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Personal Stories of Vaccine Damage and Death: Here are a few unsolicited personal stories of vaccine damage and death received by the Thinktwice Global Vaccine Institute.

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Dear Thinktwice, I recently took our only children, Harley (2 months) and Ashlee (2 years), to the doctor for their well-baby appointments. Harley had the sniffles and Ashlee had a cold, otherwise both were in perfect health. Harley was given his first DPT, polio, and Hib shots. Ashlee received her first Hib and MMR shots, as well as her third DPT and fourth polio shots.

After the vaccinations I laid the children down for their naps. Harley woke first; his thighs were red. I heard Ashlee wake and then I heard a ‘THUMP!’ Ashlee fell flat on the floor. She cried out ‘Mommy, me no walk!’ I checked her over and stood her up; there was no strength in either leg.

I called the hospital and rushed Ashlee to the emergency ward. I left Harley with a responsible woman to look after him while we were away. At the hospital we waited more than 20 minutes for the doctor to finish his popcorn before he would check Ashlee. He never touched her, nor was she undressed. The official report stated that the child couldn’t walk, ‘no other problem.

When we returned home, Harley was high-pitched screaming. The babysitter said it started more than one-and-a-half hours before. He was inconsolable. He finally screamed himself into exhaustion two hours later. I called the emergency ward. They recommended a warm bath and told me it was ‘nothing to worry about.’

For ten days Harley’s behavior changed. He barely slept, hardly ate, and seemed to be getting worse. On May 17 at 9:00 a.m., my husband got up, checked on Harley, and yelled out, ‘Bonnie, get up, call the ambulance. Harley is dead!’

The state police and county coroner arrived with the ambulance. The coroner peered into the ambulance, never examined Harley, and stated, ‘SIDS.’ Harley was then rushed away. My husband and I didn’t get to see him again for more than three days, until 1:00 p.m. on May 20 — in his coffin!

My adopted parents came to Harley’s funeral. My father (I use that term loosely) screamed out: ‘Which one of you killed my grandson?’ My husband’s family stays away; they think we should stop mourning for Harley and get on with our life.

I want to mention the following points: … (full long text Personal Stories of Vaccine Damage and Death).

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