FRANCE: In France, vaccination was equated with suicide
The judge took the side of the insurance company, which refused to pay insurance to the children of a millionaire who died after being vaccinated.
In France, the case of a wealthy elderly Parisian businessman who insured his life for many millions and died from COVID-vaccination caused a great resonance. The insurance company refused to pay money to the relatives of the deceased, and the court recognized the correctness of the company, reports Our Central Europe.
Doctors admitted that the man’s death was the result of vaccination. After that, the insurance company refused to pay the family money, because the insurance policy excludes the use of experimental drugs and treatments, including vaccination against coronavirus.
The family sued the insurance company, but lost. The judge ruled that the side effects of the experimental vaccine were made public and the deceased could not claim to be unaware of them when he voluntarily took the vaccine. The court also stressed that in France there is no law that forced him to be vaccinated.
“Therefore, his death, in fact, is a suicide,” the court ruled.
The insurance company noted that suicide, like death from an experimental drug, is not an insured event.
Also in Croatia, a 33-year-old man died due to thrombosis after vaccination with the AstraZeneca vaccine.