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Falls were the most common cause of injury seen in emergency departments in the United States. One study found that there were nearly 7.9 million emergency department visits involving falls, nearly 35.7% of all encounters.[1]

 

Falling victims on Wikispooks

TitleDescription
Robert O. AndersonTriple Bilderberg Big Oil exec who attended the 1973 Bilderberg
Maksim BorodinRussian journalist who fell to his death from his apartment in unclear circumstances
Richard ChangA happy married financier with Abbey National who fell to his death
Hiroshi HasegawaAn "exceptionally erudite" TV commentator who publicly urged caution about the claim that 9/11 was a Muslim led operation. His sudden death the next month was little reported by corporate media.
Alexander KaganskyRussian COVID-19 Vaccine researcher found dead
Isaac KappyAn actor who died aged 42 after accusing former Hollywood friends of paedophilia.
Mikhail LesinCredited with creating US enemy no.1 Russia Today; died mysteriously in Washington DC, officially ruled an accident by "a series of drunken falls."
Ashraf MarwanSpooky son-in-law of the late Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser. Fell to his death from the balcony of his London home.
James Le MesurierA UK spook involved in various NATO interventions, including sin Syria where he started the White Helmets and the Mayday Rescue Foundation. He was found dead in Istanbul in November 2019, which was labelled a suicide, in spite of the evidence.
Roh Moo-hyunFormer South Korean President. Officially committed suicide after a corruption scandal, which was promptly closed.
Sean Parlaman"The leading anti-pedophile activist of his generation"
Autumn RadtkeA tech-valley CEO of a bitcoin exchange who died a violent death, aged 28. It was ruled a suicide.
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References

  1. Villaveces A, Mutter R, Owens PL, Barrett ML. "Causes of Injuries Treated in the Emergency Department, 2010". HCUP Statistical Brief #156. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. May 2013. Retrieved 27 June 2013.


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