Measure twice, cut once

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The H3 coroner is going to try harder, and other legislation borne from the hoax. 

Saskatchewan’s chief coroner says a public mix-up in identifying two hockey players involved in the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash means, in the future, his office will be more careful in releasing names.

www.ctvnews.ca/canada/much-muc…

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4 thoughts on “Measure twice, cut once

  1. xileffilex

    The alleged mix-up between one “dead” and one “survivor” is a subtle variant of the deception/fraud sub-routine after a staged event to nail it as real.
    A follow-on video shows Ryan “Straz-strong” Straschnitzki off for treatment to…that well known centre of medical excellence for all Canadians, THAILAND. One wonders whom he’ll bump into there.
    globalnews.ca/news/4995794/hum…
    “pain is temporary..waiting for my bones to heal..”
    Straschnitzki was inspired to try the procedure by Calgary surgeon Dr. Richi Gill, who had the operation last year after he was paralyzed in an accident.

    “It is a device that goes over the spinal cord and sends messages out to the rest of the body,” she said. “It is the rehab afterwards that is arduous and tedious and that’s where Ryan’s strength and fortitude comes in. You have to commit.”

    The surgery can cost up to $100,000 and isn’t covered by health care or insurance. It is also performed in countries such as the United States and Switzerland, but it’s much cheaper in Thailand.
    Straschnitzki’s parents say it’s worth it.

    One month to go to the first anniversary. Stand by…

    Stop Press!
    Morgan Gobeil is released from hospital after …. 11 months
    globalnews.ca/news/5020548/hum…
    For nearly 11 months, Gobeil has endured many medical procedures and hours upon hours of physical, occupational, and speech therapy.

    While the 19-year-old has not regained his speech or his ability to walk yet, the family said they are hopeful those will be the kind of milestones to someday celebrate.

    “We are incredibly proud of the progress he has made – 333 days of extremely hard work!,” said a statement from the Gobeil family.

    1. ab Post author

      Maybe I can get JLB to interview him. Good find X, this story is too foolish for words,but I suspect only you and I are following it.

      1. xileffilex

        Here’s Dr Richi Gill, paralysed from the neck down after an freak boogie ** board accident in Hawaii who subsequently had an “epidural stimulation implant” placed in his lower back in Thailand. ….with a clip of Ryan as a bonus

        ** As recommended by JLB’s famous boogie men?

        Are these “boogie board” accidents real? Go fund me….
        www.foxnews.com/health/bride-p…

        1. ab Post author

          Thanks to the magic of google news reading my preferences, we have this miracle story, replete with magic hoax code numerology 11-333-19.

          The only remaining hockey player still in the hospital after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has been released.

          Nearly 11 months ago, Morgan Gobeil suffered a serious head injury in the crash. Over the course of 333 days in Saskatoon City Hospital, the 19-year-old has undergone numerous surgeries and hours of physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Gobeil still can’t walk or talk, but the family says it remains “hopeful that those will be the kind of milestones we will someday be able to celebrate.”

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