Shane GeigerSpraining an ankle should never be a death sentence, and historically it was not cause for funeral arrangements. It now sometimes is, alongside heart disease, blood pressure, diabetes, and the long montage of other medically-aggravated conditions. Spraining his ankle was a death sentence for Shane Geiger. We were not given much opportunity to get close to him before his life was lost. Shane was an up-and-coming member of our Sarah's elite Web Team (network engineering) for Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth during the period that she worked for them. It appears that he was previously an honorary staff member of Prison Planet, and his pointed questions at an official governmental press conference about the Trade Center attacks left one cronie almost running to escape. We watched the video wherein Shane left a N.I.S.T. representative stuttering and making a rapid departure. In this information war, we were proud to call him an ally. He was known for being a little bit paranoid, but in light of his bizarre death, his paranoia may have been justified.

The biggest mistake that Shane ever made was visiting a doctor about a sprained ankle. Most people would not expect for such a visit to become a fatal encounter. We are certain that Shane never expected to die from it. The whole fiasco began in July of 2011, while walking his dog. We do not know if the dog or Shane was more to blame, but on that fateful walk, Shane's ankle got sprained. For about a month, Shane waited for his ankle to heal itself, and for the swelling to subside. Shane was not satisfied with the slowness of progress during that month: meaning that he likely had a damaged nerve or there was another secondary injury at play. So he did something that is becoming increasingly dangerous in this era. He visited (or revisited) a doctor. After getting medical care, his sprained ankle suddenly turned into "blood clots". They will never admit what really happened.

The most astounding aspect is that his close family and friends never questioned any of this insanity. The level of brainwashing is astounding. What if we had given him a drug, and suddenly he died of "blood clots"? We'd be in prison now, and Shane would be undergoing a thorough autopsy for evidence of manslaughter or murder. The doctors are legally immune, and you can be sure that no investigation will ever take place. This is normal! This is routine! A young and healthy man is dead, and everybody is too afraid of looking crazy to question what really is crazy. Blood clots are not caused by sprained ankles, and they never have been. They are caused by the potassium-altering diuretic medications that are routinely given by doctors, and they were almost certainly giving him these drugs to reduce swelling. This class of drugs is documented to cause heart failure, but upon death it is called "blood clots"; to make it the victim's fault. That way, the doctors remain 'heroes'. You can't argue when you're dead, after all.

We are disturbed by the fact that we could have helped him, if only he had asked. With the right combination of anti-inflammatory herbs, healthy fats, joint-supporting supplementation, and nerve-supporting supplementation, we could have had him back to normal in a matter of days. Instead, he made the mistake of opting for 'real medicine', and the results speak for themselves. How many times does it have to be said before everyone realizes that the emperor has no clothes? We can promise that some of those who will witness his burial will soon thereafter mindlessly spew platitudes about "the miracles" of modern medicine before the dirt settles. It is sickening, and it is disrespectful to those who have been killed. There is little hope of history teaching us anything when the masses are so brainwashed that they cannot even see what is unfolding before their eyes.

Remember Shane Geiger, the next time that you are tempted to visit a doctor. Rest in peace our fallen comrade. We salute you.

 

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Louis Wolf
# Shane Geiger Louis Wolf 2011-08-07 20:43
As an amputee resulting from a blood clot in 2005, I write concerning the very untimely death of Shane Geiger.

I was much more fortunate that Shane. It's a very long story which I won't bore you with here, but suffice to say that I was lucky to receive very good medical treatment first during five operations at Resurrection Hospital in Chicago, then during four more operations here in Washington, DC at Georgetown University Hospital.

My surgeon here was Dr. Christopher Attinger - the world's foremost expert on what is known as "limb salvage" - meaning saving limbs rather than amputating them. He heads the hospital's Limb Clinic there.

If only Shane Geiger's family and/or friends could have known of Dr. Attinger or of the Limb Clinic, Shane would more than likely be alive today.

If anyone wishes to contact me about this, my contacts are: or 202-362-1718.


