As expected, there has been a brisk traffic in bogus “vaccination” certificates wherever vax passes and mandates have been imposed. In the following case from Germany, it’s not clear whether the doctor who was busted acted out of pecuniary motives, or because he believes that the mandates are morally and ethically wrong.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from T-Online. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:
Doctor is said to have barricaded himself in
False vaccination certificates: Police storm practice
Opponents of vaccination reportedly lined up for him because he distributed masses of false certificates. Now the police came to raid — and apparently had to break down the door.
On Thursday afternoon, the police searched the practice of a doctor in Leverkusen who is said to have issued false certificates for exemption from a corona vaccination. The Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger reported about it first.
According to the newspaper, a reporter witnessed the raid: the doctor barricaded himself in, and the police then forcibly opened the door to the practice. In the last few days — according to the newspaper — there have been long queues in front of the practice.
Cologne public prosecutor’s office: Raid due to paragraph 278 of the Criminal Code
According to a spokesman for the public prosecutor’s office, the doctor is suspected of “issuing a certificate to various patients — without having previously examined them for their current state of health — for use by authorities — in which the patients are certified to have unspecified medical conditions as reasons not to be able to receive a Covid-19 vaccination.”
The raid took place on the basis of a decision by the district court in Cologne, it said. There was initial suspicion against the owner of the practice according to Section 278 of the Criminal Code: “Issuing incorrect health certificates”. In particularly serious cases, if the perpetrator acts commercially or as a member of a gang, there is a risk of up to five years in prison. [What would the penalty be for doctors who willingly and for serious financial reasons inject people with poison?]
The public prosecutor’s office declined to comment on the specific case. “In view of the ongoing investigation, and to protect the personal rights of those involved in the proceedings,” this is currently not possible, according to the public prosecutor.
Afterword from the translator:
Every doctor acts — or at least should act — out of good knowledge and conscience. Then he makes his decisions. The fact that a mask, for example, is harmful to health (CO2 rebreathing, germs, bacterial growth in the mouth, fungal infestation in the lungs, etc.) no longer needs to be discussed!
It is completely understandable that some doctors issued blank certificates at the time, because these facts cannot be refuted.
The same applies to experimental gene therapy, which has no effect — except side-effects — and is linked to a malicious criminal background.