Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Dishonorable Stuart R Berger, Moron or Bought?

Hey Judge Berger, you ain't foolin' anyone. Refusing to hear testimony doesn't smell too good. I think you were bought. Of course, I could be wrong and you could be simply stupid. That's just my opinion.

Let's look at the facts, Judge. Your decision states that "it is generally accepted in the relevant scientific community that autism is genetic in origin except in rare instances of prenatal exposures to certain substances at defined periods during pregnancy." This is false Judge.

The truth is, Judge, that it is generally accepted in the scientific community that you favored in this case that there is no known cause or cure for autism. Nobody claims it is largely genetic because that genetic evidence has never been found.

I'm judging you, Berger. You see, I am an expert on autism. I became an expert on autism because my son normal son was poisoned by thimerosal and became autistic. Every criteria you used to throw out expert witnesses is pure garbage.

There is no school that trains or educates anyone in the subject of autism causation. That's because schools only teach that there is no known cause or cure for autism. Ergo, no person could possibly meet your criteria. I'd love to know who told you that it is generally accepted that autism is genetic. Did a Wyeth representative hand you a note that said that inside a briefcase stuffed with cash?

Part of your decision involves the words "generally accepted as reliable in the scientific community". Do you see the conflict here, Judge? Are you really that stupid that you could have missed it? The "Scientific community" were the ones on trial here, Judge. The Scientific community are the ones who screwed up. They never tested thimerosal for safety. Yet, there you were taking what's generally accepted by a community who poisoned babies as some sort of standard.

My once normal son does not accept this as reliable science. He would be living a normal life right now if he had not been injected with thimerosal that had not been tested for safety.

In my book Judge, an autism expert is a guy who can cure autism. There are no schools that teach anyone how to do that. This knowledge has only been available for about 8 years. Mark Geier, the expert you threw out, is curing autism. That makes him more of an expert than any of the lawyers who convinced you to throw him out.

I think you should have talked to some of the kids he is curing, Judge. Then you would have seen what an autism expert is.

I challenge you Judge Berger, to show us any expert who has cured autism who will state that thimerosal can not cause autism. I can produce all sorts of autism experts who have cured this nightmare. The people who have been involved in curing autism are the ones who constitute the relevant scientific community. As you would learn by allowing these people to explain exactly how thimerosal caused the condition and how removing thimerosal from the brain cured the condition to a jury, you would also learn that the people who caused the condition are not the relevant scientific community. They are defendants. They committed a crime of extreme negligence and you have allowed them to evade responsibility without even allowing a jury to hear the case.

You are a disgrace, Judge Berger!!! You owe it to my thimerosal poisoned son to take whatever legal action is available to publicly declare that you screwed up. You have no right to declare ""thimerosal in vaccines does not cause or contribute to neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism,"" until you hear the evidence. You can only hear that evidence if you listen to the people who have discovered it. They did not discover it by reading textbooks. There was nobody to teach it to them. I suppose you'd say Columbus could not be considered an expert at discovering America because nobody taught him how to do it and he did not have a degree in the subject. My son and thousands of others just like him are recovering from autism by removing that mercury from their brains. We are the experts here, not the negligent idiots who poisoned our children.

And, if the attorneys in this case did not attempt the argument I have presented here, they should be sued for legal malpractice. I have not heard of any lawyers bringing cured children into court as evidence. Those cured children and the people who cured them should trump any obsolete nonsense about exactly who is an expert when it comes to autism. The people who caused the autism epidemic get themselves admitted as experts and these lawyers can't think their way around that?!!! What is wrong here?


Thimerosal-Autism Link Rejected by Maryland Court

January 14, 2008: 11:04 AM EST


MADISON, N.J., Jan. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Wyeth announced today that The Honorable Stuart R. Berger of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City in Baltimore, Maryland, has granted Wyeth's motion to preclude plaintiffs' expert witnesses in an alleged vaccine injury case from testifying that exposure to thimerosal-containing vaccines can cause autism. The court's decision, in the case of Blackwell, et al. v. Sigma Aldrich, Inc., et al., followed a 10-day evidentiary hearing held last August.

Judge Berger found that "thimerosal in vaccines does not cause or contribute to neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism," noting that "it is generally accepted in the relevant scientific community that autism is genetic in origin except in rare instances of prenatal exposures to certain substances at defined periods during pregnancy."

