Five small stones.
Millions of Davids standing up against the secular globalist death cult Goliath.
UPDATE 10/14/2022 - Five Small Stones website is now up.
As I’ve written a couple of times in recent weeks, I’ve been working on a litigation planning project.
Five Small Stones Legal Network is a US-based network of attorneys, doctors, nurses, paralegals, research scientists, data analysts and others working to use legal systems to raise public and judicial understanding of the global cull now in progress, stop the cull and obtain relief for injured and killed victims and their families.
We’re connected with attorneys and doctors in other countries, including Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, and working to strengthen those cross-links.
The network is building a legal education and legal support tool-kit to help pro se plaintiffs file cases on their own behalf, because there are not enough lawyers in the world to handle the tsunami of injuries and deaths, and because millions of ordinary people using distributed legal knowledge will be harder for the globalists to shut down.
A professional developer is constructing a new website. After we test it to make sure it works, we’ll send out the link through independent media and word-of-mouth.
Plaintiffs, victims and survivors of any Covid-related injury (medical, legal, employment, education) will be able to go to the landing page and enter essential case information.
When the plaintiff hits "Submit," the case information will go to a review team of lawyers and paralegals. The reviewers will think about the plaintiff’s case and then respond with educational information about how to file pro se cases in state and federal courts, and support for plaintiffs to assemble their evidence and draft and file their own legal documents.
Some of the types of cases we anticipate supporting are below.
There are lot of layered goals, which takes into account the uphill battle ahead for breaking through the court system blockades as they've been constructed and maintained since the cull began.
At a minimum, helping plaintiffs to write pro se complaints can help them articulate and work through the suffering that has been inflicted on them as human beings, for their own sake and for the sake of their family and friends.
A second goal is to help people learn about how to use the courts to seek redress of wrongs.
As we collect plaintiff stories, we can help build part of the historical record of what's happening. Many other groups like React19 and Mark Crispin Miller's News from Underground are working on the same historical record piece, collecting accounts of injuries and deaths, including obituaries.
A fourth goal — getting plaintiffs to the point of filing cases — will put their written accounts into the public court record, and create opportunities for more public discussion about the crimes and abuses.
It will also create opportunities to embolden the judges willing to go against the propaganda and control program to help plaintiffs take their cases forward past the filing stage into discovery, evidence presentation, legal argument and adjudication.
The only way to find those judges is to provide them with cases they can use to reveal themselves as men and women who have integrity, moral courage and a willingness to uphold the rule of law and the US Constitution. As much as possible, we want to build language into the state complaints emphasizing the abdication of the federal courts so far, and the opportunity now presented for state judges to step into the breach.
Filing will also create more openings to exert pressure on prosecutors and law enforcement — federal and state attorneys general and county district attorneys and sheriffs — to conduct investigations and file criminal charges against the cull perpetrators at every level.
And filing cases will help plaintiffs and others learn about and document court corruption, to the extent that some clerks and judges will kick cases out immediately with or without explanation.
After the website opens for plaintiffs to start compiling their case information and submitting it, we’ll be learning as we go about what works and what doesn't, and about regional variations across state borders and among different counties within states.
Hopefully it will be short, sharp learning curve, followed by a plateau period of establishing a manageable work flow to slingshot a barrage of pro se filings into state and federal courts.
Will post more information when the new webpage goes live.
1. State-level civil negligence-based claims such as hospital/nursing home homicides; death protocols of Remdesivir, starvation, dehydration, ventilators, narcotics; failure-to-treat, standard-of-care violations, per se negligence, injections without informed consent. Also negligence and regulatory malfeasance cases against local, county, school, state and federal public health officials. NOTE: Congress blocked plaintiff access to Federal Tort Claims Act in 2004 through Project Bioshield Act, codified at 42 USC 247d-6a(d)(2).
