British psychologist Stephen Wright died suddenly, shortly after his first injection of covid-19 vaccine. His wife Charlotte has since sought redress from the pharmaceutical company, the government and even from some relatives who did not believe that her husband died as a result of the injection.
An investigation has now determined that Stephen died from a blood clot in his brain caused by the covid-19 vaccine. His wife is now proceeding with her lawsuit against Astra Zeneca.
In January 2021, 32-year-old Stephen Wright took his first dose of Astra Zeneca’s covid-19 vaccine. Ten days later, he died suddenly from a blood clot in his brain. The cause of death was listed as ‘natural causes’, but his wife Charlotte immediately suspected that this was not the case given the side effects for which the Astra Zeneca covid-19 vaccine in particular had previously attracted attention. Since then, she has been fighting for justice for her husband’s tragic death.
Now, an investigation into Stephen’s death has determined that he actually died from the vaccine. The investigation states that a combination of brain stem infarction, bleeding in the brain and “vaccine-induced thrombosis” caused his death.
– It was made clear that Stephen was [previously] fit and healthy and that his death was by vaccination of AstraZeneca., Charlotte told the BBC.
Stephen worked as a psychologist at the UK’s National Health Services (NHS) and his mother, Anne Wright, said he loved his work.
– He loved his job, he loved the children he worked with, he loved the young people, and he had a real empathy with them and they really seemed to get on with him, Anne said.
There were several people who didn’t believe Charlotte when she told them of her assessment that it was the Covid vaccine that led to her husband’s death, and she herself expresses relief at being able to show this in black and white. She has also received compensation from the country’s vaccine injury compensation scheme last August.
– Even with people in my life, there were questions and queries about whether I was actually telling the truth so, two years later, I can finally say it is the truth, she says.
In March 2021, a large number of countries stopped the Astra Zeneca vaccine after it was found that many people suffered serious blood clots and some died. More recently, studies have also found that it carries an increased risk of heart muscle inflammation, among other things.
Charlotte is now pursuing a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical giant regarding her husband’s death, and she believes that the investigation makes it possible to continue the lawsuit. Although the investigation has given her some relief, she does not feel that the situation has been resolved.
– I think we’re only going to get that when we have an answer from AstraZeneca and the government, she says.
Other families affected by deaths and vaccine injuries caused by AstraZeneca are also taking legal action against the company. Among other things, BBC worker Lisa Shaw died from the injection in 2021 and her husband has now started a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical giant, something that The Nordic Times previously reported on.
In a comment, Astra Zeneca refers to the fact that “patient safety is our highest priority” and that “the benefits of the vaccinations outweigh the risks”.
In addition to his wife Charlotte, Stephen left behind two sons.