“In most cases, “rhythmogenic heart failure” was postulated as the cause of death.” Now that is a very strange diagnosis. The heart all of a sudden developed a fatal arrhythmia with no antecedent cause. Likely, all that the coroners looked at showed that “the macroscopic appearance of the organs was overall unremarkable.” But Arne Burkhardt, Peter Schirmacher, and Walter Lang looked deeper. They did histological studies of the heart and found profound myocarditis.
Then they looked at the vascular system. There were “inflammatory events in small blood vessels (endothelitis), characterized by an abundance of T-lymphocytes and sequestered, dead endothelial cells within the vessel lumen.” But maybe the presence of the T-lymphocytes was coincidental, so they looked at the tissue immediately adjacent to the small blood vessels. What did they find? There was “extensive perivascular accumulation of T-lymphocytes.” There were lots of T-lymphocytes immediately ajacent to the damaged small blood vessels.
But what was the impact of these killer T-cells? Did they attack the organs? There was “massive lymphocytic infiltration of surrounding non-lymphatic organs or tissue with T-lymphocytes.” The killer T-cells were attacking the internal organs–including the heart–and attacks on the heart would cause myocarditis. Which would lead to cardiac arrhythmias…Killer T-cells follow immune clues to find cells to attack–and something was drawing these killer T-cells to the heart.
So why did Burkhardt, et. al., find a different cause of death than the doctor who signed the death certificate/autopsy report? They looked deeper and worked harder. Now their work can benefit us because they have created a document for pathologists to use when checking for covid vaccine deaths. So now maybe we will discover that more deaths are due to covid vaccines. And maybe we will discover that covid vaccines are not beneficial.