Several days ago, at a freedom rally in Italy, a former magistrate in Rome, Angelo Giorgianni, took to the stage to condemn the government’s handling of the coronavirus. The judge slammed the country’s “Green Pass” and called for a new round of Nuremberg trials against the current ruling class. Furthermore, he called the government’s mRNA experimental injection mandates “crimes against humanity.”
Judge Giorgianni was the section president of the Messina Court of Appeal, co-author of the book “State massacre – The hidden truths of Covid-19”. The judge decided to leave the judiciary stating that he would rather resign from the judiciary than limit his ability to speak freely:
My freedom of expression has been limited…If the fact of wearing the toga must limit me to expressing my opinion on the legitimacy of acts or measures, or worse still to report criminally relevant facts, even if they concern representatives of institutions, so I prefer to leave the toga.
While speaking with reporters, the judge explained that he had previous vaccines but would not take this one. He continued,
There is an important battle at stake because there are those who want to limit our freedom of thought and impose their own vision. I could not remain a magistrate because I want to be able to speak freely against this part of the state that wants to impose its ideas on us. I am a person of my word, I said I would resign and I did.
Giorgianni demands that the Elites who have harmed the public in the name of protecting people from coroanvirus be tried in a “new Nuremberg,”
Today the sovereign people have given an eviction notice to those who illegally occupy the palaces of power. Today the sovereign people demand justice for all the deaths that they have caused, for deprivations, for our children and for our suffering. And we want them to be tried in a new Nuremberg!
The Nuremberg Code is a set of research ethics and principles that resulted from the prosecution of Nazis after World War II due to their forced medical experimentation on Jews and others whom the Nazis defined as less than human. USA Today explains,
Trials aimed at holding Nazis accountable for the Holocaust were held in Nuremberg, Germany, between 1945 and 1949. There were 13 proceedings, one of which was the Doctors’ Trial, which began in December 1946.
Twenty-three doctors and administrators were charged with committing war crimes and crimes against humanity for killing concentration camp inmates and conducting forced medical experiments on them, according to Harvard Law School’s Nuremberg Trials Project. Seven defendants were sentenced to death, nine were sentenced to prison and seven were acquitted.
Read the Nuremberg Code here.
Western governments are guilty of forcing people to take experimental mRNA shots that have not undergone proper clinical trials. In addition, physicians seem to have violated the standards they must conform to when carrying out experiments on human subjects.