NEW ZEALAND … Lawyer Sue Grey’s letter to the nz government addressing concerns regarding the Covid Vaccine

NEW ZEALAND … Lawyer Sue Grey’s letter to the nz government addressing concerns regarding the Covid Vaccine

This is an email that I found on Facebook, sent to Haylee Isaacs, Personal Secretary to the Minister for COVID-19 Response, Chris Hipkins.

From: Sue Grey <suegreylawyer@gmail.com>

Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2021, 12:04

Subject: Fwd: FW: URGENT – First NZ COVID-19 Vaccine Death?

To: Haylee Isaacs <Haylee.Isaacs@parliament.>

Cc: Phil Knipe <Phil.Knipe@health.govt.nz>, <david.parker@parliament.govt.>, Jeremy Prebble <jeremy.prebble@crownlaw.govt.>

Hi Haylee

Thank you for your acknowledgement of my email.

There is no suggestion that the claim the deceased woman had been vaccinated was incorrect. The editor’s, footnote only claims that the vaccine was not linked to the death. That claim, which morphed several times over the weekend, is very surprising, as the information released to date, the ongoing heavy police presence and police advice that testing is ongoing, indicates there is no obvious cause of the sudden and unexplained death of this high profile apparently until then healthy woman who was planning to go to the gym in the morning.

Why the Pfizer vaccine must be treated as a possible cause of death

As you know, the Pfizer Vaccine uses novel mRNA technology, and has only provisional consent for the treatment of a limited number of patients.

Medsafe’s 58 questions flagged some very important information that is needed before any assessment of safety can properly be made.

The clinical (safety) trials will not be complete until 2023.

Nobody knows the full extent of what physical or mental harm this novel vaccine may cause in the short, medium or long term.

What we do know is:

1) that the vaccine uses the novel mRNA technology to code for the S protein.

2) Published research shows the S Protein can cause an array of Covid-like symptoms – including changes to heart cell and blood cell function.

3) Medsafe has identified the risk that damaged fragments of mRNA may accidentally code for different proteins. The minimal vaccinator training and the need to mix the vaccine very carefully rather than shake it (unlike other vaccines) – compound this risk.

4) There have been many thousands of post-vax deaths reported to the VAERS and other international websites from various novel Co-Vax, including from blood clots, heart attacks and neurological harm.

While it is accepted that some may be coincidental, the great majority are reported to occur within 3 days of the vaccine. If the deaths were all coincidental you would expect them to be evenly spread over the 28 day reporting period.

5) Authorities in Europe and Australia have identified and acted on concerns that the AstraZeneca vaccine may cause blood clots – resulting in it being stood down for at least younger people.

6) Chinese authorities have previously raised doubts about the Pfizer vaccine, now they have also questioned their own vaccine.

7) Many overseas countries have had peaks in Covid cases and deaths AFTER introducing their vaccination programme. In most cases they vaccinate the elderly first. Fortunately our elderly have been protected for now.

Why the rush to vaccinate?

Nobody can properly claim that the Pfizer vaccine prevents infection or transmission.

At best it may reduce the likelihood for severe symptoms for a limited period of time, from some strains of coronavirus.

I note that another vaccinated person tested positive in NZ today. In response the Prime Minister was reported as saying the vaccine may not prevent a subsequent infection with Covid. Many experts say the vaccine can cause positive Covid test results.

It is already accepted that the vaccine does not prevent infection or transmission and at best it may reduce the severity of cases or lead to asymptomatic cases.

This means it may potentially increase the spread of Covid by those who have no obvious symptoms and do not know they are spreading it.

The importance that claims about the vaccine are lawful and honest or there can be no informed consent.

It is extremely important that a lawful, responsible, honest and precautionary approach is taken to the rollout of this experimental treatment. The public must be given accurate information to enable informed decisions to be made, including about alternatives. The government response to date has been grossly deficient in this regard- including by tag lines which overstate the benefits and ignore safe and effective alternatives. 

The NZ government “eliminated” the virus for New Zealand. There is no urgency with this experimental vaccine.

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The sad and sudden death of Pauline Hanna the night after she was reported as receiving her second vaccine has highlighted the many public concerns about the approval and roll out of the Pfizer vax, and the enormous yet avoidable risks if the vaccine does have unknown adverse effects.

