The trial ran from November 1945 to October 1946 and tried the core military and political leaders of Germany for crimes against humanity. The Nuremberg code rules were established during a conference in London and were put forth in the Charter of the International Military Tribunal of August 8, 1945. The charter defined four categories by which each defendant would be judged. These basically included conspiracy or planning to commit crimes against peace or humanity; committing crimes against peace; war crimes, which included the murder, abuse, or enslavement of civilian populations, prisoners, or the deliberate destruction of property, and ‘crimes against humanity’, which meant the extermination and murder of civilians based on their political, racial, or religious affiliation. Does that sound anything like the Plandemic?