Police are investigating comments made over the weekend by a slain nurse in an anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine protest, in which she likened the Nazis to being killed after the Nuremberg trial by NHS staff giving Covid-19 jabs.
Kay Semirani, better known as Kate, is a conspiracy theorist who denies the existence of Covid-19 and forbids people to be vaccinated.
As reported by Watch Hours, she was killed last month after a fitness-to-practice panel determined she was no longer a safe or effective nurse, because “she actively forbade people to wear masks, following the evacuation socially, and getting vaccines ”.
However, in a video widely shared on social media, Ms Semirani can be seen speaking at the “worldwide rally for freedom” held in Trafalgar Square in London on Saturday.
In the video he calls for the names of the healthcare staff providing the Covid vaccination to be emailed to him. He said: “Ask the donors-are there deaths? Ask them what’s in it. Get their names. You emailed them to me.”
He added: “During the Nuremberg trials the doctors and nurses settled and hung them up.… If you’re a doctor or nurse, now is the time to get off the bus and stand with us, people.”
“Comments like this are disgusting and can put care staff at risk”
The video led to widespread outrage and condemnation on social media from NHS workers and the public at large, as well as calls from numbers along with London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Labor chief Kier Starmer for an investigation. to the police at the incident.
Speaking on the Today program on BBC Radio 4 on Monday morning Ms Semirani’s son Sabastian Semirani said he agreed he should be investigated. He said, “It was only a matter of time before… someone would act on the bad advice he gave the country.”
Pat Cullen, overall secretary and chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing, described Ms.
“Some care staff have been subjected to bad behavior throughout this pandemic,” he said. “Comments like this are offensive and can put care staff at risk.
“We urge the public to continue to support our hard-working healthcare workers. We expect employers to make sure they do everything they can to protect nursing staff.”
Metropolitan Police released a statement saying: “We are aware of video circulating online showing a speech that took place at a rally in Trafalgar Square.
“Officers are taking questions to find out if any violations have been committed. No arrests have been made yet.”
The so-called doctors’ trial was the first of 12 trials for war crimes by high-ranking German officials and industrialists conducted by U.S. authorities in Nuremberg after World War II.
Of the 23 defendants, 20 were medical doctors and were accused of being involved in the Nazi human experiment and murder most of which were shown with euthanasia.
Seven were subsequently acquitted and seven received death sentences, while the rest received prison sentences ranging from 10 years to life imprisonment.