San Antonio prosecutor says that vaccines do cause autism

Thursday, January 31, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Tracey Watson
Thursday, January 31, 2019

The issue of whether all children should be vaccinated to maintain “herd immunity” is a hotly contested one, with people voicing strong opinions on both sides of the debate. One of the most contentious of all the issues related to vaccination, however, is whether certain vaccines – in particular the measles mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine – can cause autism.

Some scientists – particularly those with links to the pharmaceutical industry – have claimed vehemently that all vaccines are safe and that there is no proven link between vaccination and autism. Other respected scientists have claimed just as adamantly that there are real dangers to vaccines – as is confirmed by the manufacturers themselves in vaccine inserts – and that there are tangible links between vaccines and the development of autism.

There is certainly a great deal of anecdotal evidence from families who have watched their happy, vibrant, “normal” children change overnight after receiving a vaccine. As reported by Natural Health 365, one outspoken anti-vaccine voice is that of District Attorney and lead prosecutor for San Antonio, Texas, Nico LaHood, who has sadly had personal experience of the devastating effects vaccines have had on his two children. (Related: Scientific voices speak out unequivocally about vaccines and their dangers.)

Thriving and happy… until being vaccinated

LaHood says that he would feel “comfortable” presenting a criminal case to a journey on the basis of the strong circumstantial evidence he has personally observed confirming the link between autism and vaccines.

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