The COVID World post date: August 19th, 2021
WATERFORD, IRELAND – Roy Butler, a 23-year-old soccer player, has died following a “short illness” which appears to be the result of the J&J COVID-19 vaccine. Butler, a former player for Waterford FC, died at the young age of 23 with sources close to his family claiming that he had just received the vaccine on Friday, August 13th. He passed away just four days later on Tuesday, August 17th despite having no known health issues prior to his sudden death.
Several social media posts from family members and others in contact with his family appeared after Roy’s passing:
Roy’s aunt, Marian Harte, posted the following tweets:
Alex Berenson, an American writer, and former New York Times reporter reacted to one of the tweets:
In tributes paid online, Butler has been described as a true gentleman, a ‘superb young lad’, and a great footballer.
Waterford FC tweeted:
“All at Waterford FC wish to pass its condolences to Roy’s family, friends, and club and teammates. May he rest in peace.”
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