The Nuremberg Code’s basic requirement of informed consent has been universally accepted and is articulated in international law in Article 7 of the United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966).
Here are steps you can take now.
Step 1 Put them on Notice
Any person or organization that is coercing you to take an experimental jab, or treatment should be put on Notice that they are breaking the law by failing to provide you with informed consent which includes your right to refuse such experimental medical product. Be sure to document any ‘harm’ that you experience after they’ve been put on notice.
Step 2 Assumption of Liability
When a party is coercing you to take or use an experimental medical intervention, you may notify them that you will discuss taking it if the coercer is willing to assume any and all liability for any harm that happens should you choose to take it because of their pressure. The Assumption of Liability Agreement is not going to be signed. Rather, its purpose is to notify the coercing party(ies) further of the types of harm they may be liable for due to their illegal pressure.
Step 3 File a Complaint
A complaint is essentially a lawsuit. This can be filed with a state court, a federal court or even a state or federal agency.* You will need to submit evidence and testimony, so be sure your complaint can be proven and your statements are true. The purpose for your complaint is to seek damages or remedies for your injuries (harms), be they physical, financial, or other.
Pro Se Discussed
Attorney Todd Callender and Pro Se expert James Tracy join Sean at SGT Report to discuss the crimes of the CDC, Big Pharma and the Deep State – and HOW we can and will hold them accountable in the courts, without an attorney.
Let’s hold these people accountable and amend the behavior of those “in charge”. They believe that our passive acceptance is implied authority. That only stands if we don’t push back
Find Complaint Templates and other related forms and information in the tabs below*
Nuremberg Notice to Coercive School, Employer, or Business used when any person or organization that is coercing you to take an experimental jab, or treatment should be put on Notice that they are breaking the law by failing to provide you with informed consent which includes your right to refuse such experimental medical product. See Step 1
Assumption of Liability is used to notify that you will discuss taking the experiment if the coercer is willing to assume any and all liability for any harm that happens should you choose to take it because of their pressure. See Step 2 Above.
For use by survivors/estate executors of victims killed by NIH-CDC hospital homicide protocols including restraint, starvation, Remdesivir/Veklury and ventilators. Six counts include negligence, gross negligence, neglect, medical malpractice, medical assault and battery and negligence per se.
Complaints can filed in a state court, a federal court or even a state or federal agency. Please remember that the forms that are included here are examples only and formatting will vary depending on your location.
Violation of Civil Rights (place holder)
Placeholder – assault, battery, torture, unlawful restraint, child abuse, etc.
*Please remember that the forms that are included here are examples only and formatting will vary depending on your location. Examples of the specific formatting for your location can usually be found by conducting a brief internet search. Additionally, the court or agency you are filing with has a website that will give guidance. And remember, you can always call or even visit the agency in person (in most places). Never underestimate what a sincere, kind request for help can get you. They cannot provide you with legal advice on the content of your complaint, but they can and should let you know the steps they require to file your complaint and get it served on the appropriate parties.
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