2. State-level criminal cases filed as civil cases because federal, state and local law enforcement will not investigate or prosecute. For example, Ohio has a law covering this scenario: Section 2307.60, Civil action for damages for criminal act. State-level crimes may include: adulteration/misbranding of controlled substance (spike protein, LNP); aiding consummation of a crime; assault; assault with a deadly weapon (Remdesivir, injections); attempted homicide; attempted mutilation; battery; child abuse; criminal coercion; cruel and inhuman treatment; deceptive business practices (adulterated goods, false advertisement); destruction of concealing of evidence (local, county and state law enforcement refusing to investigate); endangering the welfare of a child; false imprisonment; female mutilation/sterilization; fraud; homicide; impersonating a public servant; intimidation of witnesses and victims; kidnapping; malfeasance/misfeasance/nonfeasance; Examples of state-level crimes: adulteration/misbranding of controlled substance (spike protein, LNP); aiding consummation of a crime; assault; assault with a deadly weapon (Remdesivir, injections); attempted homicide; attempted mutilation; battery; child abuse; criminal coercion; cruel and inhuman treatment; deceptive business practices (adulterated goods, false advertisement); destruction of concealing of evidence (local, county and state law enforcement refusing to investigate); endangering the welfare of a child; false imprisonment; female mutilation/sterilization; fraud; homicide; impersonating a public servant; intimidation of witnesses and victims; kidnapping; malfeasance.
3. Temporary Restraining Orders
4. State workers compensation cases for employees injured by injections. Also state employment discrimination cases for employer treatment of vaxx/test/mask refusers. See Petroff v. Disney, filed August 2022 in California.
5. Federal whistleblower/Inspector General cases against federal agencies.
6. Administrative challenges to strip licenses from bad actors (doctors, nurses, hospitals, nursing homes, ethics boards) who have injured and killed people.
7. Administrative defenses to protect licenses, certifications and professional affiliations of good actors
8. Federal ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) cases
9. Federal civil cases under 18 USC 2333, which provides civil remedies in US courts for international terrorism crimes. Analogous to state civil claims in 2., above. File against former and sitting Congress members, Presidents and HHS/DOD/DOJ/DHS officials explicitly denying the applicability of public health/PREP Act framework, and shifting to treason, chemical and biological weapons, and anti-terrorism frameworks, based on their acts to ratify and fund overthrow of US Constitutional government through WHO IHR 2005 and Covid-19 mass murder campaign. List of federal crimes.
10. Ultra vires, quo warranto, writs of mandamus against US Congress, Presidents and federal and state agency directors, arguing they never had the authority to suspend the US Constitution and federal laws, and laws they’ve passed purporting to overthrow the US government are null and void. Ultra vires - An act which requires legal authority but is done without it; writ of mandamus - order from a court to an inferior government official ordering the government official to properly fulfill their official duties or correct an abuse of discretion; writ of quo warranto - writ requiring the person to whom it is directed to show what authority they have for exercising some right, power, or franchise they claim to hold.
11. Federal and state Religious Freedom Restoration Act cases - Many already underway, especially against DOD and branches of US military, by Liberty Counsel, Siri & Glimstad, and several other firms. Some temporary injunctions and class certifications issued. See Doster v. Kendall, Air Force case filed in Ohio, nationwide injunction granted by Judge Matthew McFarland in late July 2022. List of states with their own RFRA acts:
12. Federal Constitutional cases - Most have been quashed to date, under SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts May 2020 stand-down order in South Bay Pentecostal v. Newsom, in which he directed federal courts to give broad, virtually-unlimited deference to executive and legislative acts under the state of emergency, saying the “Constitution principally entrusts the safety and the health of the people to the politically accountable officials of the States.” BUT in February 2021, in another review of the same case, Roberts added: "The Constitution also entrusts the protection of the people’s rights to the Judiciary—not despite judges being shielded by life tenure...but because they are. Deference, though broad, has its limits." So future Constitutional claims might get somewhere to the extent federal courts start to address limits to deference and uphold the principle that the Constitution principally entrusts the safety and the health of the people to the People themselves.
13. Federal False Claims Act cases - See Jackson v. Ventavia, filed in Texas.
14. Federal Emergency Use Authorization cases - See: Griner v. Biden, filed in Utah in March 2022 arguing injections are not vaccines, preempting EUA classification by FDA. See also: America's Frontline Doctors v. Becerra, filed in Alabama July 2021, arguing that effective treatments exist, preempting EUA classification by FDA.
15. Administrative Procedures Act cases. See Health Freedom Defense Fund v. Biden, filed in Florida in July 2021. Judge overturned CDC transportation mask mandate in April 2022. Biden administration has appealed.
16. Federal Petitions to Impanel Special Grand Jury under 18 USC 3331 and 3332. See Ealy, Linthicum v. Redfield, grand jury petition filed in Oregon in August 2021, updated March 2022, re: Administrative Procedures Act and Paperwork Reduction Act violations (public notice, data fraud) and multiple federal crimes by CDC and other federal agencies.