The 77th holistic doctor murdered under bizarre circumstances was just found dead in her Arizona home—this time from an apparent murder-suicide, according to local police and media reports.

Worst of all, Dr. Annie Fairbanks, 39, who ran the independent practice Macrotherapy, passed away along with her husband Jason, 39, and their two children, aged 3-years-old and 9 months.

“These situations are always very sad,” said Sgt. Ben Hoster of the Scottsdale Police Department, “Right now, we’re just trying to find out why or who. We’ll get there.”

However, despite authorities’ apparent desire to learn the cause, they oddly began calling it a “murder suicide” within hours of it occurring.

“This is an isolated incident,” Hoster added, “We do not believe there are any outstanding suspects.”

Family, close friends, and clients of Annie said they have doubts about the official narrative being pushed by authorities, especially because of how quickly the possibility of additional suspects was delegitimized, according to Collective Evolution, who add:

“The family ran a health practice called Macrotherapy, which focused on natural and holistic healing.

“It’s unclear whether or not the practice was employing new or outside the box methods like GcMAF, but further investigations should tell us.

“GcMAF (Glycoprotein Macrophage Activating Factor) is a protein made by our body and is pretty much the ‘director’ of our immune system. Our immune system is our body’s defense system against viruses and other pathogens.

“As healthy persons we all produce thousands of cancer cells every day. When we are unhealthy, GcMAF production drops.

“If one is able to be injected with GcMAF, they can once again heal. GcMAF was linked to a number of holistic doctors that were showing up mysteriously dead over the past two years.”

Jason Fairbanks’ sister, Laura, only had positive things to say about him, describing a man who seemed unlikely to ever have “shot and killed his and children.”

Sgt. Hoster claimed that the married couple were enduring financial struggles, yet Laura always described Jason as a “protector”, saying:

“He loved his family so much. He wasn’t a bad person…I just wished he had asked for help. Jason could make people laugh in ways you never thought you could. He was an extraordinary big brother.”

Annie’s death follows a long list of mysterious holistic doctors murdered or found dead under mysterious circumstances.

If any new revelations surface in this case, we’ll keep you updated.


Sources: Collective Evolution AZ Central

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