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German Corona critic fears for his life

The well-known German critic against Corona measures, has fled Germany fearing for his life. After a raid-like house search, the scientist Prof. Stefan Hockertz, sees the writing on the wall.

Published: August 21, 2021, 12:33 pm

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    Hockertz is an immunologist and toxicologist and not only a critic of Germany’s Corona measures but also of the gene injections, which for him represent “gross bodily harm” as Austrian weekly Wochenblick reported.

    In March last year, the immunologist stated that Corona was comparable to the flu in terms of danger. His book Generation Maske also caused a sensation, in which he emphasized the harmful effects of wearing masks on children.

    A few days ago, all Prof. Hockertz’s accounts were blocked and a garnishee order of 820 000 euros was issued. His lawyers are of the opinion that the tax allegations are groundless. Although it is not customary to arrest suspected tax evaders, Hockertz has decided to leave Germany. “I can no longer live here and certainly no longer work,” he is quoted as saying.

    On February 1, 2021, German public broadcaster ARD’s “fact checkers” described a Twitter message from Hockertz as a “completely twisted statement”. In this, Hockertz claimed, referring to a press release from Merck & Co, that the pharmaceutical giant had said that after intensive research it had determined “that it would be better to get the virus and let your immune system work instead of a vaccination”.

    Prof. Hockertz fears for his life

    After the house search in June, Prof. Hockertz was “totally in shock,” it was reported, citing sources. His family doctor diagnosed him with post-traumatic stress disorder after the search. He is still unable to work and is afraid that his professional status will be ruined and his wealth will be stolen from him.

    Four days ago, Hockertz left Germany in a hurry. Hockertz has also stressed that he was not suicidal, fearing that a “suicide” might be staged to cover up his murder.

    The background to the raid-like house search was the suspicion that Hockertz might have evaded taxes.

    State Trojans and surveillance software

    After the search, Hockertz hired criminal tax lawyers and managed to get his cell phones and computers back within a few days. He had the devices examined by experts, who found state Trojans and other surveillance software installed on his computer. An explosive detail is the fact that only a single name of an officer appeared on the search log. This is not customary because normally all officers involved should be listed. The report speculated that officials from the Office for the Protection of the Constitution may also have taken part in the house search.

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