Sat. May 21st, 2022

Parents have filed legal notice of termination and termination of a school that threatens to sue and possibly pursue GBH charges – if children get covid jabs without parental consent.

The 17 parents of children aged seven, eight and nine at Tretherras School, in Newquay, Cornwall, have signed the letter.

This fall, all children between the ages of 12 and 15 will be offered the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, and government guidance says parents will be ‘asked for consent’.

However, if it is denied and the child is considered ‘competent’, ‘the parent cannot override the decision’ and the child can ‘legally give consent’.

But parents at Cornish School have been hit back with a legal letter to the head, year leaders, protection teams and governors.

The 17 parents of children aged seven, eight and nine at Tretherras School (pictured) in Newquay, Cornwall, have issued a 'cease and desist' legal notice of a school threatening to sue and potentially prosecute GBH charges - if children receive Covid jobs without parental consent

The 17 parents of children aged seven, eight and nine at Tretherras School (pictured) in Newquay, Cornwall, have issued a ‘cease and desist’ legal notice of a school threatening to sue and potentially prosecute GBH charges – if children receive Covid jobs without parental consent

The collective believes that their children should not be given the vaccine because clinical clues are underway and there is a ‘lack of long-term data’.

The announcement says they want the school to promise not to use Gillick skills for children under 16 – where a child is considered competent to make an informed personal decision without parental consent.

The parents want the school to confirm that it will not vaccinate children without parental consent and the date of any proposed stings.

It threatens to sue if the school ‘does not satisfy my concerns’, in the letter of 26 September.

The legal letter also said they ‘will bring a case of harassment and emotional harm’ against the school should ‘further harassment from school staff over our children regarding the use of masks’.

A parent who signed the letter and has a 13-year-old boy at school said: ‘We decided as a group that our children do not need the plug.

In the autumn, all children aged 12 to 15 will be offered the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, and the government's guide says parents will be 'asked for consent' (stock photo)

In the autumn, all children aged 12 to 15 will be offered the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, and the government’s guide says parents will be ‘asked for consent’ (stock photo)

‘We feel there is no long-term data.

‘If an adult wants to make the decision to be vaccinated when a vaccine is still on trial, it’s their choice.

“But we believe that children as young as 12 cannot make that decision with full awareness of the dangers.

‘They may not have sex before 16 or smoke before 18, but they can get a vaccination that is still on trial – the school can not even give a child a spoonful of Calpol.

‘We are not anti-wax – we have all had our other jabs – we just do not believe in giving our children vaccines to try.

‘That’s why we as a group have put the school on legal notice – and have basically said’ If any of these children listed are stabbed, we’ll be seen in court ‘.’

Another parent who signed the legal notice, who has a 12-year-old son at school, said: ‘An mRNA is a medical procedure and it is difficult to find understandable information about what it does or how it works, in as opposed to the freely available and historical information about what a vaccine does.

‘There is incredibly little informed consent regarding mRNA for adults, but still only children. If an adult cannot be fully informed about an invasive medical procedure, a person under the age of 15 certainly cannot.

If it is rejected and the child is considered ‘competent’, ‘the parent cannot overrule the decision’ and the child can ‘legally give consent’. But parents at Cornish School have hit back with a legal letter to the head, year leaders, protection teams and governors (stock photo)

‘The suppliers of the substance do not yet have any evidence of what the effects of the drug will be in the medium and long term.

‘It seems that the risk-v benefit in children receiving the drug is enormously unbalanced in relation to risk.

‘Should the school or the local NHS team decide to force the children who have not given their consent to receive the drug – by comparing it to a flu shot or using peer pressure to persuade the children to change their decision – we are prepared to sue. ‘

The government announced the rollout of a vaccination program at the school for 12-15-year-olds last month.

School children between the ages of 12 and 15 will be vaccinated in the autumn after parents have been contacted for consent – but in cases where parents refuse, children may be able to give consent to themselves after being convicted of ‘Gillick – competence’.

This would allow a child under the age of 16 to give consent to himself if he is considered to have the capacity and maturity to understand what it is giving consent to and is fully aware of what it entails.

The parents who signed the legal notice said they were concerned about the long-term health consequences of the Pfizer jab.

The parents claimed that their 12-15 year old children were not able to fully appreciate potential dangers and therefore should not be able to give consent themselves, where the parents refused to give consent.

The parents who signed the legal notice said they were concerned about the long-term health consequences of the Pfizer jab (stock photo)

The parents who signed the legal notice said they were concerned about the long-term health consequences of the Pfizer jab (stock photo)

The legal notice was presented after the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI) stated the benefits of vaccinating 12-15-year-olds may not outweigh the potential harm.

The legal notice addressed to the school read: ‘The UK Government, including Public Health England, has published guidelines committing a negligent breach of law that Gillick Competency may occur in experimental COVID-19 vaccinations by emergency clearance that do not has completed clinical trials.

‘Although, in our view, Gillick competence is illegally assumed in the light of ongoing clinical trials (…), I nevertheless have parental responsibility and the right to be involved in the process of informed consent.

‘This is because the process of informed consent has the potential to create civil and criminal liability that a child under the age of 18 is not competent to bring an action.

‘The purpose of this letter is for you to cease abstaining from these injustices and the potential criminal act.

‘Medical treatment and testing without validly informed consent by causing violation of the person causing civil tort and summary criminal act of battery.

‘The accusatory acts of actual or grievous bodily harm, civil tort for wrongful

death or accusation of manslaughter can also occur if vaccine damage occurs.

‘You can be held responsible for these tortures and transgressions by making them occur.

Financial damages in the form of vaccine damage can be recovered if a tort is confirmed by the courts.

‘We will at least sue on my child’s behalf for a declaration of legal rights and or for an injunction that will require a conditional ban on vaccination and to cover my legal costs where permitted.’

A spokesman for Tretherras School said: ‘No child will be immunized in school without parental consent.

‘If there is a disagreement between parent and child, a meeting between the family and the school immunization team is convened to discuss further.’

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