On May 25, the Indian Bar Association (IBA) filed a lawsuit against Dr Soumya Swaminathan, WHO Chief Scientist, accusing her of causing the deaths of Indian citizens by deceiving them about the ivermectin.
The WHO scientist is accused of making a misleading tweet on May 10, 2021 against the use of ivermectin which resulted in the state of Tamil Nadu removing ivermectin from the protocol the following day. She had just declared this treatment effective against Covid-19.
If Dr Soumya Swaminathan is found guilty, then she could be sentenced to death or life imprisonment.
Attorney Dipali Ojha, senior lawyer for the Indian Bar Association, threatened Dr Swaminathan with criminal charges “for every death” caused by her acts of commission and omission. The brief accused Dr Swaminathan of wrongdoing in using her position as health authority to serve the special interests of the lucrative vaccine industry.
Ivermectin is an inexpensive drug that is prescribed as an antiparasitic. It has gained popularity for the prevention of covid-19. The WHO and the FDA do not approve ivermectin, but many doctors and scientists believe it to be effective. Some claim that states in India that used ivermectin had much better results and significantly fewer deaths from covid than states in India that did not use ivermectin.
In the regions of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Goa cases fell by 98%, 97%, 94% and 86% respectively. In contrast, Tamil Nadu who chose not to use ivermectin, the number of cases exploded and became the highest in India. Deaths in Tamil Nadu have increased tenfold.
In a test of over 4,000 people in India (over 3,000 took ivermectin) and over 1,000 did not. The results showed that 2% of people who took ivermectin had a covid confirmed by a PCR test and that 11.7% of people who did not take ivermectin had a covid confirmed by a PCR test.
The specific charges include conducting a disinformation campaign against ivermectin and posting statements on social and mainstream media to falsely influence the public against the use of ivermectin despite the existence of large amounts of ivermectin. clinical data showing its profound efficacy in the prevention and treatment of covid-19.
WHO disinformation campaign?
TrialSite has evidence that the WHO is deleting important data relating to the treatment of Covid19. Recently, she published a report on the large local effort of the public health operation in Uttar Pradesh but omitted the basic fact, that ivermectin is in fact widely used as part of the initiative. Why would the WHO go to such great lengths to suppress this important information – that is, a treatment that actually works? What kind of agenda has this organization adopted when it appears to be using disinformation to deceive and disrupt nations seeking to bring this pandemic under control? Is this recent lawsuit in India just a symbolic gesture or does it represent the harbinger of other legal actions to come? Asks TrialSite.
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