Court filing accuses Fauci, Gates and pharma executives of human rights violations

According to a new report from Desert News, a California based publication, a legal filing has been made against the International Criminal Court.

The filing accuses Anthony Fauci, Peter Daszak, Melinda Gates, William Gates III, and twelve others of numerous violations of the Nuremberg Code.

The claim was filed on December 6 and accused those listed of crimes against humanity and war crimes as defined by the Rome Statutes, Articles 6, 7, 8, 15, 21, and 53 of the code.

Included in the accusations were the CEO’s of leading vaccine corporations and health leader, including the top brass at Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca, Johnson and Johnson.

Additionally, the filing points the finger the Director-General of the WHO, UK Prime Minister, UK Chief Medical Adviser, the President of the Rockefeller Foundation, and the President of the World Economic Forum.

Desert News outlines some of the reasons that the particular defendants were chosen, including those who may have had economic gain from the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Attorney Hannah Rose and seven applicants brought the Nuremberg action on behalf of the victims, the entire population of the United Kingdom. She filed the legal proceeding with the International Criminal Court located at The Hague,” Desert News reported.

“The Hague is notable for its long history in helping victims seek redress for war crimes and defining appropriate ethical guidelines for conduct during war.”

The Nuremberg trials were a landmark event because of their attempt to ward off the human rights atrocities that were carried out by Germany during World War II, and the Nurenberg Code was put into place to keep citizens worldwide safe from the powerful and opportunistic.

“These principles essentially meant that anyone, no matter how wealthy or powerful, even a head of state, was not above the law. The fact that the law of their home nation would permit their action would not relieve the person from justice under international law.”