The well-known medical law expert lawyer Dr. At the end of February, Mag. Georg Prchlik filed a controversial complaint with the Vienna public prosecutor on behalf of the MFG party. The allegations: Violation of the inspection obligations under the Health and Food Safety Act, endangerment of physical safety and negligent endangerment of the community. The basis is the mathematical proof, which is why the control of 15 test sticks in over 200 million tests can never be sufficient.
Many people ask our editors and publisher Florian Machl what actually happened after the two well-received press conferences on toxic substances in corona tests. This article is part of the answer. Because now the legal work-up, which was also announced, is underway. The lawyer Georg Prchlik was entrusted with the implementation of one of these projects, and the MFG party took on the financing.
Prchlik referred to correspondence with AGES, which was entrusted by the federal government with protecting people and animals with regard to the safety of medical devices. When AGES was confronted with the fact that corona test sticks contained the cytotoxic and carcinogenic substance ethylene oxide, for which there is no lower limit in terms of toxicity, they replied as follows: First of all, tests had been carried out anyway, namely on 15 sticks from 12 different ones manufacturers – on average about one chopstick per manufacturer. The toxin would not have been detected in 13 of them. For the AGES, the matter was thus put on the record, the safety of the people allegedly guaranteed.
At least 26 million contaminated test sticks?
The proverbial blind person can see that this is not the case, because with more than 200 million tests, this means more than 26 million contaminated test sticks – if the AGES sample has any meaningfulness at all. However, this can already be refuted mathematically – and here the lawyer, who was also intensively trained in natural sciences, referred to science. There are specifications for which sample size to use for which confidence level. He calculates (see PDF document below) that even with a terribly bad confidence level of 80 percent, at least 40 samples should have been taken.
For medical products, however, Prchlik sees the need for a confidence level of 99 percent and thus 166 samples. In view of the matter, Prchlik would also have advised reducing the margin of error again – then, given the number of China tests carried out, even 666 samples would have made sense. Prchlik considers it grossly negligent that these safety tests were not even close to being carried out on a scientifically justifiable scale – and to an extent that is recognizable to everyone.
The Vienna public prosecutor’s office dropped the petition within a very short time due to the alleged lack of initial suspicion. Prchlik considers this to be problematic because, from his point of view, the paragraph § 35c used for this purpose was almost dead law until the corona pandemic. However, from 2020 onwards it was used massively – and only and exclusively when it was necessary to protect those who represented the narrative of the pandemic and the allegedly necessary measures. However, if the public prosecutor’s office was investigating against opponents of the measures, a cessation was unthinkable – here the full severity of the alleged constitutional state regularly took effect in criminal prosecution and indictment.
Even if many are already disillusioned and fear that it will no longer be possible to deal with the many suspected cases of criminal activity in the context of the alleged pandemic before ordinary courts, the efforts will continue – and many reports of different facts will follow. Who knows how the future will develop, perhaps such hasty dismissals will one day become a case for the courts themselves, which will then have to decide on abuse of office.
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