According to a disturbing series of live-streams released on Facebook by Andy Devine and Neelu Berry yesterday, Edward W. Ellis has been diagnosed with kidney failure, but rather than accept the dialysis needed to keep him alive, he and Neelu are now on the run from the hospital.
In the following video, Devine plays a recording of Ellis’ and Berry’s visit to the hospital, where the Clinical Lead in Kidney Services tries to reason with Ellis about his kidney failure.
In the video, the doctor can be heard saying that he’s received correspondence from Ellis’ physician as well as from the consultant he saw in March 2019.
“Edward does have kidney failure”, the doctor says. “His kidney function is less than 10% of what it should be. We need to think about starting dialysis treatment….This is his creatinine level. His creatinine level today is 791”, up from 686 in March. “A normal level in someone like Edward would be less than 90”.
The doctor says he’d like to admit Ellis to hospital, in order to review the logistics of starting dialysis treatment, but Ellis says he “needs to give priority to communications with the Lord Bishops”. Uh, sure.
“What you need to know”, Ellis says, “Is that there are many doctors who are subject to Disclosure Restraint Frauds”.
Although it’s difficult to hear, at this point the doctor seems to suggest that a mental health assessment might be in order. [Oh, really?—Ed.]
This is when the shit hits the fan.
Ellis starts loudly accusing the doctor of “taking crime proceeds and…using them for medical purposes”, and “enforcing a mental health fraud, which itself was crime proceeds. That ends”.
The doctor says he’s going to get someone else into the room, at which point Neelu and Ellis exit, stage left. They leave the hospital, with the doctor following and attempting to prevent them from leaving.
According to a follow-up video from Neelu, she and Ellis were on the run in Romford, and are currently “going underground” to avoid “kidnap” due to a “mental health fraud”:
If Ellis’ kidney condition is as dire as the doctor made them out to be, this is ill-advised at best, and potentially deadly at worst. Ironically, their actions bear out the need for that mental health assessment.