German Nurse Accused of Injecting 8,600 Patients with Saline Solution Instead of Experimental Vaccine Walks Free

A German nurse accused of injecting at least 8,600 patients with a saline solution instead of giving them the experimental COVID-19 jab has been given no jail time for her offense and now walks the streets a free woman.

39-year-old Antje T, a Red Cross nurse, is getting six months probation after she was found guilty of six counts of intentional assault but will serve no jail time. She said that she only gave the saline solution to patients because the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines were compromised and disputed that she gave it to thousands of patients.

“The accused had shared various conspiracy theories on the Internet and on social media,” said court spokesman Torben Toelle on the case.

“However, the chamber could not determine with the necessary certainty that this set of ideas was the motive for her actions and that she then acted to sabotage a vaccination campaign,” Toelle added.

The sentence may be appealed in the future.

Big League Politics has reported on the heinously unethical behavior from pharma executives as they have pushed their vaccines on the masses:

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has been found guilty of making “disgracefully misleading” statements regarding child vaccination by a British pharmaceutical regulatory authority.

Bourla stated last year to the BBC that “there is no doubt in my mind that the benefits, completely, are in favor of” sticking children aged between five and 11 with his experimental vaxx. In order to justify pushing his death shots upon children, Bourla claimed that “Covid in schools is thriving.”

“This is disturbing, significantly, the educational system and there are kids that will have severe symptoms,” he said.

Following the interview, the parental rights organization UsForThem issued a complaint to the Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA) accusing the Pfizer CEO of “disgracefully misleading” remarks that were “extremely promotional in nature.” They alleged that Bourla violated the tenets for ethical behavior set out by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI).

“There is simply no evidence that healthy schoolchildren in the UK are at significant risk from the SARS COV-2 virus and to imply that they are is disgracefully misleading,” the complaint read.

The PMCPA reviewed the complaint and found that Bourla was indeed in violation of the ABPI’s code of practice in several ways for his public disinformation campaign in favor of pushing the jab on children. Pfizer attempted to appeal the ruling, but their appeal was denied.

In a sane world, this woman would be given a medal for her heroic acts of civil disobedience.

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