Judge Berger held that plaintiffs had failed to show that the methodologies underlying their expert witnesses' opinions are generally accepted as reliable in the scientific community. He also held that plaintiffs' expert witnesses were not qualified "by knowledge, skill, experience, training or education" or that they could not set forth a sufficient factual basis to support the causation opinions that plaintiffs wished to present to the jury.

"We believe that the court's decision is in complete accord with the overwhelming scientific evidence that there is no link between vaccines and autism. The court correctly applied Maryland law to bar unfounded opinion testimony on scientific issues," says Daniel J. Thomasch, lead trial counsel for Wyeth in this litigation, who is a partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP.

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21 comments:

Joeker said...

It's funny, in a sick way, how they have to prove it in a court, and not with the science. They must be afraid of having to actually prove it, with absolutely no evidence.

I think that's a little ironic, no?

Foresam said...

It's impossible to prove when the judge won't listen to the evidence.

Anonymous said...

My take... the judge is just plain lazy with other fish to fry.

Mamma Debi said...

I would love to know when a judge became a scientist? This judge should be thrown out of this case, he's obviously incapable of using any sort of fair practices.

Anonymous said...

Massively bought off, I am sure. It's a sin what they are doing to our kids in all areas of life. Ethics and doing right by our kids appears to be non-existent.

Anonymous said...

Judge Berger, Did your hand recieve a little pattie? I think it did recieve a big pattie from wyeth. You should be ashamed of yourself! How can you in good conscience refuse to hear both sides of a case? Did they teach Ethics at your school?How can you screw innocent children? you are disgraceful!

Anonymous said...

Hah! He tried to disguise his name, but I see right through that..! It's ASSBerger isn't it?! Neurodiversity has penetrated even our legal system!

Foresam said...

It looks like 5 people from the EOHarm list had the guts to make an anonymous comment. That means there are 2,020 idiots on that list who won't stand up for their children,.... absolutely pathetic!!

defender Mom said...

Judge, Have the mind to find out what's actually happening here. Many are recovered from symtoms when Chelation and nutritional protochols are followed. Why not take the blinds off of JUSTICE and reveal the truth, no matter who it stings. defender mom

mom said...

I hope this judge can't sleep at night when he gets old and realizes that he stood in the way of saving children's lives.

Anonymous said...

Judge Berger - I hope your grandkids become severely autistic - then you will know the hell that we have been through. Until then - "F" off to you and your pharma buddies!

Anonymous said...

Yea, this sucks. Meanwhile, the family gets no help.
The irony of it all - insurance will cover the shots, but when all hell breaks loose from those same shots, noone wants to help - not insurance, not vaccine compensation program, noone.
Judge Berger, you suck.

Anonymous said...

I HOPE THE STUPID CORRUPT BASTARD GETS HIS FLU SHOT EVERY YEAR SO HE CAN ENJOY THE GIFT OF THIMEROSAL CAUSED ALZHEIMERS FOR MANY YEARS UNTIL HE GOES TO HELL AND BURNS WITH THE REST OF THE SCUM.

funky said...

This decision does not surprise me at all. Where money is involved, big pharma money, there is no justice. The only ones that can bring about some type of justice is people who stand up to this outrageous behavior of the black-robe cult.
These judges support and advance premeditated murder by big pharma and big government. It is premeditated murder because many children have died as a direct result of vaccinations. The cause as well as the effect of vaccinations are well known to pharma and government. Yet they inject these poisons into innocent small children anyway. This is as diabolical as it gets.

thefragile7393 said...

More and more people know the truth. Supposedly science is un-corruptable but as we all know, this isn't true. Money is the lord of science.

Anonymous said...

Hey Judge Berger why are you so ignorant to FACTS: By MARIAN BURROS
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/23/dining/23sbox.html


In the past few years, several studies have concluded that elevated mercury levels may be associated not only with neurological problems but with cardiovascular disease among adults as well.

One of the studies, reported by Dr. Eliseo Guallar, an associate professor of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, in 2002 in The New England Journal of Medicine, looked at men in European countries and Israel. The mercury levels among men who had had a heart attack were 15 percent higher than those who had not.

In 2006, a National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine report titled “Seafood Choices: Balancing Benefits and Risks” acknowledged some of these findings, saying that “increased methylmercury exposure might be a risk factor for adult cardiovascular toxicity.”

The report added, “For child neurodevelopment and adult cardiovascular health, emerging evidence suggests that the health benefits of seafood consumption are greater among individuals whose body burden of methylmercury is lower.”