- Louis Wolf
Christopher Anderson
# JUST PLAIN FOOLISHNESS!!!! Christopher Anderson 2011-08-07 20:54
Excellent article like always Thomas. Absolute, pure, genuine evidence that allopathic medicine is dangerous. I mean, i know the majority of doctors have no clue what they are doing, but to turn a sprained ankle into death just takes the cake seriously. How can these people look at themselves in the morning? And who really knows how many other cases of this have happened but have just went unreported. This is ridiculous.
Jeffrey Hunter
# I do not trust doctors Jeffrey Hunter 2011-08-08 17:26
I have never trusted doctors, theu usually give you bad news and then take your money. I watched as my mother wilted away after a greedy doctor convinced her to have knee replacement so he could collect $8000 for Media Care. She never recovered from that operation and her health went down hill fast after that
Adam Geiger
# PLEASE Take This Article Down. Adam Geiger 2011-08-09 01:42
First Shane is my big brother, and I flew out to New York this week after his death. Reading articles like this that spew hate and misinformation are extremely hurtful to our family. I appreciate people trying to keep his memory, and ideals going. But please if you are going to state “facts” about my dear brother please have them correct.

#1. Shane’s first visit for any medical help was when the paramedics started CPR in his apartment. After his heart attack. He had not gone to a doctor. I have no idea where you got your information from but it is not true.

#2. A sprained ankle for Shane turned into around one month with very limited activity. As anyone with any knowledge knows, sitting for prolonged periods of time with little to no activity, along with a swollen injured lower extremity is a prime candidate for a blood clot. If you knew my brother, witch I know you did not. He loved to spend hours on his computer or at a chess board. He also came up with cleaver ways to avoid having to leave his apartment after the injury, like fishing for food from his apartment window.

#3. You really think we have not questioned this? Really? Are you fricking kidding me? My only brother DIES and you don’t think we have enough intelligence to question it? Really?

#4. Shane is undergoing a through autopsy. Not because it was a suspicious (i.e. criminal) death. Because he was 40, and healthy 40 year olds don’t just drop dead. As much as I love him, he was not healthy. I can name off 3 conditions he was experiencing, but I will not because it is no matter to you. I will say that a blood clot was not ALL that killed him.

#5. So I am an EMT with 10 years experience. I know enough to read a medical chart as well as having competent conversations with medical professionals. I asked the questions, I am not afraid. This runs in our Geiger blood. We are not nor will we ever be afraid to question. I was at his bed side seeking the truth. WHERE THE HELL WERE YOU!

#6. I will take your bet, and everything that you own. They were giving him NOTHING. He was however self medicating with ibuprofen. I know this because I had sprained my ankle 2 days before he did and he emailed me to offer advice on what he was doing.

#7. I know this plea to remove my brother’s name from this fear mongering post will fall on deaf ears. To me this post soils a great mans legacy. My brother worked hard and for years to find the truth of 911 and many other things. That is the way he should be remembered. Unfortunately this post will show up instead.

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT REMEMBER SHANE AND THINK TO FEAR A DOCTOR.

Remember my brother the way he would have wanted. To question everything and not to listen to people who give you their side and expect you to believe it is true like Mr. Corriher is. Check your facts. That is what Shane would have wanted. Just ask someone who knew him.

