Thursday, August 27, 2020

Open Letter to the D.O.J. from Justice for Covid19 Eldercide

 


 

 August 27, 2020

 

To: United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division

From: Justice for Covid19 Eldercide

To whom it may concern:

As a recently formed organization dedicated to exposing the eldercidal policies of the governors of at least nine states, and to seek justice for the murders of tens of thousands of residents of care homes by state orders to accept Covid-19 patients, we support the action your department is taking to investigate the governors of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.

While we believe this is a good first step, members of our organization have also identified similar orders to place ill people in care homes by the governors of: California, Minnesota, Connecticut, Maryland, and Massachusetts and would strongly urge you to also seek investigations into the crimes of these governors, if you are not already doing so.

It is true that eight of these governors are Democrats, but we are a non-partisan entity that is only concerned with truth, accountability, and the complete cessation of these eldercidal policies.


Submitted by:
Justice for Covid19 Eldercide

Justice for Covid19 Eldercide website

Contact Cindy Sheehan for more information:

CindySheehansSoapbox@gmail.com


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About Justice for Covid19 Eldercide:

 

According to independent as well as mainstream sources, at least one-third of Covid-19 deaths have been elderly patients who have been confined to long-term care facilities with Covid-19 positive patients (meaning those displaying symptoms and ill from the virus).

This deadly outcome was set in motion by at least three state governors: Gavin Newsom of California; Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania and Andrew Cuomo of New York.

This movement is dedicated to exposing these crimes and seeking justice for the estimated 28,000 unnecessary and preventable deaths.

The organizers of Justice For COVID19 Eldercide find it ironic that the healthy and unthreatened portion of the population – children and adults under the age of 60 – are subjected to a strict quarantine and economic lockdown, and if we did not adhere, we were personally responsible for harming the elderly. Yet, these governors put measures into place orders that do the opposite of what should have been done to actually protect our elders, which was to place the COVID19 infected directly into their facilities.

To add to the cruelty and horror of the situation, these crimes were committed in a climate of fear and tyranny,  where the loved ones of our most vulnerable populations weren’t even allowed to visit or be at their bedsides as they died.

 


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