#25 Defending Corona V. Monster PCR and Case Numbers

PCR is the Aquilles Heel of the Case Against Corona V. Monster

Corona V. Monster Defense Team Meeting #1

Introduction by Corona V. Monster Defense Team Leader

Good Morning. As you all know, Corona V. Monster is accused of breaking and entering into the bodies of 1,051,361 New Yorkers (Citywide Case Count) with the intention of enslaving their cells and forcing them to produce viral spawn . He is also accused of the attempted murder of 117,959 (Citywide Hospitalized Count), and finally, the first degree murder of 33,977 people (Citywide Death Count). We interviewed CVM and he denies all charges. (See # 24 Detective Story).

Although he was the most unpleasant client I personally have ever interviewed (an excellent example of why we do not allow clients to testify in their own defense), you have all expressed surprise and perhaps even shock, to find strong evidence that supports his story.

In a matter of hours, the Definitions and Evidence Working Group notified us that the PCR test was “the Achilles heel” of the prosecution’s case. I tend to agree that the PCR test is a major weakness in the prosecution’s case, but, as the other Working Groups have discovered, the entire story has more holes than a wormy apple. Keep up the good work. Due to our time constraints, however, the meeting will concentrate on the PCR test and why it is such a gift for the defense.

I will now turn the the meeting over to the Definitions and Evidence Working Group.

Definitions and Evidence WG Report

The good news is that the evidence against CMV (Corona V. Monster) depends on the PCR test more than any other test or symptom. Therefore, the PCR test could be the Achilles heel of the prosecution’s case. The bad news is that there is tremendous institutional bias in favor of the PCR test. It is considered “the gold standard” of diagnosis.

The Case Count is divided into two groups: Confirmed (PCR ONLY) and Probable.

The Confirmed Cases all tested positive on a PCR test for Corona V. Monster aka SARS-CoV-2. We repeat, that is the ONLY criteria for Confirmed Cases. Let’s look more closely at the actual numbers.

Total Case Count  = 1,051,361
    Confirmed = 862,206 (PCR ONLY)
    Probable = 189,155 
Total Hospitalized Count = 117,949
Total Death Count = 33,977

The vast majority of the Total Case Count is PCR ONLY (862,206 out of 1,051,361). If we can cast doubt on PCR, we can eliminate the vast majority of cases and cast doubt on the rest of the prosecution’s case.

The problem is that we have to cast doubt in the minds of the judge and the jury, most of whom do not have the scientific background to understand how the PCR test works and why it might be flawed. We ourselves do not have the scientific background to be able to verify this line of reasoning. We will need the help of scientists, expert witnesses, who are critical of PCR and can give explanations that we, and therefore the judge and jury, can understand. I will now turn the meeting over to the Testing Working Group.

Testing Working Group Report

We have put together a series of videos of the kind of testimony that we need. These are experts with strong credentials who challenge PCR tests as they are being used against our client.

Kary Mullis

Credentials: Invented the PCR test. Received Nobel Prize in recognition of his invention.

Mullis has always maintained that PCR should not be used as a diagnostic tool in absence of symptoms. He opposed random testing of asymptomatic healthy people for HIV. He would have made a great witness for Corona, but he unfortunately died in August of 2019. However, we do have video footage which might be introduced into evidence. “What Kary Mullis says about PCR testing – some take away lessons for #COVID19”.


“How did they misuse PCR to estimate all these free RNA’s that may or may not be there?

I don’t think you can “misuse” PCR—the results, the interpretation of it—see, if…they could find this virus in you at all, and PCR, if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody, it starts making you believe in the sort of Buddhist notion that everything is contained in everything else…if you can amplify one single molecule up to something you can really measure, which PCR can do, then there are very few molecules that you don’t have at least one single one of them in your body. That is how it can be thought of as misuse of it—to claim that it is meaningful.

