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NY Teacher Faces Charges for Allegedly Injecting Minor With COVID Vaccine Without Parent Consent

NY Teacher Faces Charges for Allegedly Injecting Minor With COVID Vaccine Without Parent Consent

You know this has to be happening a lot more than a few cases we’ve heard about. That scares me.

Laura Russo, 54, faces charges of unauthorized practice of a profession for allegedly injecting a minor with the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine without parent or guardian consent. From NBC New York:

Authorities allege Russo had a vial of an approved COVID-19 vaccine in her home, though police didn’t say where she got it. According to officials, her son had a friend over and the friend asked for the vaccine because his mother allegedly didn’t want to have him inoculated against COVID at this point. The teenager told his mother when he got home that he had gotten the vaccine. She notified the police.

Russo, a science teacher, is not a medical professional. She does not have the qualifications to inject anyone with any kind of medicine or vaccine.

The cops are also investigating how Russo had a dose of the vaccine, which is only recommended for those 18 and up.

NBC New York reported that Russo “appears to be a science teacher with Herrick Public Schools in New Hyde Park.”

The district said the incident did not happen on school property.

Officials also confirmed they reassigned Russo: “The individual in question is a district employee who has been removed from the classroom and reassigned pending the outcome of the investigation.”

A California mom accused her son’s school of bribing him with pizza to get the vaccine. The lady knew she needed parental permission because she begged the student not to say anything.

Makes me wonder how many other children got the vaccine without parental or guardian consent.


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Char Char Binks | January 4, 2022 at 11:34 am

Trust the science teacher!

Where did this teacher acquire the vaccine? It’s not something you can buy over the counter. Where did it come from?

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to irv. | January 4, 2022 at 11:48 am

    Randi Weingarten?

    smalltownoklahoman in reply to irv. | January 4, 2022 at 11:49 am

    Yes that is a good point and something that needs to be investigated as well. Also which version of the vaccine was it because one at least requires some pretty cold refrigeration to remain viable. If it was that version was it even still good when she administered it?

      The article states it was J&J(Johnson and Johnson). The one shot vaccine. Approved for 18+

        smalltownoklahoman in reply to kyrrat. | January 4, 2022 at 3:07 pm

        Aheh, guess I just needed to scroll back up and read things again! Thank you though!

        ThePrimordialOrderedPair in reply to kyrrat. | January 4, 2022 at 4:13 pm

        The only shot that has been “approved” by the FDA is the Pfizer Cominarty (which is not even much available to Americans). ALL the other shots are only emergency use authorizations – i.e. experimental drugs. They are not “approved”, even though all the people pushing the mandates like to pretend that the one, individual approval for Cominarty somehow translated into every non-vaccine also being “approved”. That is not the case. Not even close. The lady put an experimental drug into a child without parental authorization or even notification.

          Absolutely true and under the Nuremberg Code she can be charged with a Crime against Humanity! People were HUNG due to their crimes for “experimental” treatments! Sounds reasonable to me!

    korp in reply to irv. | January 4, 2022 at 12:58 pm

    Presumably they’ll be able to track that down via serial numbers or whatever is on the vial. I have to imagine every one is unique somehow.
    Here’s to hoping whoever gave her the vial goes to jail too.

I am amazed they made a video of it. Did they plan to get caught, or is this virtue-signaling (“Lookie at me – I got The Jab and saved civilization!”)?

It has to be kept T very cold temperatures? Was she able to do that?

    TargaGTS in reply to gonzotx. | January 4, 2022 at 12:09 pm

    That’s true of the Pfizer vaccine. But, I believe the Moderna vaccine can be stored in a household refrigerator for roughly a month.

    However, who knows what vaccine she used and what its history was.

Was she prepared to deal with an adverse effect after the injection?
These teachers are really stupid

Now that teachers’ mission has expanded from just teaching the “three R’s,” to race, gender, climate change, anti-Second Amendment, etc., why not medicine, too?

Steven Brizel | January 4, 2022 at 12:08 pm

This teacher should be fired-the decision to vaccinate is for parents and children to decide based on medical advice not under the direction of a teacher

    No, she should spend time in jail. Teachers are not qualified or authorized to perform medical procedures, especially without parental consent. Something like aggravated endangerment of a child or along those lines.

      Olinser in reply to korp. | January 4, 2022 at 2:31 pm

      She should spend A LOT of time in jail.

      She shouldn’t be in possession of it IN THE FIRST PLACE, she is NOT a licensed MD or nurse authorized to possess controlled substances.

      She does not have the equipment, training, or ability to determine if a vaccine that needs to be temperature controlled is still safe to inject.

      She does not have the training or ability to determine if she is injecting the vaccine properly.

      She does not have the training or ability to determine if she has injected the correct dose of vaccine for the patient.

