Connecting the Dots in the Mysterious Deaths of 11 Holistic Doctors

Erin ElizabethVic Bishop, Staff
Waking Times

Investigating the deaths of at least 11 holistic doctors in North America who’ve died under mysterious conditions in the last 90 days, Luke Rudkoski of We Are Change speaks with Erin Elizabeth of Health Nut News. She originally broke this story and has been the lead researcher involved in connecting the dots in these cases.

Several of the doctors have obviously been murdered, several deaths have been declared ‘suicide,’ one was bludgeoned to death with a hammer, and others have died unexpectedly of other causes, leading both friends and family to suspect foul play. The official investigations all raise more questions than provide answers. If natural holistic doctors are indeed under attack by the medical and political establishment, why are so many incidents happening so fast?

The families, friends and loved ones of these 11 doctors are looking for answers and are suspicious of the official reports. The common thread in these cases is that these doctors had all been healing patients with knowledge and techniques that are not part of the mainstream medical establishment’s approved procedures.

  • Is someone trying to frighten holistic doctors away from conducting their practices? We don’t yet know for sure, but take a look at this critical interview and let us know what you think.

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