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The decision by a district court judge to unseal a complaint filed more than a year ago against multiple parties involved in Pfizer’s COVID vaccine trials allowed the lawsuit to go forward — and revealed 400 pages of exhibits used to substantiate the lawsuit’s claims.

AMichael Nevradakis, Ph.D.'s avatar whistleblower lawsuit alleging fraud during Pfizer’s COVID vaccine trials is moving forward, after a district court judge unsealed the complaint, including 400 pages of exhibits.

Brook Jackson in January 2021 sued Pfizer and two companies the drugmaker contracted with to work on the trials: Ventavia Research Group and ICON PLC.

Jackson worked for Ventavia for a brief period in 2020 before being fired after she filed a complaint with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over alleged improprieties she observed during the vaccine trials.

She also gave The BMJ a cache of internal company documents, photos and recordings highlighting alleged wrongdoing by Ventavia. …