Anti-vaxxers stormed a Covid-19 vaccination centre in west London and demanded to police and staff that it be shut down.
‘We’re asking you to stand under your oath and to close down the centre while it’s under investigation for death, genocide and crimes against humanity,’ they are heard asking cops in a video posted on Twitter yesterday.
The series of clips shows two men and a woman accusing NHS staff of ‘genocide’, calling the site in Ealing a ‘crime scene’ and claiming vaccines are ‘under investigation’.
They also try and hand out leaflets to people queuing outside the centre for their jabs, which are titled: ‘Important public announcement Covid-19 scandal.’
The caption of the videos posted online said: ‘Vaccine centre in Ealing targeted by “common law constables” claiming vaccines are under investigation and the centre must close.
‘Staff and members of the public receiving the vaccine harassed. Anti-vaxxers ignore requests to leave the premises.’
At the beginning of the video a woman asks to see a manager, but is asked to leave as she is not wearing a mask. She refuses to leave and calls the area a ‘crime scene’.
A member of staff approaches, reads the leaflet and asks them to go outside, saying: ‘No, we are not closing.’
Two police officers eventually arrive and refuse to shut the vaccination centre.
One of the anti-vaxxers then references Section 3 of the Criminal Law Act 1967, which states anyone can arrest a person they suspect to be committing a crime providing it is under reasonable circumstances.
The police officers asks what crime is taking place, adding: ‘Nobody in here is being forced to take the vaccine.
‘They are here by their own choice and they are being injected by their own choice. It’s their choice.’
It comes after posts have recently been shared online falsely claiming some vaccination sites have been closed after people reported them to police.
The posts included a crime reference number, but the Metropolitan Police previously confirmed this just means a claim of a crime has been reported – not that it is being investigated.
‘While the assessment continues, to date there is nothing to indicate that a crime has been committed and no criminal investigation has been launched,’ they told the MyLondon website.
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