ICC Asked To Investigate Allegations of Genocide Against UK Government
There now follows a Press Release from a highly qualified Barrister and a Justice of the Peace who has presided as a JP in central London Magistrates Courts for the past twenty years, who also happens to be a highly qualified pharmacist.
On 21/04/2021, they courageously lodged a ‘Request For Investigation’ with the International Criminal Court, alleging genocide, crimes against humanity and breaches of the Nuremberg Code against numerous UK government officers and their accomplices.
Please share far and wide, as well as promoting the case in any way you can because we have the prima facie evidence to sustain each of the serious allegations they are making. Therefore, whatever the outcome, they are more than worthy of the vociferous support of everybody living on these ancient isles.
Wednesday 21st of April 2021
‘Request for Investigation’ of the UK Government and its advisers, for genocide, crimes against humanity and breaches of the Nuremberg Code, issued to the International Criminal Court at the Hague, on Tuesday 20th of April 2021.
On Tuesday 20th of April 2021 we, the undersigned, issued a 27 -page ‘Request for Investigation’ to the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague, with a view to asking that our allegations of genocide, crimes against humanity and breaches of the Nuremberg Code, by the UK Government and its advisors, be accepted by the ICC and investigated.
We believe that we have provided compelling reasons as to why our Government and its advisers are guilty of the above charges. However, at this stage it is important to note that we are not required to provide all the evidence we have (which would run to several hundred pages) and are limited to a maximum of 30 pages, simply to make an outline case as part of our Request.
The ICC will review our ‘Request for Investigation’ and assess whether they believe there is a reasonable basis to proceed with an investigation into a ‘Situation’, pursuant to the criteria established by the Rome Statute.
The ICC does not provide a timeline regarding acceptance, nor of course is there any guarantee that they will ultimately accept our ‘Request for Investigation’ due to a variety of reasons, including the fact that they are limited in their capacity to conduct investigations.
Updates will be provided as and when more information becomes available.
Melinda C. Mayne LPC LLM MBA GDLA
Kaira S. McCallum JP BSc