The phrase “died suddenly” may be getting replaced with “died after a short illness.” In journalist circles, it’s a phrase that has been used when the actual cause of death is intended to be kept private. The latest famous person to die after a short illness is professional golfer Barry Lane who died this week at the age of 62.
According to Daily Mail:
- Former Ryder Cup player Barry Lane has died aged 62 after a short illness
- Lane was part of Bernard Gallacher’s 1993 team that lost to the USA at The Belfry
- Lane was also a five-time winner of the DP World Tour where he made 693 starts
- The Legends Tour chairman said: ‘This is a very sad day for all at Legends Tour.’
As we normally do with unexplained deaths, we ask now if he died from the Covid-19 “vaccines.” People dying suddenly without further explanation is becoming more and more common and corporate media refuses to mention the words “Covid” or “vaccine” whenever these deaths are reported.