Whiteboard Explainer Video
Turn to God and Do Not Comply

 

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Introduction to
‘Genocide Then and Now’

Scott and Vera Video

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The Tragedy: Thou Shall Not Kill


Was Grace Murdered? You decide..

Was Grace Murdered? Does 2 + 2 = 4?

  • At least 100 doctors/health care professionals have called her death murder.
  • From the doctor who reviewed all of the doctors’ reports:

"Each of these meds (Precedex, Lorazepam, and 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."

  • From an intensivist: "Scott: I agree the medications killed your daughter."
  • "Grace called the nurses "idiots" within 30 minutes after Jessica took over as an advocate – the nurses were ‘shifting’ her at that time [would a Down Syndrome person say something like this if it wasn’t true?].
  • Why was Jessica told she must go home to take a shower on Grace’s last day when Scott was told he couldn’t leave the room? There was a shower in the room.
  • Grace had a great day the day prior to her death [talking/joking/Facetiming/high oxygen level], so much so that the doctor commented on this fact when he called the morning of Grace’s death; her oxygen was in the high 90s all night. Of course, the "official report" is consistent with the hospital narrative. However, that last morning, after Scott and Cindy DID NOT give the hospital permission to "use a ventilator in case it becomes necessary," [for the 5th time!] the doctor ordered Grace to be strapped to the bed, for wanting to go to the bathroom, and increased the dosage of sedation to 14X the original dosage. The hospital recorded Grace’s oxygen saturation at 44%, on their big monitor, when it was 93%! Why? He then ordered an anxiety med and morphine which should never be combined! Why? Because the hospital was only making $1,680/day on Grace’s care because she wasn’t on a ventilator? Because the hospital was at maximum capacity the day Grace died with better paying patients in the ER waiting for a room? Is the U.S. implementing the Stanford Prison Experiment on a larger scale?
  • If end of life meds need to be administered, wouldn’t the family be notified so they can say goodbye? Terrorists are treated with more dignity than Grace was. If Grace would have been treated like a valued person of society, instead of being poisoned as a deplorable, she would be alive today!

2 (administering end of life meds) + 2 (doctor ordered DNR) = 4 (Grace’s death)