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From: Peter Heimlich <peter.heimlich@gmail.

com>
Subject: blogger inquiry
To: kim@makermarketing.com
Cc: Judy Clabes <judy@kyforward.com>, Carolyn.Cypret@education.ohio.gov,
Jessica.Fletcher@education.ky.gov
Date: Sun, 28 Jul 2019 16:52:02 -0400

Kim Sykes
Maker Marketing
655 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Dear Ms. Sykes,

This is me http://tinyurl.com/ych7o7dr

I'd appreciate your answers to some quick questions for a follow up I'm reporting on my blog re: my June
28 item, Cincinnati's insane Heimlich Heroes "first aid training" program is putting babies' lives at risk &
is being funded by a Northern Kentucky foundation; I've asked Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, the IRS & the KY
Attorney General to investigate http://tinyurl.com/yxhdvs6q

My Google News robot sent me this item in today's Northern Kentucky Tribune about $45,000 in grants
that recently were awarded to the Heimlich Heroes program http://tinyurl.com/y26wcprh

The italics below are from this related July 18 press release issue by your company (emphasis added)
http://tinyurl.com/yxhcfeeh 

1) Heimlich Heroes™ has trained and equipped more than 10,400 children across 34 schools in the Cincinnati and
Northern Kentucky region.

Would you please send me a list of the 34 schools?

2) Heimlich Heroes™, a non-profit program of the Deaconess Foundation which prepares and trains people to recognize
and respond to a choking emergency, has been awarded $45,000 in grant monies that will go towards continued
outreach within local schools throughout the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region.

What are the names of the school districts that have approved this pending outreach and on what dates did they grant approval?

3) Has the pending training program been approved by the OH and/or KY departments of education? If so, on what dates?

4) Would you please send me a copy of the training materials, both written and video, that will be used in the training described
in your press release?

5) Does the Heimlich Heroes program have a medical advisor? If so, what is her/his name?

6) What are the names of the licensed physicians, if any, who designed the training program?

7) Are any of the program's instructors certified first aid trainers? If so, what are their names? Would you please send me copies
of their most recent certifications?

8) When and where did program director Terri Huntington (quoted in your press release) most recently complete a certified
first aid training class? Would you please send me a copy of her certificate of completion?

9) On July 19, I e-mailed these questions to Ms. Huntington:

According to recent e-mails I received from the office of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine in response to my
June 5, 2019 inquiry http://tinyurl.com/y6myonkp the governor's Deputy Chief of Staff Michael
Murry phoned you and shared with you the thoroughly-documented concerns in my letter. That
is, your program is teaching the public to perform at least two unapproved, experimental medical
treatments in life-or-death emergencies that may seriously injure babies and others: the Heimlich
maneuver (abdominal thrusts) on choking infants and on unconscious choking victims.
1) As a result of Mr. Murry's call or for other reasons, does your program intend to make any
changes to your training program? If so, please explain.

2) Re: your participation in this expert panel about health inequities scheduled for tomorrow at
Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
https://twitter.com/cincylibrary/status/1150111152174710784 what are your qualifications as an
expert in this field? For example, what are your credentials, what articles on related subjects have
you published, etc?

I haven't received her reply so I don't know if she received my e-mail. Would you please ask Ms. Huntington
about that and let me know her response?

Big thanks for your time attention and I look forward to receiving your answers. If you can get those to me by this Wednesday,
July 31, that would be great. if you need more time, please advise. Any questions for me? Just ask.
Cheers,

Peter M. Heimlich
Peachtree Corners, GA 30096 USA
ph: (208)474-7283
e-mail: peter.heimlich@gmail.com
website: http://medfraud.info
blog: http://the-sidebar.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/medfraud_pmh
bio: http://tinyurl.com/ych7o7dr

cc:

Carolyn Cypret, Associate Director for Media Relations, Ohio Department of Education
Jessica Fletcher, Chief Communications Officer, Kentucky Department of Education
Judy Clabes, Northern Kentucky Tribune