Dr. Bridle sues Guelph University and their professors 
Dr. Byram Bridle, a viral immunologist and tenured professor at Guelph University’s Ontario Veterinary College, is suing his university and 11 other parties for tortious conduct against him.

Mike Campbell

December 23, 2022

Dr. Byram Bridle, a viral immunologist and tenured professor at Guelph University’s Ontario Veterinary College, is suing his university and 11 other parties for tortious conduct against him.

Dr. Bridle sues Guelph University and their professors
Dr. Bridle sues Guelph University and their professors.

“The plaintiff is not, and has never been, ‘anti-vaccination’. The plaintiff studies, develops, and researches vaccines. His career is built on the creation of vaccines,” the lawsuit states.

Most individuals Bridle is suing are Guelph University professors. Bridle, an outspoken critic of the Covid-19 vaccine, said he was defamed over his vaccine stance. 

In 2021, Bridle expressed concerns about the safety of the Covid vaccine and suggested more caution is needed before vaccinating people, especially young and healthy individuals. 

The lawsuit states that Bridle had a stellar reputation before his comments on the Covid vaccines. It points to the fact he’s published 74 peer-reviewed studies in high-quality journals and has brought in “millions of dollars of operating funds to the University of Guelph over his tenure as a faculty member.” 

Per court documents, Bridle says he has suffered extensive damages, including significant loss of standing as a virologist, immunologist, scientist and academic, a loss of income, equipment and lab materials, damage to his teaching career and research program, loss of missed opportunity, inability to recruit new graduates and mental anguish.

He’s seeking a total of $3 million. CTV reports that court documents show Bridle is suing for general damages of $500,000, punitive damages of $500,000 and restitution damages of $1.5 million concerning lab equipment, loss of grant and research funding.

One individual Bridle is suing is Dr. Fisman, who in 2021, published a study that spoke to the risks of “mixing” with unvaccinated people.

On May 27, Bridle was interviewed on a Global News On Point segment where he expressed some of his safety concerns with the Covid vaccines.

“Immediately following the ‘On Point’ interview, the Defendents, Pyle, Weese, and Fisman, began a targeted and vicious campaign of personal attacks and harrassement aimed at the Plaintiff, over social media, in order to label to Plaintiff, a career vaccinologist, as an ‘anti-vaxxer’ and disseminator of ‘misinformation’, in order to silence and discredit him.”

“However, the Defendents . . . did not identify any false information in the interview.” 

The suit further alleges that emails from Fisman to Pyle and Weese “manifest a conspiracy hatched and instigated by Fisman, agreeing with Pyle and Weese to destroying the Plaintiff’s reputation and work.”

Earlier this year, a June interview with the Moderna Chief Medical Officer surfaced where he concedes the spike protein from the COVID vaccine can interact with and damage heart cells. The admission vindicated Bridle, who warned about the vaccine over a year ago with the same concerns and was criticized for it. 

Bridle said being vindicated with the Moderna admission came with “mixed emotions” since he’s suffered “irreparable damage” to his career and reputation. 

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