Legal Letters on Criminal Liability for Surgeries, Schools, Vaccination Centres

Please download, print and distribute these two legal letters that point out criminal liability. Take two copies with you—have both signed and retain one of them. When emailing, secure a printed copy for safe-keeping.


Download letter for vaccination centres, doctors, nurses, clinical staff, administers:

FOA – All Vaccination Centres (https://thewhiterose.uk/freedom/uploads/2022/02/FOA_ALL-VACCINATION_CENTRES.pdf)


 

Download letter for schools: School Letter

(https://thewhiterose.uk/freedom/uploads/2022/02/School_Letter.pdf)


The letters contain the following texts:


Dear Sir/Madam

Immunisation SARs-Cov-2 Injections


I write in connection with ANY proposed immunisation service that you might be inclined to provide, either directly or indirectly. As you will be aware whilst caring for patients you have signed an oath: FIRST DO NO HARM! You owe a legal obligation to each patient in your care.

We ask that you do the following:


1: Write to the CQC/ LMC /MHRA /GMC / RCN / NHS / JCVI / Rt Hon Sajid Javid and any other relevant authority and inform them that the vaccination programme you are involved in must be cancelled and the reason for cancellation is that the SARS- CoV-2 injections are under police investigation.


Should you fail to write to them and assist in the cancellation of the immunisation sessions you will render yourself liable for any losses sustained as a result of the visit and liability could include criminal liability.

Informed consent is impossible to obtain as you are not;


1. Informing the patient that the roll out of the SARS-CoV-2 injections are under Police investigation pursuant to crime reference number: 6029679/21. Most people, if given that information, would decline to give consent for treatment. Please ensure this letter is communicated to all patients.


2. Part of the Police investigation revolves around the alleged unlawful suppression of alternative treatments which have a far better safety profile. Informed consent is not possible if there is no discussion around safer alternatives.


3. Informing the patient of how much active ingredient is in each vial. The amount of active ingredient in each vial varies and it is a matter of public record that some batches kill and maim disproportionately. Witness statements will be considered by the Police from bad batch victims. By way of example; one of them is now infertile, others have been suffering with mobility and paralysis of the face and limbs and many others are suffering from serious heart conditions such as myocarditis/pericarditis/myopericarditis. These people have medical evidence which states that the injection caused the infertility, immobility, paralysis and heart conditions. It is a fact that they received bad batches.


As informed consent is impossible to obtain, anyone injected on site has suffered a battery, regardless of any injury sustained.


Can you come back to me confirming that the immunisation programme you are involved in has been cancelled.


Yours faithfully Lois Bayliss Broad Yorkshire Law



 

Dear Sir/Madam

School Immunisation Service Visit:


I write in connection with the visit or any proposed visit of the school immunisation service.

As you will be aware whilst children are in school, the school’s legal position is “in loco parentis.” You owe a legal obligation to each child in your care.


We ask that you do the following:

1. Write to the SIS and inform them that the vaccination session or any proposed vaccination session is cancelled and that the reason for cancellation is that the SARS CoV2 injection is under police investigation.


Should you fail to cancel the immunisation session you will render yourself liable for any losses sustained as a result of the visit and liability could include criminal liability.


Informed consent is impossible to obtain as the SIS vaccinators are not:

1. Informing the patient that the roll out of the SARS CoV2 injections are under Police investigation pursuant to crime reference number: 6029679/21. Most parents, if given that information, would decline to give consent for their child. Please ensure this letter is communicated to all parents.

2. Part of the Police investigation revolves around the alleged unlawful suppression of alternative treatments which have a far better safety profile. Informed consent is not possible if there is no discussion around safer alternatives.

3. Informing the patient of how much active ingredient is in each vial. The amount of active ingredient in each vial varies and it is a matter of public record that some batches kill and maim disproportionately. Witness statements will be considered by the Police from bad batch victims. By way of example; one of them is now infertile, others have been suffering with mobility and paralysis of the face and limbs and many others are suffering from serious heart conditions such as myocarditis/pericarditis/myopericarditis. These people have medical evidence which states that the injection caused the infertility, immobility, paralysis and heart conditions. It is a fact that they received bad batches.


As informed consent is impossible to obtain, anyone injected on site has suffered a battery, regardless of any injury sustained.


Can you come back to me confirming that the visit has been cancelled.


Yours faithfully Lois Bayliss Broad Yorkshire Law



 





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