Skip to comments.WHO Scientist in Dock for Opposing Ivermectin’s Use for Covid-19 Cure
Posted on 06/12/2021 4:58:34 PM PDT by nickcarraway
A 51-page legal notice was served on Geneva-based Dr Soumya Swaminathan, the World Health Organisation chief scientist by the Mumbai-based Indian Bar Association, a lawyers’ forum, for opposing use of Ivermectin for treating Covid patients.
It has threatened to prosecute her “under sections 302, 304 (II), 88, 120 (B) and 34 and other provisions of IPC and under Disaster Management Act, 2005, in the appropriate courts of law having jurisdiction for each death caused due to your act of commission and omission.”
The notice by IBA’s legal cell head Dipali N Ojha on May 25, having her office in Fort, Mumbai, has taken exception to many statements of Dr Swaminathan, including her tweet on May 10 against use of the Ivermectin drug for Covid-19, except within clinical trials.
It says her tweet came soon after the announcement that day by Goa’s health minister to give the oral drub Ivermectin to the population of the state to bring down the mortality. The notice questions her for posting the tweet in her official capacity as the WHO’s chief scientist.
A good start.
What does that mean?
Let’s hope she rats out a few AHs.
"What does that mean?"
I believe "To curtail or diminish
It’s about time!
Now do that idiot Tedros
The Indian Dr Fauci
under investigation or scrutiny for suspected wrongdoing or harm caused
In the old days (and now, for all I know) there was an elevated box with a tall railing around it, where prisoners stood.
(Crippen the poisoner and his accomplice/mistress Ethel LeNeve in the dock at the Old Bailey)
Here we go. This is only the beginning. By the end of this Dr. Fallacy will be the first defendant among a string of mass murdering creeps.
A LOT of these “docs”need to be in dock. 😉
In Dock means “The Defendant”
And, hopefully, soon “in hock”!
Oh I like stuff like that...history with pictures. And it came from England.
What does that mean?
It is a European Colloquialism that refers to a partial enclosure in English Courtrooms in which Defendants are required to occupy during their trial.
The glass enclosed area in the photo is the Dock in an English Courtroom.
It's not a good place to be.
Do they have room on that legal notice for a few US governors?
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