Ohio Judge Makes Getting the Experimental “Vaccine” A Condition for Probation

This effectively means that you are jailed for not taking the deadly vaxx.

It maybe even literally means that. That would be a question of semantics.

Life Site News:

A Franklin County judge has begun requiring some defendants to take an experimental COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of their probation, saying he “just want(s) them to be safe in the community.”

According to a report by the Ohio Capital Journal on June 25, Common Pleas Judge Richard Frye started adding COVID-19 vaccination to the terms of probation for some defendants. At the time of the article, Frye had required the jab in three of the 20 cases he heard that week.

In one of the three cases, defendant Cameron Stringer was sentenced to two years of probation for improper handling of firearms and possession of cocaine. Conditions of Stringer’s probation include submitting to random drug screening, avoiding additional legal trouble, and providing proof of COVID-19 vaccination to the probation department within 30 days, according to court documents.

“I think it’s a reasonable condition when we’re telling people to get employed and be out in the community,” Judge Frye said, adding that he would not “speculate” about circumstances in which a defendant might object to the requirement for religious, philosophical, or medical reasons.

Mary Holland, president and general counsel at Children’s Health Defense, told LifeSiteNews in an interview Thursday that the judge’s decision to require COVID-19 vaccination was “jaw-dropping.”

“I would argue that that’s illegal,” said Holland, who is former research scholar and director of the graduate lawyering program at New York University School of Law and has taught courses at Columbia Law School.

“The shots at this point are Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) only,” she said. “They’re experimental. Federal law requires that people have the right to refuse an experimental medical product and that includes people on probation, people in incarcerated settings, people in mental health settings, it means everybody.”

“Coming out of World War II, the U.S. instigated the Nuremberg Code, and the first principle is: The consent of the individual is ‘absolutely essential,’” Holland said, adding that since Judge Frye is providing sustained jail time as the alternative to vaccination, “what he is doing is illegal.”

One would think it would have to be illegal, but the word “illegal” hasn’t meant anything since March of 2020.

The law was already coming unglued, due to the enforcement of various race-oriented policies, as well as all of that gay anal stuff, and the surrender to multinational corporations. But it was the Virus Law that ultimately abolished the traditional American system of law based on the US Constitution by replacing it completely.

If we have any remnants of Constitutional Law or Common Law, they are just that – remnants. Like pieces of charred wood found on the site of a church burning.

Virus Law is in the driver’s seat.

Other judges in Ohio are already following suit.

The Journal said it is “unclear how widespread” Judge Frye’s judicial practice is, but at least one other Ohio judge is doing something similar. A spokesman for the Ohio Supreme Court, which provides oversight of lower courts, notified the Journal about an Cuyahoga County judge who is offering “time off” probation if defendants take the shot.

According to an NBC-affiliate news station based in Cleveland, Judge David Matia has been giving defendants the option to reduce their probation time if they prove they got vaccinated.

While Matia said he cannot force defendants to take the experimental vaccine, he expressed hope that other judges would follow his example and use the option of reduced probation time to incentivize vaccination.

According to Holland, incentives to take the jab is likely unethical and violates the Nuremberg Code, but it is probably not illegal. Requiring vaccination in order to avoid jail time, however, is “a different story.”

“When you say ‘I’m going to fire you,’ ‘you can’t come to school,’ ‘you can’t have probation,’ ‘you can’t participate in this Medicaid program,’ ‘you can’t come to the hospital,’” Holland said, “those are things that are clearly coercive, and I think those things are illegal.”

“I hope that there’s a criminal defense lawyer in Ohio who’s going to take that on,” Holland added.

Even if there is a lawyer willing to take it on, he won’t get anywhere.

You have to understand: we are literally living under anarchy.

Yes, Bill Cosby was recently released, after having been illegally jailed as part of a rape hoax. But that is an example of a remnant of the old system still hanging around.

Just so: maybe a lawyer could get the vaxx requirement ruled as illegal, but they would just come back with it a couple months later. Or, some other judge would come in and say “oh well actually, no, it isn’t illegal.”

You can’t win this game.

You just have to run.