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Entertainment Coronavirus in Germany: No, this doctor did not leave a goodbye letter to denounce the vaccination

22:15  18 november  2021
22:15  18 november  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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the German police denied the existence of the missive, which qualifies anti-Covid-19 "genocide" vaccines. It circulates online since the death, November 2, of Dr. Thomas Jendges, who directed a hospital in Chemnitz

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"I can not live with the lies to citizens and patients, [tell them] that vaccines would be harmless. . These words would be those of the farewell letter of a German doctor, Dr. Thomas Jendges, who died on November 2 in Chemnitz, a city west of Germany , close to the Czech border.

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The rest of the text qualifies vaccines against the Covid-19 of "genocide" and "crime against humanity". The doctor would explain to have chosen to end his days because he "could not endure such a crime from the federal government, the regional government and their men of hand."

La police de Chemnitz dément l'existence d'une telle lettre. - Capture d'écran Facebook © Provided by 20 minutes The Chemnitz font denies the existence of such a letter. - Facebook

Screenshot This supposed letter of farewell is shared on Facebook, after the German newspaper Bild has devoted on November 3 an article about the death of this doctor, who ran the Chemnitz Hospital. Death had been made public the day before by the town hall of this city of East Germany.

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The article published in the Bild newspaper makes no mention of such a letter. The Chemnitz police indicates 20 minutes "have led the investigation" on the subject. "We do not know such a goodbye letter, contrary to what has been affirmed in several publications," she says.

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Dr. Thomas Jendges died by suicide on November 2nd. He co-ordered this important hospital since April 15 and had become the sole director on October 1st. He had been one of the first people from the institution to receive a dose of VVID-19 vaccine, at the end of December 2020, had reported the local FreiPress media. He had also supported the opening of a vaccination center in the hospital, as noted by our Austrian colleagues from Mimikama.

Thomas Jendges had previously led for eleven years a group of clinics in the Baden-Württemberg.

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