Wednesday, March 24, 2010

A Day Late And A Dollar Short

As the anti-litigation bloc quash squad continues in the feeble attempt to make chicken salad out of $2,000,000.00 CDC research fraudster Poul Thorsen, Autism Speaks princess Katie Wright is sending out a message arrow concerning Autism Speaks favorite anti-litigation bloc researcher Eric Fombonne.

Yes, the same Katie Wright who snatched away the media spotlight from the first defenseless little autistic girl to have her story finally heard in vaccine court by vigorously publicizing the All in the Autism Speaks family spat now apparently wants Fombonne, the vaccine manufacturing drug companies' Mr. Fixitall, fixed nicely.

As many commentors on the article point out, Wright provided no links to back up her claim that McGill University is investigating anti-litigation bloc researcher Fombonne.

What Wright has disclosed is Fombonne is under investigation for:

1) unlawful access to confidential medical record and blood samples of children in his 2006 “Pediatrics” article

2) Fombonne accessed these records without the parental consent of the 220 parents of his research participants

3) Fombonne is charged with violating Articles 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24 of the Quebec Civil Code

4) He is also charged with violating McGill Ethical Guidelines involving research on human subjects.

Wright is taunting Canadian parents to show their faces. "Isn’t sunlight the best disinfectant? Let’s get this all out in the open! If you are a parent of one of the children in Fombonne’s studies how do you feel about all this? "

Hey Hosers! Don't rise to the aiding an a-bait-ing, eh?

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