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Teenage soldier who escorted the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II dies suddenly at Army barracks

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EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD soldier Jack Burnell-Williams, who escorted the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, died suddenly at the Hyde Park Army Barracks in Knightsbridge.

According to reports on Friday, September 30, teenage soldier Jack Burnell-Williams died suddenly and unexpectedly on Wednesday, September 28 in a death that is bizarrely ‘not being treated as suspicious’ by police.

So, the police and mainstream media can’t see the Covid ‘vaccination’ elephant in the room whilst the rest of the shocked and indignant world in the real world has no doubt at all why tens of thousands of young and healthy sportsmen and women are dropping dead of a previously unknown illness called ‘sudden death’. Bill Gates and Fauci will breathe another sigh of relief.

Ambulance crews were called to the barracks at around 3.48 pm according to local reports, however, despite the best efforts of paramedics, the teenager was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Trooper took part in the Queen’s funeral procession through central London last week. Picture: Alamy

His mother Laura posted on social media: ‘Never ever thought I would be saying this but we as a family are all heartbroken with the sudden passing of our wonderful son Jak Williams yesterday.’

A spokesperson for Metropolitan Police said: ‘An 18-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed.

Keep moving, nothing to see here. Keep moving, nothing to see here.’: ‘The death was unexpected; it has been investigated and ‘is not being treated as suspicious.’ Officers will assist with preparing a report for the coroner.’

Tributes flooded social media following the news of Jack’s sudden death.

He was found dead at Hyde Park Barracks in central London. Picture: Alamy

The Veterans’ Foundation on Facebook wrote on Saturday, October 1: ’Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Trooper Jack Burnell-Williams who has passed away aged 18. Paramedics were called to Hyde Park Barracks to assist but were unable to save him. At Her Majesty’s funeral, Jack guarded the late monarch’s coffin as it made its final journey – a role his family were very proud of. Rest in peace.’

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    • Every military man I have known is the opposite of a warmonger and, the few who experienced battle know firsthand how horrible and destructive war is. So, no, I disagree with your criticism of this young man who lost his life. Countries need a military. Just because the Oligarchs and the political class misuse the military, the individual soldier should not be condemned for the leader’s bad decision. As the old saying goes, ‘you don’t throw the baby out with the bath water.

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