Monthly Archives: March 2023

Amicus Curiae Brief to The Supreme Court of Rhode Island Filed on Behalf of Joshua Nagel by University of Notre Dame Law Professor Gerard V. Bradley, Co-Signed by “an international assembly of medical doctors, academic scientists, allied health professionals, and officers (past and present) of prestigious medical societies”

Link to the brief: Nagel Brief – Amicus Filed University of Notre Dame Law Professor Gerard V. Bradley’s brief provides a succinct medical argument against vaccination of Joshua Nagel’s healthy, previously SARS-CoV-2-infected, 5- and 8-year-old daughters. The Nagel girls have … Continue reading

Nagle v. Nagle Rhode Island Supreme Court appeal: “The pandemic is over. The irrefutable evidence is that these children are at no risk of harm from COVID, that those with natural immunity are at least as protected as those who have had the vaccine, & that there are serious questions as to the harms that the vaccine may cause.”

Link to full brief: Nagle appeal to RISC_3.8.23_Defendant Rule 12A Statement of Case final

Nagle v. Nagle: Why Rhode Island’s Supreme Court Must Affirm That Healthy Young Children with Naturally Acquired SARS-CoV-2 Immunity Don’t Need the Covid-19 Vaccine

Andrew Bostom, MD, MS and Gregory Piccirilli, Esq. February 9, 2023, the Rhode Island Supreme Court (RISC) granted divorced father Joshua Nagle’s emergency motion for a stay on covid-19 vaccination of his young daughters. When the RISC convenes to hear … Continue reading

5 year-old RI female had severe covid-19 mRNA vaccine allergy & facial nerve palsy; 9 year-old RI female had chest pain & severe allergy after covid-19 mRNA vaccine

Link to pdf of VAERS case reports filed after emergent private MD office visit (5 year old), and Emergency Department visit (9 year-old): RI VAERS 5yoF and 9yoF cases