by Christina England
Health Impact News
Two years ago, I wrote about the case of a young girl in the U.K. who died after receiving an MMR vaccine which was believed to have caused her to suffer from an autoimmune disease. At the time, her care-giver Mr. Darryl Elliott had been sentenced to life in prison for her murder.
When I wrote the story I was unable to publish the child’s real name for legal reasons and had few details about the case. I am now able to write an update and have been given permission to use the little girl’s real name (as it has been named in other media sources like the BBC.)
Parents and care-givers worldwide are being falsely accused of harming and killing children due to a charge of “Shaken Baby Syndrome” (SBS), and often this is occurring shortly after receiving vaccinations. It has been admitted by medical professionals that adverse reactions to vaccines can occur in some children and these are listed in the package inserts produced by the vaccine manufacturers.
Unfortunately, an alarming number of medical and law enforcement professionals are quick to accuse care-givers of shaking their infants so hard that they have caused them to suffer from (SBS), defined by a triad of serious brain injuries that can also be attributed to vaccine adverse reactions.
Medical professionals are quick to dismiss adverse reactions to recently administered vaccinations, or never consider them to begin with, while parents and care-givers 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 have so many suffered no external injuries as a result of their assault?
We need to ask ourselves whether just shaking alone can cause these injuries or if there are alternative explanations as to why these injuries occur.