Klayman and Freedom Watch File Criminal Complaint at International Criminal Court in The Hague Against China

Klayman and Freedom Watch File Criminal Complaint at International Criminal Court in The Hague Against China
  • 30 March 2021

On 30 March 2020 Larry Klayman, the founder, chairman and general counsel of Freedom Watch, Inc. filed a criminal complaint against the People's Republic of China over its alleged criminal conduct in causing a worldwide pandemic of such a huge magnitude never witnessed in either the 20th or 21st centuries and perhaps world history. 

You can find a copy of the complaint in the attachment section of this page.


On 12 May 2020, supplementary information for their previously-filed Complaint was submitted to the ICC.

According to the press release, Freedom Watch stated:

"It is widely believed, based on expert analysis, that the COVID-19 virus leaked from a Chinese bioweapons facility in Wuhan, China, which also explains why the communist dictatorship initially locked down Wuhan, arrested government whistleblowers and kept the rest of the world including the United States in the dark.

Bioweapons are outlawed by various international treaties, of which China is also a signatory, and thus they are considered terrorist weapons of mass destruction, which is certainly proving to be the case here.

As a result, China is neither immune from civil suit and Freedom Watch has recently brought a class action in Dallas, Texas, which had caught the attention of not just Americans but also persons around the world, but now also a criminal prosecution. Freedom Watch is being contacted by lawyers and media from around the planet; by way of example countries such as Israel, India, Sri Lanka, Poland, Turkey, Lesoto and Nigeria, to name just a few.

Klayman and Freedom Watch call on nations around the world to join this criminal complaint before the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Holland. Coincidentally, Klayman studied and attended the Hague Academy of International Law during the years he was a law student at Emory University and the University of Georgia during the mid-1970's. He is thus familiar with the procedures at The Hague."


Source: Freedom Watch




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