UK Government Officials Face Police Investigation Over COVID Vaccines

By Andrew Davies
Andrew Davies
Andrew Davies
Andrew Davies is a UK-based video producer and writer. His award-winning video on underage sex abuse helped Barnardos children’s charity change UK law, while his documentary “Batons, Bows and Bruises: A History of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra,” ran for six years on the Sky Arts Channel.
December 21, 2021 Updated: December 21, 2021

Dr. Sam White and members of his legal team visited Charing Cross and Hammersmith Police Stations in London on Monday, December 20, in their latest efforts to expose what they claim are serious safety issues regarding the COVID vaccines. They are also accusing UK government agencies of knowingly withholding information from the British public.

PJH Law presented a criminal complaint containing “significant and irrefutable evidence,” which was accepted by the Metropolitan Police. As a result, a crime reference number has been issued for “Misconduct in Public Office,” and a designated officer and police department has been allocated to deal with it.

The lawyers acting on behalf of Dr White stated: “Of paramount importance and as a matter of public safety, we as a collective have demanded the vaccine rollout is stopped immediately and we suggested an address to the nation is made by the Metropolitan Police to advise accordingly.”

They added: “A number of government departments and in particular individuals in public office and government have been named as offenders and we have supporting evidence.”

Their interview with the police lasted six hours and was recorded, but this is not being released to avoid prejudicing what is now a live criminal investigation.

White stressed to the police that UK Doctors, nurses, and care workers are also being “blackmailed to take the vaccine or lose their jobs.”

The deadline the government has set for healthcare workers to be fully vaccinated is April 1, 2022. This date is better known as “April Fool’s Day,” when practical jokes are traditionally played, but White and his colleagues say there is nothing funny about forcing people to take a not fully tested vaccine or lose their jobs.

Andrew Davies is a UK-based video producer and writer. His award-winning video on underage sex abuse helped Barnardos children’s charity change UK law, while his documentary “Batons, Bows and Bruises: A History of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra,” ran for six years on the Sky Arts Channel.