JUDGE DISMISSES COMPLAINT IN LITTLE MARY’S CASE
Philips v. NYC, 12-cv-1237
Patricia Finn Attorney P.C., Piermont, New York for Plaintiffs
Friends and followers of Support Mary’s Rights, the Court has dismissed little Mary Check’s Case that was scheduled for trial on June 30, 2014 granting the defendant City of New York’s motion to dismiss in the matter of Phillips vs. City of New York.
In the surprising and disappointing decision, the district court dismissed Mary’s complaint and indicated in the opinion that the law involving the childhood immunization program in New York State is well settled, thus the constitutionality of the vaccine program is too well established to require discussion and therefore dismissed Mary’s case without allowing the June 30th trial to go forward. We respectfully disagree with the Court, and intend to re-argue the decision dismissing the case and appeal the matter because the law is not well settled, the practice of vaccinating is dangerous and we don’t experiment on children in the United States. The due process rights of American’s, protected by the United States Constitution, guarantee that an individual in this Country can refuse injections that could potentially kill them, for any reason, medical, religious or otherwise. And you don’t have to ask for that or prove you are entitled to the relief, it is a guarantee. The Court in its opinion described a scenario in which the Judge’s hands are tied in Mary’s case at the District level by precedent making our relief available in the higher courts on appeal, and we intend to appeal.
Please tell everyone you know about Support Mary’s Rights and the appeal, and continue to share the news about this important case and your rights as American’s to refuse dangerous vaccines and unwanted government intrusion over the body…