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German Nurse Freed on Probation After Injecting 8,600 Patients With Saline Instead of COVID Jab

Victor Westerkamp
Victor resides in the Netherlands and writes about freedom and governmental and social changes to the democratic form of nations.
Published: December 5, 2022
A German Nurse was handed a suspended sentence after being found guilty of injecting multiple patients with saline instead of COVID vaccine.
Demonstrators hold placards against COVID-19 vaccination and measures outside German Parliament on Sept. 8, 2022. A German Nurse was sentenced to six months in prison to be served on probation after she injected multiple COVID vaccine takers with saline instead of the mRNA. (Image: JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP via Getty Images)

A German nurse was sentenced to a six month prison sentence to be served on probation because she intentionally jabbed at least six patients with saline instead of the experimental mRNA Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine.

The 39-year-old Red Cross Nurse was employed at the Schortens jab center in Friesland, Northwest Germany, where she oversaw the distribution of Pfizer injections. The woman had access to sufficient quantities of harmless saline solution, which she used to swap injections for thousands of unwitting takers who expected their third dose of the COVID vaccine.

The Prosecutor’s Office suspected that as many as 8.600 elderly recipients may have received the placebo instead of the Pfizer-BioNTech shot they thought they would get, and that they thought would safeguard them from being unvaccinated.

Court spokesperson Torben Toelle said: “The public prosecutor assumed that not only six syringes were changed after a dropped ampoule, but that other syringes were only raised with saline solution and given to patients,” the Mirror reported.


Initially, the RN was charged with 15 counts of assault, but prosecutors had to drop nine cases due to a lack of hard evidence.

Nurse Antje T. confessed to having meddled with six vials which she said had been replaced by saline fillings, because she wanted to cover up that she had unintentionally broken six Pfizer flasks, fearing job loss.

According to some reports caught red-handed by a colleague but according to others and her own statements, T felt remorse and confessed to her colleague about the mishap. This colleague later told the management, after which T’s license was revoked. 

The trial

At the beginning of her trial in August last year, prosecutors sought to frame nurse Antje contending she intentionally sabotaged many batches out of her alleged anti-vax sentiments. This assumption was strengthened by her social media utterances and the COVID-critical views on this topic she openly shared with her colleagues. 

According to the witness, the defendant had spoken of a “lethal injection” meant to decimate the population. Also, the 39-year-old confided to her colleague having saved “six people from the injection,” a court spokesperson told the NDR news media.

“The accused had shared various conspiracy theories on the Internet, and social media,” Court spokesperson Torben Toelle said, according to Mirror.

“However, the chamber could not determine with the necessary certainty that this set of ideas was the motive for her actions and that she then acted to sabotage a vaccination campaign,” Toelle added.

Other mitigating factors were that the medic showed remorse, did not administer anything lethal or harmful, had no criminal record, and was of good standing within the organization. Furthermore, she had no idea of the consequences of her wrongdoings. 

All possibly misled recipients were advised to roll up their sleeves again to get another dose of their favorite drug, apparently without concern for potential overdosing in case the patients did get their third shot.

Not exactly a win-win 

Mixed emotions flooded the Internet after the verdict came out. Most mainstream media lambasted the court for letting this woman walk out free. Even more so, the caretaker was denounced for her heinous act, devoiding her patients of their third dose of what is always heralded as a much-coveted protection against a deadly virus. 

However, most social media users sympathized with the newborn heroine and hailed her efforts to save 8,600 lives. 

“The fact that they didn’t mention if any of them died is telling. If there were significant deaths, it would have been included in the headline,” one Twitter user noted.

But given that it was their third jab already, it probably doesn’t matter much whether they got it, and it would probably not have saved any lives either way. 

“Some details are missing,” another one said. “The woman was sentenced ( suspended sentence ). The woman can never work as a nurse again. The 8600 got nevertheless (subsequently) the gene therapy.”

“So the nurse has been punished, and her effort to protect people failed in the end,” he added. “This is not a victory, folks.”