Children’s Health Defense is preparing a legal challenge against Rutgers University’s COVID-only vaccine order for campus awareness in the fall of 2021, and is seeking Rutgers students who are opposed to the mandate to become potential complainants. .
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Protecting the Health of Children (CHD) prepares to file a lawsuit challenging Rutgers University-only student COVID-19 vaccine mandate for campus awareness in the fall of 2021, and sought out Rutgers students opposed to the mandate to be potential claimants.
As in The Defender reports in March, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman of CHD and chief legal counsel, sent a writing of Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway informing him of his intention to mandate Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) products violated federal law.
In his writing to Holloway, Kennedy wrote:
“Federal law 21 USC § 360bbb-3 (e) (1) (A) (ii) (III) the person being given an EUA vaccine should be advised, ‘on the option to accept or refuse administration of the product, of the consequences, if any, of refusing to administer the product, and of the product alternatives available and their benefits and risks. ‘”
The reason for the right of refusal stems from the fact that EUA products by definition experiment. “Under Nuremberg Code, no one is forced to participate in a medical experiment. Individual consent is ‘absolutely necessary,’ ”Kennedy wrote.
CHD is looking for Rutgers students in any school or division who have enrolled or are admitted to attend Rutgers in the fall of 2021, and who are interested in becoming a complainant, to fill out and submit the form below and have from CHD to contact you: