Breaking News From Portugal: A “Citizen’s Petition” has compelled health authorities to reveal autopsy details of deaths attributed to “Covid-19” between Jan 2020 and April 2021. Now a Lisbon court has confirmed (details to be clarified as we learn more) that only 152 died of what is considered true “Covid”—not the claimed 17,000.

The court document, in Portuguese, is on the website: of Andre Dias, PhD in Lung Disease Modeling, with background in epidemiology and Medical Statistics. The court ruling in Portuguese is here and an English translation is in the works, via collages at Freedom Travel Alliance. The translation will be posted here as soon as it is ready.

On Dr. Dias website, this text appears above the court document, likely his words:

Via Google Translate:

“Judgment PDF

Since March 2020, 152 people have died of covid in Portugal, formally indicated by the Ministry of Health and confirmed by a court.

All the “others” died from everything else that kills and only had a useless positive PCR test!

The data are from SICO, the only death certificate system in Portugal. The reference to “under the tutelage of the MJ is spurious, all are issued under the tutelage of the MJ, which is the only institution that issues them.

We live in a fraud of unprecedented dimensions.

In response to a popular action, a court summons was required for the ministry to respond, desperate not to denounce the fraud.

All those responsible for handling data from “cases” and “deaths” can, thereafter, only be tried for the crime if there is any dignity remaining in the rule of law.”

Dias bio, translated:

My name is André Dias. I have a Ph.D. in Lung Disease Modeling from the University of Tromso, Norway, home of the WHO Reference Partner Norwegian Center for Telemedicine. I developed the experimental work at the Institute of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology of the Technical University of Munich in collaboration with Helmoholtz Zentrum Munich, one of the most prestigious institutions in the world in the field of research in epidemiology.