By Marica Micallef
More lawsuits from Pfizer:
In 1996, Pfizer representatives and personnel set up a clinical trial in Kano, Nigeria, to administer an experimental antibiotic, TROVAFLOXACIN, to around 200 children during the outbreak of measles, cholera, and bacterial meningitis occurred in Nigeria. 50 children died in the experiment while others developed mental and physical deformities. In 2001, Pfizer was sued by the Nigerian families and government, being accused of using the outbreak to perform unapproved testing, without regulatory approval. 
In 1968, Pfizer acquired the Quigley Company, which produced insulation products that contained the deadly asbestos. Asbestos is a group of heat-resistant minerals and an effective insulator, used in cloth, paper, cement and other materials. Exposure to it causes cancers, among others. So, how come a pharmaceutical company acquires a company that produces a harmful product? Since then, Pfizer has been called to pay asbestos victims $430 million and an additional $535 million into an asbestos settlement trust that will compensate future plaintiffs as well as 20% of current plaintiffs with claims against it and Quigley. The compensation deal sums up to $965 million! Pfizer had to forge $405 million from the $535 million, whereas the rest will come from insurance policies. 
Pfizer purchased Shiley in 1979 at the onset of its Convexo-Concave valve ordeal, involving the Bjork–Shiley heart valve. Approximately 500 people died when defective valves failed and, in 1994, the United States ruled against Pfizer for $200 million. 
In September 2009, Pfizer agreed to pay $2.3 billion to settle civil and criminal allegations that it had illegally marketed its painkiller Bextra, which has been withdrawn. It was the largest health care fraud settlement and the largest criminal fine of any kind ever.
In April of 2010, a federal jury in Connecticut awarded $1.37 million in damages to a former Pfizer scientist, Becky Mclain, who claimed that she was sickened by a genetically engineered virus at the company’s laboratory and then fired for raising safety concerns who claimed she was sickened by a GENETICALLY ENGINEERED virus at a company laboratory and then fired for raising safety concerns. The genetically engineered virus is known as the lentivirus, a virus similar to the one that can lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrome, also known as Aids. The case raised questions about the safety of workers in the biotechnology industry and about regulations that protect them. Although Mclain failed to present enough evidence that her illness had been caused by exposure to the virus, the court still concluded the case in her favour, arguing that Pfizer had violated the whistle blower laws.
From this episode I ask if Pfizer does not care about the safety of its employees, does it care about the safety of vaccines and the whole nation? Also, the “GENETICALLY ENGINEERED VIRUS” is to raise eyebrows! Reminder that they made us swallow at first that the Corona Virus started from bats in Wuhan. Really? Can you prove this to us? Or was it genetically engineered?? Apart from the fact that they still gave us no proof of its existence.
Follow me to part three with more corruption practice from Pfizer! Use logic while you follow the white rabbit into the rabbit hole!