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UK Department of Health Advised Doctors to Use Midazolam as A Treatment for Covid

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Clare Wills Harrison, a UK lawyer, has several legal cases where midazolam has clearly been misused.  These are going forward to trial in the near future.  Midazolam seems to have been used in the UK the same way as remdesivir has been used in the USA so last week Dr. Bryan Ardis interviewed Wills Harrison.

As the interview covers a great deal of important information, we are taking extracts and publishing them in a series of articles.  This article is the first in the series.  You can watch the full 90-minute discussion ‘UK Attorney, Clare Wills-Harrison, exposes “End of Life” drugs, protocolsHERE.

A copy of the slides used by Wills Harrison during her interview is attached below:

As early as June 2020 Wills Harrison became aware that midazolam may have been used in the UK to prematurely end the lives of thousands of people while we were told these were deaths due to Covid.

Midazolam is a benzodiazepine. It works by slowing activity in the brain to allow relaxation and decreased consciousness. 

“In the UK, and probably around the world, midazolam injection is used mainly before medical procedures to cause drowsiness.  It’s also used sometimes for conscious sedation.  So, we have dental surgeries in the UK that use it for things like teeth extraction.  We also use it in the UK for epilepsy, in a different way and at different strengths.  And, it’s also used in [Intensive Care Unit] ICU when people are on ventilators to keep patients in a sedated state,” Wills Harrison explained, “bizarrely, it’s used widely in the UK for palliative care as it’s believed to be the drug of choice to decrease agitation and anxiety for people that are ‘at end of life’.”

In the wrong hands this drug can be misused and it can lead to death.  As some may be aware, in some states in the USA midazolam is one of the drugs that is used in execution by lethal injection.

“It can be a very dangerous drug.  One of the particular side-effects of this drug is that it decreases respiration and can cause somebody to fall into a coma, and it can lead to their death,” Wills Harrison said.

During a meeting of the Health and Social Care Committee in April 2020 an exchange between members of the UK government hinted at a large order by the Government of medicines, including morphine and midazolam, along with syringe drivers used to administer them.

As seen in the screenshot above, Dr. Luke Evans, Member of Parliament for Bosworth, said “a good death needs three things.”

The word “euthanasia” is from the Greek εὐθανασία, meaning “good death.”

The exchange that took place during this meeting coupled with testimonies from a number of people who have been affected has caused an outcry in the UK, Wills Harrison said.  Open letters have been written, documentaries made, specific cases have been reported to the police but, so far, nothing has come of it and no answers have been forthcoming from the Government.

“I believe there are many thousands of people who have been affected by [the misuse of midazolam].  I myself have had contact with – whether in person, by telephone or by email – over 1,000 people.  And I am just one person.  I know there to be many more,” said Wills Harrison.  “I believe [midazolam] was used as a driver for death that were then labelled as Covid-19.”

Wills Harrison then explained the reason, she believes, the “good death” conversation took place.

The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (“NICE”) is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the UK Department of Health and Social Care (“DHSC”). It is an agency of the National Health Service (“NHS”) and develops guidance and recommendations on the effectiveness of treatments and medical procedures.

NICE claims to be an independent organisation but the framework agreement between DHSC and NICE states: “the Secretary of State is accountable to Parliament for the health system (its “steward”), including NICE.”

NICE published their ‘COVID-19 rapid guideline: managing symptoms (including at the end of life) in the community’ on 3 April 2020, within a couple of weeks of the start of UK’s first lockdown.  It has since been updated and replaced on 13 October 2020.  But Wills Harrison had, fortunately, saved it before it was replaced and has made the original guidance publicly available.  You can read the document published by NICE on 3 April 2020 HERE.

“This document [of 3 April 2020] makes clear that midazolam and morphine can be used in the treatment of Covid-19 in the UK,” said Wills Harrison and highlighted some key points, as underlined in the two images below:

“So, what we have here is an official document from NICE directing clinicians to use drugs, off label, to treat Covid – a so called respiratory illness.  But, not only that, to use the very drugs that are going to depress the respiration of those patients further,” said Wills Harrison.

The Dr. Ardis Show: Clare Wills Harrison, A “good death” and NICE, 17 January 2022 (23 mins)

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