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The largest Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of Health Freedom Defense Fund and against the Los Angeles Unified School District, which takes a big bite out of recent "legal" reliance on the famous Jacobsen v. Massachusetts case from 1905 to enforce Covid-19 vaccine mandates.  The appeals court wrote:  On the merits, the [lower] district court misapplied the Supreme Court’s decision in Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11 (1905), stretching it beyond its public health rationale.  We vacate the district court’s order dismissing this claim and remand for further proceedings under the correct legal standard.  Read full ruling here.

Sasha Latypova interviewed Leslie Manookian about this victory.  Leslie Manookian: "The court really ripped LAUSD to shreds."  She concludes that there are judges out there who do not want to allow the oncoming control authorities are hoping for.  Leslie: "The court narrowed Jacobsenvery clearly. They said that a medical intervention that doesn't stop transmission or infection can't be mandated.  Many of the attorneys I talk to say that this is a legal earthquake."

Listen here (carefully), as the truther world is running with this new ruling... (use my link or click on links below - volume does not play in this embedded video version).

Leslie Manookian talks about her big win in the courts v LA Unified School District's vaccine mandates for employees by Sasha Latypova

120 yo legal precedent for state vaccine mandates (Jacobson v MA) finally narrowed. How can this be leveraged going forward?

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