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HCA FLORIDA OAK HILL HOSPITAL

HCA FLORIDA OAK HILL HOSPITAL

HCA FLORIDA OAK HILL HOSPITAL

My husband and I had gotten covid-pneumonia. While I was down for 11 days, he cared for me and our 3 grandbabies we are raising. By the 11th day he begged me to go to hospital as he could break my fever. 


Together we went Michael a 55 year old strong healthy man and I 57 with diabetes, over weight and other ailments was released. 


They asked to keep him overnight for observation and unfortunately was given the protocol Redmesvir and declined drastically over the next 19 days ( His organs all started to shut down.) 


My strong loving soulmate was ripped from our family. 


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The following videos give a deeper understanding of what has and is continuing to happen. The first is a documentary covering the stories of family who lost their loved ones to involuntary euthanasia. The second video is Michael Elston who is raising awareness of the new Nice Guidelines for NG163 protocol:

Jacqui Deevoy is a freelance journalist who spent many years writing for major British newspapers. Around two years ago she began investigating how a banished euthanasia program had returned to British hospitals—coinciding with the onset of COVID-19. 

Michael Elston speaking from Altrincham Town Hall concerning NHS England's reintroduction of involuntary euthanasia as part of its response to the covid-19 pandemic because this country simply does not have enough hospital beds to treat everyone. 

Jacqui Deevoy is a freelance journalist who spent many years writing for major British newspapers. Around two years ago she began investigating how a banished euthanasia program had returned to British hospitals—coinciding with the onset of COVID-19. 

Michael Elston speaking from Altrincham Town Hall concerning NHS England's reintroduction of involuntary euthanasia as part of its response to the covid-19 pandemic because this country simply does not have enough hospital beds to treat everyone. 

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Tuesday, 23 July 2024