Important Interview

A very important interview

“This is very serious – these are the biggest crimes against humanity ever committed in the history of human kind”

In this interview the British lawyer Anna de Buisseret describes how those who have explicitly or implicitly aided and abetted governments in a military grade psychological operation have committed crimes against humanity and that they will inevitably be held accountable.

She tells everybody who is involved with the “vaccinations”:

“You are individually accountable and liable in your personal capacity, criminally and civilly. There is nowhere to run. There is nowhere to hide. No-one is going to defend you. Because the law says: You must uphold the law. You must not cause harm and you are personally liable.”

– Anna de Buisseret – London

She and her team drafted a notice of Liability for mRNA vaccinations to hand out to those who are aiding the governments to make clear that they are committing crimes and will be held accountable in the future.

Notice of Liability for mRNA vaccinations

In her Notice of Liability she lists all inalienable, fundamental, natural Human Civil, Spiritual and other Rights and Liberties enshrined in the Rule of Law. Please check them out:

Charter of Liberties (1100)

The Magna Carta (1297)

The Confrmation of the Charters (1297)

The Confrmation of the Charters and Statutes (1416),

Confrmation of Liberties (1423)

The Liberty of the Subject Act (1354)

The Habeus Corpus Act (1679)

The Bill of Rights/Act (1688)

The Human Rights Act (1998)

The Equality Act (2010)

The Health & Safety at Work Act (1974) 

The Nuremburg Code (1947)

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)

The European Convention on Human Rights (1950)

The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966)

Paragraph 58 of the Siracusa Principles

The International Covenant on Cultural, Social and Economic

Rights (1966)

The Oviedo Convention (1997)

The International Covenant on Human Rights and Bioethics (2005)

The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court Act (2001)

The Ofences Against the Person Act (1861)

The war Conventions

…and many more

All information is deemed accurate but not guaranteed and should be independently verified.

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