ANPEa protest against the government’s corona measures last year
NOS Nieuws•vandaag, 15:29
The police have arrested the three members of a collective that allegedly defrauded donors during the corona crisis. These are the members of the so-called ‘Extra-Parliamentary Investigation Committee’ (BPOC).
The three are suspected of embezzlement, fraud and money laundering. BPOC posed as critical researchers of corona policy and “interrogated” countless people.
The Public Prosecution Service, which announced the arrest of the three yesterday, does not want to confirm their names. The place of residence (Alphen aan den Rijn) and ages of the suspects do correspond with the BPOC members, who together form a family. It concerns a 58-year-old man, his 55-year-old wife and his 30-year-old daughter.
Lost trust of allies
BPOC said it investigated the government and prepared reports on it that were offered for sale. People could also send donations to the foundation for that research. This approach has long been questioned. So wrote the well-known Belgian virologist Marc Van Ranst Twitter: “I can imagine that some people find this very suspicious.”
The group also lost the trust of former allies such as YouTube channel Café Weltschmerz. This happened after all kinds of “agents” who had testified about repressive action on corona demonstrations didn’t seem to exist.
In the meantime, the BPOC continued to ask for donations for the research. The publication date of a so-called vaccination report was also constantly postponed, according to the following series of Twitter messages:
The AD reports that the suspects also worked closely with German lawyer Reiner Fuellmich. He was arrested last year for a similar scam. People were able to transfer 800 euros to Fuellmich to participate in a collective billion-dollar claim due to the corona measures.
The lawyer would have raised more than 1.4 million euros with it.
Virologist Van Ranst reacts today also on the arrest of the three: “Their ‘Extra-Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry’ was an amateur theater company that conducted ‘interrogations’ about the corona crisis in order to organize a ‘tribunal’, and above all a vehicle to extort money from unsuspecting wappies.”
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