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The Tragedy: Thou Shall Not Kill

Was Grace Killed Because She Had Down Syndrome?

Some interesting facts from doctors’ reports:

  • There were 22 doctor reports written during the seven days Grace was in the hospital
  • Down Syndrome is mentioned 36 times in these reports
  • Down Syndrome is not mentioned in only two of the reports
  • Down Syndrome is a listed item in ‘Past Medical and Surgical History’ in the reports
  • Down Syndrome is listed as a ‘Diagnosis’ in the reports
  • Only one of the doctors interacted with Grace; the others apparently thought she was stupid
  • Specific literal comments, from the doctors’ reports, regarding Down Syndrome:
    • "She does have the Down syndrome facies"
    • "…patient with past medical history of Down syndrome"
    • "Face is consistent with Down syndrome"
    • "She has a history of complete trisomy 21 syndrome"
    • "Also, patient has previous history of Down syndrome"
    • "Background of Down Syndrome"
    • "The patient does have facies compatible with trisomy 21"
    • "Complete trisomy 21"

Think about these questions:

Would a non-deplorable adult be put on continuous sedation, via Precedex?

Would a non-deplorable adult be strapped to the hospital bed for wanting to go to the bathroom?

Would a non-deplorable adult be given a combination of meds to kill him/her?

Grace was high functioning and a calm person, by nature! Were these measures taken out of convenience for hospital staff or part of a larger agenda?

Why list Down Syndrome in the reports? What’s next: Unvaccinated? White working male? Christian? [‘Unvaccinated’ and ‘Christian’ were both mentioned in the doctors’ reports!]

Conclusion, per a doctor who reviewed all the records:

"Precedex is a med used for anesthesia to put people to sleep for surgery and procedures. Depending on the dose, it can induce a coma-level sleep.

Each of these meds (Precedex, Lorazepam, Morphine), on their own, have an increased risk of serious or life-threatening breathing problems and cardiac arrest, and there's an additive effect when used in combination. To use them like they did in a person with a diagnosis of acute respiratory distress is beyond believable as to intention."