Pfizer’s getaway plan.
Robert Malone just posted an SEC filing at his Substack, with a comment that he’s not sure what it means yet.
It’s a Form 25 - Notification of Removal from Listing and/or Registration under Section 12(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, filed on Pfizer’s behalf yesterday (March 7, 2022).
I looked up the CFR citation they checked off — 17 CFR § 240.12d2-2 — which refers to securities that become part of “evidence” or fall under a “court order.”
This comes just as the second batch of Pfizer’s clinical trial documents were released late last week, through the court case filed by Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency in September 2021.
And just as people reviewing those documents have learned more about what corporate Pfizer knew about the bioaccumulation, pharmacokinetics and toxicity of its mRNA products, and when it knew those things.
And just as other freedom of information disclosures make clear that the US Department of Health and Human Services transferred massive amounts of public money into private legacy media corporations to market and promote Pfizer’s product.
And just as Attorney Thomas Renz, who broke the Department of Defense DMED story, also yesterday (March 7, 2022) notified the federal government and other defendants of planned lawsuits. Special Notice of Evidentiary Findings.
The getaway plan is coming into view.
Pfizer is a “corporate person” under the law.
As a corporate person, it committed murder, medical battery, torture and fraud, through a US government marketing program executed by legacy media outlets, and with the physical element of the crime committed by more-or-less uninformed and coerced nurses and pharmacists who injected the toxic pharmaceutical product into recipients at hundreds of sites across the country.
Now Pfizer is poised to get permission from the US government Securities and Exchange Commission to dissolve its legal personhood and disappear, legally, forever.
Leaving no criminal defendant behind to face the charges through the judicial system, or pay damages to the survivors of murdered victims or victims facing lifelong disabilities.