Nicola Sturgeon under investigation for mass deaths of elderly

ER Editor: We’ve been tracking the curious political demise of several globalist puppets this year, such as Jacinda Ardern, Sanna Marin (Finland), Alain Berset (Switzerland), Nicola Sturgeon and most recently Mark Rutte. Sturgeon, technically out of power at the time, was arrested on June 11, 2023 related to an investigation into the ‘funding and finances of the Scottish National Party’. See Nicola Sturgeon Arrested

From this Guardian piece of the same day, Sturgeon was questioned and released, but it very much sounds like she is still under investigation on this matter as part of Operation BranchformNicola Sturgeon released without charge pending further investigation.

Now the deaths of 5,500 elderly people are being investigated, with Sturgeon and her former health minister Jeane Freeman at the centre:

The allegations have been folded into Operation Koper, the long-running Crown Office probe launched into Covid deaths in Scottish care home. Prosecutors are examining around 5,500 fatalities and Lord Advocate Dorothy Bain KC has said it is “without doubt the single largest investigation of deaths in Scottish history”.

This Scottish Daily Express report forms the basis of The Expose‘s article below.

We highly recommend viewing the video below, which is an extract of testimony given by a carehome worker on the Isle of Man to see how the government did it – how it basically took over by removing an existing set of care workers and doctors, who seemed to be following correct care procedures, in order to implement thoroughly destructive practices. It is indeed shocking.


We Need To Talk About Midazolam: Homicide Detectives are investigating Nicola Sturgeon over Cruel Deaths in Care Homes during the Pandemic


Scotland’s covid-era First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is being criminally investigated by homicide police for over 5,500 deaths in care homes during Covid. This would be Scotland’s largest-ever mass-death investigation in its history.

Zandra Lewis, who managed a care home on the Isle of Man, explains in a video recording what really happened in the care home she worked in at the height of the “pandemic.” She gives insight into practices that were common across Britain.  Could events similar to the Isle of Man have happened in Scottish care homes as well?

The Scottish Daily Express reported last Wednesday that detectives from the Unresolved Homicide Investigation Team are now involved in the “corporate manslaughter” complaint against Nicola Sturgeon, Jeane Freeman and the Scottish Government.

The former first minister and her ex-health secretary were reported to Police Scotland in March … After an exchange lasting more than four months, former nurse Lesley Roberts has now finished submitting what officers have described as a “vast” quantity of evidence … The allegations have been folded into Operation Koper, the long-running Crown Office probe launched into Covid deaths in Scottish care home [sic].

Ms Roberts has been working alongside former health and safety prosecutor Roger Livermore and fellow NHS whistleblower Rab Wilson. Their complaint has three key points: the deadly policy of moving hospital patients untested into care homes, the efficacy of face masks for health and social care workers and the use of Do Not Resuscitate forms.

Speaking to the Scottish Daily Express, the former NHS Glasgow and Clyde nurse and Unite trade union rep said she was “really relieved” to have completed the mammoth task of submitting all her evidence.

“We know there was a “blanket” use of Do Not Resuscitate orders and we know the order came from the very top.”

Ms Roberts said: “I think there was something very sinister going on and the lives of the elderly and the most vulnerable were taken as a result, that’s why I went down the route of taking this to the police … Instead of protecting the vulnerable, the powers-that-be at the start of the pandemic were discussing how to get rid of them.”

Cold case homicide cops investigating Nicola Sturgeon over Covid care home deaths, Scottish Daily Express, 19 July 2023

The most sinister of the complaints included in the Scottish Daily Express report is the use of Do Not Resuscitate forms. There is no mention of using end-of-life drugs. But we have to wonder if drugs like midazolam were used in Scottish care homes and for the same reason that they were used in care homes throughout the UK.

In the video below, Zandra Lewis who was a registered nurse and Director of Abbotswood Nursing Home on the Isle of Man at the time the covid pandemic was announced, explains that the Department of Health and Social Care (“DHSC”) took over the nursing home and immediately placed all the residents bar two on end-of-life end of life pathways, which included denial of food and water. Many of the residents were prescribed the respiratory suppressant drugs midazolam and diamorphine.

While Lewis was in charge, none of the residents died from covid.  When the DHSC took over the running of the home, using their own staff, 20 residents died within three weeks.  It’s a shocking account of what happened in Abbotswood Nursing Home and perhaps in many care homes across the UK.

ER: It is shocking

Deep State Consciousness: ‘Nil by Mouth’, an Interview with Zandra Lewis on the Covid End of Life Pathways,
17 July 2023 (60 mins)

If you are unable to watch the video above on Rumble, you can watch it on YouTube HERE. Lewis’s account is featured in the ‘Measuring the Mandates‘ book, freely available HERE.

Many survivor families have united from all over the UK alleging that the British state implemented a policy of mass involuntary state euthanasia of the elderly using death row drug midazolam with morphine, under the cover of “covid-deaths.”

On 14 June 2023, victims’ families testified at the UK House of Commons on the covid-era policy of involuntary state euthanasia using the death-row drug midazolam with morphine. Maajid Nawaz was invited at the end of the session to say a few remarks.  Below is a short clip from his remarks.  Nawaz has uploaded an audio of the testimonies on his Substack page HERE.

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Featured image: Nicola Sturgeon and Jeane Freeman led the Scottish Government’s response to covid.  Source: Scottish Daily Express




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