RIP Dr.Rashid Buttar 1966-2023
I received the following email
The Buttar Family is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Rashid A. Buttar, D.O.
Dr. Buttar passed away on May 18th, 2023, at his home, while spending time with his family.
Dr. Buttar attended Washington University and graduated with a double major in Biology and Theology. He then went on to earn a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa.
Dr. Buttar was a retired Major in the US Army. He served with the 5th Special Forces group and the 101st Airborne Division.
He is survived by his three loving children, Sara, (30) Abie, (24) and Rahan (18).
Service arrangements have not yet been made. The family intends to have a private service. The family requests privacy at this time and appreciates your continued support and prayers.
We lost a try warrior for health freedom this week. I was honored to know Rashid and have long admired his courage. Rest In Peace my friend. My prayers for you and your family. #RIP #MedicalFreedom #HealthFreedom #Hero #Warrior #courage https://t.co/0tXm98qtMQ
— Tom Renz (@RenzTom) May 20, 2023
To the news of Rashid Buttar’s passing, it is with deep sympathy & shock that I express my gratitude for his wisdom, strength & courage as he fought the darkness on the front lines long before the Plandemic!
Our recent discussion:https://t.co/iJdnPbP0lx#truth #news #hero
— Judy A. Mikovits PhD (@DrJudyAMikovits) May 20, 2023
Dr Judy Mikovits & Dr Rashid Buttar One on One – Advanced Medicine Conference Preview
From Billy te Kahika
I am so deeply saddened to hear the news that my friend who inspired me early on in the fight for freedom has passed away.
I spoke with Rashid just a few days ago and he was fine and in good spirits so I don’t know what has happened.
He said that he was ‘potentially harmed’ by something in October last year but survived it. This will be devastating to his whanau.
Rashid had a fondness for New Zealand owning a property in Northland and having permanent residency and helped me a great deal. He is in our documentary which was a great honour.
He will be very sadly missed by us all.
Moe mai rā e te rangatira, Moe mai rā:.
2 thoughts on “RIP Dr.Rashid Buttar 1966-2023”
He was saying words of caution, showing evidence from his practice.
In 2021, right after the roll-out. He seemed honest and caring.
I didn’t know he was ill.
More to come on this.