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Ottawa police officer charged after investigating links between children's deaths and parents' vaccination

Const. Helen Grus of the Ottawa Police Service is being investigated after she allegedly committed discreditable conduct by taking on a private investigation project to find the vaccination status of parents whose children had died.

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An Ottawa police officer is facing misconduct charges for seeking links between child death and Covid-19 vaccinations. It is also alleged that she inserted herself into investigations searching for these links.

Const. Helen Grus of the Ottawa Police Service is being investigated after she allegedly committed discreditable conduct by taking on a private investigation project to find the vaccination status of parents whose children had died.

According to the Ottawa Citizen: "Between June 2020 and January 2022, Grus allegedly accessed nine child or infant death cases in which she had no investigative role. On Jan. 30, 2022, Grus also allegedly interfered directly with an investigation into an infant’s death by contacting the father of a deceased baby to inquire about the mother’s COVID-19 vaccination status without the lead investigator’s knowledge."

Charges were filed against Grus at a disciplinary hearing on Monday. Grus has not yet submitted a plea. She is a detective with the sexual assault and child abuse unit (SACA) but has been suspended since February of 2022.

Police on Guard, a pro Canadian constitution police group, released a statement defending Grus, stating: "As part of the SACA unit, their mandate is to investigate all sudden and unexpected child deaths of children under the age of five. These investigations are crucial and mandated by law.

"As Police Officers it is incumbent on us to investigate all avenues of potential cause of death. Given the recent avalanche of medical evidence surrounding the Covid 19 vaccine, especially Pfizer’s documents that show 28 out of 29 pregnant woman that reported adverse events after the vaccine, lost their baby, one would think that asking these questions to rule out potential cause of death would be expected as best practice and ones duty of office. After all, isn’t that the goal of the investigation?

"If there is an increase of sudden deaths in children compared to previous years, wouldn’t this be something worth investigating to figure out a cause?

"Every sworn Police Officer has a duty to investigate. A Police Officer assigned to the dedicated SACA unit, with an exemplary record, who is investigating a potential cause of death and is being silenced and disciplined for her thorough investigation, should be a major red flag to every Canadian.

"Ottawa Police Service and any other Police Services across the country who are silencing these investigations, should be held to account for neglect of duty.
You swore an oath to serve and protect. Following the edict of the government, ignoring the potential evidence and punishing a Police Officer for doing her job is criminal!" they conclude.

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