Louisiana Mother Knows 8 Vaccine Doses Killed Her 2 Month-Old Son

Two month-old Reid Thomas Englehart was vaccinated on May 20, 2015. He was given eight vaccine doses, which included the DTaP, Hib, polio, pneumococcal, hepatitis B and the oral rotavirus vaccines. These are the routine vaccines given to two month-old babies, even premature babies, in the United States and elsewhere. [1] At the time of his appointment, Reid was still wheezing from a previous infection and still had a residual cough, but his doctor insisted it was fine to vaccinate him, after a test came back that Reid was negative for pertussis. Nine days later, without a struggle and without any obstruction of his airways, he stopped breathing while his dad was holding him. Reid passed away in his sleep on May 29, 2015. A bloody-colored mucous substance stained his father’s shirt where Reid’s head rested on his chest. This tinged mucous is very commonly witnessed in babies dying after vaccination. More came out of Reid’s mouth when his mother performed CPR on him. After emergency responders showed up, they declared him dead on the scene. Investigators Ignored The Vaccines As A Plausible Cause Of Death An investigation was done and Reid’s death was ruled accidental. The immediate cause listed on his autopsy report and death certificate was due to “possible suffocation,” without any signs or proof he suffocated. Reid did not struggle when he lay asleep on his dad’s chest, as he slipped away; he just stopped breathing in his sleep. His ...
Source: vactruth.com - Category: Allergy & Immunology Authors: Tags: Augustina Ursino Case Reports on Vaccine Injury Human DTaP vaccine Hepatitis B vaccine HiB Pneumococcal conjugate (PCV7) Polio Vaccine Reid Thomas Englehart Rotavirus Vaccine Vaccine Death Source Type: blogs

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