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Family sues over COVID-19 vaccine saying it killed their son

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The family of 24-year-old George Watts has filed a lawsuit against the U.S Department of Defense (DOD), accusing the agency of “willful misconduct” linked to their son’s death after taking the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine.

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The lawsuit suggests the DOD conducted the largest medical experiment without consent in modern history by misleading Americans into taking vaccines that the family claims were unsafe and “experimental.”

Watts, a previously healthy 24-year-old, succumbed to his death in October 2021 following two doses of the Pfizer vaccine which he had chosen due to its full FDA approval.


Watts’ parents report he initially exhibited complications, including blood in his urine, after his first dose, followed by persistent flu-like symptoms after the second. Despite multiple emergency room visits and a diagnosis of sinus infection, his condition deteriorated, leading to coughing blood and pain in his extremities.

Watts died on October 27, 2021; the Bradford County Coroner’s Office attributed his death to “COVID-19 vaccine-related myocarditis.”



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