Lawyers from several countries have submitted new evidence to the International Criminal Court (ICC), including affidavits from leading experts such as Professor Luc A. Montagnier, accusing governments around the world and their advisers of involvement in genocide, crimes against humanity, and violations of the Nuremberg Code.
A 27-page “request for investigation”
Attorneys Melinda C. Mayne and Kaira S. McCallum submitted a 27-page “Request for Inquiry” to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague in April 2021, accusing the British government and its advisers of being involved in crimes against humanity on behalf of Covid-19.
On April 28, 2021, the two received a formal confirmation from the ICC and a case number – “141/21.” Since then, the two have been gathering new evidence for their case at the ICC and making contacts with lawyers and scientists from around the world.
A new press release dated August 17, which can be viewed here, confirms that the couple has obtained affidavits from leading experts, including researcher and nuclear cardiologist Dr. Richard M. Fleming, Nobel Laureate in Virology Professor Luc A. Montagnier, and Dr. Kevin W. McCairn, a neuroscientist and expert on neurological diseases.
Professor Luc A. Montagnier, who won the Nobel Prize for his work on the HIV virus, claimed in April 2020 that he believed the novel coronavirus was created in a laboratory. In May 2021, the virologist stated, “Mass vaccination is both a scientific and a medical error. It is an unacceptable mistake. The history books will show that, because it is the vaccinations that create the variants.”
Due to the large amount of new evidence and information that has come to light in recent months, a new complaint has been filed with the International Criminal Court. The lawyers say they now have compelling evidence that “the SARS-CoV-2 virus and Covid-19 ‘vaccines’ are deliberately manufactured bioweapons that were unleashed in two phases on the world’s unsuspecting population.”
Attorneys Melinda C. Mayne and Kaira S. McCallum have also confirmed that they have since been joined by lawyers who have filed similar requests for investigations at the International Criminal Court in France, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia.
For this reason, a letter was sent to the ICC on August 12, 2021, requesting that they all file a joint complaint while submitting preliminary evidence of the allegations common to all around the world and the right to request that country-specific complaints also be investigated by the ICC.
Investigation of the genocide of the elderly and vulnerable
One claim that relates specifically to the UK is the investigation into the genocide of elderly and vulnerable people that has taken place in care homes and hospitals through the improper use of midazolam and morphine. A further investigation into this issue has also now closed and a private prosecution will be launched against the UK government, Matt Hancock, Chris Whitty and others if the team of lawyers and experts who conducted the investigation do not receive satisfactory answers to the extensive questions raised in an open letter dated August 17, 2021 to the above named individuals. Read here.
In the joint lawsuit filed by attorneys from several countries, they call for the immediate suspension of the entire Covid 19 injection program and an end to testing on asymptomatic individuals.
The lawyers say they are now anxiously awaiting the International Criminal Court’s decision on whether it will allow a joint lawsuit by several countries and accept the request for an investigation.
They have made it clear to the ICC that because of the escalating medical apartheid, the loss of basic freedoms and rights, and the ever-increasing, very high number of deaths and serious adverse events experienced by recipients of Covid-19 injections, the Court must act urgently and without further delay.
To that end, the lawyers have asked for a meeting in The Hague as soon as possible.
While awaiting a response, lawyers Melinda C. Mayne and Kaira S. McCallum have confirmed that they are in discussions with lawyers in other countries who have not yet submitted their individual applications to the ICC but have indicated that they intend to join them.