On Friday, May 28, Jared Woodfill, JD, Woodfill Law Firm filed a lawsuit against Houston Methodist Hospital system for illegally requiring its employees to take the experimental COVID-19 gene modification mRNA injection (experimental “vaccine”) as a condition of employment. Currently 117 Plaintiffs are included in this suit.
This experimental injection is not an approved vaccine by the FDA. It has been authorized under the Emergency Use Authorization Act (EUA). Emergency use authorization is not FDA approval. FDA approval of a medical product, drug or vaccine requires clinical trials in animals, followed by human clinical trials, to ensure safety. This routinely takes five years or longer. This experimental COVID-19 gene modifying injection has not undergone the clinical trials necessary for FDA approval. Therefore, its use in humans is strictly experimental.
This is the first time in the history of the United States that an employer is coercing and forcing its employees to participate in an experimental “vaccine” trial as a condition for continued employment. Methodist Hospital is forcing its employees to be human guinea pigs for this experimental “vaccine.”
In writing to his Methodist employees, David Bernard, CEO of Houston Methodist, Baytown Hospital stated, “100% vaccination is more important than your individual freedom. Every one of you is replaceable. If you do not like what you’re doing you can leave, and we will replace your spot.” This is coercion and it is illegal.
This type of compelled medical experimentation on humans violates the Nuremberg Code of 1947 which was developed after the Nuremberg Trial of medical doctors who experimented on prisoners at Nazi concentration camps. Those physicians were convicted of crimes against humanity and executed.
The first principle of the Nuremberg Code is that an individual must give his informed consent to participate in a medical experiment. This requires that the individual be informed of the risks and benefits of the experiment. The individual must have freedom of choice without force, deceit, fraud, threat, solicitation, or any type of coercion. Methodist failed to inform its employees that they are taking part in a medical experiment and that their consent is required under the Nuremberg Code.
This is a gene modification medical experiment on human beings, required without their informed consent. It is a blatant violation of the Nuremberg Code. It also is well settled legal doctrine under federal law that medical experiments detail the benefits and risks associated with the experiment in order to enable individuals to make an intelligent, informed decision. The right to avoid forced human experimentation is a fundamental right.