Mom Accuses NBC News of Slander in Battle Over CD Protocol
By TLB Contributing Partner: Christina England BA, Hons
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article titled Chlorine Dioxide & Autism… Just the Facts!!! in which I explained that recently, there had been an influx of extremely disturbing reports in the media claiming that parents were forcing their autistic children to drink bleach to cure them from autism.
Many of these reports were written by investigative journalist Brandy Zadronzy, who writes for NBC News.
One of these reports, titled … Fake science led a Mom to feed bleach to her autistic sons – and police did nothing to stop her … was said to contain so-called researched evidence proving that mothers were giving their children bleach to cure them from autism.
Zadronzy opened her article with the following by-line:
“A Kansas mother has posted videos about giving chlorine dioxide, which amounts to industrial bleach, to her sons. Authorities did nothing.”
“Laurel Austin documented her son Jeremy’s first dosing of chlorine dioxide on YouTube. In the 30-second video, broadcast to 4,465 subscribers, Jeremy, 27, sits at a kitchen table as his mother narrates his mood. Then his arms seem to involuntarily twist around one another and he screams into his forearm before taking a bite of a banana.”
By introducing her article in this way, and by using emotive language and the power of suggestion, Zadronzy managed to paint an extremely dark and negative overview of this mother from the onset. What is even more worrying is the fact that her paragraph appeared to suggest that after drinking this concoction, Jeremy was left writhing in agony.
Sadly, what Zadronzy failed to mention at the beginning of her article was the fact that Jeremy suffered from severe autism and that he often went into angry rages during which he would bite his arms out of frustration.
It appears that this important point was only mentioned briefly in the fifth paragraph, by which time readers would have already had their views clouded.
Let’s Look at The Facts
Zadronzy continued her article by explaining that her ex-husband, Mr. Bradley Austin, had become so concerned about his son’s welfare that he had reported his ex-wife to the authorities.
Once again, Zadronzy failed to mention that, according to Mrs. Austin, Mr. Austin had had no contact whatsoever with his son Jeremy for eleven years.
Amazingly, despite the fact that this mother was said to be forcing her autistic sons to drink bleach, authorities were completely satisfied their health.
Zadronzy wrote that:
“… But the local police, the state’s division of adult protective services and a medical doctor treating Jeremy have all declined to intervene. A police spokesman said there wasn’t enough evidence that chlorine dioxide was dangerous; a caseworker with the Kanas Adult Protective Services told police that she didn’t see the situation as serious enough for the state to take action.”
In fact, the police, adult protective services and the medical profession treating Jeremy Austin had found absolutely no evidence of abuse.
However, unsatisfied with mounting reports stating that Jeremy and Joshua were not being abused, it appears that Zadronzy decided that it was online misinformation that was to blame for their lack of intervention. She stated that:
“The Austin’s case illustrates the ways in which online health misinformation can come so persuasive that it begins to sway not only those on the fringe who are seeking alternative treatments and explanations but also the authorities, including doctors and the police, who are charged with protecting the most vulnerable.”
We believe, however, if this mother had been forcibly holding her two autistic adult sons down and pouring an industrial bleach, such as Clorox, down their throats, adult services and the police would have been all over this case like a rash and Mrs. Austin would have been arrested, charged and jailed for attempted murder.
Instead, when Mrs. Austin’s older son Joshua had his blood tested at the hospital for any signs of poisoning, his blood tests came back negative. When police officers met both Joshua and Jeremy, they found them to be happy and in good health, with no signs of pain.
However, despite the overwhelming evidence supporting the fact that Mrs. Austin had done nothing to harm her children and the fact that, according to reports, their conditions had improved, Zadronzy continued to criticize Mrs. Austin’s actions, stating that:
“Doctors say chlorine dioxide‘s only effects are harmful, warning that it can damage tissues in the digestive system, disrupt the functioning of red blood cells and lead to kidney failure.”
I am sure that this information is 100% correct, if parents really were forcing their children to drink bleach or sodium hypochlorite; after all, bleach is an erosive substance and can take the color out of clothing. However, chlorine dioxide is not a bleach and never will be bleach as I explained in my article Chlorine Dioxide & Autism… Just the Facts!!!
See: The Myths and Misconceptions of Chlorine Dioxide Gas for details.
French Oncologist Uses Chlorine Dioxide to Cure Cancer
Whilst Zadronzy insisted throughout her article that doctors were saying that chlorine dioxide’s only effects are harmful, she did not name these doctors or given any evidence to support her claims.
Whereas, according to my research, doctors have been using chlorine dioxide to alleviate the symptoms of cancer and rid the body of certain parasitic illnesses, for many years.
