COVID jab-injured mom sues Canadian gov’t, CBC for misinformation and negligence

‘I think Canadians will be shocked to learn about the rushed changes government made to the safety standard for vaccines at the start of COVID,’ lawyer Eva Chipiuk stated.

LETHBRIDGE, Alberta (LifeSiteNews) — A COVID vaccine-injured Canadian mother is suing the Canadian government and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) for misinformation and negligence.
On June 30, Carrie Sakamoto, who now suffers from permanent Bell’s Palsy after taking the COVID-19 vaccine, filed a lawsuit for $10.5M in the Court of King’s Bench in Lethbridge, Alberta, against various health officials and the CBC for convincing her that the vaccine was “safe” and “effective.”

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