Summery of witness statements from Day Three of the Grand Jury (see links below). Notes taken by Hugh Williams (HMW)– author of Covid Crisis 101 Unanswered Questions. In order to read the full summery, please download the PDF—see below article.
Dr Bryan Ardis on Remdesivir
A resume of his testimony: Deaths in New York
In March 2020 there were non-stop reports of deaths in New York City from a respiratory virus. By day three, after admission for Covid-19, the patients would find that the disease had started attacking the kidneys, which, in many cases, led to kidney failure and death.
The doctors in New York were reporting that they were short of kidney dialysis machines and ventilators.
Ardis’ own father-in-law, when in hospital with flu in March 2020, died of kidney failure but, as Ardis was to find out, this was not due to Covid but as a result of the drug that was given to him.
Dr Anthony Fauci and Remdesivir
In May 2020 he read a memo from Dr Anthony Fauci saying there is only one drug that is authorised to be used in all hospitals across America, and that drug is Remdesivir.
He said that it had been found safe and effective against the Ebola virus. It was also found safe and effective by its makers, Gilead Sciences.
For those who don’t know who Dr Fauci is, here is a brief summary:
Anthony Stephen Fauci (pronounced Fauchi) was born 24 December 1940. He is an American physician, an immunologist who has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984.
Since January 2020, he has been one of the key people serving The White House Coronavirus Task Force addressing the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.
Dr Fauci also said there were two drugs that were not to be allowed for Covid patients, namely Hydroxychloroquine and Chloroquine. At that stage Ardis had never heard of Remdesivir and so he decided to investigate and he could not believe what he discovered.
The declared dangers of using Remdesivir
Dr Ardis read that, rather than being safe and effective for the treatment of Ebola, Remdesivir was the least effective and deadliest drug in the Ebola trial. Indeed, once they discovered how unsafe and ineffective Remdesivir was, the safety board for that trial suspended its use for the rest of the trial.
Remdesivir had a mortality rate of over 50% (…)
John O’Looney’s testimony
In his introductory remarks, John O’Looney said that, in his job as an undertaker, it is quite clear that nobody wants to check whether an unexpected death might have been caused by the deceased having been vaccinated.
Just before Christmas 2021, John had a cold that developed into something much worse, and so he went to bed. He started getting breathless, and called an ambulance, only to encounter a woman medic inside who told him how selfish he was for not being vaccinated. He was taken to hospital where they did three lateral flow tests, all of which were negative.
Nonetheless, he was taken to a ward where a consultant came to see him and said, “We are going to start you on Remdesivir.” John said he did not want to be put on Remdesivir and so the consultant stomped off and was not seen by John again.
After the consultant had left, some nurses who were in the ward and who had seen this exchange, came over and thanked John for having said what he had.
Some time later a young lady came over to him. She was from Oxford University and she offered him a choice of two drugs, because she said otherwise he might die. One was Baracitinib and the other Tocilizumab.
John said that he would research them and, having done so, he asked her why she would give them to someone with respiratory problems. The lady refused to look him in the face and left.
Two men in beds opposite him had accepted these drugs and John lay awake all night watching them die.
John said that he deliberately kept himself awake for seventy two hours in the hospital in case they jabbed him with something while he slept.
After these experiences, John O’Looney knew he had to get out of that hospital.
Since he was starting to feel better he tried to leave but they called the hospital’s security team who tried to have him arrested as a threat to public health. He spent three hours arguing with them, during which a respiratory consultant said that he would die within minutes if he left the ward. At one point they tried hard to ventilate him which again he refused (HMW adds: it has been clearly established that ventilators tend to hasten death rather than cure the patient.)
In spite of these difficulties, John did manage to escape from hospital.
Here is a summary of John’s other points:
- It is dreadful to think that, when in a hospital today, you are surrounded by people whom you want to trust but many of whom are actually trying to kill you.
- Most of the hospital staff were intimidating and aggressive. They will no longer let a family into the hospital to support their ailing loved ones.
- Some nurses are trying to minimise the damage being done by the physicians.
- His time in hospital was a chilling experience. A veritable horror movie.
- John now says that he suffers from survivor’s guilt because he left people in that hospital whom he would love to have tried to save.
- What has been and is still happening is intentional mass murder.
- On the basis of a simple Xray he saw people being put on end of life care.
- He was aware of a nil-by-mouth patient on end-of-life care who died of starvation in deep distress in a locked ward. He was begging for a cup of tea, but he was not even allowed that.
- 80,000 nurses etc refused the vaccination because they have seen how, in many cases, that it can be lethal.
- The staff members in hospital must speak out. If they find themselves in court for these crimes, it will not be possible for them to say that they were just following orders.
- And, once such physicians have been put in court, human nature dictates that some will start to break down and tell the truth about what has been going on.
Download the full document including charts: Doctor Bryan Ardis and John O’Looney give testimony to the Court of Public Opinion
The Grand Jury videos:
- Nuremberg Trial 2.0 – Watch Day One of Grand Jury
- Grand Jury – Days Two and Three
- Grand Jury – Days Four and Five
- Grand Jury – Day Six