6 Days After 8 Vaccines “SIDS” Claims The Life Of Another Healthy Infant
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Raja-Nee Keys awoke to the worst nightmare a mother can imagine: finding her two and a half month old baby boy lifeless six days after he was vaccinated. When the doctors and coroners cannot explain why a healthy baby dies, they label it “SIDS” (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) – and halt the investigation there in most cases. Except we all know that perfectly healthy infants do not just suddenly die of a “mysterious” reason following vaccination.
Raja-Nee is a new member of the Stop Mandatory Vaccination FaceBook group and she reached out in a desperate plea for answers and resources following Kiah’s death. She is not alone in her grief and unfortunately several families share her painful experience. Read Raja-Nee’s devastating story and Q&A below.
Raja-Nee: Zedikiah was born September 27th, 2018 in Denver, Colorado. Despite pregnancy complications, Zedikiah was born healthy weighing 5 pounds, 15.5 ounces. He passed all of his newborn screenings and attended all of his appointments. Zedikiah was perfectly healthy. All medical records we have obtained have stated so.
We took Kiah to his two month well-child check up on December 10th where he weighed in at 9 pounds, 13.2 ounces and still perfectly healthy. Kiah received his two month vaccinations [Rotavirus, pentavalent (2.0ml); Pnuemococcal Conjugate (PCV 13) (0.5ml); DTAP–HIB–IPV (0.5ml) (it was documented three times on his online portal, but the VAERS report and his printed records state once); HepB – pediatric (0.5ml)]. Zedikiah was fussy as most infants are after vaccinations. Over the days he appeared to be fine. We noticed he slept a bit more and hadn’t pooped since the shots, but we just thought exhaustion and constipation.
On December 15th, we put Zedikiah to bed at 9:00 p.m. We fed him around 7:00 p.m. He was burped and he spit up quite a bit, but seemed a bit normal after a feeding. He was changed and stayed up to play a bit. We checked on Zedikiah around 1:00 a.m. where he was alive and breathing. Zedikiah slept on his stomach. He would not fall asleep on his back and would not stay asleep if placed on his back. Kiah usually woke up for a feeding around 3:00 a.m. every morning, but he did not wake. I looked over at him sometime in the night and he appeared to be sleeping. His head was turned the other way so I did not see his face. At 7:30 a.m., my alarm for work went off. I picked Kiah up for his morning bottle as I always do and he was stiff, cold, and blue. He had foam around his mouth as well. I screamed. His father awoke and we immediately called 911. He was taken to the hospital and was pronounced dead. The coroner called it Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
I do not want to leave this out of the story: the father and I consume marijuana for medicinal purposes. We believe it is a healer. I work in a dispensary and hold my M.E.D. badge. Medical and recreational use of marijuana is legal in our state. We do not consume around our children and follow laws when it comes to M.E.D. (Marijuana Enforcement Department) regulations. I believe the medical examiner/coroner is looking at our consumption as a reason that Kiah passed — although we were NOT under the influence. Before his vaccines, Kiah was starting to coo; he was so observant, so awake. After his shots, he seemed himself, just a bit more tired.
The doctors did file a VAERS report, but I will be filing an additional one to make sure it is done. We have contacted lawyers and one has reached out to us.
We are waiting to receive the autopsy and toxicology reports which could take another 5-7 weeks. The coroner said they cannot perform the additional tests and that vaccines cannot be the cause! We have gotten his medical records from his doctor and we have received his hospital records from his birth.
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Q&A with Raja-Nee:
Q: Did Kiah receive any vaccinations at birth, and if so, which ones?
Raja-Nee: Kiah did receive a vaccination at birth. It is documented that he received a Hepatitis B vaccine pediatric 3-dose IM on 09/27/2018. That is the only vaccination received and documented.
Q: Reflecting back, did you notice if he had any adverse reactions or unusual symptoms to his 2-month vaccines?
