Schara's 19-year-old daughter Grace, who has Down Syndrome, was admitted on October 6, 2021, for COVID-19 treatment. She died on October 13 because her doctor labeled her with a Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) order without authorization. On the day she passed, Grace received a cocktail of drugs that included precedex, lorazepam and morphine within a 30-minute window.
He also said hospital staff put his daughter on restraints simply because she wanted to get up to use the restroom, which is a disability rights violation. Moreover, Grace's medical advocate (in this case her father) was removed by an armed guard from the hospital room.
In her memorial website, the family said many hospitals are committed to following the government mandates so that they can receive financial benefits when doing so. Grace's situation, in particular, highlighted the many cases of abuse and the dangers of financial temptation.
The fear of COVID, which is being spread by the media, has many people convinced that the virus is something they should be afraid of. This fear then led people to stop challenging hospital policies and preventing medical advocates such as family members and caregivers from being in the same room as the COVID patients.
As the family studied Grace's case, they became aware that there are similar cases to theirs, where advocates attempted to push back, but were blocked by the hospitals.
The family believes that the hospital realized they will not be able to convince the family to give full authority over Grace and that they will refuse to put her on unnecessary protocols such as a ventilator. The family also believes that the healthcare workers thought that Grace was worth more to them dead than alive.
Adding to the family's suspicion was that the doctor actually said Grace was doing well before he labeled her with a DNR order.
The tragedy, it seems, is already a pattern. As the U.S. population gets wiser by leaving hospitals and refusing to take the vaccine, the medical systems now turn to drugs normally used for end-of-life care as a primary tool to accomplish their agenda.
The government's idea of rationed care can easily be implemented through the hospital system because they know which patients are on Medicaid (for the disabled) and Medicare (for the elderly). The COVID situation could be a convenient cover in facilitating the agenda. Grace, for instance, was on Medicaid because she had Down Syndrome.
What's worse is that the doctor who ordered the lethal combination of meds for Grace will not be held accountable. And there is nothing people can do to hold the system accountable either. Doctors, which are covered under the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Declaration and its amendments, are generally immune from legal liability and cannot be sued for monetary damages for losses relating to the administration or the use of covered countermeasures against COVID-19.
Medical malpractice lawyers said that even in cases like Grace's, which is very clearly mistreatment, there is little chance of winning because the medical profession protects its own. (Related: America's hospitals are wrought with covid malpractice, fraud.)
Schara said he and his family don't want any money. They only want their daughter's death certificate to change the cause of death to what it actually was. However, due to statutory limitations to proceed with a malpractice claim, they had to advance $250,000 in fees for a chance to be awarded $750,000, which is the statutory limit for such cases, and the family does not have the funds to fight the skewed system that they will be up against.
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