The need for trust in government

New Zealanders should be entitled to trust and rely on advice from our government, and be confident that the government will act lawfully, reasonably and in their best interests. To date information shared in your PR campaign (accurately described by the Prime Minister as propaganda) has been grossly unbalanced.

Thinking New Zealanders are not happy with the pressure to be guinea pigs, or with the misleading and deceptive claims that this vaccine is “safe and effective” when the evidence is that it is not. Nor are they happy to compromise their own body sovereignty under threats of losing their employment. Over 300 people (including nurses, police and other public servants) attended an Employment Webinar at 8pm last night despite the very short notice.

An important opportunity

This sad death (whatever its cause) has created an important opportunity for the government to URGENTLY reflect, separate dogma from sound science and policy, and review all options with an open mind.

We have some incredible expertise and some much more orthodox and safer alternative solutions for enhancing immunity than a novel experimental mRNA vaccine.

It is important that the government starts to listen to advice outside its own chamber..

I’m in the final stages of preparing court documents which will be filed and served as soon as possible (unless of course the government addresses the outstanding concerns and an agreement can be reached before then). I’m happy to share the medical affidavit now if that would assist.

My client’s strong preference would be for the government to review the evidence, and suspend the rollout of this vaccine to allow time for this death to be fully investigated and reported on, all the 58 questions to be answered and for the clinical trials to be completed.

Thank you in anticipation of your prompt attention

Kind regards

Sue Grey LLB(Hons), BSc (Biochemistry & Microbiology), RSHDipPHI

I had to search to find out who Haylee Issacs is.:

In doing so I found the following, a very specific request for information under the Official Information Act to the Prime Minster See the horseshit that came back.  It gives new definition to the word unhelpful.

Undetected community transmission

Ryan Potts made this Official Information request to Jacinda Ardern

From: Ryan Potts

Dear Jacinda Ardern,

Please disclose any advice and reports you have received concerning the possibility of undetected community transmission of Covid-19 in New Zealand since February 2020.

Yours faithfully,

Ryan Potts

Link to this

From: Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern

Kia ora

Thank you for taking the time to get in touch with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

If you are writing about an issue relating to COVID-19, mental health, Immigration, housing or benefit assistance, here’s a list of links that
you might find helpful:

For queries around Managed Isolation availability  and/or exemptions:
miq.govt.nz

If you are overseas and need assistance please contact your nearest NewZealand Embassy or Consulate. Contact details are listed in each
destination page on the SafeTravel website: 
[1]https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/news/covi…
  . For urgent consular assistance after-hours please contact +64 99 20 2020 (monitored 24 hours a day).

 

For immigration and visa advice: contact the call centre which is open 6:00am Monday to midnight on Saturday (NZT).
[2] https://www.immigration.govt.nz/contact  

For urgent housing or benefit enquiries:

∙             Call 0800 559 009 (for under 65)

∙             Call 0800 552 002 (for over 65)

 
If you need treatment or support for your health or wellbeing, thefollowing options are available.

 
Healthline – You can call Healthline for health advice on freephone 0800 611 116 at any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Healthline staff
can advise you on the best thing to do in your situation, including which services are near you and open.

 
1737 – If you need to talk to someone about how you are feeling, you can call or text 1737 for free at any time to talk to a trained counsellor.

Mental health crisis teams – If you are concerned that someone is going tohurt themselves or someone else, you can call your local mental health
crisis team. A full list of numbers is available here:

[3]www.health.govt.nz/your-health/services-and-support/health-care-services/mental-health-services/crisis-assessment-teams

 

For Police assistance In an emergency call 111.

For everything else use 105.

You can also make a report online at 105.police.govt.nz 

We hope that one of the above links helps answer your question, if not we
will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you again

Office of the Prime Minister

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1. https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/news/covi…
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From: Arna Thornton

Dear Ryan Potts

I am writing on behalf of the Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, to acknowledge receipt of your Official Information request.

Your request will be responded to under the provisions of the Official Information Act 1982.

Yours sincerely

Arna Thornton
Office of the Prime Minister

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From: J Ardern (MIN) Jacinda Ardern –

Kia ora Ryan

Thank you for your Official Information Act request of 23 February 2021,your request was for:

“any advice and reports you have received concerning the possibility of undetected community transmission of Covid-19 in New Zealand since
February 2020.”

This Office holds a large volume of advice and reporting relating to COVID-19, and this reporting will in part relate to the risk of possible community transmission. As such, I believe it would require a significant amount of time on to research and collate material relevant to your
request.

