flu victim. Her picture does not add up and her family was not
interviewed, only the doctors who have every reason to hide their
The truth is finally out. She never had any pre-existing condition
such as asthma or obesity. Pregnancy is not such a severe condition so
as to compromise her immune system. In fact, I don't recall my wife
getting sick when she was pregnant with my 6 children at all, not even
I believe her husband better than any of the journalists who didn't
interview the husband and tell the family side of the story. The
verbal statements of the 13th UK victim was also an eye opener
compared to all the officially published news about the Swine flu.
Trunnel should sue the American Pig farm in Mexico as well as the
doctors that had attended to his wife. He should open a paypal account
for everyone to donate in order to help in his case against these
industrial giants as well as journalists who keep on spreading lies.
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Tuesday, May 19, 2009 at 9:51 a.m.
The husband of the first American to die from the swine flu is denying
media reports that she had a pre-existing medical condition.
Harlingen man Steven Trunnell appeared on CNN's "Larry King Live" with
the couple's children and the family's attorney on Monday night.
Trunnell is launching an investigation into the conditions at a pig
farm in Veracruz, Mexico where the deadly disease is believed to have
The grieving husband said his late wife Judy Trunnell was "a healthy
pregnant woman" who had never been diagnosed with "major medical
complications of any kind."
Judy slipped into a coma while in the hospital but gave birth to a
healthy baby girl.
Steven Trunnell said Judy wasn't sick before coming down with the
"That's absolutely false…she was a healthy, pregnant woman eight
months pregnant until she contracted the virus," Steven told Larry
King. "She became acutely ill but never diagnosed with any major
medical complications of any kind."