Good Morning Salem as Terry and I discuss the headlines of today. Special telephone guest Bob & Kelli updating us on Peoples Rights activities in Clark County, Washington regarding medical freedom.
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Four Clark County residents, including one minor, may be issued arrest warrants for January incident at Salmon Creek hospital
VANCOUVER, WA, MARCH 26, 2021: Probable cause warrants have been signed by Clark County Sheriff’s department, for the arrest of Kelli Stewart, Satin Meyer, Patrick Morris, and a 16-year-old, regarding the protest at Legacy Salmon Creek on 1/29/21. They will be turned over to the Superior court sometime next week for a judge to review and decide on the validity of the charges. The investigation on one defendant is 130 pages long.
Legacy hospital admitted a 73-year-old woman, for a UTI. The patient declined the Covid test and then was quarantined and not allowed to see her daughter/care giver. At that point, many local friends and family members came to protest and work peacefully to reunite the daughter and elderly mother. Deputy sheriffs arrived but did not help the family, and instead blocked the hospital doors preventing any entry of the daughter.
After 2 hours, the hospital agreed to release the elderly mother, back into her daughter’s care.
On Monday, March 29 at 4 p.m., in front of the Clark County Court house, public statements will be made from the four defendants. This will also be the first public statement from the 73-year-old mother who was being quarantined, and her daughter who is her full-time licensed care giver.
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