A 76 year old European man already had a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease. But it was mild, and managed with medications. He received his first Astra Zeneca vaccine in May 2021, and had cardiac issues after that vaccine for which he saw his physician “a few times”. When he got his second vaccine, in July 2021, he opted to do Pfizer instead. After THAT vaccine, things began to deteriorate quickly for him. His family noticed that the elderly man experienced “increased anxiety, lethargy, and social withdrawal.” There was a striking worsening of his Parkinson’s symptoms, which led to severe motor impairment and a recurrent need for wheelchair support”, which the man “never fully recovered from” before receiving his third vaccination (second Pfizer) in December 2021.
Two weeks after the third vaccination, he “suddenly collapsed while eating dinner” without “coughing or any signs of food aspiration”.
He recovered from this more or less, but one week later, he again suddenly collapsed silently while eating his meal, leading to his hospitalization and death shortly thereafter.
His family wanted answers to what happened. He went from manageable functioning in May 2021 to dead in December 2021. After 3 covid vaccines. He became increasingly more ill after each vaccine.
In the autopsy report, spike proteins specifically attributed to COVID-19 vaccination targeted blood vessels in the man’s brain and heart.
Incredibly, the report used immunohistochemistry, which uses immune staining methods that light up specific antigens, to determine that “only spike protein but no nucleocapsid protein” could be detected meaning the necrotizing encephalitis (death of brain tissues) as well as the inflammatory changes in the small blood vessels (brain and heart) were caused by COVID-19 vaccination rather than viral infection. Nucleocapsid proteins are formed FROM the virus, NOT from the vaccine. Furthermore, "Surprisingly, only spike protein but no nucleocapsid protein could be detected within the foci of inflammation in both the brain and the heart, particularly in the endothelial cells of small blood vessels. Since no nucleocapsid protein could be detected, the presence of spike protein must be ascribed to vaccination rather than to viral infection. The findings corroborate previous reports of encephalitis and myocarditis caused by gene-based COVID-19 vaccines."