Wisconsin pharmacist accuses clinic doctor of vaccination


  • According to new court filings, Steven Brandenburg was charged with Class A misconduct at his hearing in Ozuki County Circuit Court on Tuesday.

  • Brandenburg intentionally dropped 550 doses of the modern vaccine from a clinic refrigerator where he worked in Wisconsin.

  • Ozaukee County District Attorney Adam Gerol elaborated that the nature of the allegations against Brandenburg may change, depending on whether the removed vaccines are considered ineffective.

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According to the new court, Wisconsin pharmacist Steven Bradenberg, accused of tampering with vials of the modern COVID-19 vaccine, has been charged with a misdemeanor.

Brandenburg was arrested on December 31 by the Grafton Police Department after an internal investigation by his employer, Advocate Aurora Health, that he “knowingly” removed 550 doses of the modern vaccine from a clinic refrigerator where he worked.

Advocate Arora Health initially claimed that the pharmacist’s actions were a “human mistake”, but staff and vigilant officers were later set ablaze after deliberate action.

In custody, Brandenburg, a conspiratorial theorist, told authorities that he believed in conspiracy theories about the vaccine and believed the world was “crashing.”

Brandenburg admitted deliberately to remove the vials from refrigeration overnight on 24 December and then on the night of 25 December at Grafton Medical Center.

According to online court filings, Brandenburg was charged with a Class A misdemeanor during a hearing in Ozuki County Circuit Court on Tuesday, and could face up to nine months in jail, a fine of $ 10,000, or punishment.

Ozaukee County District Attorney Adam Gerol elaborated that the nature of the allegations against Brandenburg may change, depending on whether the removed vaccines are considered ineffective.

At a press conference earlier this month, Aurora CEO Jeff Bahr said staff at the clinic were forced to throw more than 500 doses.

“The best evidence at this point is that the vaccine is viable,” Gerol said on Tuesday.

Modern vaccine vials can stay at room temperature for up to 12 hours and stored at 36 to 46 degrees Fahrenheit.

“I included a quote from the resident expert within my criminal complaint,” Gerol added according to WUWM. “That said, it is being sent to Modern for further testing. If something were to come forward, the charges could change.”

According to the Associated Press, Brandenburg’s pharmaceutical license was also stripped by the state last week.

Brandenburg pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, and his next court date has been set for March 18.

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