Adam Geiger
Christopher Anderson
# Sorry as well... Christopher Anderson 2011-08-09 16:18
I'm sorry for your loss as well...but like Thomas say....and the majority of us that follow him and Sarah agree...DOCTORS ARE MURDERERS!!!! They poison people for profit, they misdiagnose conditions the majority of the time, and most of them follow the status quo for patients and then they turn around and use alternative methods for them and their families health. We all know somebody whose life has been destroyed by chemo, pharmaceuticals, etc. etc., but do not blame the one person who actually calls out the real reason for your brother died. CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE DOES NOT WORK!!! NOBODY SHOULD EVER PLACE THEIR TRUST, HEALTH, OR LIVES IN THE MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT UNLESS YOU HAVE BEEN IN A MAJOR ACCIDENT DUE TO EXTERNAL CIRCUMSTANCES!!!
Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)
# Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor) 2011-08-09 16:19
I knew that Shane's family would have the biggest problem with what we have written, but the true reason for the disagreements are psychological instead of factual. For example, Shane wasn't killed by bed rest, and all the certifications from "experts" in the world won't change that self-evident fact. We know that you and your family are in great pain, so we do not wish to fight or dispute you. We do not wish to cause anymore pain, but we will neither be silenced about a murder. As Dr. Carl G. Jung once noted, the core of all neurotic behaviors is the avoidance of pain (brought by honest assessment).

If you must convince yourself that your brother killed himself by sprained ankle, aspirin, being overweight, brushing his teeth too often, using deodorant, or whatever other rationalizations that you can muster to avoid the obvious, and to make yourself feel better about what happened, then so be it. Deep down you know the truth, and I suspect it is going to eat you alive until you honestly confront it.

If Shane could speak for himself, I feel certain that he would not say he killed himself with "self-medication" on ibuprofen. I honestly feel that you do him dishonor by putting those words into his mouth. We will not tolerate blaming the victim (to make yourself look better), and you should be deeply ashamed of yourself. It is what we have come to expect from the medical community -- like "blood clots".
Friend of Geiger
# Friend of Geiger Friend of Geiger 2011-08-09 17:33
In the last year and a half i have not been close to Geiger (Adam that is). But for the previous 3 years, i had...he was definitely one of my best friends. I can tell you don't know much about the Geiger's from Nebraska. My friend, Adam, Shane's little brother, is anything but afraid to qusetion anything, or go against the grain, or against the norm. Hell, sometimes he does it for sport. From the dangers of Walmart to his great patriotism...what Geiger thinks (adam) everyone knows, and he doens't give a damn who thinks otherwise. So my question to you is the obvious...do you know for sure that none of this family is questioning any of it? I don't know, maybe you do know for sure. If they are choosing to question or not to question, it's their own PRIVATE family right. Also, neither doctors nor medicine are perfect. And you may not know it *sarcasm*, but the human body is an awesome yet unpredictible being. What may cause one side effect in one person, may cause a totally different one in another. And don't think the Geiger's are any stranger to this whatsoever. They are quite familiar with it. Shane & Adam's mom passed a few years ago from cancer and another close family member has been battling an illness in which she has been hospitalized several times and coincidence that sometimes they are because of complications of medications not acting the way they have before or the way they should. Not because the doctors are to blame, but because the human body creates it's own spiderweb at times. Think what you want, but leave the family out of it. They are people too, even if you do not know them, and they have lost someone great to their heart, thank you.
Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)
# Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor) 2011-08-09 19:02
What's amazing is that your attempts to silence us made our points better than we could have. I'm not sure if I should thank you, or not.
Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
# Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher) 2011-08-09 19:18
I was a friend and colleague of Shane, and I think he would be disgusted by some of the excuses made to explain away his death. I still have an e-mail from him expressing that he was never close to family. From these comments, I am quickly coming to understand why.

His self-medication probably extended his life, and it was not the blood-thinning ibuprofen that gave him blood clots.
Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)
# Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor) 2011-08-09 19:15
I so agree. His family clearly was unworthy of Shane. I know the feeling, so does Sarah, and many of you out there. A prophet is always hated in his own country.
Chip Parker
# Wow Chip Parker 2011-08-11 11:49
I think you all should be ashamed for your bizarre and completely uneducated subjective claims in these comments.

Shane was a good friend to me, and a great colleague. He technically died a week ago. Your lack of tact in this article (if you can call it that) is pathetic. Have the words "too soon" ever been said to you.

Go ahead, feed your egos, and lay out your crack pot conspiracies for how a natural type of death had some "medical agenda". It's bullocks; stop feeding your egos with this BS.

