Vaccine Fraud in Europe

The police have discovered a massive vaccine fraud in Europe, and it is shocking. Since I cover a lot of stories about fraud, we are going to cover it here on Wolves and Finance. Do me a favor. Share this video on social media if you use Twitter or Facebook or Gettr. No one in the American news media is covering this story. I do not understand why, because this is real fraud happening with the vaccines and no one knows about it. WATCH NOW










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Police statement


Here is the police statement from the National Police Website in Spain. I have translated it into English. This is from January of this year. In this statement, they explain they have arrested seven people for document fraud and fraud against public health. This number has since increased to 15 people arrested. The crime was selling fake vaccine passports and test results.

I need to explain that this is an ongoing investigation, and more details are still coming out. We have to realize that everyone is innocent until proven guilty. However, some people in the case have already admitted guilt.

Here is what we know so far.

2,200 people in Spain participated in the fraud. They contacted a nurse through social media and paid money to receive vaccine passports and fake vaccine test results. I apologize in advance if I mispronounce some of these names. Many of these people are rich and famous including Jose Maria Fernandez Sousa-Faro. He is one of the richest men in Spain and the President of PharmaMar, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in Spain, a company that was researching COVID-19. Why would the president of a pharmaceutical company pay to not get the vaccine?

But it does not stop there. Other people involved include soccer player Bruno Gonzalez Cabrera, former Olympian beach volleyball player Fabio Diez Steinaker, boxer Jose Luis Zapater (also called Tintin), a singer Kidd Keo, a rap singer Anier, another rap singer Jarfaiter, and actress Veronica Echegui, and a prestigious doctor named Camilo Esquivel.

The investigation started in the Spanish city of Madrid under the codename Operation Jenner. The fraud was uncovered by a police officer investigating terrorism. He contacted an extremist Islamic group who was in France, but he told them he could not travel out of the country because he was not vaccinated. He wrote them and said, “I don’t have a COVID-19 passport; I am not vaccinated. Allah does not allow me to put anything impure in my body.”

They replied that they could get him a passport as well as get him registered on the National Registry of Vaccination.

The investigation led to a nurse working in a Madrid hospital. She was arrested, and she admitted in a statement that she had stolen keys to access the computers for the database.

The nurse was part of a larger criminal organization headquartered in France. But so far, only the Spanish participants in the fraud have been reported on in the press. We do not know yet what has been happening in France.

The group was charging €50 (US$56) for a negative PCR test certificate and between E200 to E1,000 ($224 to $1,124) for a COVID-19 passport. They changed the prices based on how rich the person was. They would ask for payment in cryptocurrency. Upon payment they would send the person a QR code containing the vaccination information, and then two days later, the clients would receive the forged Covid-19 passports. With over 2,000 clients, they probably made over $1M.

This fraud happened in Europe. So, you might be wondering, could the same thing happen in the United States? Guess what? It did. The exact same fraud.

In New York, in January, two healthcare workers in Long Island, New York, were arrested for selling fake vaccination cards and entering the information into the New York vaccine database. They were working out of a children’s clinic called “Wild Child Pediatric Healthcare.” They were selling the vaccine cards for $220 for adults and $85 for children. They made over $1.5M. When the police raided their homes, they found $900k in cash and an accounting ledger showing their earnings.

However, unlike in Spain, the names of the rich and famous people in New York who bought fake vaccine cards have not been released to the public.

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