An appeals court in Lisbon, Portugal last November ruled that polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests were unreliable and that lockdowns were unlawful.
Reportedly last November 11, the Lisbon, Portugal, Court of Appeals ruled against lockdowns, because they were based on unreliable PCR tests. According to reports, this was “ignored completely by major media in the US and other countries.”
Another similar report said that such an “important legal decision faces total media blackout in the Western world.” It went on: “Most importantly, the judges ruled that a single positive PCR test cannot be used as an effective diagnosis of infection.”
It added that Judges Margarida Ramos de Almeida and Ana Parames cited certain scientific research which showed that running PCR tests numbering more than 35 cycles, the accuracy of the results fell by 3%. In other words, 97% of positive results may be false positives.
According to these scientific studies, “any PCR test using over 25 cycles is totally unreliable. Governments and private labs have been very tight-lipped about the exact number of cycles they run when PCR testing, but it is known to sometimes be as high as 45.”
The study even said that Anthony Fauci (the United States’ top infectious diseases expert) had declared that “anything over 35 is totally unusable.”
Questions of if federal health agencies and the World Health Organization were aware of this or not have been raised, prompting German corona extra-parliamentary inquiry committee, Außerparlamentarischer corona untersuchungsausschuss (ACU), to investigate the matter.
They are reportedly launching an international class-action lawsuit against responsible parties using “fraudulent testing to engineer the appearance of a dangerous pandemic”, to justify imposing lockdowns.