AUSTRALIA: Class action VAX HARM lawsuit brought against TGA for negligence, breach of statutory duty and misfeasance in public office

The class action, organised and crowd-funded by Queensland GP Dr Melissa McCann, takes aim at the Commonwealth government and the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) — along with a number of senior public servants — alleging negligence, breach of statutory duty and misfeasance in public office.

The suit alleges that the respondents approved the vaccines “with no proper or reasonable evidentiary or logical basis to reasonably determine the vaccines to be safe, effective and possessing a positive risk-benefit profile”.

“The action will argue that the Therapeutic Goods Administration did not fulfil their duty to properly regulate the Covid-19 vaccines, resulting in considerable harm and damage to Australians,” Natalie Strijland from NR Barbi Solicitor said in a statement.

Ms Strijland said the action “arises upon the basis that the government did not truly establish that the vaccines were indeed safe or effective for use by the Australian public, and the claim now proceeds upon the basis that the government in fact acted negligently in approving the vaccines and also by failing to withdraw them after approval based upon the known evidence”.

“Australians who have experienced a serious adverse event following Covid-19 vaccination are invited to step forward and register for this class action,” she said.


In USA, suits like this will be dismissed or defeated based on the fact that the DOD oversaw the entire covid response and is ultimately responsible for all of it. And their excuse will be ‘national security’. The vaxxes are classed as ‘countermeasures’ and ‘prototypes’ in an undefined war, hence DOD purview. Let’s see what happens in Australia. ABN

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