      She does not have the equipment, training, or ability to properly sterilize and then dispose of the injector, and ensure no infection.

      She does not have the equipment, training, or ability to deal with a severe adverse reaction to what she just injected.

      She has no way to communicate to ACTUAL doctors that the kid has now received a dose of the vaccine – leading to potentially SEVERE consequences if an ACTUAL doctor sees him after he suffers side effects and cannot properly determine the cause.

      She should be in jail for a LONG FUCKING TIME. This was insane on every level, even IF you believe that the vaccine is beneficial.

      JPL17 in reply to korp. | January 5, 2022 at 9:35 am

      Steven and Korp — Can’t we all just get along? She should be fired, and then she should spend a long time in jail!

People have lost their freaking minds!

    Milwaukee in reply to utroukx. | January 6, 2022 at 10:13 am

    For some the CCP flu adventure has caused them to lose their minds.

    For others, can’t lose what’s already been lost. They lost their minds a long time ago, this is exposing the loss.

    Godless people find getting lost naturally. Starts with turning away from anchoring rock. Being amoral is not a good way to go through life.

Lucifer Morningstar | January 4, 2022 at 1:50 pm

Authorities allege Russo had a vial of an approved COVID-19 vaccine in her home, though police didn’t say where she got it

And was this “approved COVID-19 vaccine” held in the proper and required conditions? And if not, how long did Russo actually have that vial of “approved COVUD-19 vaccine” in her possession. Was it beyond it’s use by date? And where did she get the syringe to inject the “approved COVID-19 vaccine”? Was the syringe & needle sterile or was it just something she had lying around waiting to be use. Did Russo use proper sterile procedure when giving the injection. And how did she eventually dispose of the used syringe/needle and other medical supplies that were contaminated with the kid’s blood. And did she properly screen this student for allergies or other medical conditions that might have prevented vaccination?

And above and beyond that how did Russo lure a 17-years old to her home in order to commit this assault against the student. Seems to me that the investigators should be talking to the parents and students in her classes and see if she hasn’t pulled this on other students before this.

So alleged crimes committed (in my opinion only):
1. Practicing medicine without a license
2. Possession of a controlled drug without authorization
3. Possession of medical device (syringe) without proper authorization
4. Luring a student under her care & responsibility to her home to commit a crime
5. Failure to receive parental consent for the injection.
6. Assault on the bodily integrity of a child by injecting drugs without parental consent

Russo needs to spend time in jail an should immediately lose her job, her teaching credentials and be specifically barred from ever getting a job in the education setting or any job that would require interaction with children.

    nordic_prince in reply to Lucifer Morningstar. | January 4, 2022 at 3:17 pm

    And you can bet she most likely did not aspirate the needle to see if she had hit a blood vessel or artery. So many things that could go wrong in this scenario.

goddessoftheclassroom | January 4, 2022 at 2:20 pm

Ms. Russo’s being a teacher is incidental. While I agree she crossed the line (and needs to be held accountable), she did not do so in her professional capacity. The teen was her son’s friend, not her student.

If it turns out that the teen WAS her student, that’s a different layer to this.

    Lucifer Morningstar in reply to goddessoftheclassroom. | January 4, 2022 at 3:03 pm

    I don’t fucking care if she did this in her professional capacity or not. That she did this to a child at all is just horrendous. She has shown by her actions that neither her judgement or even good seen is or should be trusted ever again Especially around children. So yes, revoke her teaching credentials and bar her from ever holding a position of responsibility over children ever again.

    Char Char Binks in reply to goddessoftheclassroom. | January 5, 2022 at 7:38 am

    She did it to a minor under her care and influence. It has everything to do with her status as a teacher.

    Actually her being a teacher does come with responsibility to society besides her students. Teachers usually are mandated reporters for child abuse, which may, depending on the state, include children in the community.

I’m waiting for all the folks that will go to jail. Let’s see a mug shot or it didn’t happen.

    artichoke in reply to r2468. | January 4, 2022 at 8:22 pm

    It helped the agenda. It will be at most a slap on the wrist. Really hope I am wrong, in which case I might think something in our system in this country is worth saving.

Where does this fit on the Joe “horse de-wormer” Rogan scale of medical malpractice?

    Arminius in reply to Arminius. | January 4, 2022 at 7:41 pm

    I don’t mind getting downvoted. I just want to make clear I wasn’t criticizing Joe Rogan. I was criticizing the media, particularly CNN who kept to the narrative even after their medical correspondent Gupta got his ass handed to him on Rogan’s podcast, that Rogan had taken “horse de-wormer.”

    Carry on.

I’m so glad I sent my kids to private Christian schools. It was a struggle as I didn’t have a lot of money and was a single parent for most of their lives but my kids grew up to be responsible, loving parents and good citizens.