 
I am emailing at this stage to see if you would be willing to refine your request, perhaps by specifying search terms that would reduce the volume of information we would need to search through, identifying the source of the reports/advice you are interest in, or by a narrow timeframe for which
documents may be received?

 
If you are going to refine your request, please get back to us by Wednesday 10 March 2021 . If we have not heard from you by this date, we
will consider your request as it is currently framed, and it is likely to be declined under section 18(f) of the Official Information Act 1982. You
can contact us by return email to: [1][email address].

 
Ngâ mihi

Private Secretary (Executive Support)

Office of the Prime Minister

Authorised by Rt. Hon Jacinda Ardern MP, Parliament Buildings, Wellington

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From: Ryan Potts –

To whom it may concern,

Thank you for the opportunity to refine my request. I propose the timeframe of 14 February-5 March 2021.

I’m seeking any offical reports or briefing material that include reference to the subject of undetected community transmission, particularly in relation to the “Valentine’s Day” cluster.

Yours sincerely,

Ryan Potts

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From: Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern –

Kia ora

Thank you for taking the time to get in touch with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

If you are writing about an issue relating to COVID-19, mental health,Immigration, housing or benefit assistance, here’s a list of links thatyou might find helpful:

For queries around Managed Isolation availability  and/or exemptions:miq.govt.nz

If you are overseas and need assistance please contact your nearest NewZealand Embassy or Consulate. Contact details are listed in eachdestination page on the SafeTravel website: 
[1]https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/news/covi…

For urgent consular assistance after-hours please contact +64 99 20 2020 (monitored 24 hours a day).

For immigration and visa advice: contact the call centre which is open 6:00am Monday to midnight on Saturday (NZT).
[2]https://www.immigration.govt.nz/contact  

For urgent housing or benefit enquiries:

∙             Call 0800 559 009 (for under 65)

∙             Call 0800 552 002 (for over 65)

 
If you need treatment or support for your health or wellbeing, thefollowing options are available.

Healthline – You can call Healthline for health advice on freephone 0800611 116 at any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Healthline staff
can advise you on the best thing to do in your situation, including whichservices are near you and open.

1737 – If you need to talk to someone about how you are feeling, you cancall or text 1737 for free at any time to talk to a trained counsellor.

Mental health crisis teams – If you are concerned that someone is going tohurt themselves or someone else, you can call your local mental health
crisis team. A full list of numbers is available here:
[3] www.health.govt.nz/your-health/services-and-support/health-care-services/mental-health-services/crisis-assessment-teams

For Police assistance In an emergency call 111.

For everything else use 105.

You can also make a report online at 105.police.govt.nz 

We hope that one of the above links helps answer your question, if not we
will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you again

Office of the Prime Minister
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References

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1. https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/news/covi…
2. https://www.immigration.govt.nz/contact
3. http://www.health.govt.nz/your-health/se…

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From: J Ardern (MIN) Jacinda Ardern –

Tēnā koe

Thank you for your email of 9 March 2021 refining your OIA request, we appreciate you taking the time to clarify this.

Can I please confirm if you are requesting information from the Prime Minister and her Office, or are you seeking information that the Government holds in general in relation to the subject of undetected community transmission, in particular in relation to the Valentines day cluster?

Ngā mihi

Private Secretary (Executive Support)
Office of the Prime Minister
Authorised by Rt. Hon Jacinda Ardern MP, Parliament Buildings, Wellington

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Link to this

From: Ryan Potts –

To whom it may concern,

I’m specifically asking for information provided to the Prime Minister’s Office.

Yours sincerely,

Ryan Potts

Link to this

From: Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern –

Kia ora

Thank you for taking the time to get in touch with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

 
If you are writing about an issue relating to COVID-19, mental health,Immigration, housing or benefit assistance, here’s a list of links that
you might find helpful:

 For queries around Managed Isolation availability  and/or exemptions:
miq.govt.nz

 If you are overseas and need assistance please contact your nearest NewZealand Embassy or Consulate. Contact details are listed in each
destination page on the SafeTravel website: 

[1]https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/news/covi…

  . For urgent consular assistance after-hours please contact +64 99 20 2020 (monitored 24 hours a day).

