News Report | Ramola D | December 14, 2019
The promising ruling earlier last week declaring the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) used in Lynda Thyer’s extradition case null and void because it had been issued by a French Prosecutor rather than a judge “after an amazing, Oscar-award-worthy courtroom argument made by (lawyer) Chloé Arnoux,” according to attorney Scot Tips, was reversed in Friday the 13th’s hearing in Paris, in contravention, many note, of the base requirements of the European Court of Human Rights and the Nice and Lisbon Treaties.
By all counts, Lynda Thyer, as also David Noakes, CEO, Immuno BioTech, have been wrongfully prosecuted in the UK by the MHRA, UK’s regulatory body, falsely claiming their curing of cancer and autism patients with supplementation of a naturally-occurring bodily protein GcMAF was accomplished with an unlicensed substance, mischaracterized in propaganda coverage as a “quack remedy” while hard scientific evidence exists of its efficacy. While hundreds of cancer patients in the UK wait for GcMAF to become available in NHS hospitals, the OCLAESP, the French regulatory body has busied itself in responding to the MHRA’s efforts to protect the pharmaceutical industry by making false charges on both Ms. Thyer and Mr. Noakes, and issuing an extradition European Arrest Warrant on the words of a prosecutor.
Scott Tips, President of the National Health Federation and attorney notes:
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) based in Strasbourg, France has repeatedly ruled that such arrest warrants are illegal and invalid. Yet, tone deaf to the ECHR, the EU Court of Justice has ignored such precedent and all obvious legal morality in deciding that such warrants were indeed valid.
This means that now both David and Lyn will have to defend on the facts — which are still hugely in their favor — instead of being able to get the case thrown out on a legal technicality, which would have been quicker and easier, and less expensive to our NHF Legal Team, led in court by the formidable lawyer Chloé Arnoux.
Lyn Thyer, whose release from prison after wrongful prosecution, extradition, and incarceration in horrific conditions was reported here earlier, appeared before Judge Jean-Luc Gadaud on Friday despite continuing protests on Paris streets for interrogation (which the judge cancelled since the translator had not been able to navigate filled streets to get to court) while her lawyers filed a motion to keep her from being sent back to prison.
The French Court of Appeals is now set to hear and decide the continued appeal from the French Government in her case on Monday, December 16. Scott Tips is hopeful the Court will honor the motion filed and be “loath to send Lyn Thyer back to prison” even as he concludes “it is highly likely that this Court of Appeals will also disregard the European Court of Human Rights and follow instead the EUCJ decision upholding French prosecutorial arrest warrants.”
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Scott Tips writes:
“In the opinion of several knowledgeable legal commentators, the December 12th ruling by the EU Court of Justice really has no effect on the 2008 and 2010 rulings (Affaire Medvedyev Et Autres vs. France, Requête No. 3394/03) made by the European Court of Human Rights, as both the EUCJ and the EU must abide by the Lisbon and Nice Treaties that hold at their constitutional core the European Convention of Human Rights” to which all EU member states must abide. The legal precedent, which clearly stated that the French public prosecutor was not a judicial authority and therefore not entitled to issue any such arrest warrants, was lawfully decided by the European Court of Human Rights and is a mandatory ruling for the EUCJ. Therefore, yesterday’s EUCJ decision is not only illegal and unconstitutional but violates the very treaties upon which the EU has been constructed. To these commentators, the first French judge’s ruling in the Thyer case absolutely still stands.
It appears now to be a battle between the universal human rights espoused by the European Court of Human Rights, on the one hand, and the unbridled corporatism espoused through the European Court of Justice. Put another more legalistic way, it is now a battle to see which legal precedents rule over which and which of the two courts will have the final say. The fight over the legal validity of the undemocratic prosecutorial arrest warrants is by no means over. And it will be interesting to see how the French Court of Appeals in Paris rules on this matter on Monday afternoon, December 16th.”Scot Tips, NHF:
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