Worldwide interest in Ottawa Police Detective’s Sudden Infant Death Investigations
Ottawa Police Detective Helen Grus faces internal Police Act charges for conducting “unauthorized” investigations into the sudden deaths of nine infants – where she sought to know the vaccine status of the mothers.
The world wants to know what’s going on.
Almost two weeks and over 400,000 views later, I am stunned by the level of interest from around the world: Canada, United States, Mexico, United Kingdom, Australia, India, Singapore, Brazil, New Zealand, Iceland, Germany, Spain, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Uzbekistan… the list goes on and on.
Over one hundred readers contacted me directly to comment, ask questions, or thank me for reporting the Detective Grus story.
Fourteen accredited journalists from as far away as Australia asked me to share my sources for Detective Grus’ September 2021 letter to Chief of Police Sloly and other information in my reports. (Thanks for your interest ladies and gentlemen of the media… not going to reveal my sources.)
The vast majority of comments and emails I received were supportive of Detective Grus. A few readers, however, supported the charges against Grus and were upset that she or anyone should question the safety of the ‘vaccines’ for pregnant women and nursing infants.
Whatever your thoughts, perspectives, and opinions about the charges against Detective Helen Grus – you are one of at least hundreds of thousands (probably more) who are interested in the case.
Next Court Appearance Open to the Public – September 15, 2022
The next appearance date in the Detective Grus case is September 15, 2022.
During Covid, Ottawa Police internal hearings are conducted remotely, as was the first Detective Grus hearing in July, 2022. I will publish information about how members of the public can remotely attend the September 15, 2022 hearing as soon as it becomes available.