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F R E E Alan R. Yurko
Request for support letters for Alan to get a new Hearing!
Update: Request has been granted, see * item below!
August 27, 2004, 6:00PM Alan Yurko is free!

Dear Members and Friends -

Please forward the following press release/article.
Permission to reprint and disseminate widely is granted and encouraged.


From the March 2003 edition of The Idaho Observer  (not posted yet...)

Judge gives state of Florida 30 days to answer Yurko's Motion for Post Conviction Relief

ORLANDO, Fla.— The Ninth Judicial Circuit In And For Orange County, Florida, entered a preliminary ruling and order in the case of Florida VS. Alan R. Yurko (CR98-1730) February 17, 2003. Circuit Judge Alan Lawson ordered the state of Florida to file an answer to Yurko's motion for post conviction relief within 30 days. This answer shall either contain matters of law or of record showing why Yurko is not entitled to relief or frame the issues the state will argue should the Court grant Yurko's motion and schedule a hearing.

In 1998, Yurko, 33, was sentenced to life without parole plus 10 years for allegedly shaking his infant son to death. Since sentencing, new evidence indicates Baby Alan died from a series of medical errors that began after he was rushed to the hospital due to adverse reactions to the series of vaccines he was given. In March, 2002, Yurko filed for post conviction relief based upon the new evidence.

Though there had been no word from the court for nearly a year, the Yurko Project, a growing coalition of international supporters, kept gathering information and pressuring local media and authorities to revisit the Yurko case.

Then, last December, two Florida men's sentences were commuted when it was discovered an incompetent medical examiner incorrectly established the deaths of the babies in their care to be SBS—shaken baby syndrome. Since the release of those two men, local media interest in Yurko's case has increased dramatically and Yurko supporters all over the world have been writing letters, sending emails and faxes, and making phone calls to those who could have a say in reopening this case.

It appears the Court responded by ordering the state to explain why post conviction relief should not be granted in this case or prepare for trial.

Yurko explained that his 100-page Motion for Post Conviction Relief was carefully constructed to limit the scope of the state's argument to the new evidence submitted. Therefore, the state must either cite lawful authority to deny relief or make a record of their refutation of the claims made in the motion.

"It is our legal team's contention that the state will not be able to refute the facts either with law or the record. The next step will be up to Judge Lawson, who will review the state's answer for merit and decide whether or not an evidentiary hearing is warranted," said Yurko.

There is also a possibility, however slight, that the judge will vacate Alan's judgment and sentence and order his immediate release.
The most likely outcome is that an evidentiary hearing will be scheduled at which time Yurko will be transported back to Orlando and the evidence, witnesses, and testimony will be heard in court. Should Judge Lawson deny Yurko relief in this case, his decision can be appealed to Florida District Court.

Yurko is one of hundreds, possibly thousands of innocent parents who have been imprisoned for SBS which has replaced sudden infant death syndrome as a cover for medical malpractice in the contraindicated administration of routine childhood vaccinations.

Medical evidence strongly indicates that one cause of Baby Alan's death was due to the administration of six routine vaccinations at the age of two months, despite being born premature and having a multitude of health problems contraindicating the administration of vaccines. In fact, the particular lot of DTaP vaccine Baby Alan was given happened to be the number one hottest lot out of 810 reported "hot" vaccine lots reported to the national Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.

Other medical bungling contributing to Baby Alan's death include excessive doses of therapeutic medications leading to the SBS diagnosis. For example, when Alan Yurko rushed Baby Alan to the hospital due to "cardiac arrest and apnea", he was given extremely high doses of sodium bicarbonate and 8.8 times the amount of heparin recommended for an infant. This caused bleeding of the brain and all the other symptoms that were misdiagnosed as SBS.

Furthermore, of the more than two dozen autopsy mistakes, the following stand out:
1) The autopsy report listed Baby Alan as black when he is white;
2) Baby Alan's head was listed on the autopsy report as being 22 cm. His head was 31.5 cm. at birth;
3) the report listed Baby Alan as 8 weeks old when he was in fact 10 weeks old;
4) Baby Alan's internal organs were "harvested" for transplants to other infants prior to autopsy. Although the preamble in the autopsy report notes this fact, several pages into the report is a detailed examination of Baby Alan's myocardium (heart tissue).

