Anti-vaxx Group Storm Ealing Vaccine Centre

NHS staff accused of genocide by 'Common Law Constables'

An NHS worker tells the intruders the centre won't be closing
An NHS worker tells the intruders the centre won't be closing. Picture: Twitter @Covidradicals


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A group of people describing themselves as Common Law Constables enter the vaccination centre in the centre of Ealing this Wednesday (26 January) and attempted to arrest staff.

Footage posted on social media shows two men and a woman demanding that the centre be shut down and describing it a crime scene. On entering the centre the woman asks to see the manager but staff says she cannot come in because she is not wearing a facemask. She refuses saying she is exempt and continues to walk into the centre past queueing people to where people are being jabbed.

The trio accused staff on the site of genocide and tried, without success, to give people attending the centre posters about the ‘Covid-19 scandal’.

A security guard working at the centre blocks their way and instructs colleagues to throw the posters in the bin.

An NHS staff member working at the site asked the group to go outside and says that the centre is not closing and tells staff to continue issuing vaccines.

The group made reference to a crime reference number give the another anti-vaxx campaigner by Hammersmith Police Station who made a complaint that the vaccine was dangerous. They argued that this should require the closure of the centre but the Met Police have clarified that the issuing of a crime number does not mean a crime has been committed or that is being investigated, just that an allegation has been made.

Eventually two police officers arrive at the scene and one of the anti-vaxxers tells 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 officer responds that he is not going to be closing down the centre and the group accuse them of being complicit. He added, '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.'

Staff at the centre being told that it is a crime scene
Staff at the centre being told that it is a crime scene. Picture: Twitter @Covidradicals

One eye-witness commented, “The emergency service workers and security staff were doubly heroes, first of all for the work they are doing in helping us reduce the risk of Covid-19 and secondly for their calmness and patience in dealing with these idiots. How they refrained from just telling them to eff off or punching them in the mouth is beyond me.”

The group are believed to be adherents to the sovereign citizen conspiracy which believes that the Covid-19 vaccination programme is part of a plot by a ‘world government’.


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January 27, 2022

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