Listen at the 5:15 mark on the video.Israeli Supreme Court ends forced medical experimentation, Government accused of violating Nuremberg code
The justices, led by chief justice Esther Hayut, blasted the government over the way it adopted the restrictions, saying the decisions were made without reference to relevant data.
“In the future, any new restrictions on travel into or out of Israel need, in legal terms, a comprehensive, factual, data-based foundation.”
The Court also deplored the restrictions themselves, writing in the ruling that the limits constitute “an assault on the very heart of the legal right to enter Israel and to leave it, and other rights that are at the heart of the fabric of life in democratic societies.”
Meanwhile, Attorney Ruth Machnes Suchovolsky, whose law office submitted a claim to the International Criminal Court in the Hague that the Israel government is guilty of violating the Nuremberg Code and committing crimes against humanity in its vaccination campaign said lawyers from around the world are turning to their offices, asking to join the complaint in the Hague:
“Those same lawyers from around the world recognize the fact that Israel is a country where an experiment was conducted, and fear that their countries will also be forced to be exposed to the experiment,” she said. “The names of the lawyers and the countries joining will be announced later.”
The law office Monday also sent a letter to Pfizer demanding an investigation regarding the Pfizer-Netanyahu agreement, emphasizing section 4.2.6 that discusses cancelling the agreement as soon as a public investigation is opened. Copies were sent to the FDA, the U.S. Attorney General, Members of Congress, and the International Criminal Court in The Hague.