Judge Denies Temporary Restraining Order In Lawsuit To Overturn US Compulsory Vaccination Laws [California] – Hearing Not Taken Place With Defendants Present

The problem is that damage done is not recognized by brain-dead doctors and certainly not Big Pharma. And the damage may not appear immediately after a vaccination, and the law only gives a person a two year window to file a lawsuit. If one is unaware of that, and unaware that their mysterious symptoms are directly related to vaccination…they are SOL. The problem with the laws are that they favor corporations. Lupron/Synarel is one such drug that is having devastating effects on women and Big Pharma has done everything to prevent information about the damage caused by it from ever seeing the light of day. A judge is known to have hidden, er I mean, kept the case files in his chambers until the time limit had run out. Big Pharma apparently has judges and others in their back pocket.

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As reported on CHS a lawsuit was filed in California on July 1 challenging the validity of California’s Senate Bill [SB] 277:  Massive Lawsuit Just Filed To Overturn US Compulsory Vaccination Laws [California]

SB 277 is in effect a law to introduce compulsory vaccination indirectly.

The lawsuit included an application for an immediate but temporary order without the Defendants and their Attorney’s being notified and present at a hearing and to restrain implementation of SB 277 until there is a hearing.

Under US law this can be done with evidence of immediate and irreparable injury, loss, or damage and of efforts to notify the Defendant and why the order should be granted without the Defendants being present and heard in Court.

San Diego Federal Judge Dana M. Sabraw has denied the application for the immediate restraining order without notice writing in her decision:

there are no allegations that…

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