Father believes drug cocktail killed disabled daughter hospitalized with COVID – LifeSite

APPLETON, Wisconsin (LifeSiteNews) – The father of a 19-year-old with Down syndrome is decrying his daughter’s death as the result of murder and part of a “genocidal agenda,” if not the result of “gross negligence.”

Scott Schara told LifeSiteNews he has devoted over 500 hours of research to investigating the death of his daughter, Grace, which occurred as she was hospitalized for COVID-19. According to Schara, “At least 100 doctors and health care professionals have called her death murder.”

The “smoking gun” indicating Grace’s doctor’s orders killed her is the record of medications, by dosage, administered to her on the day of her death, October 13, 2021. Schara has shared, using information from the hospital, that even as Grace’s doctor told him she had a “good” day, the doctor had finished orders for three contraindicated sedative medications for Grace.

That morning, the doctor had pressed for the fifth time to have Grace put on a ventilator, according to Schara.