Funeral Director: 95% of the People Who Have Passed Away Had COVID Injections Within Two Weeks of Their Death
FDA Refuses to Release Autopsy Results on People Who Died After COVID Vaccines
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Brenton Faithfull is a Funeral Director and a Justice of the Peace. He is well aware of the importance of the truth. He told Dr. Shelton that in the past year, 95% of the dead that he has buried, had their covid injections within two weeks of their death. He confirmed the finding of abnormal blood clots in these Kiwis, as has been found internationally.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it’s barred from releasing the results of autopsies conducted on people who died after getting COVID-19 vaccines, but a drug safety advocate said the agency could release the autopsies with personal information redacted.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is refusing to release the results of autopsies conducted on people who died after getting COVID-19 vaccines.
The FDA says it is barred from releasing medical files, but a drug safety advocate says that it could release the autopsies with personal information redacted.
The refusal was issued to The Epoch Times, which submitted a Freedom of Information Act for all autopsy reported obtained by the FDA concerning any deaths reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) following COVID-19 vaccination.
Reports are lodged with the system when a person experiences an adverse event, or a health issue, after receiving a vaccine.
The FDA and other agencies are tasked with investigating the reports. Authorities request and review medical records to vet the reports, including autopsies.
The FDA declined to release any reports, even redacted copies.
The FDA cited federal law, which enables agencies to withhold information if the agency “reasonably foresees that disclosure would harm an interest protected by an exemption,” with the exemption being “personnel and medical files and similar files the disclosure of which would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.”
Federal regulations also bar the release of “personnel, medical and similar files the disclosure of which constitutes a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.”