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‘Kids dying young’ obits scrawl ahead after janky U.S. jabs starting 2021

Dying young in Southeast Tennessee and North Georgia, top row from left, Eddie John “Junior” Hicks Jr., 50; Sybil McLain-Topel; Latricia Denise Carson, 52; Jamaal Pointer, 43; bottom row from left, Sgt. Kevin Floyd, 58; Michael Lynn McClure, 58; Melanie Renee Shepherd, 54; John “Jack” Warren McEwen, 25; and Kevin Joseph Maucere, 38. (Photos funeral homes and

The young dead in the Chattanooga area, 3½ years after the U.S. imposes harmful DNA shots on 70 percent of the population, top row from left, Robert “Rob” Neill Hatch, 54; Rick Hart, 61; K’Anah Deshay Novay Ridley; Travis Edward Pickens, 54; bottom row from left, Traci Hawkins Piovesan, 58; Phin Ritchey, 19; John Laith Keilany, 48; and Andrea Miller Brady, 48. (Photos funeral homes and

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Saturday, May 25, 2024 — The death toll from so-called Covid-19 vaccines remains unchanged as causes of earthly death shift to natural causes such as cancer and sudden adult death syndrome. Deaths census from vaccines holds at 1,462 reports and 14,416 reports of injuries. 

By David Tulis 

Given the possibility of an underreporting factor of 100, that would translate into 146,200 deaths, and 1.44 million side effects or injury, including debilitation, hospitalization, paralysis and other conditions reported at VAERS from among a population of 7.051 million people.

VAERS is the vaccine adverse event reporting system run by the FDA.

The leading light against the pharma- and government-led panic has been Dr. Peter McCullough, a world-leading cardiologist and researcher. He gave a lecture in Chattanooga at Calvary Chapel on May 17 explaining the profiteering disaster of “safe and effective” that has overthrown honest medicine and shown that government has turned against the citizenry. Using his URF of 32, Tennessee deaths would be at 46,784 souls from jab policy.

The public now understands they were deceived by a narrative from the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex,” Dr. McCullough says a Substack post about his local visit, “a syndicate of government agencies, NGO’s, and pharmaceutical companies that stymied them in order to carry out a psychological operation that lead to tragic health consequences. Virtually every major public health initiative during the pandemic was completely wrong and dangerous. Therapeutic nihilism, fraud, and corruption swept into medicine.”

A link to his presentation is below.

Pamela Fleenor takes the oath on the Bible to administer justice and obey the constitution as chancery court judge. She sandbagged the emergency mandamus case State ex rel Tulis for 201 days and cooperated in overthrow of constitutional government in breach of T.C.A. § 68-5-104 on contagions and of the bill of rights. (Photo Shelia Harding Cannon)

Gov. Bill Lee speaks with state troopers. In court he said he was not under “any duty” to obey a health law that would have prevented industrial and government interests from bullying the state of Tennessee into “vaccine acceptance” and intense propagandization for inoculation. (Photo governor’s office)

This reporter sued Gov. Bill Lee and local health administrator Becky Barnes Oct. 2, 2020, to stop the inoculation program that has proven to be a military countermeasures project, with mass injury and death intended per government policy, using products untested for safety and certain to cause death or harm. The judicial branch of Tennessee cooperated with the fraud and breach of law March 12 and 13 of 2020, imposing a coup against constitutional government and a state of martial law. The case State ex rel David Jonathan Tulis v. Bill Lee, governor, et al was in motion 878 days, ending with a denial of a hearing by the federal supreme court.

As 70 percent of the people got the jabs, many died immediately. Others die from spike protein-wrecked immune systems with no one — family members and certainly not state-licensed doctors — pointing a finger at the military countermeasures served up by CDC, FDA, NIH, NIAID, BARDA and a host of contractors such as Pfizer and Moderna.

Among the dead

Daniel Detlef Smith, dead at 55

Obituary columns rarely state cause of death. It is not known in any case why a person dies young.

Sybil McLain-Topel, a PR specialist at the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce, dies April 6. Ms. McLain-Topel worked more than 10 years as vice president of marketing and engagement for the chamber. In Chattanooga she was eight years on the board of ArtsBuild and on the board of directors of arts organization Pop-Up-Project. She served several years on the board of directors for Co.Lab, also in Chattanooga. She began her career in Nashville as a reporter and editor for UPI wire service after graduating from UT-Knoxville.

Daniel Detlef Smith, 55, of Chattanooga dies May 22 at his house. The UTC graduate had a degree in music and worked many occupations, most recently as a pipe fitter in various nuclear power plants. He was an avid weapons collector, but he was dedicated to nature preservation. He spent time at a family fruit farm in Henagar, Ala.

