Sherman Oaks, CA asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Medical Malpractice for California

Q: Is there a lawyer willing to contest the veracity of the false claims that are trampling our 1st ammendment rights?

Looking for a probono lawyer willing to research and contest the fact that covid 19 is not contagious (there is proof) ... and even if it were, the numbers are unwarranted for this illegal quarantine, and that we are all being unlawfully detained and deprived of our first ammendment rights.

I want to go to church. My devout catholic mother wants to go to church. My husband wants to go to church. Would anyone else be willing to ride this all the way to the Supreme Court to expose the hipocracy. Who will join? Who will take this on?

1 Lawyer Answer
Louis George Fazzi
Louis George Fazzi
  • Civil Rights Lawyer
  • Jess Ranch, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: There is no chance at all. This is a public hazard to health and welfare of all people. The state has the duty to comply with the national emergency, and all people residing in the State of California are obligated to comply with the orders which have lawfully been given.

My research of the issues has confirmed that the corona virus, covid-19, is extremely contagious and is spread by the tiniest of droplets we each secrete every time we breathe and speak. Furthermore, I have examined the scientific studies which demonstrate the chemical structure of this plague and how it invades the human body, and why it is such a danger to us all.

The only way of slowing the spread of this contagion is by social distancing and taking extreme caution while out among people. Gloves and even masks are not sufficient to protect ourselves from the micro-particles which get spread by those who carry the virus, especially those who haven't even suffered any symptoms. Everywhere an infected person goes, they shed these micro-particles, and they can remain on plastic and metal surfaces for up to 9 days. One priest who had the virus spread it to all those to whom he gave the sacrament of holy communion or the cup of wine at mass. It is too dangerous to the public to permit such gatherings under these circumstances.

Therefore, accept that this is the way we have to live until the virus has run its course. In time, the survivors will have the antibodies necessary to fight and stave off the virus. But that time has not yet arrived, and no legal maneuvering will be able to overcome the clear legal duty of the government to impose the reasonable restrictions which are now in place.

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