This pharmacist is suspected of having made false purchase orders declared to the Primary Health Insurance Fund. He was indicted and remanded in custody in December 2021.
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Published on 01/18/2022 19:55
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A Parisian pharmacist is suspected of having embezzled 18 million euros by charging for false antigenic tests, franceinfo learned on Tuesday January 18 from a judicial source, confirming information from the newspaper The Parisian. He was charged and remanded in custody on December 17.
As a pharmacist, this 46-year-old man could provide antigenic tests to health professionals, but he is therefore suspected of having made false order forms declared to the Primary Health Insurance Fund (CPAM). In total, he is thus suspected of having embezzled 18 million euros between September and the beginning of December 2021.
His maneuvers finally intrigued the Paris health insurance fund, which filed a complaint at the beginning of December. A judicial investigation had been opened in the process. The pharmacist is indicted for “organized gang fraud”, “organized gang money laundering”, and “forgery and use of forgery”.
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