According to a report by Jacqui Deevoy posted at Newspunch, the investigative journalist first told her story in a December 2020 interview with David Icke, a former English soccer player and sports broadcaster-turned investigative journalist, where she provided details of what she had learned from a source who provided factual data to support the stunning allegations.
"I was as nervous as hell but I felt compelled to share what I’d discovered: that our elderly were, indeed, being killed in hospitals, care homes and hospices," she wrote.
After the interview, Deevoy said that her email inbox "filled up" with accounts sent by people who also believed that their loved ones had been euthanized. (Deevoy recalled that several years earlier when her own mother died, she seemed to have passed in a similar fashion.)
"The accounts I was sent by people who believed their loved ones were murdered were heartbreaking. These people were desperate, not knowing where to turn, so seeing the video gave them hope. I suddenly had a new family – that’s how it felt anyway – and I wanted to help them in any way I could," she noted, adding that she believed the best way to get their stories out to the most people would be via the "mainstream media."
But she was wrong.
She said she sent this same story pitch to 28 different outlets, describing what she had learned and laying out the facts as she knew them to be true:
Euthanasia is being used as a medical protocol in UK hospitals.
Extensive research reveals that the Liverpool Care Pathway, which was abandoned in 2014 after being deemed inhumane, was brought back in at the start of the pandemic in early 2020 and is being implemented in hospitals and care homes across the UK.
Evidence includes the following:
To close her pitch, she added: "The normalisation of euthanasia has been occurring for years. This month, Matt Hancock started to push for the legalisation of assisted suicide. Why?"
She literally heard back from none of the outlets she pitched, so she decided the story was too important not to report at all, leaving her the alternative media as her only option. There are some powerful videos explaining all of this as well as featuring the horrific stories as told by relatives of loved ones euthanized.
"Six months later, I’m still trying to get the national UK papers to run a story. I’m determined to get the voices of the victims’ relatives heard by a wider audience, as this is the only way that the heinous culling can be stopped. The more people that know about it, the more outrage there will be," Deevoy wrote. "The government who’ve instigated this sickening and unlawful protocol have blood on their hands and need to, at the very least, answer some questions."