Transcription – English – Dan Hartman

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Dan Hartman:
Our son Sean, my 17 year old son, Sean, loved hockey. It was his whole life. It's all he ever thought about. It's all he ever talk about. And to continue to play hockey, he had to receive a vaccine. You also love going to the movies once a week, so he needed a vaccine for that as well. So on August 25th, he got vaccinated. And on August 29th, he went to the hospital. He had brown circles around his eyes, a rash use, vomiting, things I've heard hundreds of times from people on social media all having the same symptoms. The doctor didn't do a troponin test, didn't do a d-dimer test, sent him home with Advil. On the morning of September 27th, Sean was found dead on the floor beside his bed. They did an autopsy and the official cause of death is unknown, ascertained. They don't know why he died.

Trish Wood:
And what do you think the reason? The reason is?

Dan Hartman:
The vaccine killed my son.

Trish Wood:
Why do you say that?

Dan Hartman:
Because you had no health problems, no underlying conditions, nothing. And because they couldn't find the cause of death, usually they find the cause of death. Only 2% of the time they don't. I was lucky enough to meet with the man who did Sean's autopsy. I wanted to look him in the eyes and I believe him. He told me the truth. He said he tried. With all his power to find the cause of death. And he couldn't. I don't think he's lying to me. I don't think it's a conspiracy in that way. I think he was telling me the truth. He tried his best. But I also think there's only certain pathologists in this world that know how to find it. And we need to get them working hard. They already are, but we need to get them to solve these.

Trish Wood:
Yeah. I'd like to kind of lift him up into back into life again. For the people who are hearing your story, if you could please describe what kind of a boy he was. What did he like to do? What was his life like? What was your relationship with him?

Dan Hartman:
Oh, we were extremely close. We did everything together. This first go karts, his first drive in movie, his first mini golf. I was teaching him to drive. We did everything together. We love watching movies together. We did that so much. We always had fun and he was always smiling. And I was never happier than when I was with Sean. He was my whole life. He everything.

Trish Wood:
Yeah.

Dan Hartman:
And now I'm left with no answers on how he died. And I have to tell people I don't know because there's no explanation. Just want to know why my son died. I want the truth, no matter how much it hurts. I want the truth.

Trish Wood:
Yeah. I actually follow you on Twitter, so I knew your story a little bit. And I also know that you have really been on a mission to act the mystery surrounding this, haven't you?

Dan Hartman:
Absolutely. It's everything I do when I come home from work. That's what I'm doing. I'm taking care of my Twitter page and spreading the word. And I just want someone to tell me the damn truth.

Trish Wood:
Yeah.

Dan Hartman:
I can't grieve him without the truth. How am I supposed to? And they cannot tell me 100%. It wasn't the vaccine. If they could say yes, it wasn't. Absolutely. Without a shadow of a doubt. I might be able to move on. But they told me they can't say 100% it wasn't. Well, then that leaves the possibility that it was.

Trish Wood:
And this was just one of those sudden deaths we're hearing about. Right, that are happening or seem to be happening.

Dan Hartman:
Yeah, he was fine. I texted him the night before. Everything was fine. And then in the morning he was gone. There is nothing wrong with him. Nothing of all his health records, everything. There's not one thing. A perfectly healthy 17 year old boy who played hockey died.

Trish Wood:
Oh, he's a hockey player.

Dan Hartman:
Oh, yeah.

Trish Wood:
I'm going to pass to the panel.

David Ross:
Mr. Hartman.

Dan Hartman:
Yes, sir.

David Ross:
I'm so sorry.

Dan Hartman:
Thank you.

David Ross:
Do you have a copy of the autopsy report?

Dan Hartman:
Yes, I do.

Speaker4:
Were you able to get a second opinion from anyone?

Dan Hartman:
Second pathologist looked at it and he said he can't say 100%, but in his opinion, it was the vaccine. Okay.

Trish Wood:
So I guess you're just going to keep on fighting. You seem like one of those people who is not going to let this drop. Are people kind to you about this? How is your your mission on behalf of Shaun perceived by the people around you and the doctors and the others that you talk to about this? Is it a lonely, lonely struggle for you?

Dan Hartman:
Not at all. I have my fiancee who has really taken care of me, doing everything to make my life easier. And my Twitter page has 16,000 followers. And they're the kindest people I've ever met in my life. They support me every day and give me words of encouragement. Help me fight, because I'm not going to stop.

Trish Wood:
Yeah.

Dan Hartman:
They're the they're just great, great people. And none of them are anti-vaxx or conspiracy theorist. Whatever calls them all the names we get called. We just want the truth. All of us. Just tell the truth. For the love of God.

David Ross:
Well, I think then one one thing that your story helps and I hadn't thought of this before is it helps shape the right question to put to some of the authorities in the medical people. And I think the question your story impels us to ask it, what are the personal characteristics and health conditions of a person for whom the COVID vaccine could prove injurious or even deadly? Isn't that the question that needs to be asked so that other people, if they have some kind of characteristic that could lead to this conclusion, it could be determined in advance so that this doesn't happen. I think you've helped us shape that question, which is one that we will pursue.

Dan Hartman:
That people message me and say that Sean has saved their lives.

David Ross:
Really?

Dan Hartman:
Oh, yeah. I've had people message me and say they changed their mind about it. All these deaths are not lies. They're not. It's impossible for them all to be lies. It's happening. Why can't we admit it? Why can't we talk about it?

Trish Wood:
Yeah. Thank you very much for telling your story and talking about your boy. And we hope you find the answers you're looking for as well one day, whenever that is. Thank you.

Dan Hartman:
Very much.

Trish Wood:
Thank you. Bye bye.

Dan Hartman:
All right.

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