Bass says no one should believe Hurst’s story about unclaimed bodies, while questions remains about ‘official’ causes of death


Labour Relations Consultant Henderson Bass is calling for clarity on statements made by Government Spokesman Lionel “Max” Hurst concerning the liquefied corpses which had to be buried hurriedly this week.

Those bodies were being housed in a refrigerated container on the compound of the old Holberton Hospital, and reportedly began decomposing after the cooling unit broke down.

Hurst claims that five bodies known to have been hurriedly interred on Thursday had been unclaimed by any relatives. However, Bass says he does not believe this story and he asks how many missing or homeless persons might have died over these past months.

Bass says Hurst is a stranger to the truth and no one should believe what he says.

Seeming to contradict Hurst’s statement about the bodies being unclaimed, however, was an Observer Radio caller who, on Wednesday night, advised the public that he had been notified of his brother’s remains being buried the next day.

The deceased was a well-known figure whose funeral many relatives and friends had hoped to attend.

Meanwhile, there remains some controversy about the use of the refrigerated container.

A source reminds REAL News that the refrigerated unit was intended to store bodies that had tested positive for COVID-19. However, by some accident, the source reveals, the body of a man who did not have the virus was recently placed in that container.

This, the source says, was a breach of the storage protocols and a potential source of contamination – not only for the body, but for those who would handle it in the course of a post-mortem examination, as well as the police officers and witnesses.

Given that the five known bodies were not autopsied, REAL News asked the source what would be listed as the cause of death on their death certificates. However, the official could not say what decision had been taken by the Coroner in that regard.

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  1. Y’all have no idea what’s going on around you guys. You can’t tell the man hush. Who is you? He made is statement which are true… When it do hit y’all then y’all realize what’s going on. Becareful.

  2. Dem ah goh blame covid or suicide fu arl ah dem. Dat ah wah dem ah do ebbery where. BUT ah de poison 💉💉 dat ah carz de sudden unexplained deaths, especially inna young ppl. The vaccine can be the underlying cause even if dem test positive for covid. They are paying off media, hospitals, embalmers, pathologists, funeral directors and anyone else necessary fu kip dem mout shut about de carnage dat ah gwarne thru out de wurl.
    Up to now, dem nah say the vax cause ONE death inna Antigua or any other Caribbean island.
    Dr. Mike Yeadon former scientist of Pfizer UK says 3 years life expectancy after taking mRNA (graphene oxide poison) vax. Nah mek dem fool yuh – dis nah normal, and dis only became popular aftah dem roll out de jibby jab jab.
    To the rest of you mRNA recipients, there are detox
    protocols to clean that mess outta your systems. If you dismissed the so called ‘antivaxxers’ b4, unnu bettah start to listen now.

  3. Bass come out from under de rock he min under fu years. Imagine, he min be the chairman ah wan board dat waste up government money and because dem fire he de man bitta lakka alaz.

    Nutten Bass say mek any sense. He ah question wha Hurst say and ah say Hurst lie, but he min dey ah lie bout the Adoms building too. De man nah min know a from bull foot.

    Bass nah min even be wan good labour relation worker. Plenty people hab loud mouth and dat mek people think dem brite.

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