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Alberta lawyer files complaint against Pfizer

The statement says the US FDA briefing “fraudulently and misleadingly does not discuss or acknowledge any other potential causes of death.”




Alberta lawyer Jeff Rath of Rath & Company, has filed a criminal complaint claiming “fraudulent submissions of Pfizer Corp” with regard to the Pfizer vaccine for children 5-11 years of age.

The letter addressed to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam, Attorney General David Lametti and RCMP superintendent Brenda Lucki, requests a criminal investigation be immediately opened.

Pointing to Table 14 of a US Federal Drug Administration (FDA) briefing, the complaint alleges Pfizer has made a “fraudulent and completely scientifically-unsupportable claim “the Pfizer vaccine, if provided in a two-dose regimen to 5-11-year-old children will prevent between 0 and three deaths of children per million fully-vaccinated children.”

“The same table goes on to admit the Pfizer vaccine will cause between 53 and 106 excess myocarditis cases, 29 to 58 excess myocarditis hospitalizations and 17 to 34 excess myocarditis ICU admissions,” the statement reads.

The statement also says the FDA briefing “fraudulently and misleadingly does not discuss or acknowledge any other potential causes of death.”

Rath said he consulted with a number of “expert physicians” from pediatricians, epidemiologists, pathologists and anesthesiologists who have reviewed the FDA briefing. Rath does not name the experts in his statement.   

According to the unnamed experts, Pfizer allegedly ignored the risks of “anaphylaxis, pericarditis, capillary thrombosis, clotting disorders, strokes and transverse myelitis, to name a few.”

The complaint letter said Pfizer has also allegedly “scrubbed” data related to deaths due to transverse myelitis from its initial Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) application to the FDA. The complaint also alleges the application was “fraught with fraudulent misstatements” around the safety profile of the Pfizer vaccine.  

“To suggest to the parents of Canada that this product is safe and will not kill or injure more Canadian 5-11-year-old children than the notional 0-3 ‘prevented COVID-19 deaths’ alluded to by Pfizer in its FDA EUA application constitutes fraud on the Canadian public and the Canadian Government,” the claim reads.

“The Pfizer vaccine is more likely to kill a child in Canada than COVID is,” said Rath in an exclusive interview with the Western Standard.

“It’s indisputable and Pfizer did not advise parents accordingly.”

Rath said he expects the RCMP to “initiate a criminal investigation” and hold back authorization of the Pfizer vaccine for use in children 5-11 years of age until the investigation has been concluded.

The complaint requests the RCMP and the attorney general of Canada launch a criminal investigation and that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau release copies of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine supply contracts.

“We are advised that these contracts contain exclusions of liability that confirm neither Pfizer nor Moderna warrant the safety of these products on the basis that the products were developed in haste, without adequate studies or testing, under emergency conditions,” the complaint reads.

Rath’s letter states it, “serves as a notice of liability to Prime Minister Trudeau and Dr. Theresa Tam” should these COVID-19 vaccines be used on children 5-11 years old resulting in any injury or death without a “complete criminal investigation.”

The Western Standard reached out to the RCMP for comment, but was only provided with a boilerplate statement.

“Please be advised that generally, only in the event that an investigation results in the laying of criminal charges, would the RCMP confirm its investigation, the nature of any charges laid and the identity of the individual(s) involved.”

The RCMP’s statement however is not true, as it has frequently announced if an investigation is underway before charges are laid.

Melanie Risdon is a reporter with the Western Standard

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  1. Barry Williams

    November 21, 2021 at 12:05 pm

    Dr. Chris Martenson provides deep research and informed perspective about the covid pandemic. He brings truth to statistics and a reasoned / rational approach to the response to the epidemic. Watch his latest video – OSHA Blocked & Public Health Efforts Get an “F”

  2. Baron Not Baron

    November 21, 2021 at 10:30 am

    It is about time these lizards are chased back to their bottomless pit.

  3. Deb

    November 19, 2021 at 1:38 pm

    Thank you Melanie for this article that fills me with hope. Huge respect and admiration to Canadian Hero Lawyer Jeff Rath. I am so grateful for your courage to do something about this tragedy about to unfold with the vaccination of a medical experimental jab to 5-11 year old Canadian Children.

  4. K

    November 19, 2021 at 12:45 pm

    Excellent, keep it coming.

  5. francis witzel

    November 19, 2021 at 12:22 pm

    I want to thank Mr Rath for his courage and hope he can follow through with this charge , and get this insanity stopped. I also want to thank Melanie and hope you will continue to follow this through and continue to advise us to how it’s progressing .