If Yurko's sentence is commuted, a convincing precedent will have been set and other innocent parents may be released from prison.

Note From Alan Yurko:
The state will likely file for extension of time to answer. The appeal is complex and contains 660 pages of pleadings, briefs and exhibits. The motion can be viewed at However, it is likely that by April 17, 2003, we will have the state's response. We will post all court action documents on the website. Yurko Project webservant Peter Tocci is being posted the recent actions now and we will post the link to all via email once online.

This action is not only the end to an 11-month wait for the courts to begin the process, but it is also a somewhat significant victory. The vast majority of these appeals are summarily denied. This was a very real concern for us, which would have meant a costly appeal to the appeal that would have dragged out possibly for another year. It is possible we can still be denied, however, this will be difficult considering our claims cannot be refuted by law, or by the record, with any merit. If we are denied, we will appeal the decision to the District Courts. The fact that we were not summarily denied hints that we are being taken seriously.

It is imperative that the letters we've asked all to write start pouring in. The following link is a form letter:

This is it folks! The wheels are turning and we need all the support we can get. If you want to get active but aren't sure what to do, email us or write Alan at:

Alan R. Yurko X13917
Century Correctional Institution
400 Tedder Rd.
Century, FL 32535 USA

Mrs. Francine Yurko
The YurkoProject
Po Box 585965
Orlando, FL 32858-5965 USA
Tel/Fx (407) 291-4344 (no 'o' in wrld)

Final Note: The Yurko Project is in desperate need of funds in order for the upcoming trial to have the successful outcome we are anticipating. The cost of providing round trip plane tickets, hotel rooms, and professional fees for many of the expert witnesses is overwhelming. Mrs. Francine Yurko has calculated that if ALL of us who are listed on the Yurko Project's website as supporters were to each donate $20 to the Yurko Project, there would be just enough monies to cover the mounting legal expenses and costs of a successful trial. Since there are many lay people and those who are running non-profit associations at the expense of the basic necessities of life, we are asking medical professionals to consider sending $100 earmarked for the upcoming Yurko Trial to The Yurko Project at the above address. Your financial support is imperative for the success of this trial AND the success of THE precedent-setting case for dismantling our current demise into "Medical Armageddon".

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   We URGENTLY need all persons receiving this email to write and/or fax our State Attorneys. We are following a surge of media attention to ask the State Attorneys to reexamine the case of Florida vs. Alan R. Yurko in light of new evidence.

   The case no. is CR98-1730. Please let us know when you have done so. Sending us a copy via email or mail of the letter would be gr eatly appreciated as we can forward it to our Attorney for file reference. We believe this will get the wheels turning. We want letters and fax es to come from laypersons and professionals in all manners and forms. We must FLOOD them with requests.

   Please get each individual in your sphere of influence to send one and please do so as soon as possible -time is of the essence. We believe this will give us the catalyst to bring this case to a head.

   Please read this recent article: below addresses
and ask members of your organizations to do so as well. We need BOTH State Attorneys to receive the letters (you can use the same letter for both).
Thank You! Most Grateful ~Francine Yurko

Lawson Lamar
Office of the State Attorney
9th Judicial Circuit of Florida
PO Box 1673
Orlando, Florida 32802
407.836.2400 Phone
407.836.2499 Fax
international code (+001)

Charles Crist
Office of Attorney General
State of Florida The Capitol, Room PL 01
Tallahassee Florida 32399-1050
850.487.1963 Phone
850.487.2564 Fax
Hello Again,
I just wanted to touch base to request that if you receive a reply from our State Attorneys, in re the letters you've written on behalf of Alan Yurko, that you forward it to me for our records.

We have recently discovered that Asst Deputy Atty General Carolyn Snurkowski is responding on behalf of State Atty Crist and she is basically just blowing us off. We are concerned that our letters may not even be reaching Atty Crist in light of her response. So we need to track any/all responses that we can.
Thank You for your assistance ~Francine

Francine Yurko (NMW)
...Alan Yurko was wrongfully sentenced to serve life + ten years for the death of his baby boy as a cover for what has since been discovered to be and can be proved to be medical malpractice. This could happen to any one of us.
Please find out more...get involved!
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Editor of Idaho Observer urges support for Alan

    Yurko Project Supporters:

For those who receive this missive and are familiar with the Yurko case, be advised that a tidal wave is gaining momentum and will inevitably come crashing down around those who put Alan in prison for life (plus 10 years) as a cover for contraindicated vaccine-induced medical malpractice. The likelihood that Alan will be released without what would prove to be an embarrassing and extremely high-profile trial is increasing by day.

