RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A group consisting of 11 attorneys from different countries and a judge from Portugal has opened a criminal investigation.
All available evidence of crimes against Humanity will be presented to a Grand Jury, in this case, civilians.
The criminal investigation is modeled after the United States Grand Jury proceedings and will be conducted by the people, through the people, and for the people. The group decided to investigate the system because no court was willing to hear the case.
This Grand Jury Investigation serves as a model legal proceeding to present to a jury (consisting of the citizens of the world) all available evidence of COVID-19 Crimes Against Humanity to date against “leaders, organizers, instigators and accomplices” who aided, abetted, or actively participated in the formulation and execution of a joint plan for a pandemic.
Crimes under investigation include all acts committed or omitted by a person with the intent to commit a crime. Crimes against humanity and all such criminal acts are condemned by the various communities of jurors worldwide.
A statement by the group said that the world’s governments have come under the controlling influence of corrupt and criminal power structures. They conspired to stage a pandemic that they had been planning for years.
To this end, they deliberately created mass panic through false statements of fact and a socially engineered psychological operation whose messages they conveyed through the corporate media.
This mass panic aimed to persuade the population to agree to the so-called “vaccinations,” which have been proven to be neither effective nor safe but extremely dangerous, even lethal. The economic, social, and health damage that these Crimes Against Humanity
The trial is expected to lead to the indictment of those guilty of these crimes against Humanity
The lawyers involved are
- Virginie de Araujo Recchia from France,
- Claire Deeks from New Zealand,
- Viviane Fischer from Germany,
- Reiner Füllmich from Germany,
- Ana Garner from the United States,
- Renate Holzeisen from Italy,
- Tony Nikolic from Australia,
- Dipali Ojha from India,
- Dexter L-J. Ryneveldt from South Africa,
- Deana Sacks from the United States,
- and Michael Swinwood from Canada.
- The judge is Rui Fonseca E. Castro from Portugal.
Watch the opening statements below:
You can watch the opening statements also here in English
You can watch the reopening statements also here in German