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Help Dr. Mary O'Connor defeat College of Physicians

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Category: Freedom

Start Date: November 11, 2021

Dr. Mary O'Connor has become the target of legal action by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) after refusing to cooperate with an investigation into why she allegedly gave medical exemptions for the experimental COVID shots.

Dr. Mary O’Connor, along with Dr. Mark Trozzi, Dr. Rochangé Kilian, and Dr. Celeste Jean Thirlwell, became the subjects of a legal filing by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario at the beginning of November after they refused to hand over confidential patient information pursuant to an “investigation” by the college into why they granted medical exemptions to patients for the experimental COVID-19 vaccines. The college is asking the Ontario Superior Court to mandate their compliance.

According to the college’s filing against O’Connor, the investigation concerns “her conduct in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic and her completion of medical exemptions for COVID-19 vaccinations and diagnostic testing.”

Instead of releasing the records, the college contends that O’Connor insisted they must first “define COVID-19″ and that she “will not be able to move forward without the College’s precise definition of COVID-19.”

The college also says that O’Connor requested them to “advise if [the college] knows the ingredients of the gene therapy experiments, the so-called vaccinations, being administered to humanity without informed consent.”

The filing in Superior Court, which seeks to mandate that the doctors provide medical charts, patient information, and even allow investigators entry into their offices to copy or remove “necessary documents,” is set to be heard in January.

O’Connor’s lawyer, Michael Swinwood, said she will fight the case in court. “I don’t see the need for an investigation,” the attorney said. “There is no malpractice or incompetence involved.”

According to the Ottawa Citizen, the college has taken issue not only with the writing of medical exemptions but the general conduct of the doctors, specifically mentioning O’Connor’s use of the term “gene-therapy experiments” as opposed to calling the injections “vaccinations.”

Please support Dr. O'Connor in her brave stand for patients' rights. All money raised will go towards paying her significant legal fees.

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