Floridians have filed a criminal complaint against Dr. Anthony Fauci and others in the medical establishment. You can read the press release below.
Media Contact: Rachel Rodriguez, Esq.
Vires Law Group
Phone: (561) 370-7383
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
FLORIDIANS SEEK JUSTICE!
October 26, 2023. Vires Law Group of West Palm Beach, FL, announces the filing of a detailed request to Attorney General of Florida, Honorable Ashley Moody, for a criminal investigation of Dr. Anthony Fauci and five other high-ranking federal officials, together with the Administrators of hospital systems providing patient care in Florida (the "Accused").
The filing was made pursuant to the requests of 32 residents of Florida who are next-of-kin of relatives of deceased victims who perished due to COVID-19 infection mismanagement and/or fatal “COVID countermeasure” treatments received while life-saving treatments were suppressed and denied in Florida hospitals, nursing homes, and other facilities.
The 20-page brief with exhibits requests investigation of several alleged crimes under Florida state law, including: 2d degree murder while committing acts of terrorism; 2d degree murder while committing aggravated abuse of the elderly and disabled adults; aggravated manslaughter of the elderly, disabled adults, and children; and racketeering.
The filing states that the accused violated Florida criminal law through their widespread and coordinated actions to use tax-payer money with the prosecution authority of government agencies to force healthcare facilities and providers to give Floridians “treatments” under
"COVID counter-measures” and “vaccines” they knew would cause suffering and increased mortality, without informed consent and often against the victim’s wishes.
The attorneys who extensively researched and compiled the filing, along with many other concerned citizens, believe that it is essential that the Florida attorney general and her staff conduct a thorough investigation to determine if the evidence contained in the filing (and/or other evidence found during the investigation) substantiates indictment of the accused for the alleged crimes. If the evidence provides probable cause that crimes have been committed, then it is expected that a Florida grand jury will hear the evidence and indict the accused and that the State of Florida will prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law.
Presently, it is believed that no other request has been made to a state attorney general similar to this filing with the Florida attorney general. Based on the current legal landscape, if the accused are ever to be held accountable and punished for COVID-related crimes, such justice has to be delivered by a state or county level criminal court. For the truth of the victims' deaths and the suffering of their families to be heard and justice delivered, the crimes of the accused must not be left unchecked and unchallenged.
Floridians and Americans in general are encouraged to make their support known for the above requested criminal investigation by contacting the Florida attorney general's office by either telephone (850-414-3300) to voice their ardent support and/or send an email message to
Citizens can also send a letter (hand-written is preferred) to Attorney General Moody at the following address:
Honorable Ashley Moody, Esq.
Attorney General of the State of Florida
Office of the Attorney General
400 South Monroe Street
PL-01, The Capitol Tallahassee, Florida 32399