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Brook Jackson has spent twenty years in the pharmaceutical industry working in clinical trials. She was hired to participate in Pfizer’s stage 3 vaccine trials in 2020. She worked on the trial for only a few days, but says the practices she witnessed were so appalling she had to blow the whistle immediately. She’s faced more than a year of overwhelming legal intimidation, and thanks to a legal complaint she says she was tricked into filing, she’s been under a court order not to speak about what she saw. But Brook says her conscience simply doesn’t allow her to remain silent, so she’s decided to speak out anyway. The information she has doesn’t belong to her or to Pfizer, she says. It belongs to the whole world.
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