Yesterday, the Florida Supreme Court approved Governor Ron DeSantis’ request to impanel a grand jury to review evidence to hold COVID-19 injection manufacturers accountable under Florida law.
Governor DeSantis held a “Public Health Integrity Committee” live roundtable conference on December 13 with medical professionals and vaccine injured citizens and announced that the State of Florida is taking action to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable for COVID shot-related injuries and misconduct.
Governor DeSantis stated, “In Florida, it is against the law to mislead and to misrepresent, particularly when you’re talking about the efficacy of a drug.”
The order from the Florida Supreme Court read, “1. A statewide grand jury shall be promptly impaneled for a term of twelve calendar months, to run from the date of impanelment, with jurisdiction throughout the State of Florida, to investigate crime, return indictments, make presentments, and otherwise perform all functions of a grand jury with regard to the offenses stated herein. 2. The statewide grand jury shall be drawn from the certified jury lists submitted by the chief judges of the Fifth, Sixth, Tenth, Twelfth, and Thirteenth Judicial Circuits.”
“3. The Honorable Ronald Ficarrotta, Chief Judge in and for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, is designated as presiding judge over the statewide grand jury. In his capacity as the presiding judge, the Honorable Ronald Ficarrotta shall maintain judicial supervision of the statewide grand jury, and all indictments, presentments, and formal returns of any kind made by such grand jury shall be returned to the presiding judge. The presiding judge may designate an alternate presiding judge in the event of calendar conflicts or otherwise and to assist in the administrative process of the statewide grand jury. 4. John A. Tomasino, Clerk of the Supreme Court of Florida, is hereby designated clerk of this statewide grand jury and is empowered to deputize any clerk of a circuit court or any deputy clerk of a circuit court to issue necessary process and to carry out the administrative functions of the statewide grand jury,” the order read….