Letter to NM Attorney General: Investigate Broken Civil Laws and Criminal Activities Related to COVID mRNA Vaccines
On January 3, 2023, Stevan D. Looney, JD, sent a letter to New Mexico Attorney General Raul Torrez asking that the AG’s office enforce New Mexico laws to protect the health, safety, and welfare of its citizens.
In his letter to Attorney General Torrez, Mr. Looney highlights that numerous statutory civil laws have been and are being violated and that criminal activities are occurring in the state related to SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 vaccines. He points out that such issues so far have gone unchallenged, uninvestigated, and unpunished and must be addressed.
Eight or more New Mexico statutes empower and often mandate that the Attorney General take action, including initiating civil investigative demands, to protect New Mexicans’ health, safety, and welfare from harmful products such as the experimental mRNA gene therapies known as COVID vaccines. In addition to these state statutes, Mr. Looney states that New Mexico criminal laws and federal statutes, such as the RICO Act, have been violated.
Mr. Looney implores NM AG Torrez to:
- Launch investigations
- File appropriate pleadings to obtain restraining orders and then permanent injunctions to enjoin the unlawful conduct of the COVID vaccine companies
- Seek damages including treble and punitive damages, as well as restitution for New Mexicans harmed and killed by these products
Please read this compelling four-page letter with 11 pages of exhibits below.
Late February 2023 Update
Mr. Looney received an unsigned response letter from New Mexico Attorney General Raul Torrez, which may be read below. AG Torrez seems uninterested in the health and well-being of New Mexicans.Torres
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