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On May 21, 2022, attorney David Younts released a press briefing announcing that his client, a Navy Officer, just won the lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) ‘s CCP virus vaccine mandate. The day before, during the hearing, a Navy Administrative Board determined in a 3-0 vote that the Navy officer did not commit any misconduct by refusing to take the CCP virus vaccine and is permitted to continue serving.
The Navy Officer, LT Bill Moseley, who joined the Navy in 2000, was opposed to receiving the vaccine for religious reasons, but he decided not to submit an exemption request because he found out that the U.S. military was denying nearly all requests. After consulting with legal and medical experts, he became convinced that as an officer he had an obligation to take a stand against the unlawful order and be a voice for thousands of enlisted military service members at the Navy.
During the administrative hearings, Moseley’s attorney argued that the CCP virus vaccine mandate for U.S. military service members was unlawful and stressed that the military’s administered experimental CCP virus vaccine has not been approved by the FDA. The attorney also disclosed, like Moseley, there are thousands of servicemen facing prosecution by the military. Moseley’s winning of the lawsuit against the DOD is groundbreaking and is one out of thousands.
Since August 23, 2021, the Department of Defense (DOD) started the mandatory CCP virus vaccination to the military, so far 55% of the U.S. military servicemen have received the administered CCP virus vaccine. Over the last two years, among the U.S. military servicemen and servicewomen, there have been many cases of “unusual” deaths and injuries, suspected of adverse reactions from the CCP virus vaccine.
On May 23, 2022, a group of 500 U.S. military servicemen representing the Air Force filed a lawsuit against the DOD, the FDA, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, who are claimed to be in gross violation of Informed Consent Law and the applicable provisions of the Public Health Service Act governing the regulation of biologics. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the eastern district of Texas.
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