Support for Stephans

David and Collet Stephan getting charged for failing to provide the necessities of life in their son’s death is a classic case of gas lighting. The couple has the right to choose not to have their children injected with various form of diseases called “vaccinations.”

David and Collet Stephan getting charged for failing to provide the necessities of life in their son’s death is a classic case of gas lighting. The couple has the right to choose not to have their children injected with various form of diseases called “vaccinations.” They have every right to pursue alternative medicine given the history of hospital deaths and the high failure rate of “modern medicine,” such as chemotherapy.

David and Collet Stephen did call an ambulance when Ezekiel stopped breathing. Alberta Health Services sent a bus without an oxygen mask for a child leaving Collet to perform C.P.R. on her son herself enroute to hospital. Alberta Health Services failed but the blame was quickly shifted to the Stephans.

I cannot help but also think this is persecution for the use of alternative medicine (that usually works). It also appears to be an act to promote and protect our government/medical/pharmaceutical system of: “cut,burn, or poison” for profit profit profit.

I support the Stephans and I think Alberta Health Services should “man up,” and take responsibility for Ezekiel’s and the death of all in their care; ambulance, hospital or doctor’s office. They have set a precedent now. Live up to it.

Bailey Coltman, Red Deer

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Third Albertan dies, 46 cases in central zone

A third Albertan has died from COVID-19, province announced Sunday. Forty additional… Continue reading

A message from the Advocate publisher

In good times and bad, The Red Deer Advocate has been here… Continue reading

Vaccine not expected until January 2021 for COVID-19, video posted on Alberta premier’s Facebook page shows

Premier Jason Kenney and Alberta’s chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw discuss vaccines

Red Deer: Put a bear in your window so kids can count them

Red Deer woman wants kids to go on ‘bear hunt’

City of Red Deer asks residents to help protect the pipes

Products that can cause blockages include towel, diapers, food scraps and fat, oil and grease

Alberta Health Services provides COVID-19 prevention tips

Alberta Health Services has a number of recommendations for people amid the… Continue reading

Alberta government website has latest COVID-19 statistics

Red Deer Advocate readers can stay up to date on the COVID-19… Continue reading

‘Worse than any flu’: Canadians describe how it feels to have COVID-19

“I woke up with a little scratch in my throat and started trying to cough it up”

Feds rolling out help for charities hit hard by COVID-19 economic slowdown

OTTAWA — The federal government signalled Sunday it is shifting the focus… Continue reading

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Thousands have already lost their jobs, while others like grocers look for ways to keep doors open

Athletes, musicians help raise 500,000 euros to fight virus

“It’s a very difficult situation, and for the league to be able to do something like this, it makes players, clubs and fans very proud”

Tokyo Olympics: Signs suggest summer dates for 2021 Olympics

Organizing committee suggested there would be no major change from 2020.

Most Read