UPDATED: We just received the following email from a student at the school. We have removed their name to keep them safe.
Hello, I saw your recent article about the teacher who got a hearing about questioning vaccines. I am a student at that school and I have him this semester. I’d just like to point out, he is considered the best teacher in the school. He is very cool-headed and teaches us to question everything that doesn’t make sense- even if he said it. After hearing he was found guilty the entire school was enraged. We love him and students that were there at the time completely support his story. Most of the school is pro-vaccines but still says we have the right to know what the side effects are, which is the entire reason for Sullivan to do what he did. A grade 9 Student started a petition just before he heard the verdict to show support and put pressure on the people handing out punishment. Our school is only about 350 people including staff and as of right now it has over 1500 signatures! Former students, almost every current student, and many more have signed it. I will link it bellow, if you can sign it or at all promote it we, the students would be very appreciative.
Thanks for being one of the only sites that was in favour of him,
A student. https://www.ipetitions.com/ petition/Save-Sullys-Job
Just last week we brought you the story of Tim Sullivan, a science teacher in Canada who was going before a disciplinary committee because he dared to question vaccines at his school (and taught his students to question them as well). On February 22nd he was found guilty of professional misconduct by an independent disciplinary committee. All total he was guilty of five acts, including, abusing students psychologically or emotionally.
While the school has accused him of shouting at a public health nurse and telling students they could die if they had a vaccine, he says that he left class once to speak with nurses and told one student that a side effect of one of the vaccines was death. And he still maintains that the students weren’t given proper information to consent to the vaccine, including the information about side effects. But, he did what he did with their best interests in mind.
From the article:
“On Tuesday, Angela Swick, a nurse with the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit, told the hearing she felt threatened and intimidated by Sullivan’s three visits to the cafeteria where she and her colleagues were giving vaccines to students.
She said she felt “uneasy” about the interactions with Sullivan and said he accused her of withholding information from the students about the vaccines they were taking.”
His employer is seeking a penalty which includes a one-month suspension and completion of an anger management course but they won’t revoke his license (how kind of them).
Sullivan said in his closing arguments, “If asking uncomfortable questions makes me disgraceful … then I’m guilty as charged.”
Source: Huffington Post
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