Reiner Fuellmich

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(lawyer)
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Born1958
Bremen
NationalityGerman
Interests • Covid-19
• Christian Drosten
• Robert Koch Institute
• COVID-19/Resistance

Reiner Fuellmich is a lawyer and spokesperson for the Corona Investigative Committee (Stiftung Corona-Ausschuss) in Germany. In 2020, Fuellmich and his colleagues started to document violations of law, medical malpractice and scientific fraud, as they relate to the Covid-19 epidemic.[1]

From public bio

Fuellmich studied law at the Georg-August University of Göttingen and as an exchange student at the University of California in Los Angeles. He then worked as a research assistant to the chair of Erwin Deutsch at the Law Faculty of the Georg-August University of Göttingen, where he received his doctorate. This was followed by positions in corporate banking at Deutsche Bank in Germany and Japan.[2] In 1993, he founded his own law firm. Fuellmich has published various articles and books in the fields of banking law, medical law and international medical law, and has held other teaching positions as a lecturer at universities in Germany and Estonia. He is also licensed to practice law in California and a member of the German-American, and the German-Japanese lawyers association.[3]

In 2009, Fuellmich's law firm was ranked among the top 20 investor protection law firms in Germany,[4] especially since 1996 as a specialist for injured parties of so-called junk real estate.[5]

Covid-19

Full article: Covid-19

Together with internationally connected lawyers[6] he is offering companies to join a class action lawsuit in the United States for damages caused by the PCR tests on which government lockdown measures worldwide are mostly based.[7][8]

Special Session: International Legal Offensive - Part 1

From corona-schadensersatzklage.de/faq/ explaining the scope of the lawsuit:[9]

Can private individuals join the lawsuit?
Yes, insofar as they are entrepreneurs (self-employed) with their own business operations. The lawsuit is primarily aimed at companies affected by the Corona scandal, which have suffered and/or are still suffering losses in sales as a result. We assume that the pressure on politics resulting from the class action (which, in culpable violation of all basic rules of decision making, relied solely on the opinion of Prof. Drosten for its measures) will lead to the long overdue public scientific discussion with experts, such as Prof. Ioannides, Prof. Levitt, Prof. Mölling, Prof. Bhakdi, Prof. Homburg and others, and that in this proceeding all anti-corona measures are to be terminated immediately, also in view of the currently no longer existing threat environment in Germany.

Can companies from abroad join?
In principle, all companies worldwide affected by the same damaging event (in this case, the lockdowns caused solely by the PCR tests, which are completely unsuitable for detecting infection and are also not approved) can join a class action lawsuit in the USA. Only companies that are based in Germany or generate income in Germany and pay taxes here can register on this website. However, similar initiatives in other countries will be supported by us and the foreign colleagues will also receive the necessary expert opinions and expert witness statements, etc. from us.

Who is the lawsuit actually directed against, and won't it end up costing the taxpayer a lot of money?
Right away, the lawsuit will be directed against Prof. Drosten of the Charité, both if it is filed in Germany or if it is filed as a class action in the USA or Canada, because he deceived against his better knowledge that the so-called PCR tests could detect infections. In addition, the lawsuit (if it is brought as a class action in the USA or Canada) will be directed against the WHO, because it recommended the Drosten test worldwide, so that it was marketed worldwide (i.e. also in the USA and Canada). This also opened up the subject matter of jurisdiction in the US and Canadian courts. The compensation for the injured entrepreneurs is not only legally necessary, but economically reasonable. For if the entrepreneurs are pushed into insolvency, the resulting tax losses, as well as the social transfers, especially in the form of unemployment benefits, will be many times more expensive. Apart from that, it is not yet clear that in the end it will be the taxpayers who will have to pay and not those who are responsible for the pandemic and profit from it.

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