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Lost Arts Radio Show #115 - Special Guest Robert Moxley

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This Thursday, March 30th, in our continuing series of extra shows connected to the big event March 31st, we are honored to be visited by top vaccine law attorney Robert Moxley (www.robertmoxleylaw.com) (revolution4truth.com). Mr. Moxley practiced in the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Compensation Program from its inception in 1988, for over 25 years.  He was personally involved in over one hundred vaccine injury cases, including omnibus proceedings where he was lead counsel. This extensive vaccine practice led to a Civil Rights practice as well, representing parents and families in the vindication of the right to religious and conscientious objection to mandatory vaccination. This has big implications in our efforts to keep both kids and adults free from the threat of mandatory vaccines.

Mr. Moxley obtained reversal in the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals of the denial of compensation to a vaccine injured child in the case that went to the United States Supreme Court as Shalala v. Whitecotton. It was the only Vaccine Act case to be argued before the United States Supreme Court, until Sebelius v. Cloer, in 2013, where Mr. Moxley was co-counsel for the vaccine injured petitioner, and guided the attorneys fees litigation that the Supreme Court upheld on review against the government's objection.

Attorneys like Robert Moxley represent a major hope for America, to avoid a future of universal forced vaccination, in a country founded on the idea that government's main function is protecting individual freedom. I think you'll find our discussion to be incredibly relevant and educational, and like me you will be encouraged that there are attorneys like Robert Moxley whose skill is matched by his genuine care for the well being and future of humanity.

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