EU Hard Lockdowns are Crimes against Humanity”. Italian Magistrate’s Complaint to Hague Court

«Lockdown and all-related measures – the latter if adopted for prolonged and indefinite periods of time, well beyond the health emergency phase, so as to risk distorting the very essence of societies, and this is the case – are a crime against humanity as they constitute the crimes of imprisonment, torture and are acts causing great suffering to mental and physical health (section 7 of the Rome Statute)».

This is one of the most disruptive sentences of the explosive complaint signed by the Italian magistrate Angelo Giorgianni and sent yesterday, Wednesday 24 March, to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Ms Fatou Bensouda.

«We strongly urge you to consider declaring lockdowns and all-related measures (mask mandate, social distancing, ongoing closures of schools, businesses, bars, restaurants, gyms, museums, theaters and more) a crime against humanity. The economic, human, psychological and social costs of these policies are considerably higher than their effectiveness in saving lives and reducing the spread of the virus» wrote in the complaint to the Hague Court Dr. Giorgianni, a Sicilian civil judge, as Secretary General of the World Life Organization (OMV in Italian, WLO in English).

Giovambattista Scarfone

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