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WIFE STATES HOSPITAL STARVED, DEHYDRATED, LIED TO, INTIMIDATED, AND BULLIED HER HUSBAND
Patient Wants to Leave Hospital Against Medical Advice but Forbidden to Leave Unless He, with no Help, Dresses Himself and Walks to Elevator After Being Given Xanax
I got sick, then two of our kids got it, then my husband, Jason, got sick on September 30, 2021. I got him started on all of the same protocol as us, and we recovered nicely. However, one week after Jason showed symptoms, he was getting worse, not better. We monitored his oxygen percent and pulse with a device. By October 7, his oxygen was in the low 80’s, so we went to the Urgent Care clinic. The first one refused to see him and told us to go to the hospital. The second one would not see him because he has Veteran insurance and it is against policy. We went right down the street to the hospital.
I told them, “No Remdesivir, no ventilator” from the moment we got there, and I refused to sign the agreement for “treatment” at the reception desk, until I was assured that this agreement was only temporary.
He was Covid positive and I could not go back with him. Never mind that we slept in the same bed the night before, and I had it first . . . nope. I could not see my husband again until it was too late, 14 days later.
They starved him, dehydrated him, lied to him, intimidated, and bullied him. They neglected him – I have text messages and pictures for evidence. They gave him Remdesivir without consent and when it made him sicker and weaker, they convinced him to intubate.
The hospital refused any other treatment like Ivermectin and laughed at me when I had studies to show them. They would not let him leave either. In order to sign the AMA (Against Medical Advice), he would be cut off the oxygen immediately, made to get dressed, and walk down half a mile to the elevator - no wheelchair - and no one could help him. This is after they gave him Xanax because he had “anxiety,” and he was not used to taking anything like that. He could not walk if he tried! So, they held him as prisoner. They made it actually impossible for him to leave. False imprisonment.
Then, while ventilated, they paralyzed and sedated him, and gave him end of life, hospice medications like Fentanyl. He was almost off the ventilator, but he got a secondary infection, so they re-paralyzed him and “started over.”
He was murdered October 25, 2021. It was a huge theatrical production with very bad acting. I was allowed to be there with him the last five days, and I saw everything. The negligence and the abuse, first hand.
I am still going through medical records, but it looks like he was eventually euthanized with an overdose of Fentanyl. I refused to sign a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) or give in to any of the fear tactics they used on everyone.
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