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German Judge Has Home Raided After Ruling Against Masks in Schools

in scenes reminiscent of Night of the Long Knives.

Weimar Judge, Christian Dettmar, who last month ruled that two schools in the region should be prevented – with immediate effect – from forcing their pupils to wear masks, socially distance, or be forced to undergo Covid tests has had his home, office and car raided by investigators because his ruling is 'thought to have violated the law', according to the German website i-online. Those who sanctioned the raid suggesting the Weimar judge’s ruling was “manifestly unlawful”.

The report states:

At the beginning of April, the judge ordered that the mask and test requirement for children at two Weimar schools were [to be] suspended because of an alleged risk to the welfare of the children. He had claimed responsibility for the decision. The administrative court, however, declared the mask requirement to be legal last week. The judges there indicated that they considered the family judge’s decision to be “manifestly unlawful”. Family courts are not empowered to issue orders to authorities. The Weimar decision has also been heavily criticised… by other courts… The public prosecutor’s office is now investigating the initial suspicion that the judge could have “consciously and seriously distanced himself from the law” and made a decision that is not supported by the statutory provisions.

At the suggestion of a mother, the judge had ruled in a child welfare proceeding pursuant to Section 1666 of the German Civil Code that two Weimar schools were prohibited with immediate effect from requiring students to wear mouth-nose coverings of any kind to comply with minimum distances, and/or to participate in SARS-CoV-2 rapid tests. At the same time, it had been determined that classroom instruction should be maintained.

This was the first time that evidence was presented before a German court regarding the scientific reasonableness and necessity of the prescribed anti-Corona measures. The expert witnesses were the hygienist Prof. Dr. med Ines Kappstein, the psychologist Prof. Dr. Christof Kuhbandner and the biologist Prof. Dr. rer. biol. hum. Ulrike Kämmerer. After examining the factual and legal situation and evaluating the expert opinions, the judge came to the conclusion that the measures he had forbidden posed a present danger to the mental, physical or psychological well-being of the child to such an extent that significant harm could be foreseen with a high degree of certainty in the event of further development without intervention.

He wrote: “…the children are not only endangered in their mental, physical and spiritual well-being by the obligation to wear face masks during school hours and to keep their distance from each other and from other persons, but, in addition, they are already being harmed. At the same time, this violates numerous rights of the children and their parents under the law, the constitution and international conventions. This applies in particular to the right to free development of the personality and to physical integrity from Article 2 of the Basic Law as well as to the right from Article 6 of the Basic Law to upbringing and care by the parents (also with regard to measures for preventive health care and ‘objects’ to be carried by children)…”

The judge agreed with the experts’ assessment that the masks were not useful for viral protection, that the PCR test could not detect a disease-causing infection with the necessary certainty, and that asymptomatic transmission played no detectable role epidemiologically with respect to SARS-CoV-2. On the contrary, the masks would have a negative impact on children’s health due to handling-related contamination. Testing in school classes would be unnecessary, harmful and also extremely problematic in terms of data protection.

As a direct consequence of his ruling that went against the Covid-narrative, the judge is now under investigation, being raided in the early hours of the morning in scenes reminiscent of the Nazi's 'Night of the Long Knives' when Hitler purged leaders of the SA who he believed were becoming too powerful, or actively plotting against him. It will surprise few who have followed the story that some type of drummed up charge will be served against him as that appears to be how these things work in 2021. Speaking the truth is now a dangerous act, even for a Court Judge.

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