The stories of families whose loved ones died in the hospital because of what they call “death protocols” are strikingly similar.
The patients were all scorned because of their unvaccinated status and were given a combination of sedatives and the antiviral drug remdesivir. They were also kept isolated and malnourished, and ultimately put on a ventilator before dying.
After the deaths of their loved ones, the families were left in confusion and with inconceivable stories that many wouldn’t believe—stories of chilling administrative cruelty.
“They are horror stories,” Carolyn Blakeman, media director and task force coordinator for FFFF, told The Epoch Times.
Many of these hospital deaths occurred in 2021, after COVID-19 vaccine mandates were announced by President Joe Biden.
In some cases, people who didn’t want to take the experimental vaccine were being fired from their jobs, while unvaccinated patients in hospitals were being treated much differently than their vaccinated counterparts.
The phrase “the pandemic of the unvaccinated” was used by public officials to place blame on those who chose not to take vaccines that later proved to not be as safe and effective as touted.
'We Need Massive Investigations'Brad Geyer, a former federal prosecutor for 21 years with the Department of Justice and the FBI, told The Epoch Times, “We found these testimonial accounts to be so overwhelming, unimpeachable, and compelling that it might be exactly what we need to break the spell.”
Dr. Peter McCullough, a renowned cardiologist who has spoken out against COVID-19 protocols, is the president of FFFF, a New Jersey-based nonprofit made up of former federal agents, prosecutors, lawyers, medical professionals, researchers, and volunteers whose efforts are geared toward exposing what it has determined are fraudulent COVID-19 practices established by the medical establishment, as well as Marxist ideologies that have infiltrated U.S. institutions and have directed society into a “new normal” of unconstitutionality.
There are several goals of the project, one being to create a historical document on what has taken place for those who can’t get their voices heard in mainstream media outlets that have been corrupted by the “safe and effective” feedback loop, Geyer said. Then, FFFF finds representation for the victims while building a larger, collective case for crimes against humanity investigations.
There's also the goal of putting pressure on elected officials to hold everyone involved accountable, he said.
'They Scare These People to Death Through Emotional and Psychological Abuse'In each story, Blakeman said family members have told her that doctors presented the same case for a ventilator.
“If I’ve heard that once, I’ve heard it 200 times in the exact words: ‘We’re just going to put you on the vent for a couple of days to give your lungs a rest,’” she said. “It’s like they all got the same memo on what to tell their patients. It’s insane.”
There's also the “COVID cocktail” that's set before every patient, Blakeman said, which she called a kidney-failing combination of remdesivir, vancomycin, and dexamethasone.
Each report also includes vitriolic contempt from doctors for the unvaccinated patients.
“They scare these people to death through emotional and psychological abuse,” Blakeman said. “We had a victim whose husband literally had to break her out, with cops chasing them down the hallway to their getaway car. They are treated worse than prisoners.”
The value of the interviews as historical documents will help future generations to remember and not repeat these atrocities, according to Geyer.
“Imagine if we could have interviewed all of those in the concentration camps,” he said. “That’s what we are doing here in trying to build a machine that unearths the full truth of what occurred while it can deprogram enough people to get engaged in our effort to ensure our government continues to honor and respect the full measure of rights associated with citizenship and protect our constitutional rights.”
Another goal is to set up a humanity restoration board of physicians who have been uncorrupted, such as McCullough and Malone, to administer an organization that would confer, recommend, and advocate for physicians and nurses who want to come forward to make full disclosures of what they’ve done in exchange for leniency and amnesty.
“If we could create a quasi-governmental entity of physicians and scientists to administer a whistleblower program that would initially be a trickle, it could eventually become a stream and then hopefully a river of testimonies from physicians and nurses who want to get off their consciences what they’ve done,” Geyer said.
'Our Stories Are Eerily the Same'Among the people FFFF has interviewed are Katrin Crum, Aletha Chavez, and Ashley Wines, each of whom also spoke with The Epoch Times about their experiences.
“It’s been eight months since my husband was killed, and I say killed because that’s exactly what happened,” Crum said. “He did not die of COVID. He died from the federal COVID protocols that were dictated to every hospital in the country.”
Crum started the private Facebook group "C19 Widows/Widowers that want JUSTICE," where she met Chavez and Wines. The group now has 600 members.
“All of our stories are eerily the same, and there’s a reason for that,” she said.
Crum’s husband, 58-year-old Richard, was a principal at a private school in Washington state that served special needs students.
“Over 20 of his former students attended his memorial and spoke about the positive impact he had on their lives,” she said.
“When the pandemic started, the [National Institutes of Health and] the FDA handed down protocols for hospitals to follow in treating COVID patients,” she said. “Never before in the history of our country did a three-letter agency dictate to the doctor what the standard of care for a patient was going to be.”
Neither the NIH nor the FDA responded to The Epoch Times’ requests for comment.
Previously, individual treatment had been left up to the physician and was an open discussion between the physician and the patient, according to Crum.
“But now, all of that has been thrown out the window,” she said. “My 58-year-old husband in Washington received the exact same treatment as a 40-year-old woman in Florida who had none of the same health issues that my husband had.”
Richard was admitted on Oct. 21, 2021, and died in the hospital on Nov. 5, with Crum, who had been able to advocate her way into finally seeing him after 11 days, in the room with him as nurses attempted CPR.
“He had wrist restraints on, a sore on his face from the mask, and had lost 36 pounds in 14 days,” she said.
Before he died, one doctor had attempted to coerce Crum into agreeing to change his classification to “Do Not Resuscitate,” she said.
