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Denver police officer who lost ability to walk after receiving a COVID jab was hospitalized with possible stroke

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Denver police officer was hospitalized with symptoms of a stroke after he had already lost an ability to walk following his anti-COVID vaccination.

Denver Officer Jose Martinez received his first jab of COVID-19 vaccine on August 22, 2021. Shortly after that he started feeling bad and his health condition only worsened. After the jab he developed severe tremors and pain in the legs that forced his insomnia. Eventually he was not able to walk.

Now Martinez can’t speak, the officer suffered the loss of mental clarity, numbness, unsteadiness, etc.

Gateway Pundit received a mail from Martinez’s attorney, Randy Corporon.

“I just hung up with Jose and he has authorized me to share this information.  He believes sharing his story is more important than his medical privacy.”

“I am uncertain about exact times but, of course, will get medical records and documentation as we move forward.”

“I believe it was Friday, while at a doctor’s appointment, that Jose experienced symptoms of a stroke, loss of speech, loss of mental clarity, numbness, unsteadiness, etc.  He was hospitalized and kept overnight.  Testing did NOT verify a stroke but, as a result, instead of being told that he can schedule with a neurologist in 6 months or so, they are scheduling him with a neurologist to be seen tomorrow.  We will know the time when they call tomorrow.”

Author: Usa Really