(L.A.) Grace Barton Bourassa, 18, Died at a Residence 🥕
Case Number: 2023-07000
Los Angeles County is reporting the death of an 18-year-old White/Caucasian female that occurred at her residence.
The coroner’s office has identified the woman as Grace Barton Bourassa.
Manner of Death: Suicide Cause of Death: Probable Effects of Sodium Nitrite
On February 7, the medical examiner changed their initial conclusion that this death was a suicide and entered the following into record:
Manner of Death: Natural
Cause of Death: Sudden Cardiac Dysfunction, Etiology Not Established
RIP GRACE BARTON BOURASSA (July 12, 2004 – June 12, 2023)
Formal pronouncement of death was made on Monday at 6:14 p.m.
To recap, on September 4, the Department of Medical Examiner had issued their determination that this was a suicide. At the time we said the following:
We do not know why the adjective “probable” was used by the medical examiner. If a tox panel had been done, the results should have indicated whether or not sodium nitrite was present in the samples. If not for sodium nitrite, what else could have caused the death?
The government investigator assigned to this case was Deanne Morrell, the pathologist Dr. Martina Kennedy.
We do not know if the decedent was injected with synthetic mRNA.
CARDIAC GENETIC VARIANT OF UNCERTAIN SIGNIFICANCE, RYR2 C.1973A>G (P.ASN658SER)