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My husband died on the 19th May, I believe as a direct result of the Astrazenica vaccine.  The problem is there was no post mortem and I only found out hours before the funeral that I could have asked for one.

An hour after I found him laying on the bedroom floor dead I received a phone call, yes a phone call, from my doctor to say that he was going to put this down as a heart attack because he thought a post mortem would be too traumatic for me.  How he could decide that is beyond me because I have only met the man twice, he had more dealings with my husband and couldn't even get HIS medical history correct on the MCCD.
The fact is that my husband was on blood thinners and should never have been given this injection.  The doctor should have known that.  A friend who is a medical practicioner and doesn't want to get involved said he thought the doctor was covering something up by not doing a post mortem.  My husband was 65, had been in very good health up to his second jab and we were planning to travel up north that day for a couple of days of drone flying.  If this wasn't a sudden death (which warrants a post mortem) then I don't know what is.
My problem is that I don't know who to turn to.  The one person who would always guide me on things like this, regardless if he agreed or not, was my husband.
Can someone please tell me what I can do?  The death certificate says "possible" heart attack, nothing is conclusive and I am tearing myself apart trying to find answers.
Thanks in advance.
Janet

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@hexi

I saw your previous thread and want to say how sorry I am to hear such terrible news.

 

Hopefully someone will give you some good advice on what to do next but all I can say is it sounds like you will need a good solicitor who deals with these kind of cases and also to seek out others in a similar situation to yourself as sadly I'm sure you will not be the only one in this situation.

 

Good luck 

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I am in the same boat, @heximy fiance died after taking the Pfizer jab, no post mortem but it was definitely the jab that killed her... I'm currently weighing up my options of where to go next with this, thinking of starting a specific thread for those who have lost loved ones to these experimental death jabs so we can pool and share information... there's going to be more and more people who this affects, particularly as we move into the autumn and winter months... 

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The UKColumn have covered other peoples stories and I'm sure they would be interested to hear about what has happened. They are regularly updating the adverse reactions recorded on the yellow card scheme on their website

 

Recording the reactions in the official data (yellow card scheme) and sharing stories is how we get justice for this because the truth must come out

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6 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

The UKColumn have covered other peoples stories and I'm sure they would be interested to hear about what has happened. They are regularly updating the adverse reactions recorded on the yellow card scheme on their website

 

Recording the reactions in the official data (yellow card scheme) and sharing stories is how we get justice for this because the truth must come out

 

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On 6/11/2021 at 3:44 AM, hexi said:

My husband died on the 19th May, I believe as a direct result of the Astrazenica vaccine.  The problem is there was no post mortem and I only found out hours before the funeral that I could have asked for one.

An hour after I found him laying on the bedroom floor dead I received a phone call, yes a phone call, from my doctor to say that he was going to put this down as a heart attack because he thought a post mortem would be too traumatic for me.  How he could decide that is beyond me because I have only met the man twice, he had more dealings with my husband and couldn't even get HIS medical history correct on the MCCD.
The fact is that my husband was on blood thinners and should never have been given this injection.  The doctor should have known that.  A friend who is a medical practicioner and doesn't want to get involved said he thought the doctor was covering something up by not doing a post mortem.  My husband was 65, had been in very good health up to his second jab and we were planning to travel up north that day for a couple of days of drone flying.  If this wasn't a sudden death (which warrants a post mortem) then I don't know what is.
My problem is that I don't know who to turn to.  The one person who would always guide me on things like this, regardless if he agreed or not, was my husband.
Can someone please tell me what I can do?  The death certificate says "possible" heart attack, nothing is conclusive and I am tearing myself apart trying to find answers.
Thanks in advance.
Janet

 

 

Have you registered the death?

 

If not, when you go to register you can say you are not in agreement with the doctors certificate of death.  After that you can make a claim to the registrar and say you were under duress due to your husbands sudden death and go from there... Failing that, you can contact a lawyer/solicitor and get some advice maybe.

 

I think that as your husbands doctor put down ''possible'' heart attack...you may find it easier to question and fight. At the very least he should have put ''possible'' connection to C19 vaccine.

 

I dont think people realize that at the registering of a death the informant gets asked if they agree with the details on the form sent by the doctor. The doctor puts this form in a sealed envelope...but just open it...as I did with my mums.... and know before your register...so you can refuse to sign the death into the record.

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I am sorry to hear OP and @HAARPING_On 😢

 

I'm sure it's traumatic but isn't it also right to find out about the true cause of his death?

I would search for a solicitor who deals with medical negligence and start a case.

 

Also it's a good idea to start a thread on this subject. I'm sure many non-members out there are searching for an answer and it would be helpful if you can lay out a guideline/steps to get justice......

 

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18 hours ago, Macnamara said:

The UKColumn have covered other peoples stories and I'm sure they would be interested to hear about what has happened. They are regularly updating the adverse reactions recorded on the yellow card scheme on their website

 

Recording the reactions in the official data (yellow card scheme) and sharing stories is how we get justice for this because the truth must come out

Firstly sorry to those who have lost loved ones to this.

 

Regarding UK column. What contact do you suggest? I did write to them by email about my father's care home death but didn't get a response. So wondering if I have the correct details and also for others on here.

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2 hours ago, Mr H said:

Firstly sorry to those who have lost loved ones to this.

 

Regarding UK column. What contact do you suggest? I did write to them by email about my father's care home death but didn't get a response. So wondering if I have the correct details and also for others on here.

 

They are probably getting inundated with communications at the moment

 

Also IKONIC has a news show 'right now' but even if some of these independent media shows can't manage to tell every story that comes across their desk they are still able to build a picture from all the stories they are told that will help inform their reporting. If you have damning evidence then that too may prove invaluable

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