Former Taekwondo Champion’s Leg Amputated After COVID ‘Vaccination’

RUTLAND & STAMFORD MERCURY, – Dave Mears was crowned world taekwondo champion in 1984 and went on to build a successful teaching career before moving to Thailand.

During his 21 years abroad, Dave qualified as a professional photographer and ran a series of successful bars before the global “lockdown” caused his business to come crashing down.

He was forced to return to England in April last year and was beginning to rebuild his life in his hometown of Stamford when he fell ill.

Dave’s flu-like symptoms started within hours of having the AstaZeneca ‘vaccination’ against ‘Covid-19’ on March 4. His symptoms got progressively worse over the following month.

His foot started to swell and he was rushed to Addenbrooke’s Hospital for treatment on April 10. His left leg was later amputated below the knee.

Medics haven’t confirmed the cause of the infection, but Dave fears it was linked to the vaccine.

He said: “It started with a horrendous fever. I was admitted to the hospital on the 10th and on the 12th my foot just exploded. There was blood everywhere. At first they said I might lose a couple of toes, but then it was half my leg. I think it has got to be linked. It has put me off having the second one.”

This case of a severe adverse reaction to a ‘COVID-19 vaccine’, of course, doesn’t come as a surprise.

On February 18, 2021, the Western Australia government’s Chief Health Officer, Dr Andrew Robertson, signed a document whereby the government gave permission to administer ‘COVID-19 vaccines’, which are considered  “poison” by Robertson (Instrument of Authorisation – Authorisation to Supply or Administer a Poison [SARS-COV-2 (COVID-19) VACCINE – Australian Defence Force] (No.2) 2021).

The ‘vaccine’ Mears received, AstraZeneca’s COVID ‘vaccine’, is one of the ‘vaccines’ considered a “poison“.

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