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I came across this page while following up on the outrageous scandal of the anti-vaccination liars exploiting shaken baby syndrome to spread their mental disease around. I had sarcastically suggested that the anti-vaccination liars would call someone who murdered his child a "hero". Imagine my surprise when I found out that somebody had done just that. The following excerpt is from an article about the 10th Annual Conference of the ICA Pediatrics Council. (The Council's web site was revamped in 2005 and the report of the 2000 conference was removed. You can see what the page said here.) Background on Dr Buttram can be found here.
|The Council also announced its support of another cause during the Conference ...the mother of a baby who died on Thanksgiving Day in 1997 following DPT vaccination. One of the speakers, Dr. Harold Buttram, a medical doctor from Pennsylvania who is against mandatory immunization, brought with him the mother of a child whom he believes died from a vaccine reaction and not from shaken baby syndrome as prosecutors said. The father however, was accused of murder and is now serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. Since the parents could not afford to pay an attorney they had to depend on the services of a public defender. The motherís story touched everyone, especially when she related the indignities, accusations and injustice she has had to endure from the public, the media and the courts. However, instead of bemoaning the injustice of it all she has taken the courageous step of establishing a website devoted to educating other parents about the dangers of vaccines and to gather more information about vaccine-related deaths which can be used for research. |
At the conclusion of the session, at the suggestion of many of the doctors present, Dr. McMullen announced that the Council was establishing a Chiropractorís Hero Fund to raise money for the mother to pay for the fatherís defense. He has one appeal left. Donations should be made out to: Chiropractorís Hero Fund, c/o Dr. Warren Bruhl, 630 Vernon Avenue, Suites F and H, Glencoe, IL 60022.
That's right, folks. The ICA Pediatrics Council has officially declared as "Hero" a man who beat a ten-week-old child to death.
Child murderer update (14/4/2001)
Chiropractor Bruhl, who manages the fund for the "hero", wrote to me about Alan Yurko, in prison for killing a ten-week-old child by holding him up by the feet and bashing him to death, to tell me that I should research things before I accuse someone of murder. I don't think I will answer the email. After all, it was a Yurko supporter who told me about the bleeding in the child's brain, eyes and spinal column.
Date sent: Sat, 7 Apr 2001 17:28:00 EDT
Subject: You should research the facts before you make pages about people who are impriso
I am Dr. Warren Bruhl and you should research this case before you make judgements. Please call me.
Dr. Warren Bruhl
Mr Bruhl should research the facts about who he is writing to so that he doesn't have to rudely say "Dear whoever". Perhaps if he researched intracranial bleeding and other signs of physical child abuse he wouldn't be so quick to start collecting money for an animal who murdered a child.
Touchy, touchy, chiropractor (17/6/2001)
Someone I know wrote to the chiropractor who is collecting the money for murderer Alan Yurko and received the following polite reply:
Before you start spouting offf about something you know nothing about. I will not tolerate any of your innappropriate misinformed and petty diatribe on this issue. Do not e mail ever again or I will report your harrassment to the authorities. You are dangerous and potentially lethal. Keep your distance from me and do not ever contact me again. I repeat. Do not ever contact me again in any way, shape or form. In case you did not hear this. DO NOT CONTACT ME, E MAIL ME OR ENGAGE IN ANY WRITING TO ME OR I WILL REPORT YOUR HARRASMENT TO THE GLENCOE POLICE.
Dr. Warren Bruhl Diplomate International Council Chiropractic Pediatrics
I guess Dr Bruhl doesn't want to talk about this matter.