cases are not won on the stand but they can be lost there.’
In fact, his ‘so called’ defence team were so keen on locking Darryl up, a week before the trial was due to begin, they offered him a plea bargain! His lawyer told him that if he pleaded guilty to manslaughter, he would get 6/8 yrs and could be free in as little as 3 years if he kept his head down. Darryl told his lawyer that he would never plead guilty to something he hadn’t done.
Darryl’s mother also told me:
“I don’t know why they blocked everything we told them but I do know that it has cost my son his freedom. I also wasn’t allowed in court until it was time to give evidence and by then all the medical evidence was over.”
This is all extremely suspicious. I cannot help but question the lawyer’s true motives.
What Really Led to Amy’s Death?
So the question remains, did Darryl shake Amy so hard that he caused her to suffer from fatal brain injuries or was something else responsible for her death?
First, let’s examine whether or not she could have died from the either of the two short falls that she had experienced.
Short Fall Injuries Can Be Fatal
Despite expert evidence demonstrating that shortfall injuries can be fatal to babies and toddlers, experts were not brought in to support this fact. According to Darryl’s mother, the prosecution stated that falling off the sofa could not have caused any damage.
This is simply not true.
In 2001, Dr. John Plunkett, M.D., wrote a paper published by the American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, entitled ‘Fatal Pediatric Head Injuries Caused by Short Distance Falls’  discussing whether or not it is possible for a short distance fall to kill a child and if so, whether the child could have a period of lucidness before dying.
In his paper Dr. Plunkett discusses eighteen cases of children dying after shortfall injuries. The children were of varying ages between 12 months and 13 years and fell distances ranging from 22 inches or 0.6 metres to 2ft 10 inches or 3 metres. All of the children fell onto a variety of surfaces including grass and carpet and they all died as a result of their falls. Plunkett concluded that:
“1. Every fall is a complex event. There must be a biomechanical analysis for any incident in which the severity of the injury appears to be inconsistent with the history. The question is not “Can an infant or child be seriously injured or killed from a short-distance fall?” but rather “If a child falls (x) meters and strikes his or her head on a non-yielding surface, what will happen?”
2. Retinal hemorrhage may occur whenever intracranial pressure exceeds venous pressure or whenever there is venous obstruction. The characteristic of the bleeding cannot be used to determine the ultimate cause.
3. Axonal damage is unlikely to be the mechanism for lethal injury in a low-velocity impact such as from a fall.
4. Cerebrovascular thrombosis or dissection must be considered in any injury with apparent delayed deterioration, and especially in one with a cerebral infarct or an unusual distribution for cerebral edema.
5. A fall from less than 3 meters (10 feet) in an infant or child may cause fatal head injury and may not cause immediate symptoms. The injury may be associated with bilateral retinal hemorrhage, and an associated subdural hematoma may extend into the interhemispheric fissure. A history by the caretaker that the child may have fallen cannot be dismissed.”
So it is possible that Amy’s fall in the bathtub or her fall off the sofa could have caused her death. Remember this was dismissed as impossible by the prosecution during Darryl’s trial.
Were Vaccines Responsible For Amy’s Death?
According to reports, Amy received an MMR vaccine just days before a lump appeared out of nowhere on her head and a small bruise appeared on her calf. Could the MMR have been responsible for her injuries and her subsequent death?
My investigations show that that this is entirely possible.
Vaccinations are well known to be associated with encephalitis, defined as brain swelling.
In Dr. Viera Scheibner’s paper, ‘Shaken Baby Syndrome – The Vaccination Link,’ she wrote:
“Some time ago I started getting requests from lawyers or the accused parents themselves for expert reports. A close study of the history of these cases revealed something distinctly sinister: in every single case, the symptoms appeared shortly after the baby’s vaccinations.
While investigating the personal medical history of these babies based on the care-givers’ diaries and medical records, I quickly established that these babies were given one or more of the series of so-called routine shots-hepatitis B, DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus), polio and HiB (Haemophilus influenza type B) – shortly before they developed symptoms of illness resulting in serious brain damage or death.”
Dr. Scheibner has been studying the link between vaccination and ‘so called’ Shaken Baby Syndrome for many years. She believes that parents worldwide are being falsely accused of shaking their children following post vaccination vaccine injuries. She cites numerous studies linking vaccinations to brain injuries in her paper and says:
“Bruising and easy bleeding is one of the characteristic signs of the blood clotting disorder, thrombo-cytopenia-a recognized side-effect of many vaccines. Its first signs are easy bruising and bleeding and petechial (spot-like) rash. Thrombo-cytopenia may result in brain and other hemorrhages (Woerner et al., 198112).
Bulging fontanelle due to brain swelling was described by Jacob and Mannino (1979)11 as a direct reaction to the DPT vaccine. They described a case of a seven-month-old baby who, nine hours after the third DPT vaccination, developed a bulging anterior fontanelle and became febrile and irritable.
The convulsions which follow one in 1,750 doses of the DPT vaccines (Cody et al., 198113) can result in unexplained falls in bigger children who can sit up or stand, which may cause linear cracks of the skull and other fractures. When one considers that babies are supposed to get a minimum of three doses of DPT and OPV (oral polio vaccine), then the risk of developing a convulsion is one in 580, and with five doses the risk rises to one in 350.
