TUCSON, AZ: October 28, 2022:
Hospitals across America are killing as many as 1000 patients a day using “COVID” protocols with a
deadly cocktail of toxic drugs, ventilators, withholding fluids and nutrition, physical restraints, and
other measures to weaken patients. As of October 25, 2022, Johns Hopkins University CSSE
COVID-19 data shows over 1.1 million COVID-19 patients have died in US hospitals under these
practices. These preventable deaths are still continuing daily. We must act to stop these atrocities.
Shockingly, hospitals are paid incentives that can reach $500,000 or more per COVID patient by the
US government according to analysis by attorneys who recently filed three lawsuits against hospitals
and doctors in Fresno, California, and have similar suits underway in six other states.
“This is a call to action to stop the white coat killers and hold them accountable” said Elizabeth Lee
Vliet MD, President and CEO of Truth for Health Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity human rights
organization defending life and medical freedom. “If you have a loved one who died in the hospital
after receiving government-mandated COVID treatments or who were refused their patient rights, or
were knowingly euthanized, there are actions you can file to hold that hospital accountable,” said Dr.
Vliet who has been involved in hospital “rescues” of such patients throughout the COVID pandemic.
The Press Conference is on Tuesday Nov. 1 at 12 noon Eastern Time via ZOOM. To participate,
register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIoc-qrrzgiH9ChRc-8-Usflk_N81ZAA5AD
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the
Truth For Health Foundation legal and medical team will reveal shocking details from families who
lost loved ones to these hospital death protocols and provide details on the tools for citizen action
aimed at stopping these deaths of vulnerable COVID and disabled patients.
Expert speakers at the Press Conference include Attorneys Warner Mendenhall, Todd Callender,
Dan Watkins, Jennifer Lester; whistleblowers who have testified about hospital abuses—Deb Conrad
hospitalist PA, and nurse Nicole Landers; and family members who lost loved ones—Dr. Bryan Ardis,
Scott Schara, Tracy Bird, and Attorney Lori Volkman.
The Foundation is providing video and written guides to legal tools families can use to take action
without having to hire an attorney. These include directions on specific regulatory complaints, pro se
litigation, and other grassroots action steps to empower citizens who have lost loved ones. Families
can generate pressure to hold hospitals accountable for these wrongful deaths without having to wait
for lengthy and costly lawsuits to go forward.
Whistleblowers have provided documentation that hospitals have widespread policies for
administration of euthanizing doses of deadly combinations of sedatives, narcotics such as morphine
and fentanyl, with benzodiazepines. Hospitals are also coercing use of toxic drugs like Remdesivir as
well as intentionally administering these drugs without patient consent or even over written objections
from patients and families. Other violations of law and patient rights include lack of informed consent,
denying patients their right to have an advocate present, denying family access to the patient, failure
to follow patients’ advance directives, failure advise patients of other treatment options with lower
risks than remdesivir and/or ventilators, failure to treat other medical conditions such as diabetes or
bacterial infections, institution of illegal “do not resuscitate” orders and many other unprecedented
Remdesivir had a 54% death rate in clinical trials under Anthony Fauci’s NIH agency when tried as a
treatment for Ebola, yet suddenly was deemed by Fauci –on the basis of one flawed clinical trial
aborted early—to be the “gold standard” for COVID hospitalized patients in spite of its known toxicity,
and damage to lungs, kidneys and liver. Attorney Watkins and his team allege in the remdesivir
lawsuits that hospitals and doctors engaged in intentional torts of fraudulent concealment, battery,
and elder abuse (for patients over 65). They now have similar lawsuits underway in FL, MD, AZ, NV,
TX and KY in addition to CA.
The Press Conference is being held on Nov 1 which is All Saints Day, celebrated by Protestant
and Catholic churches, and during Dias de los Muertos, when families remember, and honor
loved ones who died in the past year.
For more information, go to www.TruthForHealth.org and our archive of The Whistleblower Report