IMPORTANT UPDATE: Assessment of allegations relating to the UK Covid-19 vaccine programme


No further action will be taken following an assessment of allegations made about the UK’s Covid-19 vaccine programme.

On 20 December, a number of documents were submitted at a west London police station in support of claims that alleged people in the UK Parliament and other organisations had suppressed information about the severity of health implications for those taking the Covid-19 vaccine.

It was suggested, by the complainants, that offences including gross negligent manslaughter and misconduct in a public office may have taken place.

Following an assessment of all the available evidence, it is clear that no criminal offences are apparent. The Metropolitan Police will not be launching a criminal investigation and no further action will be taken in relation to the allegations. The complainants have been written to, informing them of this decision.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Jane Connors said: “The vaccines in use against Covid-19 have been approved by all the relevant national and international regulatory bodies. They underwent multiple trials and were subject to stringent approval processes. They are in use in more than 100 countries.

“We have found no evidence to support any claims that information about adverse health implications is being suppressed or withheld from the public in the manner that was alleged.

“In recent months, the existence of a crime reference number in relation to these allegations has been widely misrepresented as evidence of a criminal investigation or of findings of wrongdoing. That is not the case.

“There have been a number of incidents where individuals quoting this crime reference number have attended vaccination centres, hospitals and other locations in an effort to disrupt the UK’s vaccination programme. That is unacceptable.

“Staff and volunteers working in these places are doing a vitally important job and have the right to do so free from attempts to threaten, intimidate or otherwise disrupt them. Efforts to do so will not be tolerated by the Met or our partners across the country.”


There will be an official reply within the next 24-48 hours via PJH Law. The articles from February 22nd in mainstream media and from The Metropolitan police on their Twitter account “dropping the investigation” are correct. That is their stance re no investigation, but, there are a number of major failings on their part and they will be addressed.

The Metropolitan Police said they assessed all of the evidence. However, they never spoke to or made contact with any of the world leading experts, a list of forty Doctors, Professors, Virologists, Immunologists, Data experts and Lawyers were ignored.

The Metropolitan Police never spoke to or made contact with any of the victims, at least four hundred statements were submitted to them.

The Metropolitan Police never spoke to any of the NHS whistleblowers who submitted damning evidential statements.

The Metropolitan Police never spoke to any of the care workers who submitted damning evidential statements.

The Metropolitan Police never spoke to any of the doctors or the GP’s, some of the statements the GP’s submitted are harrowing and deeply disturbing surrounding the vaccine damage and deaths.

The Metropolitan Police never spoke to any of the fifteen offenders cited in the original criminal complaint.

The Metropolitan Police have completely ignored the two independent forensic reports exposing the harmful and toxic ingredients identified in the vaccines. So we are at a loss as to what exactly have The Metropolitan Police been doing for the last two months?

Thank you for the continued support, please keep reporting these crimes to your local police stations. Regardless of the poor decision made by The Metropolitan Police crimes are still being committed and the police have a duty to investigate each one on an individual basis.

Thank you all very much. Keep going, nothings changed, we must stop the vaccines and protect our children.

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