By Catherine Frompovich
Not much hullabaloo was made in the U.S. media and press about the April 13, 2011 indictment whereby Danish vaccine researcher Poul Thorsen was indicted on 13 counts of fraud and 9 counts of money laundering that, incidentally, included your tax dollars.
How were your tax dollars involved? Very simply: the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) engaged Mr. Thorsen who pontificated that there was no vaccine-autism linkage—something CDC and Big Pharma coveted in order to have more support and ‘scientific’ proof to keep pushing mandatory vaccinations in the USA. Thorsen, in turn, helped two Danish government agencies obtain research grants to the tune of $11 Million from which Thorsen allegedly siphoned off monies for a home, car, and Harley hog [motorcycle].
However, it seems like poetic justice is being played out on CDC but at a cost to U.S. taxpayers. Why would someone say something like that?
Well, there’s an adage that says, “What goes round, comes round.” And, in my opinion, the CDC has been screwing around with vaccine ‘science’ for a long time trying to keep dangerous vaccines as ‘safe’ in the media and public’s mind—and they are NOT—and finally, CDC got ‘screwed’ including, maybe, having to wipe a lot of egg off its credibility face.