The Amos Center for Justice & Liberty was born in 2020 out of a great need when our civil liberties and constitutional rights were being attacked by astonishing edicts and decrees coming out of both the federal and state governments at breakneck speed.
It was as if both the U.S. Constitution and the State of Wisconsin's Constitution had been thrown into a burning pit and was being consumed by flames right before our eyes.
As a fledgling law firm, we first started out by dealing with election fraud issues in Wisconsin. Next it became the issue of unconstitutional mandatory masks; then the loss of jobs for not wearing those masks; then religious exemptions were needed for workers and students to keep jobs and stay in schools if they refused the "jab." But at that time, we still could not imagine the coming horror and tidal wave of human needs that was about to wash over us.
In October of 2021, staff at the Amos Center began receiving phone calls from family members asking for help to save their loved ones in hospitals throughout the State of Wisconsin and beyond. That is when we became involved in the Gahl v. Aurora Hospital case regarding the administration of Ivermectin for patients, which is scheduled for oral arguments before the Wisconsin Supreme Court on January 17, 2023, on a petition for review.
"We knew in March of 2020 there were a whole host of effective drugs which could have stopped this pandemic. If we had broadly, widely, adopted early treatment, we would have saved hundreds of thousands of lives...we would have abolished this Pandemic. It is an outrage, a moral, ethical, medical outrage that we were not allowed to treat patients with safe, effective, cheap, repurposed drugs in favor of Big Pharmaceutical control."
— The most cited ICU Doctor in America, Co-founder of FLCCC Dr. Paul Marik
Amos Center for Justice & Liberty's purpose of providing justice for the weak and vulnerable fit these emerging human needs perfectly. Amos was a Minor Prophet in the Old Testament. This Book of the Bible was about God's anger with the nation of Israel for no longer providing justice on behalf of the weak and the vulnerable. The name "Amos Center for Justice & Liberty" fit perfectly with the times, the legal needs, and the emerging events as they began to unfold in the year 2020 and then spanned into 2021 and 2022.
"Many hundreds of thousands of Americans would still be alive today."
— Co-founder of FLCCC, expert on early treatment, Dr. Pierre Kory
The mission of Amos Center for Justice is to ensure that every life matters in a world that no longer values or protects life.
The Amos Center will take a strong stand in favor of defending and protecting life at every stage. We will provide strategic litigation where necessary to vindicate the rights of those who are vulnerable and those who have already been killed in hospitals through government mandated protocols which have financially incentivized death and through so-called "vaccine" jabs which have killed tens of thousands of people in the U.S., at the very least. We now also find an alarming rate of miscarriages, stillbirths and fertility difficulties that are beginning to emerge. It is highly suspected that the "jabs" are to blame for these reproductive issues.
We have lived in a cultural of death for close to 50 years. We have killed well over 60 million unborn babies because of Roe v Wade. Therefore, it should be no surprise then that our hospitals are now killing people through Protocols of death and bioweapon "jabs" created by our own governments and a host of private sector corporations and non-profits.
But for the first time in almost 50 years, the unborn in Wisconsin have a respite from the threat of being aborted in the womb. The Dobbs decision earlier this year which overturned Roe v Wade revealed a long forgotten anti-abortion statute in Wisconsin that protects the unborn from abortion beginning at conception. It states that every unborn child is a "human being from conception."
The Amos Center for Justice and Liberty will stand against any legislators who threaten to repeal this statute. Our Republican Speaker of the Assembly, Robin Vos has already announced that he wants to cut a deal with Governor Evers to repeal this 170-year-old statute and replace it with a new statute that will provide "reasonable" abortions.
And so, the Amos Center will now go on the offense and will turn to strategic litigation wherever necessary to protect and defend life at every stage. Please join us in this fight by helping us to grow our legal team through financial support. We have created an Every Life Matters legal offense Fund for these purposes which you can donate to through the tab above or by sending a check to the Amos Center for Justice & Liberty, P.O. Box 28, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729.
"A day may come when the courage of men [and women] [sic] fails, when we forsake our friends and break all bonds of fellowship. But it is not this day. Today we fight!"
— J.R.R. Tolkien's character, Aragorn, in the Lord of the Rings: Return of the King