According to NSWOffice of Liquor Gaming and Racing in a letter to Mr. Ken McLeod onOctober 18th, 2010, we can read on page two;
During the course of the inqui ry evidence of possible breaches of the CharitableTrusts Act 1993 was detected in relation to the following specific purpose appealsconducted by AVN:Fighting Fund – to support a homeless family, allegedly seeking to avoid a court order to immunise a child with legal and living expenses. The appeal ran for a short time in 2008 and raised $11,810. None of the funds were spent on this purpose.
A similar case in QLD in which a 9 week premature baby was “vaccine injured” by the HBVvaccine (inexplicably leading to all three children being removed by DoCS) was set to costthe AVN $30,000. Apparently – as Meryl Dorey relays it – this family wished to refusevaccination and so DoCS had deemed this worthy of removing all children. This resulted in“a challenge being set” by an anonymous donor and the infamous $500 DonationChallenge was born. All this just fades away as new scams arise. No accounts follow, noreports of progress, no follow up on expenditure.This case began when a hepatitis B positive woman of Chinese heritage, married to amember of The Australian Vaccination Networkgave birth to a boy in Sydney on August19, 2008.NSW Health HBV policy directiveJanuary 27, 2005 states in part;
VACCINATION OF NEONATES • All pregnant women are to be offered screening for hepatitis B, surface antigen(HBsAg) and should be provided with verbal and written information about hepatitisB and the hepatitis B immunisation program. The health interpreter service is to beused whenever necessary.• Neonates born to HBsAg positive mothers are to be offered, hepatitis Bimmunogl obulin (HBIG) within 12 hours of birth and a total of four doses of hepatitisB vaccine to be administered at birth, two, four and six months of age.• All other neonates are to be offered a total of four doses of hepatitis B vaccine at birth, two, four and six months of age. The birth dose is to be administered using amonovalent thiomersal free vaccine, and offered within 7 days of birth. Thesubsequent 3 doses may be given in a combination vaccine as part of the routine Australian Standard Vaccination Schedule (ASVS).
First up, let me stress staff don’t bully, harass or intimidate parents. Dorey has made muchof this fallacy, yet back in 2009 when investigating the veracity of
attempt to raisemoney to “steal babies” I was reassured by the head policy analyst of NSW Health andmany senior hospital staff (who remembered this very case) that was a rather shocking,offensive and false accusation. The policy exists for staff – not as a directive for patientoutcome. To this we can add that HBV is a notifiable disease, and the circumstanceswould have likely been submitted as a matter of course.NSW Health state in Hepatitis BControl Guidelines;
Paul Gallagher Sept. 13, 2011. From:http://luckylosing.com/2011/08/29/when-is-it-ok-to-steal-children/