Dr. Jeff Bradstreet, an autism researcher and an opponent of vaccines, was found dead in a river in North Carolina. According to the forensic report, Dr. Bradstreet had a gunshot wound in the chest. His body was discovered by a fisherman in the Rocky Broad River in Chimney Rock on June 19. Even though the people close to him thought otherwise, the police claimed that this was a suicide.

Namely, the child of Dr. Bradstreet developed autism after being vaccinated. So, soon after this happened, Dr. Bradstreet began researching vaccines and became their strong opponent. The investigation into his death remains opened, whereas the autopsy results are pending.

Dr. Bradstreet had a private practice in Buford, Georgia. He worked with children who suffered from Autism Spectrum Disorder, PPD, and related neurological and developmental disorders. Also, he believed that mercury is the main cause for autism in children. So, he rendered treatments for mercury toxicity. He was the founder and president of the International Child Development Resource Center.

On the behalf of parents who were against vaccines, Dr. Bradstreet offered his expert testimony in federal court. A lot of families claim that Dr. Bradstreet had a positive influence in their lives. They explained that they are forever indebted to him because his treatments worked and their children were cured.

Therefore, a lot of people think that this was not a suicide and that he was actually murdered because he spoke against vaccines. He was a compassionate doctor who was violently stopped. The question which arises here is why would a doctor, who had access to medicines, that could have helped him die peacefully (if this was his wish), shoot himself in the chest and then jump in the river?

Take a look at the video below to learn more about this case:

Source: http://www.healthtipsportal.com/

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