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“I have a dream!” – and yes it is as significant as that time in history - Lawyers of the US Unite! Resources, intellect, time and money need to be combined
so that they are at least twice those that will oppose prosecutions of the guilty
Thomas Renz posted a realistic assessment of the ethical reasons why he, on his own, cannot bring a case against the perpetrators of those that caused deaths and injuries to Americans – deaths of around 800,000 and injuries of around 130 million (multiple per person).
On his SubStack here:
He estimates the resources needed.
1. 5 lawyers full time cost to employ (including insurance, taxes, etc) = conservatively $200K each per year so $1 million per year.
2. Decent paralegals run approximately $80-100K per year to employ = conservatively $160K per year.
3. Experts like you would need in this case are quite expensive. My estimate is that anything less than $500k-$1 million for experts on a case like this would be tough.
4. Litigation costs and travel over the course of a case like this would likely approach $500K
5. I would expect the case to run 3-5 years but would want to budget for at least 5 in light of the appeals necessary.
6. This means that the total cost to properly file a case like I would envision against those responsible for the jab would be (conservatively) $5 million + $800K + $500K + $500K = $6.8 million.
For information, here is Tom’s GiveSendGo which has been running for a few months:
Guessing that this is a low ball estimate and ball-parking the need for twice the resources (Sun Tsu) to defeat the enemy – it seems to me that a budget of around 20 million bucks is needed to bring about a successful prosecution in less time – say 3 years. All guesswork by yours truly.
It occurs to me that there are may ways to skin a cat.
We have this list of attorneys
We have on our side, many legal eagles scattered about the place, elsewhere. From Aaron Siri, to Daily Clout to Catherine Watt, to Jeff Childers, to Brook Jackson lawyer, Robert Barnes to Children’s Health Defence and a host of other lawyers engaged in litigation around C19.
Then there are all those lawyers defending doctors and nurses from medical boards in the US and Canada – and lawyers like Hanna Rose in the UK that laid a case at the International Criminal Court – and the lawyers in Australia bringing actions in federal courts there using a full reimbursement model id successful.
(100) Australian Class Action – exposes the lies told by the Australian government and its experts – if successful will pass all compensation to victims in the action – donations required to continue! (substack.com)
In an ideal world, it would be straightforward for all these legal eagles to form a company for the specific purpose of bringing a case, maybe a class action against named individuals, rather than against the entire alphabet soup and big pharms entities – but I am not going to make that call as I am dwarfed by the combined legal expertise and experience.
So, raising money would be a large hurdle. We know the rewards for a successful prosecution of harms caused by big pharms would run into the tens of billions of dollars, since it is 6-7 figure amount per victim.
Recompense for time spent is possible.
Time spent pro bono by a team of 500-1,000 lawyers? It would take strong leadership and coordination.
Maybe a pipe dream.
It would take a leader or team of 3-4 leaders amongst the legal community to get this off the ground.
Set the objective, devise the strategy – plan led organise and control the strategic plan using SMART objective setting for tactics – all that stuff.
Maybe subscribers who know relevant people can mention it and see what the reaction is. It will be tough, as who has, say, 4 hours a week these days – and everyone wants something for nothing (even coffee!).
“I have a dream!”
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