Studies have show that up to 12% of blood clot patients came as a result of minor leg injuries. This was a sad, unfortunate, mediacl issue that resulted in us losing a good friend, and great person.

Why don't you stop trying to come up with answers for it by blaming the medical community, stop blaming a family you don't know and who is still in mourning, and start acting like compassionate human beings by remembering and thinking of Shane.

I can't say it better then Duane: Please remove this worthless bit of propaganda from your site out of respect for the deceased.

Otherwise, you may find your site anomynously having some lulz problems...
Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)
# Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor) 2011-08-11 14:24
You would not be calling us crack pot conspiracy theorists if you really were a friend of Shane. He called people like us 'truthers'. Our Sarah did actually know Shane, and would never have called him a conspiracy theorist either, as you and the rest of your sock puppets likely did. We're really getting a good feel for the family here, as their repeated attempts to glorify themselves, at the expense of their dead member, by implying that Shane killed himself through laziness (not moving for too long). You people are disgusting, and from what I know of Shane, he agreed.

"Studies have show[n] that up to 12% of blood clot patients came as a result of minor leg injuries."

Could you cite any cases where this actually happened to somebody who was not being "helped" by modern medicine? One case shouldn't be hard for you to list, right? Likewise, could you name a single case of this happening to anyone who was being treated with any alternative therapy? Don't cheat by saying 'blood letting' because that was the establishment's technique, and its not modern. That's how they used to "save lives", by the way.

I must have bulls-eyed my prediction of what they prescribed to Shane, didn't I? I notice that you guys have been carefully avoiding that, while incredibly trying to accuse me of being the manipulator. It's just too rich.

If you cannot win based on the facts, then you should continue pouting and making childish threats. We make a habit of taking on the establishment and the government, so don't believe for one moment that you could hope to frighten us.

Have a nice day.
Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
# Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher) 2011-08-11 16:20
This reminds me of an episode of South Park, in which the kids were complaining that the doctors were killing Kenny. The doctors replied, "No, we're allowing him to die".
Christopher Anderson
# Christopher Anderson 2011-08-12 19:23
One word describes Shane's "FAMILY"...ignorant!!!! You people need to seriously understand what is going around you. This is not a conspiracy...its whats really happening!!!! HOW DOES A REASONABLE PERSON REALLY BELIEVE THAT IMMOBILITY WILL CAUSE DEATH?
Kathleen Scott
# I am glad this post is still here. Kathleen Scott 2013-08-01 11:10
How timely for me to reread this again. I sprained my ankle almost 3 months ago, and because it was not healing I went to the doctor (sports medicine specialist). He examined my ankle, pushing, pulling and twisting it in different directions.

Diagnosis; It should not move that way, and I have torn something that cannot be fixed with surgery.

Results of the exam; I am right back to the beginning of when I first sprained my ankle. I have pain right up to the knee, and it is locking up on me again. So the healing that had taken place was undone.

The body has and uncanny desire/ability to heal itself. I only iced and stayed of my ankle for the first 2 days. I think I shall look into getting a support of some kind to help with the healing. Thank God they can't do surgery.
Nicole Binns
# Nicole Binns 2014-03-03 19:38
I think sometimes people just call whichever doctor is easiest to reach - whoever is in the phone book. When they make the decision to call a doctor, it's done on impulse, and they're in a hurry to just do it. So they call whoever is easiest to call, and walk down the pathway of least resistance, because they are panicking and in a hurry. Alternative medicine practitioners are not allowed to advertise themselves in a loud, public, visible way, or set up highly visible offices that are easy to see, easy to call, and easy to walk into. Alternative medical practitioners cannot set up large, brightly lit, highly visible hospitals that you see every day when you drive by them in the car. Because alternative medicine is less visible, it's not who you think of in a sudden impulse decision when you decide you need to call the doctor this instant. And people's lives are so busy and so stressed that they barely have time to research things or think about decisions or put any effort into any unusual projects. That's why people go to mainstream doctors even when they know about alternative medicine.

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