Wisconsin Hospital StaffWith hundreds Investigators said they believed the vaccine could harm people and alter their DNA, according to a probable cause statement obtained by CBS affiliate WDJT-TV. Experts have said that there is no evidence that the vaccine can alter DNA.
The employee, identified in the statement as pharmacist Steven Brandenburg, is accused of intentionally removing 57 vials of modern vaccine from a pharmacy refrigerator at Aurora Medical Center and leaving them out overnight. The company said it was removed after the employees intentionally removed the vials. He was arrested by Grafton Police last week.
A probable cause statement written by a Grafton police detective, Brandenburg, told investigators that he believed the vaccine was “not safe for people and could harm them and alter their DNA.” It is also alleged that Brandenburg admitted that the molestation was “a deliberate act”.
The detective who wrote the statement also called Brandenburg an “accepted conspiracy theorist”, but did not elaborate.
Aurora Medical Center originally said it was forced to throw out more than 500 doses of the vaccine because of the incident, costing it between $ 8,000 and $ 11,000. According to The Associated Press, Ozuki County District Attorney Adam Gerol said Monday during a virtual hearing that the vials were intact and would be tested by Modern. Gerol said he planned to wait to see if the dose had actually become ineffective before filing charges.
Grafton police said some people had received vaccine supplements, which had been removed from refrigeration – but the department said it did not appear that any of those people were at medical risk.
WDJT-TV reported that a judge set Brandenburg’s bond for $ 10,000 and ordered him to have no contact with Aurora’s employees and deposit his firearms at the office. His next hearing will be on 19 January.