My Brad was only 50 years old, my high school sweetheart, the love of my life, and daddy of 2.
The hospital billed my insurance company over half a million dollars.
“ I was hung up on many times by house nurses and denied any type of access to him.”
Brad, my husband, was admitted to the hospital for shortness of breath on Aug 11,2021.
Everyone in our house, including Brad, had Covid days prior to his admittance. We all recovered, except Brad. He needed help breathing, he was on day 10 and he was coughing. I took him to Kennestone hospital, they immediately put him on oxygen, and put him in an ER room, and he was feeling a little better. He was held in the ER for 3 days while I, his wife Senetha, was allowed to be with him. I fed him and kept him hydrated in those 3 days. He could talk and was very responsive, but started having terrible pain when they started using Remdesivir on the second day. As soon as they got a regular hospital room for him after the 3 days of ER, they kicked me out of the hospital and would not allow me to stay with him or visit him under any circumstances. There were armed security officers all around the hospital at all times when I was in the ER. I tried to come visit him, they would not let me in. Every Time I spoke to a doctor or nurse, they always refused. I was hung up on many times by house nurses and denied any type of access to him.
Starved And Ignored
During his stay they would not feed him, gave him Remdesivir and 15 other types of drugs and medications. They put him on kidney dialysis before they put him on a respirator. After they put him on a respirator I had to get a malpractice attorney to call the hospital and demand a doctor to call me to explain what was going on. Even as that doctor finally called me, I begged them to think out of the box. I asked him and begged him for a different protocol (as I did the previous ER doctors and nurses from day 1) for monoclonal antibodies, high doses of vit c, along with plasma, MATH+ protocol and others. The doctor and other doctors refused and denied any treatments I suggested or demanded.
“I could hear in the background my husband's muffled voice panicking and saying something I could not understand. They murdered him.”
The day they put him on the respirator, the nurse, not the doctor, called me to tell me they were going to vent him (even though 2 hours earlier, the night nurse said he had a good night) and as she was telling me they were going to vent him, I could hear in the background my husbands muffled voice panicking and saying something I could not understand. They murdered him. He died on Aug 30, 2021. There are over 4,000 pages of medical records. The hospital billed my insurance company over half a million dollars. My Brad was only 50 years old, my high school sweetheart, the love of my life, and daddy of 2. We are devastated and heartbroken. I'd like to also add that when I was in the hospital with my Brad for the first 3 days, when we first talked with the pulmonary doctor, he gave me and my husband a 20 minute lecture about why we should be vaccinated and how none of the nurses wanted to help us because he we were unvaccinated.