Italy Launches Criminal Probe into a Girl’s COVID Vaccine Death

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As the CDC continues to declare the COVID shots to be “safe and effective” here in America, other countries are launching criminal probes into the deaths of young and healthy people after they were injected. In Italy, prosecutors have now placed a group of five doctors and additional medical staffers under a criminal investigation following the death of an 18-year-old girl back in 2021.

In March 2021, the Italian government halted the use of the AstraZeneca vaccines when it was discovered they were causing blood clots in people (just as the Pfizer and Moderna shots were doing here in the US). As a result, millions of people canceled their vaccination appointments in Italy.

That caused a panic in the Italian government since it had paid for the shots, and they were due to reach their expiration date shortly. Starting May 2021, the government announced “open days” when anyone could head to a pop-up vaccine clinic and get an AstraZeneca shot—even though they knew the blood clotting risks.

An 18-year-old girl went to an “open day” near Genoa on May 25th. She died on the 18th of June from massive blood clotting issues. Doctors found that she was perfectly healthy and had no history of any health problems before this. The only possible contributing factor that could have led to her death was the AstraZeneca shot.

The girl’s death caused outrage across Italy because it was so unnecessary. By May 2021, everyone knew that COVID-19 posed virtually no risk at all to young and healthy people. Coercing young people into taking these shots amounted to a game of Russian roulette.

“It won’t stop you from getting COVID, but maybe the vaccine will kill you” is not a great marketing strategy.

At any rate, it’s encouraging to see some places around the world start to demand accountability for the mass-murder-by-vaccine program. It’s too bad that we’re still a long way from any sort of accountability here in America.