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EMPLOYERS LIABLE FOR V-INJURY IF THEY MANDATED JAB

Things are starting to unravel big time via the courts.

Basic civil liberties were overridden and the criminally compliant in these insanities are being brought to justice.

The employers, like many security guards and family members who jumped on the totalitarian bandwagon, behaviour infamously demonstrated within the Milgram torture experiments , will be found guilty.


Milgram experiment

Beginning on August 7, 1961, a series of social psychology experiments were conducted by Yale University psychologist Stanley Milgram, who intended to measure the willingness of study participants to obey an authority figure who instructed them to perform acts conflicting with their personal conscience. Participants were led to believe that they were assisting an unrelated experiment, in which they had to administer electric shocks to a "learner". These sham or fake electric shocks gradually increased to levels that would have been fatal had they been real.[2]







These are highlights from an article detailing a prosecution in Australia.


Australian court rules employers who mandated jab legally liable for injuries


Quote: "...A South Australian court has ordered employers who mandated COVID-19

vaccines for their employees will be held legally liable for injuries caused by the jab. 

The Employment Tribunal ordered compensation for SA government employee Daniel Shepherd, 44, who developed pericarditis after being mandated to have a third dose of the vaccine in February 2022, per ABC News.

The SA government mandated under the Emergency Management Act in January 2022 that certain workers were required to get a booster to keep their jobs. 

Shepherd, former child and youth support worker with the Department for Child Protection (DCP), has been off work since March 2022, save for a two-month part-time period doing administrative work. 

He made a claim for vaccine-related injury workers compensation, but was rejected — however the court ruled in his favour when he appealed. The Court of Appeal ruled he is entitled to workers compensation for the vaccine injury, including weekly income support and medical payments. 

Despite DCP arguing it should be excluded from liability due to Shepherd’s injury being a result of the Emergency Management Act directive, Tribunal Judge Mark Calligeros ruled the vax mandate and DCP were "both significant contributing causes" of his injury..."







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