Anti-Vaxxers recently served an NHS hostpital in Colchester with "Legal Documents"
I've already covered the Nurember Code that they site, and broken down why these documents probably aren't as legal as they think they are but one of the things that they mentioned was Motu proprio - which a few of us have nicknamed the "pope code"
So what is it?
Oct 21, 2021 • 24 tweets • 5 min read
Of the back of my Nuremberg Code thread, some have been asking whether there is a legal basis for papers to have be served to Colchester Hospital
FYI I am not a lawyer, I just like researching random facts on the internet
So, Is the Nuremberg Code legally binding?
Well, in a nutshell, no it's not
(sorry to disappoint)
The code is an "ethical framework"
That means it's stuff you SHOULD be doing, not stuff you HAVE to do
Oct 20, 2021 • 18 tweets • 4 min read
I am still avoiding work so let's look into "serving" "legal" documents, shall we?
An anti-Covid group served "legal documents" on Colchester Hospital
Apparently anyone can serve legal documents in England
It is recommended that you use a professional process server though as if the papers are not served correctly it can mean big issues in your court case later on.
Do we think these papers were served correctly?
Oct 20, 2021 • 20 tweets • 4 min read
The people who tried to use the Magna Carta to circumvent Lockdown restrictions are now attempting to use the "Nuremberg Code" to stop NHS COVID operations
Do we think that these people have ever read the Nuremberg code?
Well I have because I am avoiding work. Let's take a look
Contrary to popular belief, the code didn't come in the aftermath of the infamous Nuremberg Trials, the basics of it came into being in 1919 because even before World War II, the Germans were into some super-dodgy medical procedures