The prosecutor’s office accuses the theologian of, inter alia, for dangerous bodily injury, document forgery and fraud. So far, no health complications have been reported for the vaccinated persons, but the offense of bodily harm could have occurred, “because the defendant does not have the necessary medical qualifications and the required consent of the vaccinated has been fraudulent,” reports “Spiegel”.
A spokesman for the prosecution said that the theologian’s motives were unknown. The accused did not refer to the charges. He only confessed to the forging of his license to practice as a doctor. If convicted, he may face a prison sentence, the prosecutor’s office said.
The theologian came to the vaccination centers in Rosenheim and Karlsfeld (Dachau County) with a forged license to practice medicine and started working there. In the district of Rosenheim, he also participated in mobile vaccination campaigns in retirement homes and nursing homes, writes “Spiegel”.