Shaken Baby Syndrome is a medical diagnosis used to accuse parents of killing a baby by violently shaking it, because we know that “vaccines are safe” and cannot cause injury. It turns out the diagnosis is non-scientific, the injuries are not consistent with shaking. Neuropathologist Dr. Squier, who is blowing the whistle on this, is being attacked by the medical establishment. Scientific discussion? No way.
The medical theory of “shaken baby syndrome” (SBS) is quickly losing credibility, with many doctors, scientists, and attorneys now speaking out against SBS and the fact that innocent parents have been falsely accused of child abuse. Courts are now re-trying some cases based on testimonies from these doctors and professionals, and some cases have recently been over-turned. The medical profession is fighting back. The reasons are quite obvious. To admit that the theory behind SBS is false, would open the door to major litigation, as the [false] theory has been used to convict thousands of parents of child abuse, and to perhaps remove tens of thousands of children from their homes and families.