To jail man who falsified anticovid vaccine cards in Medellín

The Attorney General’s Office reported that it managed to send a man to jail who accepted charges for falsifying vaccination cards against covid-19, after undertaking an illegal business with the issuance of those documents.

The investigating entity detailed that the subject, identified as Yojan Andrés Tobón Ramírez, 34 years old, was dedicated to offering false vaccination cards to people who would not have had access to the vaccine or who resisted it.

“According to the investigation, carried out by a prosecutor from the Support Structure of the Medellín Sectional, between December 2021 and May of this year, the defendant would have prepared spurious vaccination certificates, for which he would ask for between 10,000 and 60,000 pesos” , detailed the Prosecutor’s Office.

According to the investigating entity, Tobón Ramírez would also have charged sums of up to 350,000 pesos to those who were interested in having said records entered into the official system and thus be able to have the digital vaccination certificate.

Due to these facts, the investigated was captured by the Police Sijín in a commercial premises in the Loreto neighborhood of Medellín, and later admitted to the authorities that he had set up this business from which he profited.

“During this procedure, a computer and a cell phone were seized, several false covid-19 vaccination cards completed, others without processing; six citizenship cards and six false passwords, ”said the Prosecutor’s Office.

In addition, it was detailed that the abundance of probative material and physical evidence provided by the investigating entity allowed the defendant to accept the accused crime of material falsehood in a public document in a homogeneous and successive contest.

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