The man who was studying the effects of mercury on neurological was found floating in the river with a gunshot wound to the chest – the MSM news reports are saying it’s self-inflicted. If you’ve ever heard the term “Mad as a Hatter”, you’d understand why.
Telltale signs of mercury poisoning also included those often seen in hatters: emotional instability, cognitive and memory loss, shyness, speech problems, and ataxia.
–‘The Not-So-Mad Hatter: Occupational Hazards of Mercury‘, Kathryn J. Kitzmiller, Ph.D.; Chemical Abstract Services website
So, this guy is studying not only mercury exposure from immuniz- sorry, vaccinations – but also the environment itself. The Family suspects foul play, everyone else is hell-bent on making this guy sound like a quack.
In 2009, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Office of Special Masters found Bradstreet’s research claiming causation between autism and environmental mercury exposure, which were published in non-peer-reviewed journals, and his testimony about links between a young patient’s autism and his MMR vaccination, to be unconvincing and unsupported by evidence.
–‘Authorities: Anti-vaccine doctor dead in apparent suicide‘; June 27, 2015; CBS/AP
So, the inferred story is he… what? Was disgraced and took his own life? Well, not really… according to Special Master Vowell; in the first two pages of the ‘Snyder Family Petition’ Decision, he states:
Because of pervasive quality control problems at a now-defunct laboratory that tested a key piece of evidence, petitioners could not reliably demonstrate the presence of a persistent measles virus in Colten’s central nervous system…
So, the problem wasn’t his research, it was a problem with being able to prove something to the court on-time. So, was this just a waste of everyone’s time?
Given the advice that petitioners received from a treating physician, Colten’s parents brought this action in good faith and upon a reasonable basis. However, they have failed to demonstrate vaccine causation of Colten’s condition by a preponderance of the evidence. Therefore, I deny their petition for compensation.
I mean, I clicked the link to the Office of Special Masters and didn’t just read the highlighted part out of context… j/s.
Well, quality control problems aren’t the end of the world – after all, that was just ONE CASE in a whole Omnibus; if that’s the only one the media could glom onto – really, due to a technicality – there must be something else going on.
The Gwinnett Daily Post reports that agents from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, aided by the Georgia Drugs and Narcotics Agency, raided the Bradstreet Wellness Center last week. The FDA did not reveal to the paper why agents had searched Bradstreet’s office.
Wait… WHAT?! They declined to comment to the press why they violated a man’s constitutional rights?
…why am I not surprised?