Video: Italian Regional Court Identifies the mRNA Injections as “Experimental Substances” which not Break the Chains of Infection. Reiner Fuelmich Interviews Renate Holzeisen

Corona Investigative Committee Session 113: Mycelium

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Guest: Renate Holzeisen is an attorney at law and economist in Italy.

This session is about a report on a remarkable Cautelar order (urgent proceedings due to imminent irreparable damage) of an Italian judge on COVID-19 injection (inaudita altera parte). The Florence Regional Court overturned the suspension of a psychologist (who was subject to mandatory vaccination) on excellent grounds.

The judge explicitly identifies the mRNA injections as experimental substances that, according to current data, are not likely to break the chains of infection. 

The actual trial is set for September.


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