by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
Earlier this year (January, 2018) Health Impact News reported that Dr. Suzanne Humphries had received gruesome death threats, most likely because of her public views against mandatory vaccines and exposing the dangers of vaccines, which are routinely hidden in the corporate media. See:
Dr. Humphries went public with these death threats in a public livestream video broadcast with Polly Tommey, the co-producer of the film VAXXED, on the VAXXED Facebook Page. The video soon went viral and received over half a million views.
These threats were reported to the FBI, but now Natural News is reporting that instead of investigating the threats, the FBI started a criminal investigation against Dr. Humphries, accusing her of being behind the death threats herself.
Mike Adams of Natural News writes:
Dr. Humphries was subjected to a series of death threats culminating in a vile “mass shooting” threat that detailed exactly how a hater of Dr. Humphries planned to shoot her at a public event. Upon receiving this threat, Dr. Humphries immediately filed criminal complaints with both the Austin Police Department and the FBI. This action generated an Austin PD case number which Dr. Humphries privately noted.
[T]he person who wrote it apparently panicked and realized they were likely going to be hunted down by federal authorities and criminally prosecuted. So they faxed over an apology letter to both the Austin PD and the FBI, claiming they weren’t serious about their vile death threats targeting Dr. Humphries. Importantly, in this apology letter, they cited the Austin PD case number.
The FBI then seized upon this as implied “proof” that falsely claimed Dr. Humphries must have been the author all along, since, as the FBI claimed, Austin PD case numbers are not available to the public and are kept secure.
Dr. Humphries told Natural News that she was aghast upon realizing the FBI was now targeting her as a potential criminal instead of going after the real person who made the death threats in the first place
Mike Adams decided to test the claim the FBI was making that Austin PD case numbers are not available to the public:
I assigned a reporter to contact the Austin Police Department and explain they were writing a story for Science.news, a website we publish, which will also carry this story. This reporter requested the case number of the Dr. Suzanne Humphries death threat complaint.
The Austin PD promptly gave us the case number, no questions asked.
For the record, the case number was sent to our reporter by “APD Records Management,” from the email address:
Date: Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 1:05 PM
The email was authored by a “Public Information Sergeant” whose name we are not publishing, because he didn’t do anything wrong and doesn’t deserve any condemnation for his role in this. His email said:
I can report that there’s an on-going investigation being conducted pertaining to this incident and the case # 18-XXXXXXX.
[We have redacted the case number for this public article.]
I then forwarded that case number to Dr. Humphries to confirm whether it was a match. Indeed, it was a perfect match.