By Wolfgang Jeschke, 29. January 2021
While the executive in Germany systematically hunts down doctors who certify their patients as exempt from wearing masks for medical reasons, something essential is overlooked: Exemption from the mask-wearing obligation is part of the elementary tasks of medical practitioners. People who are not allowed to wear a mask for physiological or psychological reasons must be exempted from the mask obligation. If a doctor fails to do this, he is guilty because he then risks harming his patients’ health by failing to do so and thus violates his guarantor duty as a medical practitioner. A truly criminal behaviour by doctors, however, can be found in a completely different place and is not only tolerated, but is apparently desired: where doctors issue death certificates incorrectly. And this apparently happens in large numbers all over the world.
Many relatives are surprised when a loved one dies after a long, severe cancer, a heart attack or the consequences of multiple organ failure. It had been foreseeable for a long time that life would soon end. The tragedy of Corona’s staging: since March 2020, most people who linger in clinics or care facilities take their final journey alone. The inhumanity of the Merkel doctrine ensures that old people go to their death in isolation and that there is no farewell in the circle of the family. This is – considering the actual Corona numbers – a crime against humanity. It is supported by manipulative number collection and interpretation, but also by thousands of false declarations in the death certificates. And this is the reason for the astonishment of many relatives: It is not uncommon for the death certificates to say “COVID-19” – although the relatives know exactly the cause of death.
Falsifying death certificates is an administrative offence or also a punishable “indirect false certification” within the meaning of § 271 StGB (Criminal Code).
Not only since the report on crematoria in the new Länder has it been known that many doctors issue death certificates falsely. There are many reasons for falsifying death certificates. Clinics, doctors and above all the high priests of the “pandemic” – those responsible in the municipalities, states and the federal government – profit from the post-mortem “diagnosis” COVID-19. The more pseudo-corona deaths there are, the more “impressive” the proportion of people who die of corona and the easier it is to pull off constitutional violations against every right and law. However, a statistical problem arises: if people who have died – as they do every year – from a wide variety of causes are re-declared as Corona deaths, the numbers of deaths due to other causes automatically fall. However, this cannot be explained medically – just as little as the fact that in the “corona crisis” influenza no longer plays a role as a cause of death and the number of influenza cases supposedly approaches zero.
If COVID-19 was the cause of death, what was the treatment?
Profesor Dolores Cahill, a professor at the University of Dublin, looked at 1,500 cases where COVID-19 was listed as the cause of death on death certificates. She had the patient data checked and found that of the 1,500 alleged “Covid deaths”, only 92 people may have had COVID-19 as the sole cause of death. The other deceased were proven to have had other causes of death.
What now? Administrative offence, false certification or fraud?
Doctors who have falsely issued death certificates by entering the wrong cause of death (sometimes under pressure from the authorities or at the request of the government – as in Belgium, for example) now face a terrible dilemma: Either they are caught because they falsely entered COVID-19 as the cause of death in the death certificate. Then they have made a false certification (§ 271 StGB) or have at least committed an administrative offence (possibly also according to the burial laws of the Länder). If they have gained economic advantages (e.g. higher payment for services), they are also fraudsters (§ 263 StGb). If the falsely issued document was used to conceal a criminal offence, the certifying doctor could also be prosecuted under section 258 of the Criminal Code for obstruction of justice. If the doctor who falsely certifies is a public official, Section 348 of the Criminal Code applies, which regulates “false certification in office”.
False certification, incorrect treatment or malpractice?
The alternative is a liability of the treating doctors due to a mistreatment of the deceased, who allegedly had “COVID” as the cause of death. In order to prove this, relatives must request the therapy documentation. If there is no indication in the therapy documentation of a specific therapy for the COVID-19 disease, it can be investigated whether there was a failure to render assistance, which in any case affects the doctor as the bearer of a guarantor’s duty. So: either the death certificate is a falsely issued document, or doctors have not carried out a required COVID-19 therapy and thus possibly committed negligent homicide by omission.
Doctors in a dilemma between need and misery
What can doctors do if they are guilty of false certification? They can report themselves and thus correct the falsely issued certificates and press for the falsely recorded cases to be removed from the statistics of the municipalities and the RKI. Many doctors will be able to credibly show that they were directly or indirectly pressured into behaving in this way. In any case, the only way to exonerate the individual is to present the facts truthfully.