“I kept refusing, and finally, at the end of our conversation, she was so mad, she told me, ‘Fine, if you won’t change him to DNR when your husband goes into cardiac arrest, I’ll refuse to give him chest compressions,’” she said.
Crum had a private autopsy and toxicology report done that listed medical conditions that caused his death other than COVID-19: a 90 percent blockage in the main artery of his heart that went untreated throughout his 16-day stay at the hospital and a lethal dose of fentanyl.
The protocols make the patients like her husband sicker and lead to death while reaping high financial incentives from the federal government through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and the American Rescue Plan, she said.
Hospitals get reimbursed for admitting or having a patient test positive for COVID-19, which is why there are reports such as Crum’s in which staff continued to test a patient for the virus even if they weren’t admitted with a positive test.
'A Perverse Agenda'Tom Renz, an attorney with America’s Frontline Doctors and Make Americans Free Again—organizations that oppose unconstitutional federal health mandates—spoke with The Epoch Times in a previous article about the reimbursements.
“The laws are structured in a way that incentivizes hospitals to kill people,” he said. “The hospital makes more money if you die from COVID-19 than if you recover from it. Why don’t we incentivize hospitals for getting people cured of COVID?”
Hall said it’s something “we need to get to the bottom of” so that it doesn’t become “the norm,” because the treatment isn't only unhelpful, but also causing harm.
“How many people walk into U.S. hospitals and don’t walk out again because of this perverse agenda?” Crum asked. “A very high number.”
'I Trusted Them'Chavez’s more detailed account of her husband Roberto’s death in a hospital in California can be found on FFFF's web page.
Roberto was a deputy sheriff for the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department who lifted weights and hiked every day.
“We were told he was the healthiest person there with COVID,” Chavez said. “He never took any medications, worked out every day, and had no co-morbidities.”
Roberto was aware of stories of neglect in nursing homes and hospitals throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, she said.
“He didn’t want to be admitted, but we just thought that he would go in and get a breathing treatment and come home, so, I took him to the hospital,” Chavez said. “It’s my biggest regret after all I know now.”
Roberto was admitted overnight on Aug. 17.
From the beginning, he was isolated, treated with neglect and disrespect because of his unvaccinated status, and put through the same series of protocols that led to Richard’s death, according to Chavez.
“He had told me he needed to use the bathroom, but couldn’t get a nurse to help him,” she said. “He asked me to call the nurses station at least five times since they would not respond to him.”
Chavez received a call at 4 a.m. from a nurse telling her that Roberto had fallen out of bed.
“I know my husband,” she said. “He’s not just going to lay there. He’s going to get up and use the bathroom.”
The nurse told Chavez that there were no injuries from the fall, but because Roberto lost his oxygen mask, he had gone into respiratory failure, which then led to their petition to put him on ventilation, she said, even though it was never a treatment he wanted.
“We had been texting and talking on the phone every day, so I knew he had been fine,” she said. “They told me if we don’t vent him he’ll die, so I was put on the spot. I agreed. When given that choice, what would you do? I trusted them.”
The next day, Roberto's heart stopped three times, and on the third time, he couldn't be resuscitated. He died on Aug. 26, 2021.
“That was the worst day of my life,” she said.
At first, Chavez said she thought it was just neglect. Then she paid an outside company of physicians and nurses to review Roberto’s medical records, which showed what they referred to as many red flags and, among other issues, that Roberto had been saturated with cross-interaction drugs while kept on fentanyl.
'They Told Us It Was His Fault'Ashley Wines, a nursing student whose story in more detail can be found on FFFF's webpage, lost her 32-year-old fiancé Phillip Carron on Oct. 14, 2021, after he was admitted on Sept. 23.
“Phil was a real estate agent here locally in Bellingham, Washington,” Wines said. “He actually just became sales manager and senior vice president for NW Premium Homes shortly before everything happened. We pretty much had our future set up for us.”
Like Crum and Chavez, she encountered rabid discrimination because of Phillip’s unvaccinated status, she said.
“When I tried to drop off some food, one nurse yelled at me, telling me that because he was unvaccinated, he was going to die and that he’s not going to be eating or drinking for the rest of the time he’s here,” Wines said.
Initially, Phillip was going to be kept for observation; however, after he denied vaccination, she said he was put on morphine overnight, which she said increases respiratory distress.
“The next morning, he’s getting sent to ICU and labeled ‘imminent death,’” Wines said. “A couple of days later, they start giving him precedex, which is a strong sedative, and remdesivir.”
After one dose of remdesivir, Phillip went into complete liver failure, she said.
Wines’s questioning of the protocols eventually got her banned from calling the hospital, she said, and she could no longer speak with Phillip, so she relied on Phillips's mother, Pam, for power of attorney.
While Phillip was on the ventilator, he lost 86 pounds in 15 days.
“I would say 75 percent of the nurses were just nasty,” she said. “Every single doctor was nasty. We had doctors laugh at us. They told us it was his fault because he was not vaccinated.”
Wines and Phillip’s mother, Pam, were with Phillip the day he died but left two hours earlier, according to Wines.
'We Are Going to Get Justice'“People don’t want to believe that this is happening,” Crum said, “but as more stories come out, you cannot deny it.”
There are hundreds of people willing to come forward to share stories like theirs, she said.
“This has got to stop,” Crum said. “I think whoever set this evil system in place thought we would just dissolve into a heap of grief.”
Although there are times when they may want to do just that, it’s now become bigger than that, she said.
“We are going to fight. We want the protocols to stop, and we want to hold these people accountable,” she said. “We are going to get justice.”