Other studies have concluded that the benefits of consuming fish, because it contains omega-3 fatty acids that may help prevent heart disease, may outweigh the risks of mercury contamination. Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian, a cardiologist and assistant professor of medicine and epidemiology at Harvard Medical School, said that “the evidence is inconsistent that high mercury level has any effect” on the risk of cardiovascular death among adults. More research had to be done, Dr. Mozaffarian said.

But some researchers who have examined the links between mercury and cardiovascular disease agree with Dr. Ellen Silbergeld, professor of environmental health sciences and epidemiology at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, who said “the existing evidence is strong and striking,” even though more studies were needed.

“It is very unwise to wait until we have complete scientific truth,” said Dr. Philippe Grandjean, adjunct professor of environmental health at the Harvard School of Public Health and chairman of the department of environmental medicine at the University of Southern Denmark. “The prudent judgment is to protect human health.”

There is also recent epidemiological evidence on the relationship between mercury and neurological problems. One study, published in Environmental Health in 2003, linked low-level methylmercury exposure with impaired dexterity and concentration. The greater the mercury level, the greater the effect, the researchers found. The study also suggested that adults exposed to methylmercury might be at risk for vision loss and numbness of fingers and toes as well as blood pressure and fertility problems.

Increasing numbers of physicians are reporting on signs of mercury poisoning among patients who eat large quantities of fish.

Dr. Jane Hightower, a clinician and diagnostician in San Francisco, evaluated more than 100 patients who had vague, unexplained symptoms. Of them, 89 percent had mercury in their blood that exceeded the level considered acceptable by the Environmental Protection Agency.

The symptoms included memory lapses, hair loss, fatigue, sleeplessness, tremors, headaches, muscle and joint pain, trouble thinking, gastrointestinal disturbances and an inability to do complex tasks.

Dr. Hightower tracked 67 of the patients, directing them to stop eating all fish. After 41 weeks, all but two had blood mercury levels lower than the level considered acceptable. Her clinical observations, published in 2003 in Environmental Health Perspectives, indicate that such neurological problems in otherwise healthy adults recede when blood mercury levels go down.

No one is recommending that people stop eating fish, unless their blood mercury levels are dangerously high. In fact, health professionals and researchers encourage eating seafood selectively, choosing species, like salmon and sardines, that have high omega-3 fatty acids and low levels of mercury.

Fish in the diet “is not an all-or-nothing story,” Dr. Silbergeld said. “The trick is to figure out which ones to eat.”

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Anonymous said...

Science itself may be uncorruptable but those giving out the results of studies are easily corruptable. They can and will fudge anything they are paid to fudge.

Anonymous said...

Yes they will fudge studies. Like they have with the mercury cover up all along. It is amazing how many people are willing to poison babies for a buck. Thanks to fools like Berger there will be many more poisoned.

Anonymous said...

He is probably old and lazy and on the take. One can only hope he gets alzheimer from getting flu vaccines. Where's the friggin justice. It's so disgusting. Now, I'll have to hear eveyone say to me...see autism is just a genetic disorder...

What a putz

shell said...

The trial should be dismissed on the grounds of preexisting prejudice,preJUDGEiceness. In European countries that vaccinate perhaps 5 times until the teen is grown vs. hundreds of vaccine exposed deseases in our children, they have hardly ever seen autism adhd, peanut allergies that kill, as they witness in a few days of coming to the epicenter,,NJ. One of my sons has ADHD while the other has a form of autism.I work with special needs kids and have 25 years experience. Most ADD is an infection from antibiotics perpetually given after children get ear infections from the vaccines and it is often curable. My adhd son however could not be cured so easily yet he is a math genius, won awards from Johns Hopkins U. is on the honor role and has a heart of gold especially as he tries to help his little brother. I am in the middle of curing my ASD child haven taken him to over 500 therapies since he was 2 yrs.old He can read write and talk with intelligence. 1 out of 65 are autistic if you trust the years old statistics. I have placed many learning disabled on honor rolls, one child at a time www.betterschoolresults.com Experts? Do you think that mostteachers can take a few credits in Special ED, get certified and then cure compensate whatever, the autistic population?? Do you think our schools and medical society are doing their homework and keep up with the demands? Let us all be the advocate and the real judge.

Anonymous said...

Hey judge berger you moron! The government conceeds the vaccine autism connection. You need to stop preventing specialist from testifying.