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Ivermectin Case To Be Heard By The Wisconsin Supreme Court Today
A potential precedent-setting case may allow hospitalized patients to request and consent to specific medical treatments, even over the objection of doctors and hospitals.
The below overview of the case was written by Scott Schara, the father of now deceased Grace Schara, whose tragic hospital demise during Covid came to national attention and which inspired Scott to create the organization Our Amazing Grace Shines On. The FLCCC and the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons both submitted amicus briefs to the Supreme court in support of the plaintiff’s arguments.
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John Zingsheim walked into a hospital in the Aurora Health Care system, tested positive for COVID and, within minutes, the doctor told him he was going to die. The doctor immediately placed him on a protocol that included Remdesivir and Baricitinib. John's Power of Attorney (POA) and nephew, Allen Gahl, demanded he be taken off these drugs. John requested Ivermectin and high dose IV Vitamin C, but the hospital refused and administered Remdesivir again.
John had sepsis multiple times, kidney failure that required dialysis, and was dying on the ventilator. The hospice team encouraged his family to "pull the plug" because there was nothing more they could do. His family refused to give up and sought help from the legal system to try and obtain Ivermectin.
Aurora continued to refuse and argued that when a medical treatment falls beneath their standard of care for patient safety, then the court had no right to intervene for the patient.
Wisconsin’s own FLCCC (Frontline Covid Critical Care) Co-founder Dr. Pierre Kory, world-renowned expert in Ivermectin, was present and ready to testify on John’s behalf but the court never called on him to do so. The Waukesha Circuit Court determined that the patient/family’s request for Ivermectin should be honored and that, if necessary, a doctor outside the medical system could administer the Ivermectin to him.
The family signed away any liability to the hospital for treatment with Ivermectin, and the outside doctor was made ready. An Appellate Court paused the order, and they ruled that the Waukesha Circuit court erred in their decision. John was blocked from receiving ivermectin.
Through a series of miraculous events, John was secretly given Ivermectin and survived the NIH protocol despite spending more 100 days of his ten months in the hospital on a ventilator.
Today John is breathing on his own with a little help from supplemental oxygen and his kidneys both healed and are fully functional.
John's case, Allen Gahl v Aurora Health Care Inc, is now coming before the WI Supreme Court and Attorney Karen Mueller will present oral arguments this Tuesday, January 17th.
You can watch it for free on livestream at https://wiseye.org/
This case would set precedent for Wisconsin and across the country so TUNE IN and send prayers to John, his family and everyone involved in this case.
See court documents here: www.amoscenterforjustice.org
Thanks for doing your part to stop this tyranny.
Scott Schara, President
Our Amazing Grace is a trademark of Our Amazing Grace’s Light Shines On, Inc.
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