Texas Sheriff Deputy Jason Jones Dies
Pray for the family of the brave COVID patient who sued a hospital for ivermectin
Update April 11 at 8 p.m. - Jason Jones died today. His wife Erin just told me. God rest his soul.
Dr. Mary Talley Bowden said her former patient’s road to recovery has been “bumpy and strenuous.”
I spoke to Jason’s devoted wife Erin, who asked for our prayers. I asked for specific prayer requests. “Just prayers for comfort and peace,” she replied.
My series on Jones began when the 48-year-old was forced into a hospital in Sept. 2021 because his COVID was serious. He spent seven months in Texas Health Huguley Hospital and a rehab center. For four of those months, he was on a ventilator — against his wishes — and in a medically-induced coma.
You read in this story about how Dr. Bowden tried to get him ivermectin. The hospital called the police on the nurse who came to administer the medication. The Joneses lost their lawsuit against the hospital.
Erin secretly applied topical ivermectin on Jason in the hospital.
Deputy Jones was released with great fanfare last May, but he never made a full recovery.
The Joneses have six children. Jason is the sole provider. He worked in the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office.
Please pray for comfort and peace for Jason, Erin and their children in this awful time of pain and loss.
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