New Jersey

COVID-19 Humanity Betrayal ㅤ Memory Project

Halt Hospital Homicides

by | Mar 4, 2023

  • We are witnessing crimes against humanity happening throughout the United States and all over the world.
  • For over three years, the people have been abused, manipulated, maligned, and sometimes even murdered in the name of public health.
  • We, the people, harmed by these unconstitutional measures, are dedicated to pushing back on this encroachment on our civil liberties, and putting a stop to these grievous harms the people are being forced to endure at the hands of those entrusted to protect.

The Former Feds Freedom Foundation is composed of survivors, victims, and families of victims who have suffered grievous harm as a result of malicious public health policy.

The COVID-19 Humanity Betrayal Memory Project is building a living archive of crimes against humanity committed during the COVID crisis.  CHBMP is an online resource for information regarding individual victims of the FDA Death Protocol including remdesivir and the concerted effort to deny COVID victims safe and effective alternatives to expensive and often deadly EUA drugs, victims of vaccine mandates, and others who have been harmed in the name of public health.  We are working in New Jersey to expose these crimes and increase our victim outreach, so we can assist others in documenting and sharing their personal stories.

Here in New Jersey, Charlene Delfico has volunteered to be the state chairperson.  Charlene has experience in the political arena and has already begun to meet with state and local representatives to educate them about our initiative.  Former Feds has played an important role in finding attorneys throughout the country to represent the victims and their families in filing lawsuits.  You can contact Charlene at  or  (908) NJCHBMP

Former Feds also provides unmatched support.  There are weekly support calls to help the families of the victims and victims recovering from the abuse of protocol.

Former Feds has also implemented an Amnesty and Leniency Program to encourage whistleblowers to come forward without fear.

There are also many opportunities to volunteer on many different committees.  Legislative action, writing/editing, victim outreach and support, media, nurses for records review, researching, legal, and a medical panel of doctors.  Please consider joining us in our fight!

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