Remington, the gun maker being sued by families who lost loved ones in the Sandy Hook shooting, is seeking school records for some of the first-graders killed in the massacre, according to court filings in the landmark wrongful death lawsuit. Remington’s request for information on five students and four teachers was called an “affront” against the families, but it is routine to gather all such records in a court case, especially when there is great controversy surrounding this case. Twenty children and six faculty members were killed on December 14, 2012. Josh Koskoff, the attorney representing nine families of victims, filed a motion to seal the documents, which include application and admission paperwork, transcripts and disciplinary records. Koskoff said, “the only relevant part of their attendance records is that they were at their desks on December 14, 2012.” -GEG
Remington has filed subpoenas to obtain report cards, attendance lists and other academic records for five of the students who were murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. on Dec. 14, 2012. A total of 20 children and six faculty members were killed.
The nation’s oldest gun manufacturer also asked the Newtown Public School District to provide employment files of four educators who died in the shooting. The five students and four educators are part of a long-running wrongful death suit against Remington over its marketing practices.
Calling the subpoenas an invasion of privacy, Josh Koskoff, the attorney representing nine families of victims, filed a motion on Thursday to seal the documents, which include application and admission paperwork, transcripts and disciplinary records.
A legal source familiar with the case, who was not authorized to speak about the pending litigation, told TIME that it is routine in wrongful death lawsuits for the defense team to subpoena education and medical records to determine damages.
Minors are also being detained in the camps, as three youths aged 15, 16 and 17 were recently hunted down and arrested for fleeing the camp (they all tested negative for Covid but came in contact with someone who tested positive).
Reports indicate that Dr. Noack, a chemist, died from a heart attack several days after publishing a video claiming that graphene hydroxide is an ingredient in Covid-19 vaccines that can cut the epithelial lining in blood vessels and cause death.
The government of New Brunswick announced its Covid-19 ‘Winter Action Plan’ that gives all businesses, including grocery stores, the option of requiring proof of vaccination from all patrons. The plan fails to instruct on how unvaccinated people may acquire food if they are denied entry into markets.
California’s recent crime wave is the fruit of a lack consequences for criminals due to criminal justice reform and no-cash bail that has now resulted in the shooting death of a security guard, numerous ‘smash and grab’ robberies of high end retail stores and other negative outcomes.
A 15-year old boy is accused of shooting and killing four students at his high school. His parents, who are accused of making the handgun easily accessible to him, are being charged with involuntary manslaughter, concerning critics about Second Amendment implications.
The FDA was ordered by a court to comply with the request and Pfizer’s own report revealed that from December 1, 2020 to February 28, 2021, the first 90 days that Pfizer’s Covid vaccine had been rolled out, there were 1,223 deaths recorded and 42,086 case reports for adverse reactions and vaccine injuries worldwide.
US District Judge Alison Nathan, who was appointed by Obama, granted Ghislaine Maxwell’s request to redact and hide “sensational and impure” information, including the names of high-profile elites who wish to remain private.
Republican Representative Mary Miller noted that the government has no reason to collect vaccination data and stated, “This was clearly a legislative tool to enforce vaccine mandates and force their Orwellian rules onto those who do not comply.”
Face mask policies were dropped in England in July, but were re-introduced this week. Iceland and Co-op, two large supermarket chains in the UK, have publicly said they will tell staff not to enforce the new divisive mask rules. People can make a difference by refusing to comply with unlawful policies.
A digital ID is necessary to bring in central bank digital currency (CBDC) for totalitarian control, and vaccine passports are necessary to bring in digital ID. Vaccine passports will also combine social credits and carbon credits. China has already instituted CBDC.
Judge Doughty wrote, “There is no question that mandating a vaccine to 10.3 million healthcare workers is something that should be done by Congress, not a government agency. It is not clear that even an Act of Congress mandating a vaccine would be constitutional.”
The temporary injunction will help rural hospitals near collapse due to this mandate, as well as nursing homes that are at risk of closure. The judge ruled that CMS had no clear authority from Congress to enact the vaccine mandate. He stated that CMS has no evidence that vaccines impact the spread of Covid.
A critic noted that within days of the identification of a new variant, “global travel has been halted, states of emergency have been declared, and now we see a pharmaceutical company announcing the variant-specific vaccine trial that will begin in the U.S. in a few weeks.”
Thuringia and Saxony, the two states with the lowest vaccination rates (under 60%) also have the lowest excess mortality rates at 4% and 2% respectively. The front runner is Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania with a vaccination rate of 66% and an excess mortality rate of 16%.
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Nova Scotia: Gabriel Wortman, the owner of a successful denture practice, lived part time in the town of Portapique, a community of about 100 people, where he reportedly killed 22 people by shooting 13 of them, and also setting fire to homes, killing an addition 9 victims.
In April 2018, officers were called to his Long’s house and mental health specialists cleared him, but did not feel he was qualified to be involuntarily committed to a psychiatric unit. A witness reported some survivors of the Las Vegas Mass shooting were present during this shooting event.