Those who are not familiar with the Yurko case, read the article below and/or visit the Yurko Project website at

From inside the walls of a prison Alan has managed to pull an international coalition of esteemed supporters - scientists, physicians and lay persons - together. Now it’s up to Alan’s supporters on the outside to bring the travesty of his wrongful conviction and life sentence to a just resolution.

Following is a recent article from The Orlando Weekly. It states that Alan believes his conviction was based upon an improper and legally deficient investigation into the cause of Baby Alan’s death. Alan’s belief happens to be supported by the man who conducted the investigation.

Action plan:
*Read the article below and understand that those who put Alan in prison are extremely vulnerable at this time.
*Write a letter to the state attorney general (address provided below) requesting that case no. CR98-1730, Florida vs. Alan R. Yurko be reopened (a sample letter is provided below, simply download and print one, sign and date it).
*Put letter into a stamped envelope addressed to the Florida state attorney general.

We intend to flood the state attorney general with letters from all over the world and force this case to be reopened and reexamined. We want Alan’s sentence commuted immediately or that he be released from prison pending the outcome of a new trial.

The importance of Alan’s case cannot be overstated. If the machine Alan has built from his prison cell successfully secures his release from prison, it will then be empowered to secure the release of potentially hundreds of other innocent parents currently serving life sentences as a cover for vaccine-induced medical malpractice.

It should also be noted that receipt of hundreds of form letters are often taken more seriously than the same number of individually submitted letters. Those in political office have a tendency to view 2,000 individual letters as 2,000 isolated voices in the wilderness whereas 2,000 copies of the same form letter is understood to be an organized effort that demands attention.

Thank you for your help in this matter. It is my closely held belief that the Yurko case could expose the international mass vaccination agenda and bring an end to the use of human subjects for medical experimentation.

Don Harkins
The Idaho Observer

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New Evidence

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By Bob Whitby
Published 1/23/03

In February 1999, Orlando resident Alan Yurko, then 29, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for shaking his 10-week-old son to death. An autopsy revealed that the baby, also named Alan, had blood in his retina and a subdural hematoma (blood-filled swelling in the brain). Taken together, the findings were offered as proof by the prosecution that baby Alan died from violent shaking. A jury convicted Yurko of first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse in less than four hours.

Orange-Osceola chief medical examiner Dr. Shashi Gore performed the autopsy that served as the centerpiece of the conviction. It seemed like an open-and-shut case.

But in March 2001, Yurko filed a petition for a new trial. Among other things, he contends that Gore's autopsy report was riddled with mistakes, and that Gore didn't have enough background on the case to determine exactly what killed the baby.

What's surprising about the appeal is that Gore admitted the errors and omissions in court.

At the original trial, Yurko's lawyer, Junior Barrett, questioned Gore on the procedure for diagnosing Shaken Baby Syndrome.

"Isn't it a fact that on the Shaken Baby Syndrome theory, in order to make a determination you have to get [the child's] history from the caretaker?" asked Barrett.

"Yes," Gore answered.

"Caretaker in this case would have been Mr. Yurko, isn't that correct?"


"Did you get any history from Mr. Yurko?"


Gore also testified that he didn't speak with the baby's mother, Francine Ream, and that he wasn't even sure anyone from his office got the baby's medical records.

"Let's not deal with probability," Barrett asked. "Did an investigator from your office get the medical records of this child's birth from the hospital where the child was born?"

"Yeah, I don't know," answered Gore. "I'm not a hundred percent certain."

In his autopsy report, Gore listed baby Alan as a black infant when in fact both of his parents are white. "Yeah, that's a typographical probably," said Gore in testimony. (The report has apparently been corrected to reflect the correct race.) He also got the circumference of the child's head wrong. According to medical records, baby Yurko's head was 31.5 centimeters a week after birth. A two-month checkup put the baby's head at 32.5 centimeters. But in his autopsy Gore listed the baby's head circumference at 22 centimeters.

