Bombshell as two Aussies WIN their Supreme Court case over Covid fines – and it means as many as 45,000 penalties could be struck down

Thousands of Covid-19 fines worth millions of dollars could be ruled invalid after two Sydneysiders won a landmark test case in the New South Wales Supreme Court.

The man and woman claimed their infringement notices were issued in such vague terms they could not be legally enforced and would be difficult, if not impossible, to challenge in front of a magistrate.

On Tuesday morning, barrister David Kell SC for the Commissioner of Police told the Supreme Court the pair’s Covid penalty notices would no longer be enforced.

The two claimants, Brenden Beame and Teal Els, will have their fines refunded. A fine issued to a third claimant, Rohan Pank, had already been repaid.

The ruling could set a precedent that sees many of more than 45,000 unpaid penalty notices for Covid-related public health order breaches in NSW withdrawn.

Kate Richardson SC, for the claimants, said there were 32,648 fines – totalling almost $33million – issued for the same reason as that given to Mr Beame so ‘in all likelihood’ they too would be declared legally invalid if challenged.This is a case that has ramifications beyond Ms Els and Mr Beame,’ Ms Richardson said.

Ms Els was fined $3,000 for unlawfully participating in an outdoor public gathering.

A class action in NSW could now go ahead and similar law suits would likely be pursued in other states.

Between March 2020 and July this year there were 62,029 Covid fines issued totalling $56,499,080. As of May, 47,560 fines totalling $42,269,700 remained unpaid.

Greece on major decision on vaccines mandate!

⚖️ Greek high court overturns vaccine requirement for health workers (Updated: November 25, 2022 20:30 CET)

In a decision that may signify the end of a 15-month saga for unvaccinated Greek health workers who have been suspended without pay since Sept. 1, 2021 due to their choice not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, Greece’s Council of State — the country’s highest administrative court—ruled Thursday, November 24. that the continued vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in Greece was unconstitutional. The decision paves the way for those workers who were suspended to return to their jobs, although it remains to be seen whether the Greek government will abide by the decision or find some means of challenging or bypassing it.

3 heart attacks, 33 hospitalizations at Spanish half-marathon – Media Says its weather you know its the poke!!

Third tragic marathon this year; media blame weather

Posted by Yudi Sherman

November 22, 2022

3 heart attacks, 33 hospitalizations at Spanish half-marathon

Three participants suffered heart attacks during last week’s Behobia-San Sebastián half-marathon while 33 others required hospitalization, reports El Español. 125 other runners required medical attention. 

30,000 participants overall joined the annual 20-kilometer race from Behobia to San Sebastián this year, which had its first race in 1919. Since then, six runners have lost their lives, including one in last year’s marathon who died of a sudden heart attack. The last fatality prior to that was in 2015. 

While Spanish media are calling the number of casualties “unprecedented,” they are chalking it up to the day’s temperature which reached 78.8 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Media outlets have also blamed the heat for other marathons this year marred by tragedy. 

In August two runners died and 74 were hospitalized during the Comrades Marathon in South Africa, reported America’s Frontline News. At least one of the fatalities suffered a sudden heart attack. 

News media blamed the local weather, which was recorded as partly cloudy at 71.4 degrees Fahrenheit. 

The tragedy follows a similar one in May when America’s Frontline News reported that sixteen people were taken to the hospital after running the Brooklyn Half Marathon, including four runners who collapsed and a 30-year-old runner who died of cardiac arrest. The media blamed the weather, which ranged from low 60s to high 70s with high humidity. 

meta-analysis conducted by York St. John University in 2016 reviewed sudden cardiac deaths in marathons in the 34 years between 1976 and 2010 and found that incidence rates ranged between 0.6 and 1.9 per 100,000.  

The total number of runners in the Comrades Marathon was capped at 15,000, and around 20,000 runners reportedly participated in the Brooklyn Half Marathon. That would put the incidence death rate per 100,000 at 13.3 and 5 respectively. 

But not everyone is blaming the weather for the casualties in last week’s half-marathon. 

“Marathon in northern Spain ends with 2 cardiac arrests and 125 athletes collapsing with severe fatigue symptoms, yet presstitutes have the audacity to blame it on heat stroke when the temperatures at the event never exceeded 26deg. The vaccine is a genocide bioweapon,” one netizen commented on the event. 

“Last week. Behobia’s half marathon in San Sebastian, Spain. Balance: – 2 heart attacks – 125 runners treated for heat strokes. Heat strokes in November, with around 15ºC. New normality,” tweeted another. 

“Fit sporty people falling like flies with heart issues at semi marathon in Spain… because of heat in November! All normal, nothing to see,” wrote another. 

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State of control – must watch

New Movie. “State of control” In this documentary international experts such as Edward Snowden, Arno Wellens, Catherine Austin Fitts express their serious concerns and criticisms. It compiles the range of facts and opinions, creating a shocking picture about the future of mankind. A crystal-clear narrative that can”t be ignored. Watch the full movie here

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Latest on the litigation on the Covid and HPV Vaccine Manufacturers in India – 125 Million in claims

Other vaccine deaths and compensation in India / France

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  • The role of independent media vs the role of conflicted media
  • The role of social media in the ‘safe and effective’ PR campaign
  • Conflicts of interest, concentration of power, and corporate monopolies

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