Raja-Nee: Looking back, thinking to the week that we took Christmas photos to the days after his vaccines, the only thing I remember is just him being extremely sleepy. He hadn’t had a poopy diaper since he had his shots, but we didn’t think anything of it. He slept most of the time and when he was awake he would just look around, but he has always been observant.
Q: Your screenshots of his medical records and printed vaccination record from December 10th indicate he received 8 total vaccines. The screenshots show three doses of that DTAP-HIB-IPV combo. He didn’t receive three doses of the DTAP/HIB/IPV by mistake in that visit? Do you know if it was a single shot with all 6 of those vaccines? Or three separate shots, one of the DTAP, one of HIB, one of IPV?
Raja-Nee: Yes, all eight of those vaccines were given at his two-month visit on 12/10/2018. I am not sure if he received 3 doses of the combo. I remember him getting 3 shots. Two in one leg, one in the other, and then his oral. I am not sure if it was a single shot with all six or one of each. I have reached out to the doctor and have asked her why it was documented three times. I pray they did not mix up vaccines and accidental give him the wrong one twice. I am waiting to hear back from the doctor as far as his immunization documentation. I have attached a copy of the printed copy they gave me from that visit.
Q: When did you suspect that vaccines may be a contributing factor to Ziah’s death?
Raja-Nee: We didn’t suspect the vaccines until my step dad’s sister asked if he had recently been immunized. My mom had originally told her no because she didn’t know he had just went, so she never brought it up to me at first. Then she just asked me out of the blue and I told her “Yes, 6 days before he passed” and she started sending me links of vaccine related SIDS cases and told me to dig deeper. That when we started reaching out and asking questions.
Q: What is your doctor’s opinion of your case?
Raja-Nee: I honestly do not know the doctor’s opinion. The last time I spoke with her she seemed a bit annoyed, but it could be because I called her on a Saturday! She said she filed the VAERS report on Friday and would get me the confirmation on Monday – so we will see if she is actually cooperating.
Q: Did your doctor provide full informed consent educating you about the risks, including death, benefits, and informing you of a choice? Were you aware of how dangerous vaccines and multiple doses could be?
Raja-Nee: When I think back, If I recall correctly, I only remember being asked if he is being vaccinated. I told them yes and she told me told me what vaccinations he would be getting and that the lady would be in to give them to him. I don’t remember signing a paper. I don’t remember getting a handout of the vaccine. I am going to look for his paperwork she gave me that day and see if any of that was given to me. I know for a fact, I was not verbally informed of the risks or the fact that we had a choice. I always thought vaccines were something we had to do. In order for my kids to attend anything (school), they have to be vaccinated. I was not aware of the dangers of vaccines or the dangers of multiple doses. A part of me wishes I would have thought about this long ago.
Q: What information or additional resources do you need?
Raja-Nee: Right now, anything regarding what we need to do as far as steps to take with the coroner, the doctor, the attorneys, what all we need to demand, and what all we need to do! We have gotten plenty of resources and I haven’t gotten to look through all of them, but more always helps!
Q: What advice do you have for parents?
Raja-Nee: My advice to parents is to do your research. Do your research before you decide to give your child vaccinations. I can’t tell you how to raise your child or what to do with you child, but I would highly recommend weighing the pros and cons of vaccinated and non vaccinated, look into the vaccines we are to receive as babies, and growing up, research them, and then make your decision.
Q: What do you wish you knew prior to Ziah’s 2-month old visit? What unanswered questions do you have?
Raja-Nee: I wish I knew more about vaccines. I wish I was aware of the many cases of vaccine related SIDS. I have so many unanswered questions. Why is this okay? What can be done to end this all? How do we win? These are all questions I probably won’t get answers to.
Q: What was your opinion of vaccines, their safety, their purpose, etc. before Ziah’s horrific experience?
