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1,300+ Citizens speak up against medical tyranny

The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) have agreed to launch an investigation into Government overreach as a result of the vaccine passport mandates implemented across the province on October 25, 2021.

An initial 100 people demonstrated their concerns at a local police headquarters in downtown St John's. Other police stations across the city also had citizens filing complaints. A total of 1,300 individuals expressed concerns throughout the week, asking the RNC to investigate the Government on claims of criminal activity including:

- Extortion

- Coercion

- Violation of Human Rights

- Other inducements as a means of forcing citizens into accepting experimental medical treatments

The complaints are against the province's own Premier Dr. Andrew Furey, Chief Medical Officer of Health (CMOH) Janice Fitzgerald, Acting CMOH Dr. Rosann Sevior, Minister John Haggie, Minister Sarah Stoodley, and the The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Newfoundland and Labrador.

The individuals named above have created a situation in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador that is extraordinary to the law in denying the rights and freedoms of certain individuals that reside in the province by dividing them into two groups: 

  1. Those who comply with government mandates that do not carry the weight of law.

  2. Those who do not.

Although no media coverage was given announcing the true impact of this coordinated effort against the medical tyranny being imposed by the Governments, other groups across Canada heard about the filing. To date, four other provinces have successfully filed complaints against their provincial governments.

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