Did a Philippines court issue an international arrest warrant for Bill Gates for premeditated murder?!
Take a look at the viral claim, and find out what the facts really are!
Claim : Philippines Issued Arrest Warrant For Bill Gates!
People are sharing a NewsPunch article, which claims that a Philippines court issued an international arrest warrant for Bill Gates for premeditated murder!
It’s rather long, so feel free to skip to the next section for the facts!
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Truth : Philippines Did NOT Issued Arrest Warrant For Bill Gates
This is yet another example of FAKE NEWS created and propagated by anti-vaccination activists, and here are the reasons why…
Fact #1 : NewsPunch Is A Fake News Website
Like Real Raw News, NewPunch is a FAKE NEWS website that capitalises on making shocking but fake stories to generate page views and money.
It was founded as Your News Wire in 2014, before being rebranded as NewsPunch in November 2018. A 2017 BuzzFeed report identified NewsPunch as the second-largest source of popular fake news spread on Facebook that year.
Their articles have been regularly debunked as fake news, so you should NEVER share anything from NewsPunch. Here are some of their fake stories that I personally debunked earlier:
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Fact #2 : Philippines Court Did Not Issue Arrest Warrant For Bill Gates
To be clear, there is no active arrest warrant for Bill Gates in the Philippines, or any other part of the world.
For one thing, no legitimate media outlet in the Philippines, or internationally, has reported such an arrest warrant. If an arrest warrant was issued for a billionaire and celebrity like Bill Gates, you can be sure it would have been reported far and wide.
A judge in the Philippines can issue an arrest warrant, but only if a public prosecutor files for one in an actual court case.
There are also no court cases involving Bill Gates, or the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in the Philippines. So how can any judge issue an arrest warrant?
Fact #3 : No Such Thing As International Arrest Warrant
There is no such thing as an international arrest warrant. Arrest warrants issued by courts in the Philippines are limited to that country.
In the event the person is overseas, the police may file an Interpol Red Notice. However, an Interpol Red Notice is not an international arrest warrant.
Fact #4 : Bill Gates Was Not Involved In Philippines Vaccination Program
Bill Gates was never involved in the COVID-19 vaccination program in the Philippines, which was run by the government itself, under the Philippine National Vaccination Program and Implementation Plan.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was also not involved in the COVID-19 vaccination program in the Philippines. Even if the Foundation was involved in some kind of crime, it would have been charged in court, not Bill Gates himself.
Fact #5 : Murder Is Premeditated By Definition
It is odd for any court to issue an arrest warrant for premeditated murder, since murder is by definition, premeditated. Accidentally killing someone is called “manslaughter”
It would be like saying that you need a towel to wipe “wet water”, when a normal person would simply say “water”.
Fact #6 : Bill Gates Was Never Banned From Philippines
As far as I can ascertain, Bill Gates was never banned from entering the Philippines in 2016, or anytime in his life.
Fact #7 : Heinous Crimes Court Does Not Exist
There is no court in the Philippines, or anywhere else in the world, that is known as the Heinous Crimes Court.
Fact #8 : Organisations Cannot Issue Super-Injunctions
The claim that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation issued a super-injunction is ludicrous. Only a court can issue a super-injunction.
Even then, super-injunctions do not prevent the media from reporting on any court case. It only blocks the publication of WHY an injunction was obtained, and the reporting that an injunction was obtained.
Fact #9 : Bill Gates Was Only Arrested In 1977
Interestingly, Bill Gates was once arrested in 1977, for driving his Porsche far above the speed limit in New Mexico.
His mugshot went viral at that time, even though there was no social media back then. Quite a feat!
Fact #10 : COVID-19 Vaccines Proven Safe + Effective
COVID-19 vaccines underwent massive clinical trials, and were only approved after they were proven to be safe and effective.
In addition, they were constantly monitored after they received their approvals, which picked up rare side effects after they were administered to billions of people.
Anti-vaccination activists have often claimed that those who received the vaccine would die. Yet, the opposite was true – the vaccines are not only safe, they are effective in protecting people from getting hospitalised or dying from COVID-19.
Even prominent antivaxxer Steve Kirsch is healthy and well, despite being fully-vaccinated against COVID-19!
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