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— Anish Koka, MD (@anish_koka) September 17, 2022
Imagine you were a healthy public-spirited 49 year-old in Texas. You volunteered to take part in Pfizer’s Covid Vaccine trial. Your medical history was just a touch of hay-fever. You went through all the check-ups to make sure you were eligible. You rolled up your sleeve on 29 August 2020. And had the first vaccine. You didn’t know whether it was vaccine or placebo. You go home feeling fine.
Seven days later you wake up with tightness across your chest and feel sick. You are rushed to the ER where an acute myocardial infarction (STEMI) is diagnosed. Heart Attack. You need four stents inserted into your coronary arteries.
The Principal Investigator logs this as a Serious Adverse Event. How serious? Grade 4 “life threatening or disabling adverse event”. (Grade 5 means you’re dead.)
Five days later you are discharged. You have now become a patient, on four types of medication.
You are said to have recovered but then find that you are excluded from further participation in the trial.
You may not have been told that you had been randomized to be given the BNT162b2 vaccine.
Then you read:
“In the opinion of the investigator, there was no reasonable possibility that the acute myocardial infarction was related to the study intervention, but rather it was related to undiagnosed obstructive coronary artery disease. Pfizer concurred with the investigator’s causality assessment.”
Seven days after the “study intervention”?
This is the opinion of Principal Investigator Paul Keith Pickrell MD, a rheumatologist based in Austin, Texas at the Tekton Research Centre. Rheumatologists are into joints but what was PKP on when he wrote this? This is one of the most blatant pieces of disinformation in the Pfizergate files.
Mind you it could all be a joke as Pickrell, a native Texan with 28 years’ experience:
“believes that humor blended with professionalism is an important approach to establishing relationships with his patients”.
Rhode Island is the smallest state in the US but has one of the longest coastlines. A 48 year-old cyclist from Rhode Island was another volunteer. Here is the Bike Path at Watchemoket Pond, Rhode Island.
Apart from a raised cholesterol for which he was taking a statin, this young man had no pertinent medical history. He took part in the Pfizer trial organised by Omega Medical Research in the southern suburbs of Providence, RI.
He received his second dose of BNT162b2 vaccine on 16 September 2020. Eleven days later whilst cycling, he fell off his bike and was found unresponsive. He had suffered a heart attack with ventricular fibrillation due to a STEMI myocardial infarction. He was fortunate to be resuscitated and was taken to hospital where coronary angiography showed his left anterior descending artery was completely blocked. A stent was inserted and he was discharged three days later on five additional medications. This too was classed as a Grade 4 Serious Adverse Event.
Boss of Omega Research is Dr David L Fried, an internist at Coastal Medicine, who has acted as the Chief Principal Investigator on over 300 clinical trials. Omega was one of the select few trial centres that attracted a “non-routine” audit in October 2020. Fried will then have been grilled by Robert Cutler, the Director of Medical Quality Assurance at Pfizer.
David L Fried MD
In Dr Fried’s opinion there was no reasonable possibility that the acute myocardial infarction was related to the study intervention, concomitant medications, or clinical trial procedures, but rather it was related to cardiovascular risk. Pfizer concurred with the investigator’s causality assessment.
Here is another example of an investigator cooking the what? The cyclist surely figured the vaccine might have had a part to play in his near demise. Did he seek compensation from Pfizer? Can we find him – this man might have a lot to gain from being found.
Flied pulled in $1,345,828.14 from Pfizer Inc. in 2020. He looks rather prosperous in this promotional video for Theraworx to rub on your legs. Might have been a lot better for our cyclist than the vaccine.
Santa Fe is the area where the train-station is in downtown San Diego. A place where many homeless men hang out.
Subject C4591001 1152 11521497 was a 72-year-old white male. He had a pertinent medical history of type 2 diabetes mellitus (since 2010) and hypertension (since 2018). He was on metformin (since 2013) for diabetes, ibuprofen (since 2015) for osteoarthritis, lisinopril (since 2018) for hypertension, and doxazosin (since 2019) for benign prostatic hypertrophy.
He received Dose 1 of the Pfizer vaccine on October 7 2020. He reported syncope (fainting) on October 26, 19 days later. He missed Visit 2 on October 28 (Day 22). On November 6, the research team find out that he had been admitted to the hospital on Oct 26, the day of his ‘faint’. He fainted in the middle of the night. On admission he was transferred to the intensive care unit.
The subject tested negative for COVID-19 at the hospital. On an unspecified date, the syncope resolved and he was discharged from the hospital.
[Without a Diagnosis? Not possible. You don’t get admitted to ICU for fainting.]
On November 6 it was decided he would not get Dose 2 but he remained in the study to be evaluated for safety, immunogenicity, and efficacy.
During the follow-up, the site contacted the subject’s sister, who confirmed that he had died on November 11. The cause of death was reported as unknown. It was not reported if an autopsy was performed. A death certificate might be available at a later date.
In the opinion of the investigator, there was no reasonable possibility that the syncope was related to the study intervention, concomitant medications, or clinical trial procedures. Pfizer concurred with the investigator’s causality assessment.
The investigator for site 1152 was Don Brandon MD, CRF Trials in San Diego – “Dedicated to Excellence in Medical Research Since 1966”. He is also President of Altor Medicus, Inc. based in Santa Fe.
Dr Donald Milan Brandon is a native San Diegan. He was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Medical Honor Society. He did clinical research at a local hospital facility for a year and then earned his M.D. degree at the University of Southern California. He is very much a family man. He is an avid sportsman and conversationist as well as hobbyist, enjoying everything from model trains to radio-controlled aircraft. Disneyland is his second home and he makes no excuses about it.
Brandon received “associated research funding” from Pfizer totalling $5,627,954.42 in 2021 and $3,252,213.90 in 2020.
The syncope was coded as a “Nervous system disorder”. Someone did some further investigation and found apparently that the man had shigella, which can cause diarrhea. But his death still does not appear.
According to the narrative, sadly this volunteer died on 11 November, 36 days after his vaccination. No further details. This was just before the cut-off date for data submitted to the FDA and Polack’s NEJM paper. Had it been included, deaths in the vaccine arm would have increased by 50% (from 2 to 3). Is this why the clinical details are so vague?
Shigella was endemic in the homeless population of San Diego at that time. But there is nothing in this account or in the CRF that fits with this diagnosis.
By our calculations, there are at least 21 deaths in the vaccine arm and 16 in the placebo arm, many involving the heart, and it is likely there are even more waiting to be found, hidden under planks like codes for cardiac investigation,
TRUE!—nervous—very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad? The disease had sharpened my senses—not destroyed—not dulled them. Above all was the sense of hearing acute. I heard all things in the heaven and in the earth. I heard many things in hell. How, then, am I mad? Hearken! and observe how healthily—how calmly I can tell you the whole story…..
The officers were satisfied. My manner had convinced them. I was singularly at ease. They sat, and while I answered cheerily, they chatted of familiar things. But, ere long, I felt myself getting pale and wished them gone. My head ached, and I fancied a ringing in my ears: but still they sat and still chatted. The ringing became more distinct:—it continued and became more distinct: I talked more freely to get rid of the feeling: but it continued and gained definitiveness—until, at length, I found that the noise was not within my ears.
It grew louder…
“Villains!” I shrieked, “dissemble no more! I admit the deed!—tear up the planks!—here, here!—it is the beating of his hideous heart!”Share this: