The Dr. Ardis Show: 3 Fresno hospitals sued for using lethal "remdesivir protocol" on patients – Brighteon.TV
Multiple families took legal action against three different hospital systems in Fresno, California for wrongful deaths. According to the families' lawyers, the plaintiffs' relatives were treated with the controversial antiviral drug remdesivir
without informed consent.
Chiropractor Dr. Bryan Ardis touched on these cases of hospital homicide during the height of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-10) pandemic on the Sept. 28 edition of "The Dr. Ardis Show" on Brighteon.TV
. He noted that there are lawyers going around the country to talk about the wrongful deaths of individuals treated with remdesivir.
Attorneys Daniel Watkins and Michael Hamilton filed lawsuits on Sept. 7 at the Superior Court of California in Fresno County against three hospitals
– Saint Agnes Medical Center, Community Regional Medical Center and Clovis Community Medical Center. The two lawyers discussed the complaints they filed on the same day, during an event titled "Remdesivir Death: Landmark Lawsuit."
Medical advocates – including Ardis himself and Drs. Peter McCullough, Angie Farella and Janci Lindsay – were in attendance during the Sept. 7 event. All four medical experts spoke out against the use of remdesivir.
"Full informed consent means that patients must be provided with full information about the deadly harm that this dangerous experimental drug causes of its own. They must be told that the only time it was ever tested, it was pulled because it killed so many people," the lawsuit stated.
According to Watkins, they filed the lawsuits on behalf of 14 Fresno-area families who alleged that the hospitals engaged in "medical deception" and failed to tell them about the potential side effects of the drug, which include kidney failure.
The two lawyers also referenced a study from the New England Journal of Medicine,
in which a safety board found remdesivir to be the least effective and the deadliest drug in the trial. Use of the antiviral drug was suspended following the death of Ebola patients.
Remdesivir's emergency use authorization to treat COVID-19 was also shrouded in corruption. It was approved by a panel that had nine individuals with financial ties to its manufacturer, Gilead Sciences. (Related: The war on Hydroxychloroquine can be traced back to Gilead, the drug maker looking to profit big from Remdesivir
Lawsuit accuses the three hospitals of violating Nuremberg Code
The lawsuit accused the three hospitals of violating the Nuremberg Code, which criminalizes human experimentation performed without informed consent – as is the case for these patients getting remdesivir without their explicit approval. Watkins said there were some cases where remdesivir was given even after the patients declined
, based on witness testimony.
It also alleged that COVID-19 patients were subjected to the "remdesivir protocol." This happens when patients come to a hospital for a problem unrelated to COVID-19, only to be told they have COVID or COVID pneumonia. From there, they are separated from their families, placed in isolation and told that remdesivir is the only option.
"They are placed on a BiPap machine at a high rate, making it difficult for them to breathe. Their hands are often tied down so they can’t take the BiPap machine off their face," the lawsuit alleged.
It went on to say that a psychiatrist is present to determine whether or not the patient is agitated, which results in their sedation, making it difficult for them to fight the side effects of remdesivir, "especially as it relates to their ability to breathe against the side effects and against the BiPap machine."
The lawsuit added that phones and signaling instruments for the nurses are placed beyond patients' reach. They are kept malnourished and eventually intubated before they expire. According to the lawsuit, a "protocol patient" dies after nine days on average.
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