Dr. John Walsh thinks that: “what needs to be done is […] a class action by the people of the world, led by a few souls, that put the evidence before the court. So it can be exposed, and given to the whole world.”
As the first Chief Justice of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ), Sir John Walsh of Brannagh is determined to ensure that the Statue of ITNJ is followed and that the principles of the Free Access to Courts Act 1400 enacted during the reign of Henry IV are followed, videlicet- “Every person shall be in peace. All his liege people and subjects may freely and peaceably, in his sure and quiet protection, go and come to his courts, to pursue the laws, or defend the same, without disturbance or impediment of any. Full justice shall be done. Full justice and right be done, as well to the poor as to the rich, in his courts aforesaid”. Full biographical information is on LinkedIn, Who’s Who and Humanitad.