ER Editor: An interesting story to come out of northern Italy, post-covid. Brescia is a smaller town about 50 kms east of Milan. Northern Italy was the epicentre of the covid outbreak. While we can neither prove nor disprove journalist Cesare Sacchetti‘s hypothesis, we will let him frame the story. He references Bergamo, which is another city, between Brescia and Milan:
The title below should reflect that lethal drugs causing respiratory depression may have been given to more than 2 Covid patients – how many? Is this doctor a lone wolf? Was he following a policy directive with respect to intubation?
Covid, shock in Brescia. Head of the emergency room of Montichiari arrested: “Lethal drugs to 2 Covid patients”
Shock in Brescia. A doctor working in the emergency room of a public hospital in the province of Brescia was arrested by the Carabinieri of the local Nucleo Antisofisticazioni e Sanità. The Carabinieri enforced an order of precautionary detention under house arrest issued by the judge of the Court of Brescia, accepting the request made by the Public Prosecutor’s Office, against the doctor, who is considered responsible for murder for having intentionally administered drugs with anesthetic effect and neuromuscular blocking to patients affected by the Covid-19 virus, causing the death of two of them. The facts date back to March last year, when the high number of contagions was affecting the hospital facilities, clogging them. The doctor in question is the head of the emergency department of the hospital of Montichiari (Brescia). The man is under house arrest because, according to the judge of the Court of Brescia, there is a risk of repetition of the crime.
The Carabinieri of the Nas [ER: sic] of Brescia, two months after the events, collecting and processing indications about the possibility that the death of some patients, which occurred in the emergency room of a hospital in the province, had been caused by medical practices knowingly assumed by a doctor, immediately started an investigation, in agreement with the Prosecutor’s Office of Brescia. Also with the support of forensic technical assessments ordered by the judicial authority, the investigative activities have allowed to analyze the medical records of several patients who died in that period for Covid-19, finding in some cases a sudden, and not easily explainable, worsening of health conditions. Three corpses were exhumed for autopsy and toxicological investigations.
The investigations revealed, within tissues and organs of one of them, the presence of an anesthetic and muscle relaxant drug commonly used in intubation procedures and sedation of patients that, if used outside of specific procedures and dosages, can cause the death of the patient. Moreover, in the medical records of the deceased patients subject to verification, the administration of those drugs does not appear (indicated instead in the records of patients then actually intubated) so as to hypothesize against the suspect also the crime of forgery in a public act. The accusatory framework hypothesized by the results of the criminal proceedings and the sources of evidence documenting the criminal conduct of the doctor, which basically consisted in administering to Covid patients medicines suitable to cause a lethal respiratory depression, have strengthened the need, shared by the judge of Brescia, to order the precautionary measure of house arrest against the doctor in order to avert the danger of reiteration of crimes and pollution of evidence.
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