Next week will mark 23 years since top public health officials, government scientists and vaccine manufacturers met behind closed doors at the Simpsonwood Retreat and Conference Center in Norcross, Georgia, where they acknowledged a possible link between mercury-based thimerosal in vaccines and autism — but chose to conceal that information from the public.
The event will culminate in a plea to Congress to repeal the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, which makes it illegal for the parents of vaccine-injured children to sue vaccine manufacturers for “damages arising from a vaccine-related injury or death.”
Commenting on the significance of the 2000 Simpsonwood meeting, CHD Acting President Laura Bono said:
“The Simpsonwood documents and the meeting held in Norcross in June 2000 exposed starkly, in black and white, that our government health officials and vaccine company executives knew their vaccines were poisoning a subset of children yet they chose to do nothing about it.
“The autism and neurodevelopmental epidemics went from being unintentional to intentional. The subsequent coverup meant our children languished without the appropriate treatments for their injuries. And health policies went from creating ‘health’ for all to making ‘wealth’ for a few.”…