Memorandum for Attorney Volunteer Campaign Re Pfizer Documents
In March of 2022, pursuant to a court Order, the FDA began releasing documents submitted to it by Pfizer in connection with Pfizer’s application to the FDA for its request for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) and, eventually, full FDA licensing and approval of a “vaccine” ostensibly designed to prevent (or reduce the risk) of infection and transmission of SARS Covid 2, popularly known by the moniker “Covid 19 disease”. The Order was issued in a case in which a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request was made for certain documents submitted to and in the possession of the FDA. It is not clear on the face of the Order whether documents in the possession of the FDA regarding other “vaccine” manufacturers or distributors are subject to the Order. One would, at a minimum, need to review the FOIA request to determine the scope of the request to gain and understanding of what documents can be expected and from what sources they can be expected. A copy of the Order is lodged in the Posse Drop Box under “Research Resources.”
The FDA opposed the FOIA request and it and/or Pfizer (others?) sought to have the requested documents sealed from public view and disclosure for 70-75 years. (A big red flag standing alone.) The court, to its credit, did not do that. Rather the court ordered that the documents sought in the FOIA request be produced on a rolling basis, each tranche or batch being due on the first business day of each month. (See the Order for the details. Paragraph 4 of the Order regarding “banking” is interesting and may affect the roll out of documents.)
The first tranche of the documents consists of 150 documents, totaling 55,000 pages. They too are located in the Posse Drop Box. This tranche of documents is being reviewed by the Posse volunteers and they are lodging data and information gleaned from the documents in the Posse Drop Box. A form was designed for this purpose, but that form is not always used.
As additional tranches of documents are produced, they too will need to be analyzed.
Importantly, the Posse is not alone in undertaking these efforts. Many other people and organizations are engaged in a similar effort. Some of these people and sources can be a valuable resource or asset and are worth tapping into for potentially useful information and insight. At the end of this memorandum a list of a few of these sources.