Jamaal Pointer, 43, dies April 24. He “was known for his vibrant personality and warm sense of humor. He had a natural gift for making others laugh and was always ready with a joke to brighten someone’s day.”

Sgt. Kevin Floyd, 58, a police officer dubbed “a devoted guardian of justice,” dies April 25. He is described as “protecting and serving his community” in the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office 35 years of service, where he ”distinguished himself as a leader of unparalleled valor and commitment.” He was married, with children and stepchildren.

Andrea Miller Brady, 48, of Chattanooga dies May 10. She was a homemaker with a son, Chandler. “She had a thirst for knowledge about the Lord and the Bible. She absolutely enjoyed being outside and loved being in the sun and going to the beach.” Priest Mike Nolan will hold a mass for her at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church.

“Kids dying young” in 3½ years since CV-19 DNA experiment on the American population with 70 percent uptake, top row from left, Kermyca Dawanna Hester, 23; Lori Elizabeth Knight Kennedy, 46; David “Matthew” Fairchild, 35; Valencia Ann Maddox, 60; bottom row from left, Kathleen Arlette Parker, 56; William Robert “Bobby” Barbee, 62; Ricky Parson, 45; and Thomas Hugh Lawson, 30. (Photos funeral homes and

John Laith Keilany, 48, dies May 19 at Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga. He was a musician who endured years of health setbacks. Mr. Keilany had been a student at Bright and Baylor schools, and got a bachelor’s of arts in English at UT-K.

Traci Hawkins Piovesan, 58, of Chattanooga dies May 10 from cancer. The Baylor School graduate attended UT and in the late 1980s appeared in the Discovery Channel’s series “Shark Week,” scuba diving with sharks in the Galapagos Islands. She lived in Atlanta in the 1990s raising two sons, Alexander and Hayden.

Phin Ritchey, 19, dies May 12 in Port Huron, Mich. He was a gamer with hopes of becoming a nurse. Phin, the child of two parents in the U.S. air force, he lived in several cities. In Colorado, he gained a love for skiing, and in Hawaii, he enjoyed BMX biking, and skateboarding. His final move led him to Michigan where he graduated from high school in 2023.

Barry Lee Suggs, dead at 49

Respiratory therapist Rick Hart, 61, of Bridgton, Maine, passed away on April 28. Of British birth, he came with family to the U.S. and lived in Tennessee. family moved to the United States when he was young where he spent most of his life in Tennessee. He worshiped at Bayside Baptist in Harrison.

Infant K’Anah Deshay Novay Ridley “Boo Boo”, daughter of Quinesha Lashay Holley “Nesha” and Kamariez Deri’Andre Ridley “Dre” of Chattanooga died April 26 at her home. She’d been born Feb. 3. Dr. Bobby Hampton of Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church officiated her rites.

➤ Father of four and construction company operator Barry Lee Suggs dies at 49. While working a job in South Carolina, he “unexpectedly passe away” April 26. “He spent his final years as a devout Christian getting closer with God and his family, and playing lots of guitar.”

Kermyca Dawanna Hester, 23, of Chattanooga dies April 16, 2024 at her home. She is survived by her mother, LaShaunda Knight; father, Micheal Dewayne Hester (Angelia Ralls); sisters, Tamora Knight, Chyna Knight and Treniya Knight; brothers, Lavantez Knight, Micheal Knight and Reality Cross,

Lori Elizabeth Knight Kennedy, 46, pastor’s wife and Catoosa County, Ga., public schools speech pathologist dies April 26 from colorectal cancer diagnosed July 2021. In 2014 Mrs. Kennedy and her family moved to Ringgold, where her husband, Eric, became pastor of Ringgold First Baptist Church and Lori hired on with the public school. She is survived by her husband and children James and Ellie.”Lori will be remembered for her love of Christ, fierce devotion to her family, musical gifts, God-given ability to help children speak, courage, sense of adventure, and wonderful sense of humor.

Kathleen Arlette Parker, 56, of Soddy Daisy, passed away April 28 at her home surrounded by family. “Kathleen enjoyed crocheting and was an active member of Hixson Presbyterian Church, where she served as a preschool teacher and worked in the nursery on Sundays. She had a great sense of humor, loved her granddaughters, and cherished her little Chiweenie dog, Kitty.”