The real misuse of it is, you don’t need to test for HIV, you don’t need to test for the other 10,000 other retroviruses that are unnamed…it allows you to take a minuscule amount of anything and make it measurable and then talk about it meetings as if it is important—that’s not a misuse that is a sort of misinterpretation…the measurement for it is not exact at all. It’s not as good as our measurement for things like apples. An apple is an apple. If you get enough things that look kind of like an apple and you stick them all together, you might think of it as an apple. Those tests are all based on things that are invisible and the results are inferred…

It’s a process that’s used to make a whole lot of something out of something…it doesn’t tell you that you’re sick and it doesn’t tell you that the thing you ended up with really was going to hurt you or anything like that. “

Dr. Michael Yeadon

Credentials: Former vice president of Pfizer, where he spent 16 years as an allergy and respiratory researcher. He later co-founded a biotech firm that the Swiss drugmaker Novartis purchased for at least $325 million.

Dr Mike Yeadon, Unlocked – Covid-19 Government Mismanagement
Nov. 21, 2020

Transcript – Starts at Minute 15 of 32 of Video

“There is a test that is performed where people have their noses and tonsils swabbed and then a test called a PCR test is performed on that.

What they are looking for isn’t the virus… it is small piece of genetic sequence called RNA.
Unfortunately that bit of RNA will be found in people’s tonsils and nose not only if they are about to get ill or are already ill, it’s also going to be found if they were infected previously weeks and sometimes months ago.
If you have been infected and you have fought off the virus, as most people do, you’ll have broken dead bits of virus, spread all throughout the airway, embedded in the mucous, maybe inside an airway-lining cell. Over a few weeks or months, you bring up broken dead pieces of the virus that you have conquered and killed.

However, the PCR test cannot detect if the RNA has come from a living virus or a dead one. I think that a large proportion of the so-called positives are correctly identifying viral RNA in a sample, but it is from a dead virus that can’t hurt them. They are not going to get ill. They can’t transmit it to anyone else, they are not infectious.

That accounts for a large number of the so-called positive cases. These are people who have beaten the virus. Why are we using this test that cannot distinguish between active infection and people who have conquered the virus…

…PCR is technique used for forensic purposes, if you were trying to do a DNA test to find out whether or not a person was at the scene of a crime. You would not be doing these tests by in a windy supermarket car park in …a plastic tent on picnic tables. It’s not suitable at all and it shouldn’t have been done in the way it was done—Subject to many mechanical errors—handling errors. If this were a test being used for legal purposes, forensic purposes, DNA identity testing, the judge would throw out this evidence, say it’s not admissible. It produces positives even when there is no virus there at all—we call that a false positive.

As we increase the number of test done per day, so we have had to recruit less and less experienced laboratory staff and now we are using people who have never worked professionally in this area. It increases the frequency of mistakes increases. The effect of that is that the false positive number rises and rises…

The PCR test is monstrously unsuitable for finding who has the live virus in their airway. It is subject to multiple distortions. It will be worsening as we get into the winter as the number of tests increase, number of errors …will increase as well.

The best guess of the false positive rate at the moment, what is called the operating false positive rate is about 5%. Five percent of 300,000 is 15,000 positives. I think some of those positives are real, not very many. The problem with this false positive issue is that it doesn’t just stop at cases, It extends to people who are unwell and who go to hospital… if you go to the hospital and you test positive or you tested positive previously, you’ll be counted as a COVID admission. If you should now die, you will be counted as a COVID death. That’s not correct. These might be people who have gone to hospital having had a broken leg for example, but 3% of them will still test positive and they’re not. They haven’t got the virus.

The Moon Shot—”testing everybody every day is the way out of this problem”. I’m telling you it is the way to keep us in this problem. That number of testing is orders of magnitudes higher than we are already testing now. The false positive rate, how ever low it is, will be far too large to accept. It will produce an enormous number of false positives.

