Statements of offense issued for false vaccine evidence in Quebec | Coronavirus

Statements of offense served for false vaccine evidence in Quebec | Coronavirus

A second wave of statements of offense is coming as more than 200 cases have been submitted to the DPCP.

About ten statements of offense have been submitted in recent weeks to offenders for obtaining and using false vaccine evidence in Quebec, following investigations by the Permanent Anti-Corruption Unit (UPAC).

A second wave of statements of offense is coming as more than 200 cases have been submitted to the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions (DPCP), the Anti-Corruption Commissioner said Thursday.

Offences relate to the Public Health Act. Fines can range from $1,000 to $6,000.

In addition to these first criminal proceedings, the commissioner specifies in a press release that some thirty criminal investigations are also open.

This winter, UPAC announced the holding of investigations into various fraudulent schemes aimed at the use, manufacture or trafficking of false passports vaccines. The commissioner mentions that the investigations tend to show that the offenses occurred almost everywhere in Quebec.

In February, the director of the DPCP had sent an instruction arguing that the manufacture or x27;Use of false vaccine passport should not be subject to non-judicial treatment or alternative measure.

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