NCI to hold special virtual hearing

Nationwide: The National Citizens Inquiry will hold a special virtual hearing on Wednesday, June 28 at 6:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The NCI Commissioners have requested additional testimony from Professor Denis Rancourt, a former professor of physics at the University of Ottawa and a researcher with the Ontario Civil Liberties Association. During the NCI hearings in Quebec City and Ottawa Dr. Rancourt testified about all-cause mortality, regarding both the actual causes of death and the quantified lethal toxicity of the COVID-19 injections. He submitted an 894-page book of exhibits in support of his expert testimony.

The Commissioners have requested Dr. Rancourt to testify about the cost-benefit ratio of the lockdowns, social distancing measures and other non-pharmaceutical interventions. They have asked that he specifically comment on the meta-analysis contained in the book entitled: “Did Lockdown Works? – The Verdict on Covid Restriction”and on another paper titled, “How did the Covid pandemic response harm society? A global evaluation and state of knowledge review (2020-21)”

The virtual hearing will be stream on the NCI website https://nationalcitizensinquiry.ca/live as well as on the NCI’s other social media accounts including https://rumble.com/user/NationalCitizensInquiryCA and https://twitter.com/Inquiry_Canada.

NCI is a Canada-wide citizen-led and citizen-funded initiative to investigate governments’ COVID-19 policies in a fair and impartial manner that is completely independent from government. Through questioning led by lawyers, individual Canadians and experts present evidence to Independent Commissioners.

Media inquiries concerning the National Citizens Inquiry should be directed to: [email protected]