Get your kids out of Government Indoctrination Centers!

    artichoke in reply to JoAnne. | January 4, 2022 at 8:23 pm

    I don’t see how that matters. If you sent your kid to play at the teacher’s house with her kid, she might do the same thing. It’s down to the individual who jabbed someone at her home. It didn’t happen at school.

    Milwaukee in reply to JoAnne. | January 6, 2022 at 10:18 am

    Let me assure you that private Christian schools get infiltrated.

My kids’ first grade teacher kept a pliers in her desk and regularly pulled loose teeth. Jail?

    henrybowman in reply to Tim1911. | January 4, 2022 at 5:20 pm

    Ship a snaggletoothed kid off to the school nurse. (They still have those, don’t they?) She will at least be trained enough to know whether she’s legally justified in pulling it herself.

    Char Char Binks in reply to Tim1911. | January 5, 2022 at 7:40 am

    That may have been common practice, but it was wrong. Schoolteachers aren’t dentists.

    DaveGinOly in reply to Tim1911. | January 5, 2022 at 12:48 pm

    Vaccines, like any other kind of regulated medication, can only be given by prescription. However, certain medical professionals (such as pharmacists) have been afforded special license to “practice medicine” (and effectively “prescribe” the injection at the point of administration) when it comes to vaccinations. (This is to prevent actual doctors from being overwhelmed with vaccination seekers, even if they are only seeking prescriptions.) What this woman did was well outside the law, and she deserves any of the attendant punishments.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | January 4, 2022 at 4:22 pm

There is only one (non)-accine that has been “approved” b the FDA and that is the Pfizer Cominarty. All the other shots and jabs are emergency use authorization experimental drugs. Interestingly, the Cominarty shots are not even available to most Americans (I don’t know if they have even started being shipped here, yet). Every time there is talk about some (non)-vaccine and someone e=taking it or being forced by an employer to take it, they are talking about one of the shots that is only an emergency use authorization experimental drug (for which it is illegal, immoral, and just plain evil to force anyone to take). But the leftists have taken the FDA’s (political) approval of Cominarty (and only Cominarty) and made pretend that that meant that every single non-vaccine shot is now “approved” and can be mandated or forced on people. It is beyond insane and well past “evil”.

She probably believes the media narrative that the virus will kill children (or parents and teachers via children) and that the only way to stop it is with the vaccines.

It looks more likely that believing the media will land you in prison.

Finally, can we get the children out of the government schools now?

“You know this has to be happening a lot more than a few cases we’ve heard about.”

The good news is that not even the current cult hysteria will be enough to provide most of the younger kids with the level of incentive needed for them to want to get any type of “a shot” — no matter what insane Democrats claim.

Unauthorized practice of a profession? How about assault on a minor?

    DaveGinOly in reply to randian. | January 5, 2022 at 12:51 pm

    Absolutely. A minor can’t give consent for a variety of physical intrusions (sexual assault comes to mind, of course). And vaccinations cannot be legally administered without informed consent. This was definitely assault.

The only shot that has been “approved” by the FDA is the Pfizer Cominarty (which is not even much available to Americans).

It’s not available _at all_:

COMINARTY products are not orderable at this time.

Even if it were available, Pfizer’s formulation of the EUA vaxx and that of Comirnaty are no longer the same. The EUA version has been re-formulated to add Tromethamine, an alkalizer often used to treat heart-attack-patients, and this change was FDA approved (sans testing, sigh).

The FDA also approved a manufacturing change to the vaccine, to allow the company to switch the buffering solution that controls its Ph. The new buffer is called tromethamine, or tris.

No such change was approved for Comirnaty, though, at least not in the US. So Comirnaty as currently formulated, if it were to actually be manufactured, would not even be the same formulation as the EUA “vaccine.”

In any event, I doubt Comirnaty will ever be made available to Americans. It’s already obsolete, and Pfizer has full legal immunity with the existing setup. Why would they change?

    hopp singg in reply to hopp singg. | January 5, 2022 at 3:12 am

    Further, I have a question that perhaps someone here can answer.

    Pfizer made a conscious choice not to use tromethamine initially. Does anyone know why not? Moderna uses it, but Pfizer eschewed it. By foregoing its use, Pfizer then also had to undertake to maintain their entire supply chain at ultra-cold temperatures. That’s a royal pain.

    So there must have been a tradeoff, some reason they avoided its use in the first place. Does anyone know what that was? Because whatever it was, it had to be a pretty big deal for them to have gone the ultra-cold route instead.

For some reason, TEACHERS have taken the attitude that THEY are INVINCIBLE! They think they can subvert our LAWS and do as they please since they have a UNION and democrat backing! Like many others, Teachers need to be put back into their places – they are TEACHERS who are SUPPOSED to teach the SUBJECT MATTER! There’s no class that requires a TEACHER to inform her students of her sexual preferences nor act as a Nazi Medical Experimenter!