The most puzzling discrepancy in Gore's report has to do with the baby's internal organs.

Shortly after baby Alan died, Ream donated his organs. Gore writes about the empty chest cavity in his final autopsy report: "It is noted that the heart, liver with gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, mesenteric lymph nodes and parts of the small intestine are surgically absent as a result of harvesting."

In court, however, he testified that he "removed the anterior part of the entire chest bone and then we removed the heart, lungs and all the organs ... ."

Contacted for this story, Gore agreed that the difference in head measurements between the autopsy report and his testimony is "quite a large discrepancy." As to who removed the child's organs, he stands by the autopsy report. "It is very clearly written here that the organs had been removed," he says.

Gore made headlines in November after an investigation revealed he was doing private work on county time, a practice he openly condemned. County administrators considered firing him, until they realized only the state can discipline medical examiners.

Had Gore checked the baby's medical records, he would have found that Ream's pregnancy was complicated with gestational diabetes and recurring infections. Baby Alan was born premature and underweight, suffering from respiratory problems and severe jaundice. When vaccinated at 8 weeks old, he developed a fever that lasted longer than a week.

An expert witness for the defense, Dr. Douglas Shanklin of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, testified that his examination of the child's medical history and autopsy report led him to conclude that baby Alan died of a long-standing brain infection. "I don't think there is injury involved in the final event," Shanklin said. "I think it is a totally natural process."

Alan Yurko is in prison at the Century Correctional Institution north of Pensacola waiting to hear whether or not he will be granted a new trial. This is his second appeal.

Meanwhile, Ream is spearheading a campaign to free her husband. She has a website,, and a firm belief that her baby died of complications from the vaccinations. She's convinced Alan Yurko is innocent.

The article above can be found online at

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Two Letters in Support of Alan R. Yurko

[Note Francine Yurko's Request for Email Copies
Email To:]



Lawson Lamar
Office of the State Attorney
9th Judicial Circuit of Florida
PO Box 1673
Orlando, Florida 32802

Reference: case CR98-1730, Florida vs. Alan R. Yurko

          Subject: New evidence, new hearing.

Dear Sir:
I am familiar with the Yurko case indicated above. Yurko claims that an improper investigation into the death of his infant son led to his conviction and subsequent life sentence for “shaking” his baby to death. The original medical examiner himself, who testified for the prosecution, supports Yurko’s claims by admitting that he committed procedural errors and was not qualified to conduct an expert analysis of Alan’s case.

Yurko’s claims are further supported by the published work of world-renowned physicians and scientists who have concluded he is innocent of the crimes for which he is currently imprisoned. Please consider this letter as a request that CR98-1730 be reopened and that the state of Florida provide Yurko with a fair and impartial rehearing of the facts that resulted in the death of Baby Alan. Thanking you in advance for your time and consideration.

Sincerely Yours,
Phone No.

CC: Charles Crist, Office of Attorney General
      State of Florida The Capitol, Room PL 01
      Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050

Same content, different Addresses



Charles Crist
Office of Attorney General
State of Florida The Capitol, Room PL 01
Tallahassee Florida 32399-1050

Reference: case CR98-1730, Florida vs. Alan R. Yurko

          Subject: New evidence, new hearing.

Dear Sir:
I am familiar with the Yurko case indicated above. Yurko claims that an improper investigation into the death of his infant son led to his conviction and subsequent life sentence for “shaking” his baby to death. The original medical examiner himself, who testified for the prosecution, supports Yurko’s claims by admitting that he committed procedural errors and was not qualified to conduct an expert analysis of Alan’s case.

Yurko’s claims are further supported by the published work of world-renowned physicians and scientists who have concluded he is innocent of the crimes for which he is currently imprisoned. Please consider this letter as a request that CR98-1730 be reopened and that the state of Florida provide Yurko with a fair and impartial rehearing of the facts that resulted in the death of Baby Alan. Thanking you in advance for your time and consideration.

Sincerely Yours,
Phone No.

CC: Lawson Lamar, Office of the State Attorney
      9th Judicial Circuit of Florida
      PO Box 1673
      Orlando, Florida 32802

April 2, 2003 - Update -

April 2, 2003 - This news updates the 30 days to answer information printed elsewhere.

