Updated: Feb 6
Gates, Soros, and the Rockefeller family were charged by a Peruvian court with responsibility for creating the coronavirus.
The resolution came as a surprise as it was based on one of the many conspiracy theories surrounding COVID-19 that swirl daily on social media.
In its decision, the Chicha and Pisco Criminal Appeals Chamber said the pandemic was the invention of a "criminal elite around the world" made up of billionaires such as Soros, Gates, and Rockefeller, among others.
The court justified the delay by issuing a ruling on the appeal of the accused, who sought the abolition of preventive detention and whose permission was postponed due to the pandemic.
For Judges Tito Gallegos, Luis Legia, and Tony Changarei, the pandemic was "unpredictable" for all but the alleged creators, "who have been involved in it and continue to manage it with particular secrecy in their environment."
"No world government, individuals or legal entities, nor the defense of the accused can claim that this pandemic has the quality of 'foresight', except for the creators of the new world order, such as Bill Gates, Soros, Rockefeller, etc.," write the magistrates in a resolution posted on the portal LP Law.
Judges declared without a shadow of a doubt that the coronavirus was "created by a criminal elite that rules the world."
In particular, the document cites financial investor George Soros, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, and the Rockefeller family of billionaires, who are accused of "managing" and "continuing to direct" the virus into the "new world order."
The story was also reported on Spanish Yahoo! News:
"A Peruvian court affirmed in a resolution based on conspiracy theories that COVID-19 was an invention of the "criminal elites worldwide" made up, according to the magistrates of this court, by billionaires like George Soros, the Rockefeller family, and businessman Bill Gates," reads the article.
"After the content of the court's order was revealed to public opinion, the Decentralized Office of Magistracy Control (Odecma) of Ica, located some 400 kilometers south of Lima, opened a preliminary investigation to the magistrates who signed that resolution."
"The objective of the investigation is to gather the elements that help to determine the existence of alleged irregularities committed by the judges."