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Pfizer Contracts Released By Court Order That They Don't Want You To See!

South African Government forces injection manufacturers to release their contracts that proves that they are doing everything they can do to shield themselves from liability.

Article by Scott Armstrong | Rebunked News | @RebunkedNews

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In South Africa, a court ruled that all of the COVID injection manufacturers needed to release their contracts that they had with the South African Government. A recent article by Health Justice Initiative contains the contracts that were created between the South African government and Pfizer, Covax, Janssen and Serum.

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One of the key takeaways is the language around these manufacturers being provided indemnity from any damages that result form the shots. These manufacturers being shielded from liability is nothing new, but now we have it in black-and-white.

Here is the Indemnity clause in the Pfizer contract:

Purchaser hereby agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Pfizer, BioNTech, each of their Affiliates, contractors, sub-contractors, licensors, licensees, sub-licensees, distributors, contract manufacturers, services providers, clinical trial researchers, third parties to whom Pfizer or BioNTech or any of their respective Affiliates may directly or indirectly owe an indemnity based on the research, development, manufacture, distribution, commercialization or use of the Vaccine, and each of the officers, directors, employees and other agents and representatives, and the respective predecessors, successors and assigns of any of the foregoing ("Indernnitees"), from and against any and all suits, claims, actions, demands, losses, damages, liabilities, settlements, penalties, fines, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' and other counsels' fees and other expenses of an investigation or litigation), whether sounding in contract, tort (delict), intellectual property, or any other theory, and whether legal, statutory, equitable or otherwise by any natural or legal person (collectively, "Losses") caused by, arising out of, relating to, or resulting from the Vaccine, including but not limited to any stage of design, development, investigation, formulation, testing, clinical testing, manufacture, labeling, packaging, transport, storage, distribution, marketing, promotion, sale, purchase, · licensing, donation, dispensing, prescribing, administration, provision, or use of the Vaccine, any information, instructions, advice or guidance provided by Pfizer, or BioNTech or any of their respective Affiliates and relating to the use of the Vaccine, or any processing or transfer of anyone's personal information processed and transferred by Purchaser to the Indemnitees ("Covered Activities").

This is not new information for those of us who have been following the story of how these injection manufacturers are exempt from liability from the massive amount of damage that their injections have caused. These contracts demonstrate very clearly that Pfizer (and these other injection manufacturers) are not operating in good faith and that they are being dishonest.


Here is the section on “warranty,” which details that Pfizer is not allowed to be held accountable for any damages that occur besides “material breach of a representation or warranty”:

…in no event shall Pfizer be liable to Purchaser for any direct damages except to the extent such direct damages were a result of a material breach of a representation or warranty by Pfizer under this Agreement that directly and solely caused the damage. In no instance shall Pfizer and its Affiliates be liable to Purchaser (whether arising in warranty, tort (including, without limitation, negligence), contract, strict liability or otherwise) for any liabilities of Purchaser to any third party, including, without limitation, through contribution, indemnity, or for any claim for which Purchaser would have to indemnify Pfizer if that claim were brought directly against Pfizer.

It is crucial to share this information with people who may still be stuck in the illusion that these manufacturers have our best interest in mind. Hopefully reports like this will move us one step closer to finally having some accountability.

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