Press Release:

Orlando, FL Circuit Judge Alan Lawson granted a 60 day extension for The State of Florida to rebut the appeal of Alan R. Yurko, convicted of 1st Degree Murder in the death of his son. Yurko claims that bad vaccines and massive hospital drug overdoses given to his premature, ill-healthed son caused his death in late 1997. Yurko further claims that his son's autopsy was crossed-contaminated with data and tissues from another case and has an armada of medical experts and records to prove his innocence. Additionally, numerous trial errors are cited in Yurko's Motion For Post Conviction Relief.

Ironically, a recently released internal investigation of Shashi Gore, MD, District 9 Chief Medical Examiner, who performed Yurko's autopsy, found that hundreds of cases have been cross-contaminated dating back to 1994, and that Gore has not been a board certified forensic pathologist since 1996. Click here for details: Shashi Gore Investigation .

Assistant State Attorney Dick Juknath asked the courts for the extension citing the voluminousness of Yurko's appeal and a "barrage" of materials and letters sent from hundreds of Yurko's supporters worldwide. Juknath has until May 14th, 2003 to file The States rebuttal.

Meanwhile, The Yurko camp gains momentum in the media and medicolegal arena whilst continuing to help other families faced with false allegations. The Yurko website posts all appeal updates and exhaustive details of the case and medicolegal issues that surround it. The YurkoProject urgently needs your financial assistance now to help pay for the massive costs of justice -Every Bit Counts!

Stay Tuned For More To Come...

March 27, 2003 - Update -
Important Case Development. The Yurko Project Orlando

An interesting development in The Yurko Case is now posted at this link:

In brief, The Orlando /Orange County Medical Examiner that has come under scrutiny for over twenty discrepancies and irregularities as well as falsities, including the cross-contamination of tissues and data in the Yurko case, is under greater scrutiny by county and state officials. Dr Sashi Gore is responsible for the cross-contamination and mix-up of hundreds of other cases according to a recently released internal investigation. It appears that the autopsy errors in the Yurko case are par for the course as far as Gore is concerned and the Yurko case is far from an isolated incident. The Yurko appeal is now before the courts:

To read a professional toxicology/pathology review which details the Yurko autopsy errors see this link:

Anguished family requests new trial
March 27, 2003


Anguished family requests new trial

By Amy C. Rippel | Sentinel Staff Writer
Posted March 27, 2003

An Orlando man serving a life sentence for shaking his infant son to death is seeking a new trial, saying Orange County Medical Examiner Shashi Gore blundered the child's autopsy -- including misidentifying the child's race and age.

Alan Yurko, who is gaining international supporters, suggests the sickly 10-week-old boy, Alan Ream-Yurko, died in 1997 after an adverse reaction to a routine vaccination.

Gore's autopsy found that the child died from shaken-baby syndrome.

Yurko, 33, has filed a motion for a new trial in Orange County, partially based on what Yurko said are mistakes made by Gore. Earlier this month, a judge ordered prosecutors to outline their position on the issues in the motion. The response will take at least two months.

In the autopsy report, Gore, among other things, described an organ he never examined and misidentified the baby's race and age, according to court transcripts and the autopsy report.

Yurko's allegations are the latest to hit the beleaguered medical examiner, who earlier this year faced ethical questions for doing work for private clients while being paid by taxpayers in Orange and Osceola counties.

Yurko, convicted in 1999, has maintained his innocence from the start.

Francine Yurko, Alan's Yurko's wife and the baby's mother, and a group of international supporters calling themselves The Free Yurko Project insist the man did not kill the baby. Orange County courts haven't determined whether Yurko will get a new trial.

"If I thought for one second that man could have done something to my child, he would have been lucky for the police to get to him first before me," said Francine Yurko, 32. "I know Alan like I know my own kid. Alan can't lie to me. There's no way he could have kept this from me."

Alan Yurko's supporters have donated more than $25,000 to pay for lawyers, investigators and experts to build a defense, Alan Yurko said. He also said he has amassed evidence that Gore made several "discrepancies/mistakes and egregious misrepresentations" in the autopsy report and during his testimony at trial.

They include:

Detailing the condition of the child's heart in the autopsy report, when the organ had been donated before the autopsy.