This means that a great number of babies develop convulsions after vaccination between the ages of two to six months, at about 18 months, and at five to six years. The convulsions often occur when the parent or another carer is not looking, and the child, while standing or sitting on the floor, simply falls backwards or onto its arm.” 
Knowing this, we must ask whether it is possible that Amy was not murdered by her father as suggested by over-zealous and under-informed medical staff but instead suffered a lethal adverse reaction to the MMR vaccination? After all, brain injuries including encephalitis and convulsions have been linked to the MMR vaccine for many years.
The CDC Admit The MMR Can Cause Seizures
The US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website states:
“MMR Adverse Reactions
- Seizure (jerking or staring) caused by fever (about 1 out of 3,000 doses)
- Temporary pain and stiffness in the joints, mostly in teenage or adult women (up to 1 out of 4)
- Temporary low platelet count, which can cause a bleeding disorder (about 1 out of 30,000 doses)
Severe Problems (Very Rare)
Serious allergic reaction (less than 1 out of a million doses)
Several other severe problems have been reported after a child gets MMR vaccine, including:
- Long-term seizures, coma, or lowered consciousness
- Permanent brain damage”
Is it possible that Amy’s bleeds to the brain were caused by a temporary low platelet count, causing her to bleed internally?
This was listed as one of the ‘moderate problems’ caused by the MMR vaccination.
Was it possible that the seizure Amy suffered when she fell off the sofa was caused by an adverse reaction to the vaccine and it was in fact the seizure that had caused her to fall?
As expected, the CDC used a ‘get out of jail free card’ at the end of the adverse reactions section, stating:
“These are so rare that it is hard to tell whether they are caused by the vaccine.” 
It would be equally difficult to say that the vaccine did not cause these adverse reactions, especially when you consider that an expert from the Chinese CDC, Dr. Wang Yu, openly admitted just a few weeks ago that ‘vaccines could cause severe adverse reactions, including swollen organs and epilepsy’.
According to the Global Times, Wang told reporters that unwanted reactions to vaccinations can vary, stating that some develop epilepsy whilst others suffer irreversible damage to their bodies. Dr. Wang warned that it could take several days to several months for a patient to present symptoms of an adverse reaction and says that this makes it even more difficult to identify sequelae. 
Another important issue overlooked by the Court was the fact that Amy was suffering from pneumonia when she died. This could have been attributed to the either the bath water or the MMR vaccine, however, neither of these possibilities was discussed.
The Merck MMR vaccine inserts lists pneumonia as number one on their list of post-marketing reactions. 
If you are still unconvinced that the MMR vaccine could have played a part in Amy’s death then consider this paper by Dr. Harold Buttram; The abstract to this paper titled ‘Vaccine Overview, Part II: Inadequate safeguards, complications from the MMR vaccine, brain hemorrhages attributed to Shaken Baby Syndrome, and are vaccines contributing to genetic change?’ states:
“This paper address the four key vaccine-related topics that follow: (1) Grave and growing concerns about our current health bureaucracies and their failures to provide adequate safe-guards in today’s mandatory childhood vaccine programs, which may have contributed to the current epidemics of childhood autism, allergies, and related disorders; (2) known and suspected complications from the powerfully immunosuppressant MMR vaccine, and brain inflammation from vaccine adjuvants; (3) many cases of brain hemorrhages now being attributed to the Shaken Baby Syndrome are more likely due to unrecognized vaccine reactions; and (4) the ultimate question: Are vaccines sowing the seeds of genetic change?” (Emphasis added-C. England) 
Buttram presents nine pages of facts and figures, including a fascinating study by Hymel that lists 74 possible causes of infant brain hemorrhages, which include prematurity, low birth rate, nutritional deficiencies (especially vitamin C), short distance falls and birth trauma. Buttram continues:
“However, there has been steady accumulation of evidence that many infant brain and/or retinal hemorrhages are from adverse vaccine reactions, in which brain inflammation and swelling, along with vascular inflammation and fragility have been the causes of the brain hemorrhages.”
This is very true and could explain why Amy suffered the brain injuries that led to her death. This also supports the evidence supplied by the CDC in their vaccine insert and explains why some infants suffer a temporary low platelet count after they receive the MMR vaccination.
It is clear that there are several plausible explanations, which could reasonably account for Amy’s death. Without the above crucial evidence being presented or any expert witnesses being allowed to give their evidence, Darryl clearly did not stand a chance.
The only evidence that was offered in this case was circumstantial, supplied by a biased and/or poorly informed medical team, who were out to cover up their own inadequacies. If this were not bad enough, it appears that Darryl’s lawyer was either totally incompetent or totally corrupt. Either way he certainly did not support his client by providing the available credible evidence that had been supplied.
The only way that this prosecution team could know for sure that Darryl shook his baby daughter to death would have been video evidence or a credible eyewitness account. Since there was no video evidence and no eyewitness account, the prosecution’s account and ‘evidence’ should be counted as nothing more than conjecture and hearsay.
Darryl’s legal team not only prevented Darryl from giving his side of the story but also prevented crucial expert evidence from being heard. Darryl should be granted an immediate appeal due to insufficient evidence and he should be allowed a team of experts to offer evidence in his defence.
Until Darryl is given a fair trial he is being falsely imprisoned.
Note: The mothers name was omitted and the name of the child was changed in this case to protect the family.
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