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Italian Pathologist Punished For Sounding Alarm about Sudden Deaths.
"Sudden deaths on the rise, more autopsies are needed": doctor suspended for two months"
By JOHN LEAKE
In a few of my Substack posts I have mentioned Edward Dowd’s book Cause Unknown: The Epidemic of Sudden Deaths in 2021 & 2022. In conversations with Ed, Steve Kirsch, and others, I have suggested that the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex has somehow captured most of the pathologists in the world, because I’m seeing precious little evidence that medical examiners and coroners are investigating the epidemic that Dowd meticulously documents.
If there was ever a time for pathologists to investigate a novel and major increase of the incidence of sudden and unexpected deaths, it’s NOW.
Where are the pathologists investigating this phenomenon? In the United States, Dr. Ryan Cole seems to be the only one who has tried. In return from his efforts, he and his laboratory were expelled from his Idaho Health System.
Now we learn that an Italian pathologist named Valerio Petterle, who worked at a hospital just north of Treviso, has been suspended without pay for two months for telling the Milanese newspaper, LaVerita that he is concerned about the sudden and dramatic increase of sudden deaths, especially in heretofore healthy, middle-aged people. He expressed particular alarm about the increase in deaths from myocardial infarction, and stated the need to perform more autopsies to determine the causes.
In other word, for telling the truth to a newspaper called “The Truth,” Dr. Petterle was severely punished. This is the quintessence of corruption—an extreme action to CONCEAL what we can now only regard as a massive organized crime against humanity. It’s as though forensic pathologists are being forced to take the oath of Omerta—the mafia code of silence. Those who break it and give evidence to the authorities are punished.
For more information about this dreadful story, see fellow Substack author Igor Chudov’s report on it.