I just learned that Amnesty International has confirmed what many of us have known for a long time, that the government violated the basic human rights of the elderly. In a report entitles "as though they were expandable" Amnesty stated, using a huge body of evidence, that the government is directly responsible for the deaths of thousands of elderly people, by throwing them out of hospital without testing if they were ill, and than illegally placing do not resuscitate orders (DNR) on them. I think the importance of this is that while we have always been able to substantiate our views against lockdown with evidence, we now have an impartial human rights organisation supporting our view. Particularly, I think this should silence anyone so deluded as to believe that lockdown protects the elderly, I would recommend referring to the Amnesty report whenever anyone tries to use someone else's sadly dying grandparent as an attempt to defend unjustifiable government policy. Is there anyway we could publicises the results of the Amnesty report as far as possible?