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NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST LEAVE TO INTERVENE at International Criminal Court, The Netherlands re: ICC reference: OTP-CR-473/21

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Tue, Dec 21, 2021 at 11:08 AM



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The Office of the Prosecutor
International Criminal Court ("ICC")
Attention:  Mr. Mark P. Dillon
Head of Information & Evidence Unit
The Hague, The Netherlands

ICC reference:  OTP-CR-473/21

Greetings Mr. Dillon et al.:


The People of the United States of America ex rel. Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.,

Private Attorney General (retired) and Agent of the United States as Qui Tam Relator,

respectfully submit to the ICC our NOTICE OF INTENT to request leave to intervene

in the CRIMINAL COMPLAINT identified above.


We wish to take this opportunity to notify the ICC and all affected personnel

of Article 7 in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights ("ICCPR"),

to wit:


                                           Article 7
No one  shall be  subjected to  torture or  to cruel,  inhuman or
degrading treatment  or punishment.   In particular, no one shall
be subjected  without his  free consent  to medical or scientific
experimentation.  [emphasis added]


Although the United States is a signatory to the latter Treaty, ratified by the

U.S. Senate under authority of the Supremacy Clause in the U.S. Constitution,

the U.S. Senate attempted to append a "not self-executing" Declaration

to its formal ratification documents:



"(1) That the United States declares that the provisions of

articles 1 through 27 of the Covenant are not self-executing.


Our extensive legal research and related formal litigation in the USA

have found that said "not self-executing" Declaration is UNconstitutional

for two (2) important and verifiable reasons, explained formally in the

following MOTION as filed and served in the U.S. District Court

for the Western District of Missouri with attachments:


(Federal judge failed to rule, however)


Please also give formal NOTICE to the Executive Order which was

incorporated formally into the latter MOTION:




The general rule in American jurisprudence, applicable

in the instant matter, is this:  unconstitutionality dates from the

moment of enactment, not from any decision(s) so branding

the act(s) in question.



Accordingly, Article 7 in the ICCPR is enforceable supreme Law

in the United States of America that is subject to numerous

applicable provisions of the Federal Criminal Code,

including but not limited to 18 U.S.C. sections 241, 242, 175-178,

1961 and 2332b(g)(5)(B), to wit:


Other relevant provisions of the Constitution, Laws and Treaties

of the United States are omitted from this NOTICE, for purposes

of brevity.



Thank you for your dedicated and continuing professional consideration

of all serious matters that arise from the above.



Attachments:  please incorporate the following timely and relevant essay,

and all other documents linked to the latter, as if all were set forth fully here:


"U.S. Criminal Code and the Biological Weapons Convention":



Cc:  Ms. Hannah Rose, UK attorney on behalf of

the peoples of the United Kingdom proprio motu



Bcc:  other interested colleagues



Receipt by The Hague (6 December 2021)




Sincerely yours,
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.  (retired)
Private Attorney General, Civil RICO: 18 U.S.C. 1964;

Agent of the United States as Qui Tam Relator (4X),

Federal Civil False Claims Act: 31 U.S.C. 3729 et seq.

All Rights Reserved

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