Paul D Thacker, "Covid-19: Researcher blows the whistle on data integrity issues in Pfizer’s vaccine trial", British Medical Journal (BMJ) (02 November 2021)
"Safe and effective" we keep being told. Maybe, but then again... The subtitle is self-explanatory:
"Revelations of poor practices at a contract research company helping to carry out Pfizer’s pivotal covid-19 vaccine trial raise questions about data integrity and regulatory oversight."
(See update below)
1) Dr John Campbell's detailed reaction to the BMJ investigative report. I very much recommend this, but please remember that Dr Campbell's style is to understate criticism to an absurd degree. This (rather British) approach allows him to express his great concerns about the revelations while protecting him from being censored or worse. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THv33zWykJc)
2) Dr Mobeen Syed's detailed reaction to the BMJ report -- a little more outspoken. (https://odysee.com/@DrMobeenSyed:1/whistleblower-indicates-unclean-data-in:e)
[I just want to mention something that I find pretty annoying. These docs* are putting their careers/reputations on the line by providing these presentations, yet some people cannot resist making arrogant comments like, "Duh, didn't you realise we couldn't trust these vaccine companies? It's been obvious to real truthers like us since Day One." Well, what seems obvious and what's provable are two very different things. These medical professionals have to be very careful. Indeed, I think we should all be careful. Mouthing off about what we think is going on isn't necessarily very helpful. No doubt some people think this of me too. When I point up, say, some propaganda from the BBC, no doubt someone is thinking, "Huh, is he really surprised that the BBC is lying? What an idiot!" The point is, no, I'm not surprised, but if we never document the provable cases of abuse (for fear of being called names) but rather just rely on guesswork all the time, we will rightly be dismissed as "conspiracy theorists" in the negative sense. As Tom Secker once said: "The truth movement is dead. Long live the truth movement."]
(*Yes, John Campbell is a nurse, but he has a PhD.)