Sep 08, 2020 at 07:23 pm

Stoller Board Hearing Update: Hearing on the 21st is going forward

Update posted by Rick Jaffe Esq

This will be the last or next to last update on the Stoller medical board case before the hearing which will take starting a week from Monday, on September 21st.

The big but expected news is that the hearing will take place by video conference, specifically, the Microsoft Teams platform.

The other big news is that anyone can listen to the hearing, but won't be able to watch it. There will be a call-in number if you want to hear any or all of it. I'll post details right before the hearing.

The board is only calling one witness, the Right Reverend a/k/a Dean Blumberg, MD, the head of pediatric infectious disease at UC Davis. He will explain how none of the 10 medical exemptions written by Dr. Stoller meet the "standard of care" because none of them comply with the CDC's ACIP guidelines for contraindications and precautions, and that there is no such thing as a permanent medical exemption for all vaccines since every vaccine is different (and the only commonality they have is that they'll all so wonderful and are god's gift to humanity, and anyone who thinks otherwise is just a crazed anti-vaccine hesitant ignorant moron. Ok so maybe I am exaggerating, but probably not by much).

In addition to Ken Stoller, Kelly Sutton, MD will testify for him about the separate standard of care which doctors like Ken and her used, to make ME decisions, way back when they were legal. We will likely call the mothers of two of the kids who received exemptions, but there will be no names revealed for privacy protection reasons.

The case should take around three days to try. It will start at 9:00 AM and with breaks should end by or before 5:00 PM each day.

If the judge and (ultimately the board) find him guilty of violating the standard of care, then the exemptions he wrote will be voided or not accepted by any school that becomes aware of the ruling against him.

If the board finds for us, then the exemptions should continue in effect.

Crunch time! If you can donate to the cause, now would be the time to do so.

Rick Jaffe, Esq.

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Ronald Bilton
Sep 14, 2020 . 06:28 am
In some of your earlier updates you explained that even if found guilty, the case can be appealed, and while in the process of appeal, the exemptions can not be voided by the schools that have already accepted them. I’m wondering if this is still a possibility or no appeal process will occur. Thank you.