On June 30, 1980, 18-day-old Laura Woodcock died under strange circumstances at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. Following the unexpected death of little Laura, the number of infant deaths at the hospital became increasingly high and was estimated to be around 20 and 40 deaths in total. When 27-day-old Kevin Garnett died on March 12, 1981, an autopsy was finally ordered. The autopsy report concluded that the cause of death was due to a high amount of digoxin, a drug used to treat heart conditions. This ultimately led authorities to think that there must be a pattern behind the high death rates at the hospital. Thirteen days after Kevin’s death, nurse Susan Nelles (on the left) was arrested on suspicion of murdering several infants at the hospital. 24 deaths allegedly occured on Nelles working shifts and according to the personnel at the hospital, Nelles also made odd remarks and showed no compassion when another infant had died. Although the deaths stopped at the hospital after Nelles’ arrest, the charges against her were dropped due to the fact that Nelles had been swapping shifts with some of the other nurses at the time of the deaths, which means that Nelles had not been the only nurse who had access to the medication. The judge also noted Nelles’ eager personality and described her as an excellent nurse. Another suspect was Phyllis Trayner (on the right), who had been seen injecting the IV line of little Allana Miller with an unknown drug. She died in the following three hours. However, no charges were filed against Trayner since many questioned the reliability of the source and due to the lack of evidence. As for today, there’s a new theory which explains that the various death cases at the hospital occured due to the chemical compound MBT, something used for the fabrication of syringes the infants had been treated with. In autopsies, it can resemble digoxin. Nonetheless, the case still remains unsolved.
2017 is canceled. First it was L.joe from TEEN TOP. Then it was A-tom from Topp Dogg. Now its Kevin????? March just started and people are already leaving groups….. Hopefully the rest of 2017 is better
It’s amazing how the dark and gloomy Imperial March can be converted into something joyous, glorious, and uplifting like this.
This soundtrack actually carries a really deep meaning, let me elaborate:
As viewers, we are in a ‘meta’ position that we can see the evilness of the Empire.
However, what did the citizens of the Empire experience?
Some citizens are experiencing firsthand the oppression. But there ARE citizens who don’t experience that; in their eyes, the Empire stopped the wars, the Empire erected law & order. Most likely, the citizens in the Core Worlds.
To borrow/paraphrase the words someone once said (I think it’s either Filoni or Kinberg): The people don’t care; the trains run on time, there’s food on the table, there is peace, there is order, and this gang of magicians will no longer abuse their magic to start wars for their interest.
(Let’s think about it: The Jedi were cloistered in the Temple, seemingly detached from the rest of the world. “Home” for the Jedi is the Temple; they do not have houses and/or apartment units where they mingle with normal people. We can now understand how people can easily be swayed by the Empire’s propaganda machine, for they rarely have an interaction with Jedi unless there’s a problem. Thus, an equation was created.)
Track from Empire Day.
Kevin Kiner’s original tracks from Star Wars Rebels Season 1. All tracks are available to the public at starwars.com.
Whizzer convinces Kevin that he and Connor should totally come on a double date with Marv and Whizzer. Kevin doesnt know how to say no to his brother when he’s so excited. (idea for the double date by @whizzerbegs )
come talk to me about this AU if u want! or send me/tag/add ideas to the original post so that I can maybe come around to drawing them!