CDC whistleblower: what happens next?

by Jon Rappoport

October 9, 2014

Is William Thompson, the CDC whistleblower, a man caught in the middle…or are his supporters caught in the middle waiting for a decisive moment that will never come?

Thompson, on August 27th, published a confession through his Cincinnati lawyer, Rick Morgan. Thompson admitted that he and his co-authors committed fraud, in a 2004 study that looked into a possible connection between the MMR vaccine and autism.

According to Thompson, he and his co-authors omitted vital data and broke the accepted study protocol, thereby giving the vaccine a free pass and falsely claiming it had no connection to autism—when it did.

This explosive revelation should have shaken the world. It should have been a page-one story. It should have caused a huge detonation in the medical-research community. It should have prompted a deep investigation into CDC practices and vaccine-industry fraud. It should have caused the journal that published the study, Pediatrics, to retract it and undertake a wide-ranging probe.

By design and by repression, none of these things happened.

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