Noting in the autopsy report the child's head circumference was 22 centimeters, when the medical records prior to death show his head size as 37.5 centimeters.

Identifying the baby as a 2-month-old black male. Alan, who was white, was 10 weeks old at death. The autopsy report was later changed to indicate the baby's correct race.

Francine Yurko said neither she nor her husband was aware of the inconsistencies in the autopsy report until after his conviction. Gore referred questions to the State Attorney's Office, which prosecuted Yurko. Randy Means, spokesman for the state attorney, would not comment on the specifics of Yurko's appeal.

"We feel confident with the results of Dr. Gore's investigation, autopsy and his report," Means said.

Francine Yurko said her son had health problems from birth. The baby spent the first few days of life under the close scrutiny of doctors for respiratory and breathing problems, kidney problems and jaundice.

After he was released from the hospital, the problems continued for weeks. The child was diagnosed with "failure to thrive" and apnea, Francine Yurko said.

On Nov 11, 1997, 8-week-old Alan was given six routine vaccinations simultaneously. Within 24 hours, the baby became fussy with a fever and diarrhea. That continued for 10 days, Francine Yurko said.

After Francine Yurko left for work on Nov. 24, 1997, Alan Yurko said the baby stopped breathing. Alan Yurko rushed the baby to the hospital, where he later died. Alan Yurko was arrested days later and convicted of shaking the baby to death.

Once in prison, Alan Yurko -- who is currently at Century Correctional Institution near Pensacola -- began reviewing his child's medical records. After checking databases of adverse vaccination reactions collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration, Alan Yurko said he determined that his boy was given a "hot lot" vaccine -- an immunization from a lot that has caused adverse reactions or deaths.

Yurko said the information showed that five other child deaths were associated the vaccine lot given to his son. But a key piece of information -- the number of doses in any vaccination lot -- is not available under FDA regulations. It's considered proprietary information, making it impossible to get an accurate comparison of adverse reactions between the lots.

"If you can't get the number of vials in a vaccine lot; it's very difficult to compare reactively lot to lot," said Barbara Loe Fisher, president and co-founder of the Virginia-based National Vaccine Information Center.

The FDA, which oversees vaccinations, has the authority to recall problematic vaccine lots, but the lot used on Alan has not been recalled, FDA officials said.

Toxicologist Robin McFee, who is not connected to the case, said vaccines don't cause the same brain trauma seen in shaken-baby syndrome cases. Mostly, children suffer arm pain or swelling from the injection. In more severe cases, there are headaches, fever and seizures.

"People blame vaccines for a whole host of things. Tragic as they [reactions] are, they are incredibly rare," said McFee, an assistant professor of preventive medicine at Nova Southeastern University's College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale. "In the world of reality, you would have a hard time proving to me that this vaccine caused this child's death."

California toxicologist Mohammed Al-Bayati, hired by Yurko to review his case, said he has the proof. In a 78-page report, Al-Bayati said the vaccines given to Alan ultimately led to cardiac arrest. The adverse vaccine reaction, he said, was compounded by a number of mistakes made by physicians treating the child in the final hours of life.

"There is no shaken-baby syndrome," he said.

Even before the request for a new trial was filed, the Yurkos were working with dozens of supporters, many of whom are anti-vaccination, to mount a defense. In doing so, the Free Yurko Project emerged. The group's Web site lists dozens of supporters worldwide, including holistic doctors, parents whose children have had adverse reactions to vaccinations and a prison ministry.

There's a link on the site to donate directly from a credit card. And the group is also selling T-shirts that say "Free Alan Yurko" on the front, and "Vaccination: Don't Be A Victim" on the back for $12.

Sandie Carlin, who runs a New Zealand group for victims of vaccine injuries, said she has seen many people wrongly convicted in vaccine-injury cases.

"The fact is there is not enough research into the long-term effects of vaccines, the damage, reactions, how they affect all the body's systems," she said from her New Zealand home. "I do believe him. I just know it inside."

Amy C. Rippel can be reached at or 407-420-5736. Hank Curtis contributed to this report.

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For your information:
URL for:
Alan Yurko, Sherri Tenpenny, and others scheduled to speak 12-13 Nov 2004...

Shaken Baby/Impact Syndrome: Flawed Concepts and Misdiagnoses

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