For immigration and visa advice: contact the call centre which is open 6:00am Monday to midnight on Saturday (NZT).
[2] https://www.immigration.govt.nz/contact  

For urgent housing or benefit enquiries:

∙             Call 0800 559 009 (for under 65)

∙             Call 0800 552 002 (for over 65)

If you need treatment or support for your health or wellbeing, the following options are available.

Healthline – You can call Healthline for health advice on freephone 0800611 116 at any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Healthline staff
can advise you on the best thing to do in your situation, including whichservices are near you and open.

1737 – If you need to talk to someone about how you are feeling, you can
call or text 1737 for free at any time to talk to a trained counsellor.

Mental health crisis teams – If you are concerned that someone is going tohurt themselves or someone else, you can call your local mental health
crisis team. A full list of numbers is available here:

[3] www.health.govt.nz/your-health/services-and-support/health-care-services/mental-health-services/crisis-assessment-teams

For Police assistance In an emergency call 111.

For everything else use 105.

You can also make a report online at 105.police.govt.nz 

We hope that one of the above links helps answer your question, if not we
will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you again

Office of the Prime Minister
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References

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1. https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/news/covi…
2. https://www.immigration.govt.nz/contact
3. http://www.health.govt.nz/your-health/se…

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From: J Ardern (MIN) – Jacinda Ardern –


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Tēnā koe

On behalf of Raj Nahna, I attach a letter in response to your OIA request.

 

Ngā mihi

 Private Secretary (Executive Support)

Office of the Prime Minister

Authorised by Rt. Hon Jacinda Ardern MP, Parliament Buildings, Wellington

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Jacinda Ardern –


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Kia ora

Thank you for your request for official information received 23 March 2021 for:

“I’m seeking any officials reports or briefing material that include reference to the subject of undetected community transmission, particularly in relation to the “Valentine’s Day” cluster”

The Ministry’s reference number for your request is: H202103376.

As required under the Official Information Act 1982 we will endeavour to respond to your request no later than 22 April 2021, being 20 working days
after the day your request was received.  

If we are unable to respond to your request within this time frame, we will notify you of an extension of that time frame.

If you have any queries related to this request, please do not hesitate to  get in touch.

Ngā mihi

OIA Services
Government Services
Office of the Director-General
Ministry of Health
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From: Haylee Isaacs –

Kia ora Mr Potts

Thank you for your email of 9 March 2021 to the office of the Prime Minister, Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern, of 2021 in which you submitted the following Official Information Act request:

– “any offical reports or briefing material that include reference to the subject of undetected community transmission, particularly in relation to the “Valentine’s Day” cluster”.

Your request was transferred to this office on 23 March 2021. Pursuant to section 15 (1) of the Act we will endeavour to respond to your request as soon as possible, and no later than 22 April 2021 being 20 working days after the day your request was received by this office. If we are unable to respond to your request within this timeframe, we will notify you of an extension of that timeframe.

If you have any queries related to this request, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Ngā mihi

Haylee Isaacs | Private Secretary
Office of Hon Chris Hipkins
Minister for COVID-19 Response | Minister of Education | Minister of the Public Service | Leader of the House
Parliament Buildings, Private Bag 18041, Wellington 6160, New Zealand

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From: Haylee Isaacs –

Kia ora Mr Potts

Thank you for your request under the Official Information Act 1982 (the Act) which was transferred from the Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern on 23 March 2021 for:

– Any official reports or briefing material that include reference to the subject of undetected community transmission, particularly in relation to the “Valentine’s Day” cluster.”

I understand that your request was also transferred to the Ministry of Health (the Ministry) for a response. This office has been unable to identify any additional information to what will be provided in the Ministry’s response. You can expect a response from the Ministry as soon as reasonably practicable in accordance with the Act.

Under section 23(3) of the Act, you have the right to ask the Ombudsman to review any decisions made under this request.”

Haylee Isaacs | Private Secretary
Office of Hon Chris Hipkins
Minister for COVID-19 Response | Minister of Education | Minister for the Public Service | Leader of the House
Parliament Buildings, Private Bag 18041, Wellington 6160, New Zealand

One thought on “NEW ZEALAND … Lawyer Sue Grey’s letter to the nz government addressing concerns regarding the Covid Vaccine

  1. I really applaud Sue Grey’s work. However, I have reservations as any law firm with a Gmail address (see Grey’s email top of the page) raises huge privacy questions for me. But then I guess privacy is out the window for the common wo/man. Nga mihi

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