Gun Shot, Parkinson’s Disease Deaths Labeled as Covid Fatalities

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There have been numerous reports on the inaccuracies in Covid19 fatality cases, and the numbers seem to be increasing.

A 60-year old man was shot and killed. A 90-year old man fell and died from a hip fracture. A 77-year old woman died of Parkinson’s disease. All of these cases were labeled as Covid19 fatalities by the Medical Examiner’s office in West Palm Beach, FL.

CBS12’s investigative team combed through the Medical Examiner’s records of all the purported victims of Covid19 recently and found these cases – there eight in all – in which a person was counted as a Covid19 fatality death but where Covid was not listed as a contributing cause of death.

“I think it is completely misleading,” said Rachel Eade, a Palm Beach County resident who has been researching the Covid records issue. “We need to remove those cases that are not COVID exclusive, and we need to be giving people that information.”

Eade is currently suing Palm Beach County over its mask mandate.

Last week we detailed how a victim of a motorcycle accident was labeled as a Covid19 fatality, and how labs all over the country have been reporting numerous false positives when it comes to Covid19 testing.

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