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11-15-2007, 05:51 PM
State Attorney Admits No Law Makes Vaccines Mandatory
Hundreds of parents face jail after school kicked out children, triggering unfair truancy charges

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Thursday, November 15, 2007

A state prosecutor involved in bringing potential criminal charges against hundreds of parents in a county just outside Washington D.C. for failing to allow their children to be vaccinated admitted yesterday on a national radio show that there is no law that mandates any vaccine, despite a Fox News report falsely claiming otherwise.

Yesterday we highlighted a case in Prince George's County, Maryland, where parents of more than 1600 children have been told they could be put in jail for failing to get their kids vaccinated.

Unless parents bring their children to court on Saturday, where medical officials will be on standby to forcibly inject their children in a scenario befitting of a science fiction horror movie, those parents will be subject to arrest and/or fines.

The threat of arrest was not as a result of a failure to get the kids immunized, but because of truancy laws, which were only triggered after the school expelled the children for not getting the shots.

More @ http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles...ney_admits.htm

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