Louisiana referral seeks Fauci murder investigation

A pair of law firms have submitted requests that Louisiana district attorneys initiate criminal investigations of Tony Fauci and other officials for alleged crimes committed against citizens of Louisiana—including murder—prior to and during the covid pandemic.

The Vires Law Group, West Palm Beach, Florida and attorney Edward L. Tarpley Jr., of Alexandria, Louisiana, with the support of the Former Feds Group Freedom Foundation submitted the 30-page criminal referral to district attorneys for Caddo, East Baton Rouge, Jefferson, St. Tammany, Orleans, Lafayette, Lafouche, Tangipahoa and Rapides parishes. The submission details how the subjects used their positions of trust and authority to inflict harm and death upon the people of Louisiana, and the manner in which many of the subjects reaped financial benefits from their criminal acts.

Vires previously filed similar requests with Texas district attorneys and the Florida attorney general. The requests ask the district attorneys to make criminal referrals to Liz Murrill, Louisiana attorney general, for investigation and charges, on behalf of the next-of-kin relatives of nine victims in Louisiana who have sought their assistance in requesting investigation into the deaths of their loved ones under hospital covid protocols, intentional covid infection mismanagement and suppression and denial of life-saving treatments in Louisiana hospitals, nursing homes and other facilities.

The criminal referrals accuse Fauci, current and former federal officers and hospital systems providing care within Louisiana of committing crimes per Louisiana criminal code, including:

  • Terrorism—by causing intentional killing or infliction of serious bodily injury, La. R.S. 14:128.1(A);
  • First Degree Murder, La. R.S. 14:30;
  • Second Degree Murder, La. R.S. 14:30.1;
  • Manslaughter, La. R.S. 14:31(A)(3);
  • Human Trafficking, La. R.S. 14:46.22;
  • Prohibited Racketeering Acts, La. R.S. 15:1353;
  • Cruelty to Persons with Infirmities, La. R.S. 14:93.3;
  • False Imprisonment, La. R.S. 14:46;
  • Second Degree Kidnapping, La. R.S. 14:44.1;
  • Battery, La. R.S. 14:33;
  • Simple Battery of Persons with Infirmities, La. R.S. 14:35.2.

Descriptions of those crimes and how they relate to the accused subjects are detailed in the attached brief.

The following individuals and officers are subjects of the requested investigation:

  • Anthony Fauci, former director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID);
  • Cliff Lane, deputy director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID);
  • Francis Collins, former director, National Institutes of Health (NIH);
  • Deborah Birx, former White House covid response coordinator and former director of Defense Department HIV research at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research;
  • Rochelle Walensky, former director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC);
  • Stephen Hahn, former commissioner, Food and Drug Administration (FDA);
  • Robert Redfield, former director, CDC;
  • Peter Daszak, president, Eco-Health Alliance;
  • Rick Bright, director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA).

The attorneys, who said they extensively researched and compiled the criminal referrals along with many other concerned citizens, said it is essential that the Louisiana attorney general and her staff conduct a thorough investigation to determine whether the evidence contained in the filing, together with further evidence to be uncovered through investigation, substantiates indictment and prosecution of the identified suspects for the alleged crimes. If the evidence provides probable cause that crimes have been committed, then it is expected that the state of Louisiana will prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law.

The attorneys said calls for accountability are coming from all over the nation and the halls of Congress, as demonstrated during the June 3, 2024 congressional hearing where Fauci was accused of committing horrendous crimes against the American people. Based on the current legal landscape, if these culpable federal officers, former officials and hospital systems are ever to be held accountable and punished for their covid-related crimes, justice must be delivered by a state and county level criminal process, the attorneys said in a statement.

“We urge the people of Louisiana to stand with these victims and their families and support the district attorneys and [Attorney General] Murrill in bringing to light the truth of the victims’ suffering and deaths and the suffering of their families and in securing justice for these victims of these egregious crimes,” the said.

This effort to investigate Fauci and other accused persons is supported by donations from individuals and organizations such as the Diamond Mind Foundation and the Fight Like A Flynn PAC run by former national security advisor retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn.

Meanwhile, Fauci’s funding of illegal gain-of-function research that likely resulted in the creation of the virus that caused the pandemic, his unscientific and harmful actions during the pandemic and cruel animal experiments will be rewarded on September 19, when Case Western Reserve University awards him with its 2024 Inamori Ethics Prize by the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence.

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