Anti-vaxxers storm Covid vaccine centre to demand site is shut down

Anti-vaxxers storm Covid vaccine centre in Ealing to demand site is shut down because it’s a ‘crime scene’ as they accuse staff of ‘genocide’ and harass members of the public getting the jab

  • Anti-vaxxers say they have ‘crime number’ and vaccines are under investigation
  • Footage shows them trying to give posters to people queuing to receive their jab
  • Posts were recently shared online falsely claiming some sites have been closed 
  • Similarly, they contain a crime reference number that was provided by the Met
  • But this indicates that a claim has been received – not that it is being investigated

Anti-vaxxers have stormed a Covid vaccination centre in Ealing to demand the site be shut down because it is a ‘crime scene’.

Footage shows two men and a woman accusing NHS staff of ‘genocide’, saying they have a crime number and that vaccines are under investigation. 

They attempt to hand out posters entitled ‘important public announcement Covid-19 scandal’ to people queuing to receive their jab at the site in west London.

In recent weeks posts have been shared online falsely claiming some vaccination sites have been closed due to members of the public reporting them to police.

Similarly, these posts contain a number that was provided by the Met after an anti-vaxxer submitted an allegation to the police that vaccines are dangerous.

However, the force has since clarified that this is a crime reference number, indicating that the claim has been received – not that it is being investigated.

Footage shows two men and a woman accusing NHS staff of ‘genocide’, saying they have a crime number and that vaccines are under investigation

The member of staff reads the poster and asks them again to go outside, saying: ‘No, we are not closing.’ She then tells workers to continue jabbing patients

The series of clips were posted to Twitter, captioned: ‘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. Antivaxxers ignore requests to leave the premises.’ 

Towards the start of the video, the female anti-vaxxer asks to see the manager, and is told to go outside due to not wearing a face mask.

She refuses to leave and tells security workers that the site is a ‘crime scene’, before the manager approaches them.

The member of staff reads the poster and asks them again to go outside, saying: ‘No, we are not closing.’ She then tells workers to continue jabbing patients.

The male anti-vaxxer reads out the ‘crime number’ to a security guard, while members of the public are approached and offered the poster, which they refuse. 

Two police officers eventually arrive and the female tells one of them: ‘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.’

The policeman replies: ‘I’m not going to be closing down the vaccination centre.’  

The male anti-vaxxer reads out the ‘crime number’ to a security guard, while members of the public are approached and offered the poster, which they refuse

The clips were posted online, captioned: ‘Vaccine Centre in Ealing targeted by ‘Common Law Constables’ claiming vaccines are under investigation and the centre must close’

One of the anti-vax campaigners then cites Section 3 of the Criminal Law Act 1967, which states that anyone can arrest a person they suspect to be committing a crime, providing it is reasonable under the circumstances.

The police officer questions what crime is taking place before being called ‘complicit’, to which he denies.

He adds: ‘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.’

The incident follows the Met denying there was a criminal investigation into vaccines earlier this month following allegations that officers were shutting down vaccination sites, reports MyLondon.

A poster shared to social media read: ‘Covid-19 vaccines are now under criminal investigation with Hammersmith CID Police Station.

The incident follows the Met denying there was a criminal investigation into vaccines earlier this month following allegations that officers were shutting down vaccination sites

 A Met spokesman previously said: ‘While the assessment continues, to date there is nothing to indicate that a crime has been committed and no criminal investigation has been launched’

‘Your local Chief Constable is aware of this case and substantial evidence has been provided from injured victims, scientific studies, global experts and NHS whistleblowers to Hammersmith CID.’

A separate video posted to Facebook also showed a woman telling Asda staff that ‘some vaccine centres have been closed down due to members of the public reporting them’ – a claim which the Met rejected.

A spokesperson for the force said at the time: ‘On December 20, a number of documents were submitted at a West London police station in support of allegations of criminality in relation to the UK’s vaccine programme.

‘A crime reference number was created and provided to the complainants. This is not an indication that an investigation is under way or that a crime has been committed, it merely acknowledges that an allegation has been received and recorded.

‘Officers have been tasked with reviewing the documents. This process is time consuming and has been prolonged by the submission of further documents by people encouraged to do so online.

‘While the assessment continues, to date there is nothing to indicate that a crime has been committed and no criminal investigation has been launched.’

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