56-year-old healthcare worker turned whistleblower of Te Whatu Ora, New Zealand’s public health agency, Barry Young, was arrested over the weekend for his alleged involvement in the “unauthorized disclosure and misuse of data.”
The healthcare worker reportedly played a key role in developing a project that established a vaccine payment system for providers, known as the pay-per-dose system.
He later came forward with data regarding excess deaths that he claims are connected to specific batches of the Pfizer vaccine.
“I was involved with building a project and helped with implementing a vaccine payment system for our providers. It’s called a pay-per-dose system. So that means that every time someone gets vaccinated, they get a payment for it as a provider. And I helped build it, I implemented it. And when I was looking at the data, which is part of my job, I noticed some discrepancies with the dates of death, people getting people dying within a week of being vaccinated,” Young told Liz Gunn, the leader of the NZ Loyal Party, a former mainstream media journalist and lawyer.
“As soon as the system went live, we noticed that people were dying almost straight away after being injected. So, that sort of prompted my curiosity a bit. So, I dug a little deeper,” he added.
“This cannot be a natural event. This is man-made,” Young said. “If it’s happening here, guarantee it’s happening everywhere, and we need more people like me to stand up and just come out. Don’t be scared, just do it.”
During his initial procedural appearance at court, Young received a standing ovation from a public gallery, and after shouted “FREEDOM” toward the crowd.