Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against 3 California Hospitals for Using Remdesivir to Treat COVID Without Informed Consent

Attorneys Michael Hamilton and Dan Watkins, Bitchute
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Lawsuits were filed against three California health care providers accusing them of using failed Ebola drug Remdesivir on patients without obtaining informed consent, resulting in the wrongful deaths of several patients, according to two attorneys. The landmark lawsuits allege that people died after the hospitals were paid “bounties” to use the toxic combination of food and fluid restriction, remdesivir, mechanical ventilation, and high dose morphine-midazolam respiration-suppressing cocktail to spiral patients down the dark road to death. The lawsuits were filed in Fresno County against Saint Agnes Medical Center, Community Regional Medical Center, and Clovis Medical Center, in addition to the doctors, nurses and hospitals’ administrations.

Lawsuits were filed against three California health care providers on grounds they used failed Ebola drug Remdesivir on patients without obtaining informed consent, resulting in the wrongful deaths of several patients, as claimed by two attorneys.

“Attorneys Dan Watkins and Michael Hamilton announced in a national Press Conference on September 7 the filing of their first-in-the-nation landmark lawsuit against three hospitals on behalf of families who had lost their loved ones with the “bounties” paid to hospitals for using the toxic combination of food and fluid restriction, remdesivir, mechanical ventilation, high dose morphine-midazolam respiration-suppressing cocktail to spiral patients down the dark road to death,” according to the news release.

Attorneys Daniel Watkins of Watkins & Letofsky and Michael Hamilton of Hamilton & Associates filed lawsuits in the Superior Court of California in Fresno County against Saint Agnes Medical Center, Community Regional Medical Center, and Clovis Medical Center.

The hospital’s administration, physicians, and nurses are being sued for wrongful death, medical battery, elder abuse, and other violations of patients’ rights.

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