By Pete Bianco
Fulton County coroner’s office “His body was never here. We declined jurisdiction. There was never any autopsy.”
The above statement comes from a conversation Robert Kennedy Jr. had with an employee of the Fulton County coroner’s office.
I have to say as the author of this article I was mislead by TMZ’s reporting. I was lead to believe there was an investigation being done by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office.
It was Aaron’s personal physician assumed his death was from “natural causes.”
Many corporate media outlets including Utica’s Observer Dispatch reported the death of baseball legend Hank Aaron without mentioning that he had recently received a COVID shot. His decision to take the experimental treatment was publicized according to TMZ sports, “in the hopes of inspiring other Black Americans to follow his lead.”
In another article by TMZ they state “Officials DO NOT believe the COVID-19 vaccination played any role in Hank Aaron’s death based on a preliminary investigation — this according to the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office.
If you were choosing celebrities to publicize the safety of an experimental vaccine wouldn’t you want to make sure they were in good health before receiving it?
Hank Aaron received the shot 17 days prior to his death. It is interesting to note that according to the New York City Health website a person is counted as a confirmed COVID-19 death if they have received a positive test for SARS-CoV2 within the last 60 days.
What are the parameters for ruling the cause of death to be the shot or something else?