Former English international Dimitri Mascarenhas said the legendary Australian cricketer was his best mate.
Warne was found unresponsive in a Thai hotel room in March 2022. The 52 year old died a short time later.
Mascarenhas was reacting to expert analysis of Warne’s post-mortem report which revealed he had died of coronary atherosclerosis or heart disease.
London cardiologist and prominent anti-mRNA expert Dr. Aseem Malhotra told The Times of India that Warne’s sudden death may have been due to the mRNA jab he had taken 9 months earlier.
Warne was known to have been a smoker and struggled with weight issues at times. However, new research showed COVID mRNA gene therapies caused ‘a rapid acceleration heart disease,’ especially in those with pre-existing ‘mild’ heart issues.
‘The evidence for common and serious adverse cardiac effects from these jabs is overwhelming, and I have no doubt that a major contributor to the excess deaths we are seeing around the world, including Australia, is because of the COVID mRNA vaccines,’ said Malhotra.
Mascarenhas called for the immediate suspension of the mRNA gene therapy. ‘If he’d not taken the COVID vaccine, he’d likely be still alive today. He wouldn’t want others to be harmed, so I fully support these doctors calls for an immediate suspension of these jabs in Australia and around the world,’ Mascarenhas said.
BREAKING TIMES OF INDIA:
Shane Warne’s death linked to Covid mRNA vaccine say leading medics
Former England cricketer & his best mate Dimitri Mascerenhas supports calls for jab suspension – ‘Shane wouldn’t want others to be harmed’
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