In a paper titled Chlorine dioxide as a possible adjunct to metabolic treatment, French oncologist Laurent Schwartz wrote that:
“A first patient with metastatic adenocarcinoma of the pancreas has decided, on his own, to refuse chemotherapy but to treat himself with lipoïc acid, hydroxycitrate combined with oral ingestion of chlorine dioxide. His blood tests and radiological examinations have almost normalized and the disease is stable at 18 months.
Another patient with hormone resistant metastatic prostate cancer has experienced a sharp drop in PSA level as well as improved medical condition. From extensive literature review, the mechanism of action of chlorine dioxide is unknown. It is our hypothesis (albeit unproven) that chlorine dioxide results in tumor cell acidification of the alkaline pH of cancer cells.”
He continued that:
“The first case is a 65-year-old French gentleman with biopsy-proven unresectable well differentiated adenocarcinoma of the pancreas in June 2016. The cholestasis was treated by a derivation in December 2016 which was effective in alleviating the obstruction. The tumor markers (CA 19-9 and CEA) were uninformative. The patient subsequently refused chemotherapy and decided by himself to start a treatment involving
1) Ketogenic diet
2) Lipoïc acid 800 mg twice a day and hydroxycitrate 500mg three times a day
3) Chlorine dioxide up to 32 drops per day. Chlorine dioxide was produced by the activation of NaCLO2 by 4% HCl. The activation time takes 3mn and a drop contains around 86 micromoles of CL02 if the activation is total.”
Amazingly, using this treatment alone and receiving absolutely no chemotherapy whatsoever, Schwartz reported that, 14 months later, his patient was not only living a normal life, but also that his blood tests were also found to be normal. However, he did report that the tumor mass seen on a CT scan had grown from 3 to 5 cm, but he added that his patient had suffered no side effects from the treatment.
In a second case, Schwartz reported that, due to his patient’s intolerance to chemotherapy, the patient also chose to take chlorine dioxide to help alleviate his symptoms. His patient also reported that some of his symptoms had improved, and had informed doctors that his chronic pain had disappeared.
Furthermore, in a paper titled Parasites: An Ancient Diagnosis for Modern Times, doctors Allison A. Hofmann, ND, and Dietrich K. Klinghardt, MD, reported that:
“Rectal approaches to treatment are often paramount, allowing bioactive compounds to more effectively reach the liver and bowel. Chlorine dioxide enemas, eucalyptus enemas, milk enemas, and other herbal enemas and colon hydrotherapy are indispensable to most patients. We have seen the most success with chlorine dioxide enemas. Careful instruction and experience with chlorine dioxide ensures patient safety and success.”
It may be worth Ms. Zadronzy reading these two highly respected, peer-reviewed papers because, according to information provided to The Liberty Beacon, Deitrich Klinghardt,MD, PhD, is an expert on the chlorine dioxide protocol and holds medical licenses in the US, Germany, the UK and Switzerland.
This information is especially important because, according to Israeli News Live, Mrs. Austin is so angry about what Zadronzy has written in her article that she is suing the media giant NBC News for slander.
We asked homeopath Kerri Rivera, who, in 2010, was the first person to use chlorine dioxide to help people to recover from autism, to comment on the above news report.
She told us that:
“I think it should be a crime to cause autism as does the pharmaceutical company and then to add insult to injury is to deny the family from healing the vaccine-injured child. I am also struck by the fact that this adult autistic child of Laurel Austin is getting better all the time. Yet the only thing the lying news media can do is continue to push the bleach lie on the public. Laurel has even gone so far as to have a medical doctor follow her son’s healing just to cover all bases. After 9 years and over 559 recoveries from autism.
Chlorine dioxide (Cd) is still vilified. It is very obvious to me that anyone who continues the lie after all of the proof that cd is safe and heals humans from some of the most difficult diagnosis that they are on the wrong side of history. I just hope more and more families see through the lies of corporate media and follow Laurel’s example. Heal your child and don’t worry about what anyone thinks. After all, if the mom won’t, who will?”
We believe that Rivera is correct; after all, many of us have woken up to the fact that not everything that we read in the media is correct.
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About the Author: Christina England was born and educated in London, U.K. She received an A Level in Psychology and a BTEC in Learning Disabilities. She has spent many years researching vaccines and adverse reactions. She has an HND in journalism and media and is currently writing for the American Chronicle, Green Med Info, The Liberty Beacon, the Weekly Blitz and Vaccination Truth on immunization safety and efficacy. Christina England has been a journalist since 2008. Her main areas of expertise are researching false accusations of child abuse and adverse reactions to vaccines. She has co-authored three books – Shattered Dreams: The HPV Vaccine Exposed, and Shaken Baby Syndrome or Vaccine Induced Encephalitis – Are Parents Being Falsely Accused? with Dr. Harold Buttram and Vaccination Policy and the UK Government: The Untold Truth with Lucija Tomljenovic PhD, which are sold on Amazon.
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