Extract of page 5 of FOI decision
What are they hiding? They must have been paid quite handsomely otherwise why would they seek to prevent the release of the documents? Ka-Ching!
The decision-maker appears to have defended them by asserting (on page 5) that the “families did not request payment for their story”, as if that is somehow relevant.
(on an unrelated note, Catherine Hughes was also recently granted over $20,000 by the AMP Foundation)
Document 2 is a decision affirming the original decision to deny access to the documents in response to a request for an internal review.
Although payments made to Cecily Johnson and Renay Newman were not included in the Freedom of Information request, we have no reason to believe that they weren’t also paid talent fees.
The obvious question arises as to why members of a mandatory vaccination lobby group (some with links to vaccine manufacturers), and who were responsible for convincing politicians about the alleged imperative for coercive vaccination laws using multiple falsehoods, have been paid by the department responsible for advising government on vaccination.
This represents nothing short of corruption, for which there should be an immediate inquiry.
The management team of Stop the AVN goes to great lengths to portray the group as being grass-roots, however, the AVN recently reported that Dr. Stephen Lambert from Queensland Health is on the management team of Stop the AVN, raising the possibility that other health department officers, including from the federal Department of Health, are also members of the group. However, as the identities of most other members of Stop the AVN’s management team are tightly guarded, it is unclear the extent to which other health department officers are involved with this group, and any influence they may have wielded over vaccination policy.