NIH altered documents filed in federal court

Note that views expressed in this opinion article are the writer’s personal views and not necessarily those of TrialSite.On September 8, 2021, the National Institutes of Health filed 18 documents with the US District Court, District of New Jersey. The documents were attached to a “Status Report”(Electronic Case File 16) in the case of Yim v. National Institutes of Health (3:21-cv-07031). Three of those documents, Exhibits G, H, and I, were altered.

In their original form, the documents contained a URL to the ivermectin recommendation located on the NIH website. In contrast, in the altered documents filed with the court, the URLs are non-functional. The URLs were altered by replacing the “hyphen-minus” character (ASCII 45) with the “hyphen” character (ASCII 8208). The URL in the original document and in the document filed in the court are shown below and are visually identical. The URL from the original is first and the URL from the document submitted to the court is second.‐on‐ivermect...

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