Denise Warriner is on a mission to find justice for her sister’s awful, 2020 death. Recently released CCTV footage shows 43-year-old Stephanie Warriner sitting in a wheelchair in a Canadian hospital. Warriner, who suffered from COPD, lowered her COVID mask because she was struggling to breathe. A horrific confrontation then occurred between Warriner and several hospital security guards. The men then move her seemingly lifeless body to another area of the hospital. She died two weeks later.
Denise, who for THREE YEARS has been urging Canadian officials to try those responsible for her sister’s passing, joins Glenn to detail her efforts and the lack of action from Canada she’s seen as a result. Plus, she explains how YOU can get involved…
Prior to Denise's on-air interview, Glenn's producer contacted Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Ontario Attorney General Doug Downey, and University Health Network CEO Dr. Kevin Smith. They inquired what was being done regarding Stephanie's death, including the security guard who dragged Stephanie down the hospital hallway, and the security guard who altered the security cameras to avoid capturing the confrontation. Their responses were disappointing, to say the least.
Premier Ford's office did not respond.
The University Health Network, the hospital chain where Stephanie's death occurred, responded, "UHN will not comment on a court's decision nor on matters of individual employment or discipline." The response indicates that the hospital network won't do anything proactive regarding the staff responsible for Stephanie's death.
Email correspondance between Atorney General Doug Downey's office and Glenn's producerCourtesy of "The Blaze"
When The Blaze reached out to Ontario's Attorney General, Doug Downey, his office essentially "wiped their hands" of any responsibility regarding Stephanie's death:
Email correspondance between Atorney General Doug Downey's office and Glenn's producer
As Glenn said, the response is simply from a "weasel" who wants to avert any responsibility from his office.
Though these offices attempt to divert responsibility, Glenn puts it simply: Stephanie Warriner was "killed for improper mask wear..." in a hospital, where she should have received treatment for her underlying condition. Instead, she was pinned against the wall, dragged through the hallway, and died due to lack of treatment. Why? Because she removed her mask due to trouble breathing.
We have to hold these parties responsible.