Expert witnesses to focus on Alberta’s response to COVID-19
Red Deer, Alberta – Numerous expert testimonies are expected to challenge government’s response to COVID-19 at the National Citizens Inquiry in Red Deer this week. The Hearings run from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, April 26 – 28.
Those testifying include:
• David Redman, a former Colonel in the Canadian Military who developed Emergency Management Plans for Canada and Alberta
• Eric Payne, a Paediatric Neurologist at Alberta Children’s Hospital
• Gary Davidson, a former head of East Central ER services for AHS
• Justin Chin, a specialist ER physician working in the ER at the U of A in Edmonton.
• Dean Beaudry, a risk management expert who will compare the risks of covid/the risks of the vaccines/the risks of lockdowns.
• Scott Crawford, a Calgary area paramedic who will testify about novel clinical presentations he observed following the roll out of the mRNA vaccines
• Catherine Christensen, an Edmonton area lawyer who represents 370 military veterans released from service for not complying with the vaccine mandates
• Greg Chan, a Ponoka Family doctor who filed numerous “Adverse Events Following Immunization” (AEFI) claims which were denied.
• James Coates, pastor for Grace Life Church who served 35 days in the Remand Centre for failing to comply with AHS Public Health orders.
• Deanna McLeod, a clinical researcher who will discuss the original Pfizer data used to justify the Emergency Use Authorization
• J.J Coey, a researcher and academic who will discuss corona viruses and the pandemic narrative
• Daniel Bulford, formerly a member of the RCMP tactical team that protected Justin Trudeau, will talk about his background and his role in the Trucker Convoy.
The list of private citizens testifying will only be available when the hearings start.
The Red Deer hearings will be broadcast live on the NCI website
https://nationalcitizensinquiry.ca/nci-live/ and on the NCI social media channels:
The Red Deer venue is Baymont by Wyndham, 4311 – 49 Avenue, Red Deer, AB T8N5Y7
Due to limited space in the hearing room the public is asked to arrange for access through Eventbrite.
Members of the media are asked to provide identification to NCI volunteers on site to obtain access. Prior notification of attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org will assist in assuring seating.
NCI spokesperson, Michelle Leduc Catlin, will be at the hearings and will be able to assist you.
Hearings will follow in:
• Metro Vancouver, BC, from May 2 – 4
• Quebec City, QC, May 11 – 13
• Ottawa, ON May 17 – 19
NCI is a Canada-wide citizen-led and citizen-funded initiative to investigate governments’ COVID-19 policies in a fair and impartial manner that is completely independent from government. Through questioning led by lawyers, individual Canadians and experts will present evidence under oath to Independent Commissioners.
Media inquiries concerning the National Citizens Inquiry should be directed to: