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Baby W case won’t be appealed – Sue Grey

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Sue Grey, the lawyer acting for the parents at the centre of the mRNA blood transfusion case confirmed no appeal will be lodged.

NOTE: The Care of Children Act 2004 prohibits publication of particulars that may lead to the identification of Baby W.

A statement from Grey and family spokesperson Liz Gunn published to social media said:

‘Our conclusion is that there is no time to appeal due to the court giving its decision at the close of business yesterday and the complex process where a stay is required. The appeal court is accordingly clearly not a suitable forum to resolve this important matter for Baby W.’

Update to follow.

 

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  1. No disrespect to Sue Grey, but it is probably time people started using Lawyers who are experts in their field. After reading some of the newspaper articles etc, I am starting to think Sue Grey is in over her head.

    • Seriously??

      It doesn’t effing matter who the family used as their lawyer, the evil has infiltrated all levels of society. The entire health system, law enforcement, the judiciary to make a few. These criminals in power are having a good time at the expense of baby Will, his immediate family and rest of decent NZers.

      It’s not only naive but utterly disrespectful for you say that.

      • Actually …. this case was quite simple from a legal perspective. Keep your head in the clouds if you think she is the right person. Her track record is average at best.

  2. I have been completely supportive of baby W’s family stance on this issue. I am not at all antivax but whole heartedly believe people should have the choice to evaluate their own personal risks in association with full disclosure of adverse reactions. Sadly the latter (adverse reactions) lacks transparency in the NZL system. A good example is to choose any vaccine then compare the side effects listed in the MOH website, the Immunisation handbook and the most recent supplier fact sheet…then do a comparison with the Medsafe – SMARS database reporting and see the levels of disconnect. Secondly, if there is an issue other than immediate overdose who deals with the outfall ?

    Our Govt are quick to ‘label’ those who are hesitant or validly concerned and yet their own lack of transparency is attributable to the cause. Time for this Govt to take a look in the mirror as these issues are of their making, albeit considered in the best interest of the Community but sadly not the entire population.

    This incredibly sad case will set a precedent in NZL without doubt. The ‘urgency’ aspect of this case is blinding the ability for all NZLrs to ‘do the research in credible Medical journals’ to learn about the causal aspects and the impact of vaccines on the immune system and the blood tests pre and post that will provide aspects of certainty etc.

    In support of Baby W, I challenge all our decision making Politicians to take their babies and under 5 year olds to get the Covid vaccines and ride this journey alongside Will…of course this is not going to occur as NZL hasn’t received the sign off! W’s parents had a simple request…surely at this time, this could have been honoured!

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