Raymond Obomsawin went from perfectly healthy to dead a few days after sending an important document to RFK Jr. Was he murdered or did he die of natural causes?
By Steve Kirsch
Revised on 12/29 at 10:30pm PST.
The earlier version of this article asked for help locating a forensic pathologist in the Oneida, NY area (near Syracuse, NY). We now have plenty of leads to pursue for this.
He went from perfectly healthy to dead a few days after sending an important document to RFK Jr. related to the safety of the COVID vaccines.
There are people who think he was killed.
I’ve talked to his family members and they want to know what killed him.
To find out, the plan is to have a private pathologist extract the appropriate tissue and blood samples and have them, as well as the hospital records, analyzed. He will also be checked with a Geiger counter over all parts of his body.
He was 71. The symptoms was consistent with liver failure, multi-organ failure, so natural causes. He was diagnosed with COVID.
My best guess at this point is that we will find that there was no foul play.
Here are the reasons:
- One of my forensic pathologist friends talked to the family directly and thought it sounded natural.
- If “they” were going to kill him, they would have killed him BEFORE he delivered the damaging information to RFK Jr., not AFTER he delivered it.
- He’s been a “troublemaker” for a long time. Why would “they” suddenly decide to knock him off now? The timing is odd.
- He doesn’t seem high profile enough to be a target. There are many others who are more damaging to the narrative.
And there are other factors to consider as well:
- If this was a professional “hit job,” even a great forensic pathologist would not be able to tell. There are simply ways to kill people that make it look like natural causes. Therefore, we are likely to find nothing in the most likely “pessimistic” scenario.
- The only way you’d find a smoking gun would be a non-professional killer. That seems unlikely since he only had government enemies.
We’ll see what happens. I’m skeptical we’ll find anything, but you never know.