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Law Offices of James Elsman Announces Suit: Nurse Refuses Shots -- Sues Hospital, Federal and State Governments for $100,000,000 Claiming Flu-Shots Have Many Dangers and Questionable Advantages

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SOURCE Law Offices of James Elsman

DETROIT, Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A nurse was fired from her Hospital job for refusing to take the flu-shot on religious and health grounds, and is "blowing the cover, off many dangers of the flu vaccine," says her lawyer, James Leonard Elsman of Birmingham, Michigan.

Karen Bashista of S. Lyon, Livingston County, Michigan was a nurse for St. Joe Hospital, and was fired for not taking the flu-shot; though she offered to wear a mask, be moved to another floor and function, etc.  She said "Hospital doctors got waivers of such."

Elsman said this is the first suit in the U.S.A., which joins a termination with a major challenge to the efficacy of the much-vaunted "flu-shot," because he is suing not only the Hospital, but also the C.D.C. ("Centers for Disease Control") of the U.S. Government, and the State Community Health Dept. 

Nurse Bashista continued:  "People are just waking up to the dangers of flu-shots and other vaccination shots that we don't question, because 'government' recommends such.  Well, if government is so smart, why can't they even administer Obamacare?  Government is grasping at straws and many physicians know this, more and more.  Why don't they always take the flu-shots?"

Elsman said the flu-vac is made many months "before" the yearly-strains are even known, so it is a guess in the dark.  "A shot into your body is putting an attenuated flu virus into you -- remember when Piers Morgan of CNN actually got the flu, 'right after' some CNN doctor gave him the flu-shot on live TV?  A scandal is brewing.  There is no proof of efficacy, i.e. that it works in all cases.  Medicine should be ashamed.  Mrs. Bashista is standing up for all Americans."

$100 million is prayed for, because the suit is a Class Action on behalf of all Americans in all States, concluded Elsman.  "We will no longer take modern-medicine's or the Government's kool-aid.  People deserve 'informed consent'!"

Contact:

James Elsman, J.D.

News Conference for all Media,


248-645-0750

with Mrs. Bashista


elsmanlawfirm@aol.com

2:00 p.m.


635 Elm St.

Friday, January 24, 2014


Birmingham, MI 48009

at lawyer's office

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