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PAN PHARMACEUTICALS FOUND INNOCENT

Pass this one around widely. This nonsense has got to stop NOW. Time to put some deep and meaningful questions to Annette King.

About time this was admitted. There was nothing wrong with Pan supplements at all.

Dear Health Freedom Advocate,

Below is the recent press release from the Australian Democrats regarding the Pan Pharmaceuticals case in the NSW Supreme Court. The Supreme Court verdict speaks for itself. The TGA wilfully sent Australia’s largest natural health manufacturing base bankrupt on behalf of the TGA’s drug masters. As you should well be aware by now, The TGA works for the health of the drug company’s bank accounts and not the personal health of Australian citizens.

The Australian Democrats have long supported complementary health care and the right of people to access a wide range of remedies. The Australian Democrats continue to campaign on these and other important health issues in the lead up to this year’s federal election. For more information on our policies please go to www.democrats.org.au

COURT FINDS PAN PHARMACEUTICALS INNOCENT
18 APRIL 2007
SENATOR LYN ALLISON
AUSTRALIAN DEMOCRATS LEADER

DEMOCRATS DEMAND HOWARD APOLOGISE FOR PAN PHARMACEUTICALS WITCHUNT
https://www.democrats.org.au/news/index.htm?press_id=5806&display=1

The Howard Government must now apologise following the acquittal of Pan Pharmaceuticals boss Jim Selim in the New South Wales Supreme Court. The pharmaceuticals giant was forced into administration in May 2003 following the largest pharmaceutical recall in Australia’s history.

“It was a pointless exercise targeting complementary medicines and it sent hundreds of small businesses broke”, Democrats leader and Health spokesperson Senator Allison said today. “The Howard Government turned its back on the mess and just walked away.”

1500 products were recalled, not because they caused adverse reactions, but because of speculation about ‘inconsistent quality’. Senator Allison raised concerns in the Senate at that time about what was playing out as a destructive over-reaction.

Mr.Selim was accused of a litany of charges, including breaching his manufacturing licence. In the end only two counts made it to court which were thrown out today.

“The unprecedented recall had a devastating effect on small businesses and shook public confidence in complementary health”, Senator Allison said. ”The very least those who have suffered deserve is an apology.”

Michael Bending
Alliance for Health Freedom Australia
https://www.ahf-au.org
‘All that is required for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing’
– Edmund Burke (1729-1797), Irish born writer and politician –

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