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Widow Takes AstraZeneca By The Scruff Of The Neck, Others To Follow Suit
Anish Tailor, husband of the late Alpa Tailor, files product liability claim against knighted Pascal Soriot's company.
In March 2021, a healthy 35-year-old mum, Alpa, began feeling unwell. Just over a week after her first Covid “vaccination”, she experienced severe headaches and later developed paralysis on the left side of her body. Roughly a month later, she was dead.
Her family said she took the vaccine to “protect her family”.
Later in September 2021, St Pancras Coroner’s Court heard that the “wonderful and loving” mum-of-two died from complications due to AstraZeneca’s vaccine. A coroner further specified vaccine-induced immune thrombocytopenia and thrombosis (VITT) as the cause.
Senior coroner Mary Hassell emphasised the unfortunate timing of Alpa's vaccination, at a point when the specific risks associated with the AstraZeneca vaccine for younger individuals were not widely known. AstraZeneca and its partners announced they had released nearly 2 billion doses of their vaccine worldwide 2 months later.
The UK was first to implement mass Covid “vaccination” with the AstraZeneca/Oxford COVID-19 vaccine by early 2021, with access to the product later being restricted to persons under 40s due to blood clot risks. Note that AstraZeneca failed to make it out of clinical trials in America due to safety concerns.
On August 4th 2023, Alpa’s widow, Anish Taylor, filed a product liability claim against AstraZeneca at London's High Court.
Product liability claims are a type of personal injury claim. If products are defective and cause injury a claim may succeed not only against the manufacturer but can also generally be made against a seller or even a distributor.
In short, if Anish’s lawsuit is successful, not only would AstraZeneca be in the firing line but so would the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), vaccine administrators and a variety of other enablers.
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AstraZeneca have so far declined to comment with a spokesperson simply releasing the following statement:
"Patient safety is our highest priority and regulatory authorities have clear and stringent standards to ensure the safe use of all medicines, including vaccines”.
This response, however, stands in direct opposition to what HART doctors and scientists recently outlined in their reanalysis of AstraZeneca’s Phase 1 and 2 trials back in 2020.
Amongst a slew of disturbing findings, they found that some of AstraZeneca’s adverse event follow-ups during the trial were incredibly short (up to 7 days) and the company even cancelled a safety review the same month their second serious adverse event was reported.
You can find a simplified breakdown of the reanalysis here:
Similarly, MHRA has been accused of hiding “crucial safety data”. As former Senior Civil Servant, Nick Hunt, reported in January this year, the regulator redacted Yellow Card information in response to his FOI request to “maintain patient confidentiality” when the information was anonymous anyway. Requested minutes from meetings in 2021 with the COVID-19 Vaccines Benefit Risk Expert Working Group were also not provided.
What may further infuriate Covid “vaccine” sceptics is the fact that at least 97% of the funding for the development of the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid “vaccine” was identified as coming from taxpayers or charitable trusts.
So, in principle, Britons funded the very same product that they were manipulated to take, then coerced, some of which to their fatal detriment, like Alpa.
Anish isn’t the only Briton suing AstraZeneca under these terms. Jamie Scott, who was diagnosed with vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia post-vaccination, has also filed a liability claim against the company for potential fatal blood clotting.
His lawyer Sarah Moore from Hausfeld said in a statement that Scott's life-altering injuries have deeply affected him and his loved ones. He is primarily seeking compensation so he can rebuild his life after being stripped of his ability to provide financial security for his family.
Both Scott and Anish’s claims are the first lawsuits of their kind in England and Wales related to adverse reactions from a Covid “vaccine”, according to publicly available court records.
Anish said to reporters at the time of Alpa’s death:
“The death of our beloved Alpa has left a huge void in our hearts and our lives, we will all truly miss her unconditional love. Alpa was a wonderful wife, loving mother, amazing daughter, sister and friend.
AstraZeneca CEO Soriot said the following regarding the worldwide rollout of his vaccine the same month Alpa took his product:
These first steps towards fulfilling our broad, equitable and no-profit emergency response to the pandemic mean millions of people, irrespective of their country’s income level, will soon be protected against this deadly virus. This is a moment of great pride for us at AstraZeneca and I am extremely grateful to our partners including Gavi, CEPI and Oxford University for their hard work and dedication in order to make this humanitarian ideal a reality for many millions of people around the world.”
Peter Todd of Scott-Moncrieff & Associates, who is representing Anish, told Reuters that he has nearly 50 other clients who will formally sue AstraZeneca in the coming months.
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