After the “Alba Quintana Roo” protocol was issued due to the disappearance of Nekendra Karen Kingston, a 49-year-old woman from the United States known for being a COVID-19 vaccine skeptic and a former employee of Pfizer, a new development has emerged. A page has surfaced where she offers apologies for the search efforts she prompted by making contact again.
Following the worldwide spread of the news that a critic of COVID-19 vaccines, who was also reportedly a former employee of the pharmaceutical company Pfizer, had disappeared in Playa del Carmen on August 9th while staying at the Barceló hotel in the Riviera Maya, the American woman issued a statement on the website https://karenkingston.substack.com/. The statement, titled “The Kingston Report” Apologies and Reconciliation, seeks forgiveness from her friends and family for the concern and distress she caused during these days of silence when she did not communicate with them.
“From the bottom of my heart and soul, I want to thank all of you who have prayed for me and my family. Your prayers have comforted me and provided protection for me and my family,” the American woman is quoted on the page she published on August 20th, which has garnered over a million views.
Ron Kuchler, Karen Kingston’s brother, informed a media outlet that she is well and not missing.
The news of Nekendra Karen Kingston’s disappearance garnered attention in Los Angeles media and other states in the United States due to her criticism of COVID-19 vaccines. She had asserted to presenter Stew Peters that Pfizer’s vaccine contained graphene oxide, causing a significant stir among those against coronavirus vaccinations.
It’s worth noting that Karen Kingston’s statements against the Pfizer vaccine, in which she accused the company of committing global genocide, can be heard on TikTok and in an audio interview conducted by Stew Peters and uploaded to the “ivoox” platform.
In her most recent post, Nekendra Karen Kingston claimed that her statements against COVID-19 vaccination led to her being placed on a “target list” by the United States government. This supposedly happened after she met Ernest Luque, who claimed to be a former Pentagon employee and FBI agent.
Given this back-and-forth involving the vaccine skeptic, this media outlet sought information about Nekendra Karen Kingston during the days when she was allegedly “missing.” Authorities from Public Security, the Specialized Group for Family and Gender Violence (Geavig), and the National and International Affairs Directorate of Solidaridad confirmed that they had not received any reports from the United States Consulate or any other authority regarding the whereabouts of the COVID-19 vaccine skeptic foreigner.