Prosecution of Crimes Against Humanity

Prosecution of Crimes Against Humanity

Our organization, NCC4CR, LLC is committed to filing civil lawsuits against public officials who have violated our civil rights. You must bring your own lawyer to file civil suits, which is why we have retained Paul Davis, and are raising money to pursue several promising legal strategies. But if you file a criminal complaint, the local prosecuting attorney must pursue the case for you. This involves local politics, but can succeed if enough people file similar complaints, attesting to the same criminal violations. I highly recommend that you take a look at this website: https://www.vaxxchoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Combined-Criminal-Complaint-w-Instructions-for-Filing-1.pdf The link takes you to a generalized criminal complaint against the perpetrators of the COVID fraud, and explains several elements of law involved. More importantly, it contains some 30 factual allegations, with documentation in the public record, which explain how the COVID fraud was orchestrated. These allegations provide the minimum probable cause to make the local prosecutor take the complaint seriously, although we can expect strong resistance to investigating or indicting the perpetrators, who are highly placed, important, powerful and rich people; they will try to protect each other, and will resist public pressure as long as they can.

There are many good criminal defense attorneys, but only public officials practice criminal prosecution, and the BAR Association has captured the operation of the Grand Jury, so the government apparachiks have complete control over who they decide to prosecute, and they tend to avoid prosecuting each other. Thus this may not be a very successful route to take, but it is a way to put political pressure on our elected officials. But the list of documented allegations is a wake-up call for those who have not yet realized the extent of this crime against humanity.

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