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Friday, March 01, 2019

Garin, Several Others Indicted By DOJ Over Dengvaxia


By the 127-page decision written by a panel led by Senior Assistant State Prosecutor Ma. Emilio Victorio,which has yet to be made public as of this writing, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has indicted former Health Secretary Janette Garin and several other individuals of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide over deaths allegedly caused by the anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia.


By the 127-page decision written by a panel led by Senior Assistant State Prosecutor Ma. Emilio Victorio,which has yet to be made public as of this writing, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has indicted former Health Secretary Janette Garin and several other individuals of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide over deaths allegedly caused by the anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia.      Ads  Along with her are other DOH officials and employees  who were also indicted for the same charge: Dr. Vincente Belizario Jr. Dr. Kenneth Hartigan-Go Dr. Gerardo Bayugo Dr. Lyndon Lee Suy Dr. Irma Asuncion Dr. Julius Lecciones Dr. Maria Joyce Ducusin Dr. Rosalind Vianzon Dr. Mario Baquilod  Sanofi Pasteur Inc. officials are also indicted by the prosecution of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide:  Carlito Realuyo Stanislas Camart Jean Louis Grunwald Jean Francois Vacherand Conchita Santos Jazel Anne Calvo  Also included in the said indictment are Maria Lourdes Santiago and Melody Zamudio from the Food and Drug Administration, and Research Institute for Tropical Medicine’s Dr. Socorro Lupisan and Dr. Maria Rosario Capeding.  The criminal complaints against Health Secretary Francisco Duque, however, was being dismissed for insufficiency of evidence.  The DOJ also explained that the panel arrived at the indictment for reckless imprudence, which is “a crime of neglect [that] punishes those who ‘exhibit ‘dangerous recklessness, the lack of care or foresight.’”  They held that Garin and the other Health officials who were also doctors “totally disregarded the identified risks and adverse effects of the vaccine.”  “Said risks materialized with the death of the victims,” the statement further read.  The DOJ did not identify the risks or adverse effects.  The DOJ’s statement did not touch on Garin's that there is no evidence that directly linking the deaths to Dengvaxia.

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Along with her are other DOH officials and employees

who were also indicted for the same charges:
Dr. Vincente Belizario Jr.
Dr. Kenneth Hartigan-Go
Dr. Gerardo Bayugo
Dr. Lyndon Lee Suy
Dr. Irma Asuncion
Dr. Julius Lecciones
Dr. Maria Joyce Ducusin
Dr. Rosalind Vianzon
Dr. Mario Baquilod

Sanofi Pasteur Inc. officials are also indicted by the prosecution of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide:

Carlito Realuyo
Stanislas Camart
Jean Louis Grunwald
Jean Francois Vacherand
Conchita Santos
Jazel Anne Calvo

Also included in the said indictment are Maria Lourdes Santiago and Melody Zamudio from the Food and Drug Administration, and Research Institute for Tropical Medicine’s Dr. Socorro Lupisan and Dr. Maria Rosario Capeding.

The criminal complaints against Health Secretary Francisco Duque, however, was being dismissed for insufficiency of evidence.


The DOJ also explained that the panel arrived at the indictment for reckless imprudence, which is “a crime of neglect [that] punishes those who ‘exhibit ‘dangerous recklessness, the lack of care or foresight.’”

They held that Garin and the other Health officials who were also doctors “totally disregarded the identified risks and adverse effects of the vaccine.”

“Said risks materialized with the death of the victims,” the statement further read.

The DOJ did not identify the risks or adverse effects.
The DOJ’s statement did not touch on Garin's statement that there is no evidence that directly linking the deaths to Dengvaxia.

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