Pictured above: Ashleigh Wilson and Rory Nairn / photo supplied.
By Staff Writer
18 Dec 2021 Update: Coroner confirms vaccine killed Rory Narin.
Less that two weeks after getting his first Pfizer vaccine 26-year-old Dunedin man Rory Nairn was dead. His fiancé Ashleigh Wilson believes the vaccine caused his heart to fail.
“Rory passed away on the morning of 17 November,” says Ashleigh. “I believe he was a victim of an adverse cardiac reaction caused by the Pfizer vaccine.”
Rory had his first jab on November 5 and, says Ashleigh, started feeling heart flutters that evening.
“We put this down to stress as we were in the process of selling and buying a house and planning a wedding,” says Ashleigh. “We never ever considered the events that followed.”
Twelve days after the jab Rory suffered increasing heart palpitations and told Ashleigh he had an “uncomfortable” feeling in his chest.
“We finally decided to head to hospital at 3am on 17 November for reassurance,” says Ashleigh. “But before we could leave our home Rory went into cardiac arrest and died instantly in our home.
“Paramedics arrived and worked on Rory for 40 minutes before they pronounced him dead.”
Ashleigh says Rory did not have any known pre-existing medical conditions, he played rugby, went diving and hunting on the weekends and worked as a plumber.
“He had his whole life ahead of him,” says Ashleigh. “We had our whole lives ahead of us.”
An initial autopsy report stated the cause of death as “unknown”, says Ashleigh.
“A further report focused on heart problems and it will take an extended amount of time to receive final conclusion.”
The coroner is investigating.
Ashleigh wants to know why young fit people are experiencing heart issues following the Pfizer vaccination.
Medsafe reports that 39 people are known to have had a heart attack following a Pfizer vaccination and that 103 people have died. However, just 5% of all adverse reactions are reported.
“Why aren’t vaccine-related deaths not reported on the 1pm TV news updates or any government media releases?” says Ashleigh.
“If we had known about these risks maybe we would have thought twice about getting the vaccine and Rory would still be with us.
“For our families, this is about informed consent. Why are we not told about these side effects and what to do if we experience them? We need to talk about this.
“Ever since Rory passed I have had multiple people contacting me with stories of their experiences – mostly cardiovascular related.
“Personally I have had both shots and was previously pro-vaccination, so have been on both sides of the fence blindly following what the government said.
“I urge anyone who experiences any heart symptoms to seek medical advice at a hospital immediately.”
Ashleigh say she won’t be getting a booster shot.