June 12, 2024

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Italy: criminal investigation into manslaughter and infliction of grievous bodily harm due to concealment of side effects of Covid-19 drugs

Senior Italian government officials, including the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza, are under investigation by the Rome prosecutor’s office on charges of serious crimes (murder and infliction of grievous bodily harm with intent) due to the concealment of side effects of Covid-19 vaccines!

The investigation stems from a series of revelations regarding the Italian Medicines Agency’s (AIFA) handling of Covid-19 vaccine safety issues. Internal communications from AIFA emails with the Ministry of Health that were leaked indicate knowledge of the risks associated with Covid-19 vaccines and therefore complicity in the casualties caused by these side effects.

Former AIFA director Nicola Magrini is also implicated in the investigation, raising questions about what role his leadership played in the country’s vaccine strategy. Both Speranza and Magrini are accused of deliberately choosing to endanger the Italian population by not only promoting vaccinations despite the dangers they knew about, but also imposing them on certain job sectors such as hygienists, teachers and police officers.

As the national vaccine distribution campaign unfolded, spurred by government assurances of their safety, a host of negative health consequences for vaccine recipients came to the fore. Both Speranza and Magrini instructed local health authorities to withhold reports of immediate deaths and serious side effects after vaccines were administered to protect the integrity of the vaccine campaign from public opinion.

The question of bringing the minister to justice on serious charges created a furor in the Italian media. The ongoing investigation will examine charges of murder and causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

The investigation was launched following complaints filed in May 2023 by Free Lawyers (ALI) with the permission of the Hear Me Committee (a private advocacy group voicing the concerns and complaints of more than 4,200 people reporting serious side effects and deaths from vaccinations), the Association of Associated Security Officers (OSA Italy) led by Antonio Porto, National Secretary General of the OSA Police (whose successor is the provincial secretariat of LES Caserta), the Association of Democratic Foundations and former Senator Laura Granato.

After Italy introduced compulsory vaccinations for some professions, public servants’ performance in managing public health crises and their impact on civil liberties and personal well-being is coming into focus.

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