An EMT Report: What Made Chris Smith Die Suddenly?
The Vaccine Wars, Part 68
This past Tuesday, it was reported in the media that former NFL football player Chris Smith was found dead at the age of 31.
Ordinarily, I don't bother writing about these "Died Suddenly" stories because there are numerous other people engaging in the documentation. Most of my value added comes by way of compiling statistics or interpreting evidence. However, this story came my way via an EMT I talked with at a friend's gathering on Friday. What he explained to me about Smith's death does not seem to be part of the public reports, and is germane to the topic of vaccine injury and death.
First, let us take in what ABC News wrote about Smith's death:
CLEVELAND -- Former NFL defensive end Chris Smith, who was touched by tragedy while he played for the Cleveland Browns, has died. He was 31.
Smith's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, and the Browns confirmed his passing on Tuesday. The cause of death was not immediately known.
“Rest in Peace Chris,” Rosenhaus wrote on Twitter. “Condolences to all his family, friends and loved ones. We will miss you.”
Smith played for the XFL’s Seattle Sea Dragons this season. He previously spent eight seasons in the NFL with Jacksonville, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Las Vegas and Houston.
While Smith was with the Browns in 2019, his girlfriend, Petara Cordero, was killed when she was hit by a car after she exited the vehicle he was driving. Cordero was standing on the road’s shoulder when the vehicle driven by a 47-year-old woman smashed into the passenger side of Smith’s car.
Like other articles I've seen, ABC skipped past discussion of the cause of death to report on major events in Smith's life, along with a brief professional history. Perhaps that's understandable given that a cause of death was not reported. However, it appears that there is information that points to vaccination as a reasonable likelihood in precipitating Smith's demise.
Understand that what I'm writing is not first hand information, but it comes from a source whom I know very well, and consider highly trustworthy—an EMT in the Dallas area who is himself a former athlete. He told me that Smith drowned in his own blood, which was congealed in an unusual way, covering his face when he was found.
I'm not a medical professional of any kind, so I cannot relate such circumstances to a list of potential causes of death. But this seemed unusual enough among the EMTs that the story was quickly passed around and pushed to me because of my work.
In addition to the information printed in the ABC report, there are speculations of suicide or murder being written about. There are suggestions that he was depressed over the untimely death of his girlfriend, Petara Cordero, who was hit and killed instantly by a drunk driver in 2019.
I was told that there was alcohol at the scene, but no obvious sign of drugs, the latter of which would be more associated with sudden, severe hemorrhaging.
Remember that this is not a first-hand account, and that it is best not to jump to conclusions. However, I wanted to put the information out there, and perhaps one among the doctors who reads RTE might comment on the possibilities.