  6. Ken

    November 19, 2021 at 11:22 am

    Its about time this happened I agree 100% with Dennis
    If they keep selling this as a normal Vaccine they should all be locked up. I have a niece who was injured by this gene therapy and the doctors refused to commit to this untested drug being the cause. When Doctors are threatened with losing their license to practice if they say anything about adverse events, we have gone into a china style communism.
    The college of Physicians and Surgeons should be investigated as to their financial status. Just saying….

  7. CN

    November 19, 2021 at 11:03 am

    Melanie if you know journalists at the CBC, Global, CityTV, etc. please tell them that if they don’t report on this they have blood on their hands too. I don’t know how so many people in the government funded media can in good conscience stay silent. It’s time for them to rise up. I mean this is after the whistleblower came forward in the BMJ about the first Pfizer trial, and now there is this: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/355979001_DETECTION_OF_GRAPHENE_IN_COVID19_VACCINES
    This is affecting anyone getting these injections! And I can’t believe that good people in our MSM are knowingly keeping people in the dark and twisting around the facts to create an illusionary reality for anyone that trusts them. They need to be criminally investigated at this point too. I don’t think pleading ignorance will work anymore.

  8. Dennis

    November 19, 2021 at 10:54 am

    Good work Melanie. You won’t be getting any offers from the CBC any time soon but I don’t suppose that bothers you…….(:

  9. Dennis

    November 19, 2021 at 10:52 am

    It’s about time these actions are initiated. Adults can make choices for their own bodies for better or worse but when the government tells people this injection is safe for their children without any clear evidence and evidence to the contrary, that is a criminal act and they must be held accountable. Just the fact that this infection is on the market and the drug companies, by law, have no legal liability is despicable but when governments pull this crap, they need to be punished.
    Does anyone recall our very own Dena Hinshaw standing up in front of the TV Cameras and saying that this injection is 100% safe for pregnant women when she had Zero Evidence to support that statement and in the following days it was reported that there had never even been trials or testing on pregnant women?
    These evil people must be stopped.

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New Sask law exempts employers from COVID-19 lawsuits

The release bragged that Saskatchewan was one of only five jurisdictions with such extensive sexual harassment protections, but after the legislation was passed, Morgan defended the COVID-19 provisions as being common.




By Lee Harding

Employees’ quests for legal COVID-19 recourse has died with recently passed legislation that is “protecting vulnerable workers” according to Labour Minister Don Morgan.

Legislation recently passed by the Government of Saskatchewan prevents employers from being sued for implementing measures listed in the Public Employers’ COVID-19 Emergency Regulations or the Employers’ COVID-19 Emergency Regulations.

Amendments to the Saskatchewan Employment Act say “no action or proceeding lies or shall be commenced or maintained against an employer” if that employer acts in good faith.

“It’s broad general thing that would cover anything related to COVID-19 — signage, lack of signage, whatever else might reasonably arise from it. The threshold is that they must act in good faith,” said Morgan.

“We aren’t trying to target a specific lawsuit that’s been started or being threatened … But we know that COVID-19 vaccines, etc., are a worldwide issue right now and we want to be able to encourage our employers to have some comfort that they’re not going to be subject to lawsuits.”

The legislation applies regardless of when a perceived transgression may have occurred. The amendment received royal assent November 30. However, when the Saskatchewan Employment Amendment Act, 2021 was first announced in a press release November 18, nothing about COVID-19 was even mentioned.

Although the opening sentence mentioned “better and safer workplaces for employers and employees” the rest of the release concerned details about sexual harassment and union bargaining provisions.

Now the Labour Relations Board must exclude supervisors from the same bargaining unit as those they supervise, wherever possible. Sexual harassment at the workplace is now defined as any unwelcome action of a sexual nature, and provisions of the act extend beyond employees to include independent contractors, students, and volunteers.

“The legislation that governs our employers and employees needs to address the challenges of the modern work environment, including protecting vulnerable workers,” Morgan wrote in the release. “These amendments will help us build a stronger, safer and healthier Saskatchewan.”

fact sheet the release linked to concluded with a brief mention of COVID-19.

“We are introducing a provision that will provide protection for public and private sector employers that comply with the new COVID-19 vaccination regulations. These regulations give the employee the choice of showing evidence of being fully vaccinated or evidence of a negative COVID-19 test at least every seven days.”

The release bragged Saskatchewan was one of only five jurisdictions with such extensive sexual harassment protections, but after the legislation was passed, Morgan defended the COVID-19 provisions as being common.

