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Andrew Wakefield ally Carol Stott warned by Society over professional misconduct

This page is material from the award-winning investigation by Brian Deer for The Sunday Times of London, the UK’s Channel 4 TV network and BMJ, the British Medical Journal, which exposed vaccine research fraudster Andrew Wakefield | Investigation summary

Such was the poverty of opinion behind a legal attack on MMR, backed by Andrew Wakefield, that lawyers suing drug companies resorted to hiring "experts" with unusual pedigrees. Few more so than Carol Stott, an information officer with a Cambridgshire health authority, who launched a bizarre hate mail attack on Brian Deer. Concerned that Stott might have unsupervised access to children, Deer wrote to the British Psychological Society, the UK regulatory body for chartered psychologists, which issued the ruling below

1: Stott's hate mails > 2: Stott's weird explanation > 3: British Psychological Society ruling > 4: Cambridge Evening News coverage



nb: Despite this letter being marked "strictly private and confidential", it plainly doesn't have the necessary quality of confidence, and has therefore been made public. Dr Stott's involvement as an "expert witness" in MMR litigation renders her conduct of public interest


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