A government website scrubbed some data about vaccines.

The government agency in charge of posting updated information about court cases involving vaccinations has suddenly and inexplicably removed some data about court adjudications, leaving some to wonder: Are the feds trying to hide the fact vaccination plaintiffs are winning their injury suits?

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Former CBS investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson found in March, “the federal government removed the latest vaccine injury court statistics – more than a year’s worth of data – from one of its publicly reported charts … an abrupt departure from the normal practice of updating the figures monthly.”

The data scrub means the government’s “adjudication” chart no longer shows the most recent statistics – and that information drop comes as more and more plaintiffs alleging their children were harmed by vaccines are winning their cases, Attkisson said.

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“Since January of 2014, twice as many victims have won court decisions than the previous eight years combined,” she wrote on her personal website. “In these court decisions, a judge ruled the evidence showed vaccines ‘more likely than not’ caused the plaintiff’s injuries.”

Attkisson also reported the government has simultaneously “conceded” more cases brought by plaintiffs than usual – up by 55 percent in the past year.

But “as a result of the recent website changes, neither of these trends is reflected” on the government’s chart any longer, she wrote.

The data and chart are normally posted on the Health Resources and Services Administration’s government vaccine court website, an offshoot of the Department of Health and Human Services.


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