“That’s being done generally across North America,” Morgan said.

The same day Morgan made his comments, a post on the Freedom Alliance Facebook page suggested a strong desire for legal recourse alongside skepticism, and an apparent unawareness of the new provincial law.

“Does anyone here know of any lawyers in Saskatoon that believe in the same rights and freedom as we do? I believe it’s time to really do something about losing my source of income 

“The couple lawyers I did speak with basically said the pandemic supersedes all our rights! Would be great if we found a lawyer that called out the BS! Might have to source out to other provinces,” replied Michielle Ross Noble.

“At the mine I work at they had a lawyer go to bat and it seems to be that the government is above the law and beyond the constitution. Money talks louder than laws these days,” replied Garrick Bernard.

“I also live near Saskatoon,” replied Ron Chappell. “Good luck finding a lawyer that will stand up for your rights and freedoms. Seems these evils are above the law including the Canadian charter of rights and freedoms. There should be lawsuits going on everywhere. Either we don’t hear about them or they are not happening. Justin Trudeau is [a] tyrant.”

To this Funk made what proved to be a moot reply.

“Then a group of us should band together and file lawsuits! Who’s with me?”

Harding is a reporter based in Saskatchewan

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Maverick leader describes his perfect successor

“I am aware of three or four people who are seriously considering running for leadership,” interim leader Jay Hill told the Western Standard.




Jay Hill, interim leader of the federal Maverick Party, says he hopes for a candidate for his replacement is someone that can “move the provinces and premiers towards greater autonomy for the West.”

On Wednesday, the Maverick Party released the rules for its leadership race that will see a new leader elected May 14, 2022.

The party will officially be accepting leadership applications as early as January 3 with a deadline of April 30.

Hill says he hopes to see two to six candidates apply.

“I am aware of three or four people who are seriously considering running for leadership,” Hill told the Western Standard.

“We’re more so focused on the quality side of things rather than quantity.”

The Maverick Party, formerly known as Wexit Canada, advocates for greater autonomy for Western Canadian provinces including BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the three territories.

“I’d like to see someone with the right vision and oratory skills to communicate with passion for Western Canadians,” said Hill.

Hill pointed to Quebec’s position within Canada and said the Maverick Party supports moving the western provinces in that direction.

Included in the list of rules for those interested in throwing their hat into the leadership race is a registration fee set at $10,000.

“Our governing council really struggled with that fee,” said Hill, who indicated the registration fee is still “substantially less” than any of the other federal parties.  

“We were really aiming for the right balance — that sweet spot — where you want to be realistic and make it doable and not a deterrent.

“It’s efficient to get serious contenders with serious commitment to register and not those with frivolous reasons.”

Hill, the former House leader for the Conservative Party of Canada, said he’s “too old” to run the party moving forward.

“My roll in elected office is done,” said Hill, adding he was done with the “high stress and high drama” when he quit federal politics in the fall of 2010.

When a new leader is elected in May, Hill plans to stay on and assist the party “depending on the needs of the new leader and how he or she feels I can contribute the most.”

Hill said he is excited and is looking forward to “a good, credible and lively leadership race.”

Melanie Risdon is a reporter for the Western Standard

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Maverick Party petition calls for carbon tax break for Canadians

Canadians will soon have to choose between food on their tables or heat in their homes,” the petition reads.




The Maverick Party, with a newly launched petition, is calling on the federal government to suspend the collection of carbon taxes from Canadians from January 1 to April 1, 2022.

Carbon tax is a levy imposed on human activity that results in carbon emissions being released into the atmosphere, usually by the burning of fossil fuels like gasoline, natural gas and coal.

The petition notes although carbon taxes are designed to “change behaviour,” the rising costs of living are an “added extra burden” on taxpayers.  

The petition also says the party “understands that the cost of living is increasing at a pace that families can’t keep up with,” pointing to “skyrocketing” inflation and the cost of essential items rising.

“Many Canadians will soon have to choose between food on their tables or heat in their homes,” the petition reads.

“The federal government can alleviate some of the burden by declaring a carbon tax moratorium on New Year’s Day 2022.”

The Maverick Party is demanding the government give Canadians who are “drowning financially” a break to get through what will likely be “the most expensive winter in memory,”

The Trudeau government implemented the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act in 2019 that was upheld by the Supreme Court of Canada in March of this year.

“Putting a price on carbon pollution is widely recognized as the most efficient means to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while also driving innovation,” the Government of Canada states on its website.

Melanie Risdon is a reporter for the Western Standard

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