Letter to Five Utah County or District Attorneys: Screen for State Prosecution of CDC Officials for Reckless Endangerment of County Residents
On December 27, 2022, Attorney Edward A. Berkovich sent a letter to the county or district attorneys for Utah’s five most populous counties, encouraging them to consider investigation and prosecution of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials for reckless endangerment of their county residents, under Utah Code § 76-5-112, for CDC’s three-month delay in reporting the first statistically significant signal of myocarditis incidence following mRNA COVID-19 vaccination.
Mr. Berkovich also suggests: ”CDC’s recent decision to recommend new omicron boosters for children as young as five years old, a recommendation reportedly made without even convening a meeting of CDC’s panel of vaccine experts, similarly may give rise to reasonable suspicion to investigate for reckless endangerment, because county residents may (again?) directly or vicariously rely on CDC’s recommendation and get or have gotten their children vaccinated without full data.”
Additionally, Mr. Berkovich makes this critical point, “There cannot be ‘informed consent’ without being ‘informed.’”
Please read the important three-page letter below.county attorneys letter utah 12 27 2022 final draft
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Myocarditis and other serious adverse events were actually known before the vaccine rollout. See the FDA Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Meeting on 10/22/2020. Stop the Video at the 2:33:40 mark. The presenter accidentally left in this slide and quickly skipped over it.
Here are the slides. See Slide 17.