June 21, 2021

Dr. Maria Rosaria Capobianchi, Director of Virology, Istituto Nazionale per le Malattie Infettive Lazzaro Spallanzani (National Institute of Infectious Diseases Lazzaro Spallanzani), Italy failed to provide or cite even 1 record re purification of the alleged COVID-19 virus aka “SARS-COV-2”.

Details from Dr. Fabio Franchi, author of “COVID-19. The catastrophe caused by the virus that is not there”:

“The UHRTA association in Trieste submitted a request for access to acts at the Spallanzani Institute in Rome last June via Michele RODARO, with the question of whether there was documentation proving the viral isolation. Professor Maria Rosaria CAPOBIANCHI replied with a letter and an attachment listing 14 works of her research group.”

Dr. Franchi’s response to Capobianchi was sent on Sept. 10, by lawyer Michele Rodaro of URHTA.

Capobianchi’s FOI response and Dr. Franchi’s (priceless!) reply (including attachments) is posted here, with English translations (also from Dr. Franchi):


About Dr. Franchi:

“I worked as a physician (“Dirigente medico”) in an Infectious Diseases ward until retirement.

Medical Doctor

Specialized in:

Hygiene and Preventive Medicine

Infectious Diseases

Associated to Scientific Society for the Principle of Precaution (SSPP), Italy (registered association).

I published two books above the last one: “AIDS, la grande truffa (the great scam)”, in 1996, and “Vaccinazioni di massa: successo o fallimento?”, in 2019.

In 1998 a review article: “In search of virus HIV” (Italian – English), and in 1995 showed the same for HCV, and this last received an appreciation by some top researchers.

In 2016 I was among the first to show microcefalia epidemic was not due to Zika virus (published in a blog). Two years later (in 1998) two independent groups made observations and conclusions similar to mine, in published papers.”

Thank you to Christine Massey for this excellent work.

Amandha D Vollmer
BSc, Herbalist, Reiki Master,
Holistic Health Practitioner,
Degree of Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine