- WORLD NET DAILY - Jack Davis, The Western Journal - APRIL 23, 2023 -
A London Coroner’s Court has ruled that the blood clot that killed British psychologist Stephen Wright in January 2021 was linked to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
Wife wants death certificate changed
The AstraZeneca vaccine is not approved for use in the United States.
Wright, 32, died 10 days after receiving his first dose of the vaccine, according to the BBC.
"Dr. Wright was a fit and healthy man who had the AstraZeneca COVID vaccination on 16 January 2021, awoke with a headache on the 25th and later developed left arm numbness," coroner Andrew Harris said in his ruling, according to Fox News.
"He attended an emergency department just after midnight, where he was found to have high blood pressure and a sagittal sinus venous thrombosis."
"He was transferred to King’s College Hospital at 6:39 am but, because of the extent of the bleed and very low platelets, was unfit for surgery, dying at 6:33 pm.
My conclusion as to the cause of death is unintended complications of vaccination,” he ruled.
Harris called the case "very unusual and deeply tragic,” the BBC reported.
Harris’s ruling ended a battle on the part of Charlotte Wright, the psychologist’s widow, to change her husband’s death certificate, which currently has the cause of death as "natural causes.” Charlotte Wright is currently suing AstraZeneca.
"It was made clear that Stephen was [previously] fit and healthy and that his death was by vaccination of AstraZeneca. For us, it allows us to be able to continue our litigation against AstraZeneca. This is the written proof,” she said.
"Even with people in my life, there were questions and queries about whether I was actually telling the truth, so two years later, I can finally say it is the truth,” she said.