NEW RELEASE: "Shot Dead"
Deeply Personal Documentary of Family Shock, Loss, and Anger after Death by COVID-19 Vaccination
By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
One way of waking up more people to the mass population catastrophe inflicted by COVID-19 vaccination is the documentary film. Here is a message from the producers of “Shot Dead”
This is the movie we wish we didn’t have to make. But this is a movie everyone needs to see. For the first time ever, hear the stories of covid shot deaths as told by the parents who lost their children. Shot Dead premiered on November 9, 2023 – the one-year anniversary of 18 year-old Trista Martin’s death from the shot, in her hometown of Tulsa (Trista is featured prominently in the film). I had a chance to meet Trista’s parents and discuss her death when I visited Tulsa earlier this year.
Trista Deane Martin, daughter of Taylor and Allen Martin, a 2022 graduate of Broken Arrow High School, died suddenly months after receiving the Pfizer shot.
This movie is about the families brave enough to speak up and admit that the shot killed their children. Hear from the ones who have refused to keep quiet. We all know that there are so many who have sold out to pharma, denying that their loved ones were hurt or killed by the shots. But there is no amount of money or threats that can keep these parents from speaking truth in honor of their children…and so this doesn’t happen to one more child.
This is the first film that focuses on the deeply personal aspect of the devastation unleashed by the shot and the mandates, as told by the families who lost loved ones. This film will make you cry. This film will make you think. And this film will prompt you to take action for children everywhere.
I want the Courageous Discourse audience to be aware of and take the time to watch this gripping film.
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Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
President, McCullough Foundation