Vaccine Whistleblower Found Dead After Saying She’d Never Commit Suicide
A renowned whistleblower of Big Pharma and vaccines has been found dead roughly a year after she released a public statement saying she’d never commit suicide.
The body of Brandy Vaughan, former pharmaceutical insider and ex-Merck sales executive, was discovered by her nine-year-old son earlier this week, according to reports.
The cause of death is currently unknown.
“I’ve NEVER had any thoughts of taking my own life, not once, ever. Even before I had my son,” said Vaughan in a Facebook statement from last December. “I have a huge mission in this life. Even when they make it very difficult and scary, I would NEVER take my own life. Period.”
“I have NEVER been on an anti-depressant nor been diagnosed as depressed – don’t believe it if you ever hear anything like this.”
Additionally, healthnutnews.com is reporting Vaughan made it clear that if anything happened to her it would most likely be homicide.
An absolutely amazing warrior for medical freedom and truth about vaccines, Brandy Vaughan passed away at the age of 47. Vaughan founded the Council for Vaccine Safety in response to one of the nation’s first mandatory vaccination for education law — SB277 in California. When working in the pharma industry, Brandy sold Vioxx, a painkiller that was found to double the risk of stroke and heart attacks and was eventually taken off the market.“From that experience, I realized that just because something is on the market, doesn’t mean it’s safe,” explains Brandy. “And much of what we are told by the healthcare industry, just simply isn’t the truth.” She was a brave soldier with a mission to expose big pharma‘s corruption.