The body of a missing Centers for Disease Control researcher has been found. Timothy Cunningham, 25, was last seen on February 12. Cunningham headed up a research team with the Center For Disease Control’s Division of Population Health. Cunningham had made claims, shortly before his disappearance, that a “catastrophic” flu shot was the cause of this year’s deadly flu epidemic that reportedly killed thousands.
Cunningham reportedly mentioned: “if something happened to him” that he wished his name to be made public. Cunningham was a Harvard-trained epidemiologist and US Navy officer. His body was recovered in the Chattahoochee River in NW Atlanta on April 3, over fifty days since he was reported missing.
Snopes.com, a fact-checking website that pretends to uncover fake news, says the original news source linking Cunningham’s death with his alleged claims about this year’s deadly flu shot, was made by a bogus website, Yournewswire.com.
Flu shot problems confirmed by other doctors
Yournewswire.com interviewed doctors who also claimed flu shots led to patient deaths. Dr. Daniel Neides, Chief Operating Officer of the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, was fired after airing his experience with flu vaccines and the illegitimacy of the CDCs advice on flu vaccination. Dr. Neides himself suffered serious illness after he had a flu shot. His personal report was published at Cleveland.com. Yournewswire.com linked to Dr. Neides report. Dr. Neides’ was required to get a flu shot to keep his job. He fell ill for two days following his vaccination. He explains four other workers at his job site also underwent flu shots on the same day he did and also became ill. (Click on video)
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