Mary Holland is a research scholar at NYU School of Law. She has written and edited books and articles on human rights and law. She has clerked for a federal judge, worked at the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, and at prominent U.S. law firms. She has testified before Congress, filed amicus briefs, and appeared on Court TV, Fox, CBS, and NBC. She graduated from Harvard College and holds graduate degrees from Columbia University. She is a cofounder and board member of the Center for Personal Rights.
Various experts who have been on the front lines of the fight over vaccination discussed the medical and ethical arguments both for and against the use of vaccination, and the legal and medical implications of mandatory inoculations for all. Appearing in individual half-hour segments were research scholar Mary Holland, Dr. Andrew Wakefield, author Howard Bloom, editor John Stone, Dr. Gary Ridenour, and Dr. Sherri Tenpenny. First hour guest, director and producer of the Watchers series of DVDs, Richard Shaw discussed the results of the search for George Noory's name in the Torah Codes. ... More »Host: George Noory
Mary Holland, a research scholar at NYU School of Law, discussed issues related to vaccination, health, and human rights. In the book Vaccine Epidemic, which she co-edited with Louise Kuo Habakus, they feature a variety of experts from such fields as ethics, science, medicine, and business, who call for reform in the compulsory mandating of vaccinations, and a reevaluation of their safety. Dr. Andrew Wakefield joined the show to refute charges against him, and speak about the connection he uncovered between MMR and other vaccines to autism. First hour guest, theoretical physicist, author, and co-founder of string field theory, Michio Kaku talked about various science and space issues. ... More »Host: George Noory