Raja-Nee: I never really had an opinion of vaccines. As an adult, I have stopped getting them because I figured I don’t need them. I had all my shots growing up. I don’t get why we ever needed them anyways. But I always thought as a kid you needed them. It was the only way your kid could go to school. I thought all unvaccinated children had to be homeschooled and I didn’t and don’t have the means for that. No one ever told me they were bad for you. I used to see people talk bad about parents that didn’t vaccinate, so I thought it was something we were supposed to do.
Q: Sounds like you have a case for “vaccine court” and are pursuing Kiah’s case with a lawyer.
Raja-Nee: I believe we do have a case. Kiah’s dad and I were just talking about the day we found Kiah. He had foamed out of his mouth like he had a seizure. The hospital where he was taken told us that it was milk, but it didn’t make sense because it was 6 hours or more between when he last ate and when he passed. He had already been asleep for 4 hours by the time we went to bed, and he hadn’t spit up or anything, and that was 6 hours from when he last ate.
He was perfectly fine when we went to sleep. I believe he had a seizure in his sleep and it was caused by the vaccines. We have been in touch with a lawyer. We are waiting for the autopsy and toxicology reports to come back before we can move forward with anything.
Q: Do you have other children, if so, what are their ages? Will you continue vaccinating your other children? Why or why not?
Raja-Nee: Yes. We have 3 other children ages 7, 5, and 2. We will not continue to vaccinate. After what happened to Kiah and reading all of the many stories around the world, I will not risk losing another one of my babies. I will not inject them with that poison. Before there was medicine, there was natural healing. Medicine was man made. We will be looking into natural cures and remedies.
Q: I have seen the outpouring of support that has flooded your page – and it warms my heart. If anyone has expressed doubt or questions what happened, and why Ziah passed, what is your response to them?
Raja-Nee: So far I have only encountered or at least noticed two comments from two people. One of them messaged me and told me it was my fault and I should have read into vaccinations and the other told me there was no way, — the CDC has stated it’s not possible, SIDS is real.
What would I say to them and anyone else? Nothing was my fault. I did what I have always known and I truly do not care to hear or listen to anyone pointing fingers. I know now what I didn’t and will use it to speak for our son. As for the other person, I would just simply say I don’t believe s*** the government tells me. I never have.
If you were paid the right amount of money, would you lie to the world? Right now you’re doing it for free. Everyone is entitled to their own choices, their own thoughts, etc. I honestly don’t care what YOU believe. This is MY son, MY child that I lost. MY child that we don’t get to kiss at night and tuck to bed. MY child that I don’t get to tell I love him. We don’t get to see him grow up. We didn’t get to hear his first words, see his first steps. We didn’t get to see our son become a man. So by all means, if you don’t believe that something like this can happen, then I am so sorry you are blinded by the lies of the government and I wish you all be best during your journey of life. I pray you or anyone you love or know never experiences something like this because then it will be too late.
Q: Is there anything else you’d like to share?
Raja-Nee: We just want answers for Zedikiah. He was so happy, so healthy, and so perfect, and he was ripped from our arms. We feel like we failed to protect our son when that wasn’t it at all. We will get answers and justice for Kiah. We don’t care about the amount of money or time. It won’t bring him back, but it will bring him the notice he deserves. MY BABY IS SOMEBODY.
In loving memory of Zedikiah Xavier Issa Randolph
September 27 – December 16, 2018
We sincerely thank Raja-Nee for eagerly sharing her story with us so soon after her tragic loss. Raja-Nee hopes to raise awareness with her son’s story. Visit Kiah’s obituary and contribute to the fundraising page that was set up to help cover the independent autopsy for her son.
SIDS cases peak at the 2, 4, 6, and 12 month milestones, surrounding the vaccination schedule. Not all cases of SIDS are attributed to vaccine related deaths, but evidence suggests a link exists and it’s not just coincidental or anecdotal. The death certificates will even list “SIDS” as a cover up, instead of vaccines – even when vaccines have been found to be the cause later documented in court. An article from August 2017, “Court Rules Vaccines Contribute to and Cause SIDS,” explores this connection further.