A military medical officer testified in court that a superior told her to conceal her findings about the DoD’s Medical Epidemiology Database following the vaccine mandate.
Dr. Theresa Long said in her testimony in the courtroom that she and two more medical professionals discovered a spike in neurological disorders, miscarriages and cancer cases after the vaccine mandate went into place. She and the others were told to keep quiet after making these shocking discoveries.
“I have numerous soldiers being damaged by this vaccine. Not one single member of my top command has talked about my concerns with me … I don’t have anything to gain but I have everything to lose by talking about it. I am OK with that because I am seeing people get completely destroyed,” Long said in court.
Thirty military members are being represented by Liberty Counsel to fight against the Draconian mandate that is being forced onto the military. After presenting their legal case to Judge Steven Merryday, he gave a preliminary order to allow two military plaintiffs to get around the vaccine mandate.
In the hearing on March 10 the DoD asked for the order to be set aside while the case was being appealed. Chairman of Liberty Counsel Mat Staver said that the DoD has refused to have witnesses cross-examined, which means a possible cover-up.
“They send these statements that a JAG lawyer writes, and someone in the military signs off on them,” Staver said.
Furthermore, Mat Staver said the DoD is giving information in court that is “wrong, outdated, and would really be subject to taking apart under cross examination” without having any witnesses to confirm their story. Judge Merryday, according to Staver, has chastised the DoD, saying that they have “a weak case,” and are “acting like they are above the law.”
Big League Politics reported that the military is a institution helping to perpetrate the terrible crimes of the vaccine regime:
“The United States Marines have only approved two applications for a religious exemption to the coronavirus vaccine out of the 3,212 applications that were processed and filed.”