What we should do is stop mass testing. It is not just an affront to your liberty, it will not help at all. It will be immensely expensive. It will be a pathology all of its own…If you test a million people a day with a test that produces 1% false positives, ten thousand people a day will be wrongly told they have the virus. If the prevalence of the virus is 0.1%, then only a tenth of that number, 1000, will be correctly identified…

The pandemic, having passed through the population, not only of the UK, and all of Europe, but probably all of the world , it won’t return. Why won’t it return? Because we have T-Cell immunity…”

Dr. John Lee

Consultant Histopathologist at Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust

Professor of Pathology at Hull York Medical School

John Lee was born in 1961 and trained in medicine and science at University College London before specialising in cellular pathology.  He gained a PhD in pathophysiology and is a Fellow of Royal College of Pathologists and of the Institute of Biology…

His research interests have included the pathophysiology of cardiac and skeletal muscle, drugs which increase the strength of the heart, and various topics in the study of human disease, including cancer.

He wrote a monthly column for The Lancet Oncology for 5 years. Among many other roles, he has served as Director of Publications for the Royal College of Pathologists, a member of Council of the Physiological Society, Chairman of the Editorial Board of Biologist, and on the Editorial Board of Physiology News. He is currently Director of Cancer Services at Rotherham General Hospital…(continued here)

Videos and text at Evidence Not Fear (This website goes beyond the PCR test)


  • The UK Government’s Test and Trace policy isn’t working and is worse than useless.
  • 40 per cent of those asked to name their recent contacts were unable to remember anyone.
  • The tests on which Test and Trace is based are highly unreliable.
  • Covid is a coronavirus and its symptoms are vague: a cough, a raised temperature, the loss of taste and smell — all of which overlap with the symptoms for flu and the common cold.
  • When the procedure goes wrong, it generates a ‘false positive’ result: it indicates an infection where none exists.
  • Even with long-established tests, we’d expect to see false positives in perhaps one per cent of cases. With this one, it could quite conceivably be 5 per cent or higher.
  • This means that if 300,000 tests are processed in a day, perhaps 15,000 or more will generate inaccurate reports of Covid-19 infection.
  • One positive is not necessarily the same as another, but the Government numbers don’t differentiate.
  • Last week, it was reported that just 1,800 out of 110,000 occupied beds in hospitals were taken up by Covid-19 patients.
  • It is likely that those who died were elderly and suffering from co-morbidities such as heart disease and diabetes.
  • But it is also possible that they died from something else entirely — such as flu.

Additional Information comes from independent journalists.

Last American Vagabond

Off Guardian

89 search results. Some examples:

Repeat after me: “The PCR tests don’t work!” The pandemic is only as real as the test, and test is a dice roll. by Catte Black

“Making something out of nothing”: PCR tests, CT values and false positives A comment on the efficacy of the RT-PCR test in view of the Jaafar paper. by Niels Harrit PhD

WHO (finally) admits PCR tests create false positives Warnings concerning high CT value of tests are months too late…so why are they appearing now? The potential explanation is shockingly cynical.

COVID19 PCR Tests are Scientifically Meaningless Though the whole world relies on RT-PCR to “diagnose” Sars-Cov-2 infection

PCR Inventor: “It doesn’t tell you that you are sick” The MSM have been going all out trying to pretend this never happened, turns out it did by David James


Has COVID-19 Testing Made the Problem Worse?

Finally, Control Savvy has explained why the Cycle Threshold is so important in #19 PCR and Exponential Growth

Team Leader Closing Remarks

Although PCR appears to be an essential weakness in the prosecution’s case against our client, Corona V. Monster, it is important that we cover all aspects of this case.
Although we originally decided to meet three times a week and provide daily updates, the overwhelming amount of evidence we have uncovered will be not allow us the time to participate in frequent meetings or compile reports. Therefore, I suggest that you flag information that might help other groups, but continue to search and organize as much data as you can find in your own areas of research. I will be circulating among the groups on a regular basis. That’s all for now. Good work, everybody.

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