Irish Examiner: US film studio threatens to sue autism-rights advocate

26 Jul

As I wrote about yesterday, Andrew Wakefield’s “Vaxxed” team, led by distributor Philipe Diaz of Cinema Libre Studio, threatened Fiona O’Leary (an autistic adult who is also the parent of autistic children). Well, it looks like the story has been picked up by the Irish Examiner.

The article starts:

A US film studio has threatened to sue an Irish autism-rights advocate if she continues to speak out against its controversial anti-vaccine documentary, Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe,.

West Cork-based mother, Fiona O’Leary, who wants to block the film’s release in Ireland and Britain, said she was outraged to receive a legal letter from California-based Cinema Libre Studios over the weekend.

Read the rest at US film studio threatens to sue autism-rights advocate

By Matt Carey

One Response to “Irish Examiner: US film studio threatens to sue autism-rights advocate”

  1. Judith July 27, 2016 at 14:10 #

    It says in the letter from Diaz that Fiona is attempting to harm their ” Business”. So this tell all documentary is a business and you make profits from a business. This business is at the expense of children with disabilities. Also at the expense of all children who need to be vaccinated. They thrive on the fears of parents. They profit from people who have been bullied and shunned by society through the ages, the most vulnerable. Never has been and never will be a reason for that.

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