Travis Edward Pickens, 54, dies April 14. “Travis attended Howard High School. Travis worked repairing and selling vehicles. He was known for his “SMOOTH” loving personality and great sense of humor. Travis was a man gifted with his hands; from giving family and friends a fresh haircut, to ensuring any vehicle he touched ran smoothly.” He was reared in New Anointing Pure Holiness Church of God and Sharon Pentecostal Deliverance Church of God. Travis loved God. He also adored his family and friends.”

Thomas Hugh Lawson, 30, of Rossville, Georgia, passed away April 29. Mr. Lawson attended Lakeview Fort Oglethorpe High School and worked for Modular Industrial Computers. He enjoyed an occasional trip to the casino.

John “Jack” Warren McEwen, 25, of Lookout Mountain, dies April 30 at his apartment in Nashville. He graduated from McCallie School in 2017 and UTC in 2022 with a degree in business finance and investments. He worked at UBS Financial Services in Nashville. His parents are Warren and Bronwyn McEwen. “Jack accepted Jesus as his Savior as a child” and was a member of Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church.

Michael Shane Ledbetter, 51, of Harrison dies April 19. He ran Sawyer’s Tree Service. His widow is Wendy Ledbetter.

William Robert “Bobby” Barbee, 62, a retired stock manager, dies April 5. He was a member of Grace World Outreach Church. “He loved his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, his children, his grandchildren, and his family and friends very much. Bobby would witness to everyone he met, which was everyone, because he never met a stranger. *** Bobby adored his church, family gatherings, barbeques, and listening to Christian music.”

Ricky Parson, 45, of Crandall, Ga., “departed this life” April 12 at Northside Hospital. He was born in Jamestown, Tenn. Survivors include mother and stepfather, Anita and Charles Whited of Crandall, Ga. “At his request no services will be held at this time.

Eddie John “Junior” Hicks Jr., 50, of Dalton, Georgia, dies April 15 at a local hospital. He was born in Dalton, Ga. His dad’s name was Eddie. His widow is Christina Hicks.

David “Matthew” Fairchild, 35, in the mechanic and construction trades, of Chickamauga, Ga., dies April 13. He spent most of his life in the Chattanooga and North Georgia area. “His passion was cars, especially Honda Civics. He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his children.”

Melanie Renee Shepherd, 54, of Chattanooga, dies April 17. Mrs. Shepherd ”loved Jesus with all her heart. Melanie loved sports, gardening, bass fishing, bargain shopping, woodworking, and restoring jewelry boxes.” Charles and Irma Shepherd are her parents.

Michael Lynn McClure, 58, of Ringgold, Ga., dies April 14. The North Georgian worked as a laborer for brick masons. He also worked as a delivery driver and district manager for Chattanooga Times Free Press. In 2005, he started his own business, McClure’s Brick Cleaning. “The main thing about Michael is he was a hard worker. Most people he worked for would hire him back if he left them. He was outgoing and couldn’t go anywhere without knowing someone. He was very dedicated to taking care of his wife and kids.” He was a member of New Friendship Baptist Church in Chickamauga, Ga. 

Latricia Denise Carson, 52, dies April 6 in Tampa. The Chattanooga native was the oldest of their three children. Latricia was a member of Orchard Knob Missionary Baptist Church. She graduated from Kirkman Technical High School in 1990, attended Chattanooga Barber College and became a master stylist. “She enjoyed everything in the beauty industry. She loved the beach, dancing, and singing karaoke even though she couldn’t sing that well.”

Kevin Joseph Maucere, 38, dies Easter morning after a “short but difficult fight with cancer.” Kevin worked for 20 years at Precept Ministries in logistics. “Kevin’s faith in Jesus Christ guided him in life and through his months of sickness. He clung to the blessed hope of the final Resurrection and never wavered in his faith.”

Robert “Rob” Neill Hatch, 54, of Chattanooga dies April 3. The Quito, Ecuador,native was married and a dad. He’d studied philosophy and political science at Wheaton College and English at UTC. He worked in product management and development management at Skuid and Nintex after a long career as director of user experience at Unum. A recent member of North Shore Fellowship after 30 years at New City Fellowship, Rob was active in leadership, ministry, and enjoyed playing bass in the worship band.

Valencia Ann Maddox, 60, from Chattanooga “transitioned peacefully surrounded by family” April 8. The employee of Metro Government of Nashville Davidson County Clerk’s Office, she was a 1981 graduate of Chattanooga (City) High School. She had a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Tennessee State University.

Tangela Jackson, 39, dies April 15 in Chattanooga. 

Waymon Carter, 46, dies April 26 

Aaron Anderson, 53, dies April 16 in Chattanooga — these three handled by John P. Franklin funeral home.

Why mass harm, mass death?

Listen to Dr. Peter McCullough explain why Americans are so sick, and dying.


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