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Robert N.

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  • Date of Death:
    October 03, 2021
  • Age at Death:

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

November, 2020: My father moved in to Park Senior Villas in Tucson at the age of 90. He had not had an alcoholic drink in about 6 months or so, and his health was improving all the time. His diabetes numbers were better, he wasn't as shaky, and his overall health was improving in a variety of ways. Although he was kept in solitary confinement in his room- as were all the residents- and made to feel like a nuisance when he asked for water, or to go to the bathroom, or whatever else, his spirits were remarkably good under the circumstances. We spoke on the phone often, and zoomed with him and my siblings weekly. He would not have been allowed to leave his room much, and had to be in quarantine for 2 weeks (!) after every outing, and trusted the pharmaceutical companies and their media megaphones, so he took the first pfizer in March I think, and the 2nd in April. I was not informed of exact dates, as both my husband and I had tried with all our might to warn him NOT to take the shots, so our dismay was known, and we were not told details. Wiithin a week he was in the hospital with pneumonia, and then 3 weeks later back in the hospital with elephant sized legs. The following months leading up to his death on October 3rd, were mostly agony. Because I live in New York, I was not able to closely follow his health events, but during August and September and even earlier there were many days which he thought were his last. Miraculously, he held on until my husband and I arrived for a visit, and died while we were there.

Shooting, lasting pains in arms and legs, strange sharp pains in limbs that would come and go, hugely swollen legs with weeping fluid and open sores, pneumonia directly following the 2nd shot, and uncontrollable swelling in legs implying congestive heart failure). The day before he died he had a stroke and lost most of his speech.

What would you like others to know?

The existence of "viruses" has never been shown. A virus is a string of letters made up in a computer, it does not exist in reality. The image we see millions of times over is a picture of extra cellular debris that can be found in cell cultures with no patient fluid added. Toxins and poisons, which nearly or possibly ALL pharmaceutical products belong in the category of, are what are making people sick. Manufactured toxins and poisons and chemicals numbering in the multiple thousands are in use in foods, household products, agricultural products, warfare products, and every other sector of the economy and are creating the conditions which make people sick, together with de-natured, processed, non-organic foods which provide little to support health. If you want to know all about the virology scams of the twentieth century, see Drs. Mark and Sam Bailey, Dr. Tom Cowan, Dr. Andrew Kaufman, Stefan Lanka, Phd., and others you can connect to by finding out about them through the aformentioned experts.

How would you like your loved one to be remembered?

I will post the obituary I wrote. Although I had, and have, very mixed feelings about saying he "passed away peacefully" since his last months were agony, and he died full of morphine, I did what was expected of me, and what caused others the least grief. If I had written the truth as I saw it, it would have been vetoed.Robert Louis Nevins, affectionately known as Bob, 91, of Tucson, Arizona passed away peacefully in his sleep on October 3rd, 2021.

Bob was a romantic, and a lover of life. He felt that life should resemble great literature. He loved opera, his favorite being "The Marriage of Figaro." He was an avid and enthusiastic art collector. Bob made lasting impressions, even on those who had only met him once, with his frank and open opinions, his warmth, his humor, and his interest in others. He was passionate about his profession, architecture, and about food and entertaining, his lavish dinner parties and spectacular table settings being remembered by all who partook. His generosity was legendary. He was a professor of architecture at the University of Arizona, and he adored teaching and he adored his students, many of whom were guests at his table. His students returned the admiration, and many remained in contact with him until the end. His work, particularly his interiors, were featured in a number of magazines. He had too many friends to count, some lifelong, all of whom were as dear to him as dear could be.Bob was a veteran of the Korean war, and then graduated from the Yale School of Architecture in 1962. He and his family moved from New Haven, CT to Tucson, AZ in 1976. He taught at the University of Arizona for 35 years, and loved every minute of it.

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