CDMedia's Global Conversations IN PLAIN SIGHT Host Christine Dolan interviews Dr. Francis Boyle about the Covid-19 shots, which he has deemed to be bioweapons.
Dr. Boyle has covered bioweapons spanning 50 years. He drafted the U.S. domestic implementing legislation for the Biological Weapons Convention, known as the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989. It passed both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate unanimously and was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush.
He supports the efforts of Dr. Joseph Sansone in Florida who has led the campaign to "Ban the Jabs" declaring them bioweapons and calling for Governor Ron DeSantis to confiscate the Pfizer, Moderna and JJ "shots" and remove them from the market. Dr. Sansone's has led the charge and orchestrated the vote by republican executive committees across four Florida counties to "Ban the Jabs." The goal of that campaign is to expand it across all Florida counties and across America.
You can watch Dr. Sansone's American Conversations interview at CDM.
Currently, Dr. Boyle is a professor of Professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law. He received an AB (1971) in Political Science from the University of Chicago, then a JD degree magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, and AM and PhD degrees in Political Science from Harvard University. He practiced tax and international tax with Bingham, Dana & Gould.
He is an international human rights attorney and has represented national and international bodies including the Blackfoot Nation (Canada), the Nation of Hawaii, and the Lakota Nation, as well as numerous individual death penalty and human rights cases. He has advised numerous international bodies in the areas of human rights, war crimes and genocide, nuclear policy, and bio-warfare. From 1991-92, he served as Legal Advisor to the Palestinian Delegation to the Middle East Peace Negotiations. Professor Boyle served on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International, as a consultant to the American Friends Service Committee, and on the Advisory Board for the Council for Responsible Genetics.