North Carolina State Bar targets vaccine rights attorney with unprecedented bullying lawsuit


Eager to take down the nation’s leading vaccine rights attorney who’s helped countless families protect themselves against “mandatory” vaccination, the North Carolina State Bar has reportedly filed a major lawsuit against Alan Phillips, J.D., demanding that he procure private client data or else face possible jail time.

Seeing as how his entire practice is devoted to helping people utilize vaccine exemptions to avoid vaccinating their children, as well as engaging them in vaccine legislative activism, Phillips has become target number one for the vaccine lobby. And since North Carolina is Big Pharma and Vaccine Central, it’s hardly surprising that the Tar Heel State would be the first to go after him on baseless grounds.

According to Phillips, the N.C. State Bar is basically trying to disbar him using “invented facts and law,” when all he’s actually doing is helping people exercise their right to legally avoid vaccines. He also says the N.C. State Bar’s witch hunt against him is inherently unlawful because it lacks a legally-required “allegation of misconduct.”

Since there’s no accusation being made of wrongdoing, there’s no legal basis for the N.C. State Bar to sue Phillips. Furthermore, it’s a blatant conflict of interest, as Phillips actually filed a good-faith complaint against State Bar attorneys for making up facts and law in a 2017 “Letter of Warning” that he received.

“N.C. Bar attorneys can’t lawfully investigate Phillips while Phillips has an unresolved complaint open against Bar attorneys; both matters must be addressed by outside, independent people to avoid the obvious conflicts of interest,” explains a “Vaccine Rights!” alert.

“But the N.C. Bar is ignoring that conflict; it is suppressing Phillips’ complaint against Bar attorneys, and aggressively pursuing Phillips.”

At least two independent legal experts agree: the N.C. State Bar is illegally conducting a witch hunt against Phillips

A preliminary investigation by Phillips has revealed that this type of behavior is nothing new for the N.C. State Bar, which has gone after and disbarred others in the past on similar false grounds. It appears to be a major problem at the N.C. State Bar, which seems to have no problem politicizing the legal system to help out Big Vaccine.

At least two other independent legal experts are fully aware of the situation and have joined up with Phillips and his complaint against the N.C. State Bar. The hope is that its corruption will be fully exposed, ultimately leading to positive change.

By demanding that Phillips hand over private information about his clients, the N.C. State Bar is engaging in an unlawful “fishing expedition,” meaning it’s attempting to uncover some type of wrongdoing on Phillips’ part without having a legitimate reason to even initiate the process.

It’s a lot like when a police officer pulls an innocent person over and searches his vehicle looking for anything that might incriminate him. Unless there’s probable cause or reasonable suspicion to do so, such an act violates the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which protects against unreasonable search and seizure.

“It violates Constitutional due process,” the “Vaccine Rights!” alert adds. “And this ‘expedition’ would be particularly egregious, as it would violate hundreds of Phillips’ clients’ privacy rights based on the most sacred of legal tenets, the attorney-client privilege.”

By putting a public spotlight on the situation, Phillips hopes that the theory of “even a bad person will do the right thing when there’s a spotlight on them” will hold true. You can help support his efforts by signing the petitions found at this Vaccine Rights! alert link.

You can also donate at the same link either to Bar Watch, Inc., a non-profit group working to expose the misdeeds of the N.C. State Bar, or to the Vaccine Rights Attorney Legal Defense Fund. You can also send personal donations to Phillips through PayPay at alan@vaccinerights.com.

Sources for this article include:

BarWatchOnline.org

NaturalNews.com



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