(NaturalHealth365) A Missouri man was recently awarded $7.4 million on behalf of his wife, who is brain damaged and disabled due to a vaccination round she received prior to an overseas trip. Mind you, despite horrific injuries like this, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and mainstream media outlets continue to say that vaccines are ‘safe and effective’.
On June 22, 2011, Carolyn Schutte received a round of injections in preparation for a trip to Africa. The shots included tetanus, typhoid, and hepatitis A and B vaccinations. Just two days later, Schutte was completely debilitated, and is now a victim of permanent brain damage from encephalopathy.
Too many lives have been ruined by vaccines
Carolyn Schutte was once the mayor of the Missouri town of Excelsior Springs; now, she is paralyzed on one side and cannot walk. She requires specially prepared food and a hydration tube. In fact, to this date, she can only speak two words: “yes” and “no” – despite seeming to comprehend everything around her.
Her husband Jim, once her traveling partner, is now her caretaker. Carolyn Schutte requires round-the-clock care and likely will for the rest of her life. Does this sound like a ‘safe’ medical treatment?
Jim Schutte reports that Carolyn laughs when he brings up their private jokes; she calls for him in the evening at around 7:30, and they hold hands until she is ready to go to sleep.
Millions of people are being brainwashed by the pharmaceutical industry – every day
Despite the fact that the courts ruled in favor of the Schuttes and they received a staggering $7.4 million judgment, Jim Schutte remains inexplicably passionate about vaccination as a practice. With all due respect, his comments about his situation do seem puzzling.
He says he is worried about the public taking “anecdotal situations like Carolyn’s” and making them into “something they are not.” To call brain damage from a vaccine “anecdotal” seems bizarre to say the least. If my husband or child were injured by a vaccine – I’m sure I would sound very different about the situation.
Schutte has also stated he fears his wife’s situation will fuel the “anti-vaccination movement” – something to which he is inexplicably opposed. He’s even expressed frustration about the recent resurgence of measles, blaming it on people who refuse to vaccinate their children.
Honestly, his reactions are a bit strange and out of alignment with the gravity of the situation that one wonders if Jim Schutte has been brainwashed or told what to say by the pharmaceutical industry in order to receive his financial settlement.
Can the pharmaceutical industry get away with this?
Schutte is also quoted as saying: “What happened to Carolyn is a rarity… a freak of nature.” He goes on to say that he believes such incidents happen “very occasionally,” but that the chances of it happening are “minimal” against risks of contracting the diseases for which people are being vaccinated.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued Schutte’s settlement from the NCVIP (National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program), which is funded by taxes on vaccine manufacturers. However, there was no judgment of fault issued in the case. Because numerous vaccines were issued at one time, no one is sure which vaccine caused Carolyn Schutte’s brain damage.
Whether or not Jim Schutte was “persuaded” to be an advocate of vaccines, the fact remains that vaccine injuries are far from “rare.” With the current autism rate at 1 in 50 and the high amount of aluminum within vaccines representing a strong culprit, it’s clear that the potential for vaccine injury has reached crisis levels.
I wonder, if given the chance, would Mr. Schutte allow his wife to get vaccinated again?