Men and women who threaten GGD workers in Heerlen are given community service

Men and women who threaten GGD workers in Heerlen are given community service

The Maastricht court has convicted a man and a woman for threatening and attacking GGD employees at two injection sites in Heerlen. The woman was given 80 hours of community service and the man 60 hours of community service.

The 48-year-old man from Hoensbroek and the 49-year-old woman from Heerlen entered two GGD locations on 9 and 10 February, harassed GGD employees and accused them of murder for using the corona vaccine.

The GGD reported and said that the incidents had a major impact on employees’ sense of safety. After the occupation of the militants, the places were fortified.

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Wever, the mayor of Heerlen, was also furious about the bullying by the GGD employees. “They say you are responsible, you have to pay, you have to even hang it.”

The prosecutor’s office, which demanded 100 hours of community service for women and 80 hours for men, did not reach the sentence. The Public Prosecution Service also wanted to prohibit them from going to the injection sites of the GGD and demanded a suspended sentence of two months.

But according to the court, he has no chance of committing a crime again. The two admitted to the judge that “they should have done things differently”.

Source: NOS

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