The organization that cares for the elderly filed a lawsuit against Peterek, which was upheld by the Municipal Court in Prague on Thursday. In addition to an apology and damages, Peterková must also delete the mentioned videos. Peterková ignored the trial, even though she was summoned. Server she saidthat he will appeal against the verdict.
Based on the alleged testimony of an employee of a home in Měšice, Peterková claimed on Facebook that seniors had died in the facility at the turn of 2020 and 2021 due to vaccinations, and that their health had seriously deteriorated. For example, Peterková’s videos also stated that the death certificates of seniors who had died after vaccination were falsified in the village of Měšice. However, seniors in nursing homes there were not vaccinated at all at that time due to a lack of vaccine.
The home’s operators, Antonia senior services, have filed a reputation lawsuit to do so. The court banned Peter from spreading the misinformation and ordered her to apologize. “The apology is to be sent in writing and then published on the defendant’s Facebook profile and on her website. Finally, the court imposed on Mrs. Peterková the obligation to pay the client a sum of 250,000 crowns together with default interest and costs,” said the injured lawyer Robert Falbr. . The case is also still being investigated by the police. She finds out whether Peterková did not commit a crime by publishing false information.
Peter defends herself by just repeating another woman’s claims. Aktuálně.cz said that she would appeal against the court’s verdict. When asked by the server why she still didn’t delete the videos, even though she already knew they weren’t true, she said it was a mistake. However, Peterková continues to postpone deleting the videos. She said that she wanted to contact the IT technician who manages her Facebook page and have the records deleted, but first she will consult a lawyer. “So that (deleting videos) is not interpreted as an admission of guilt,” she said.
According to the staff of the facility, the home in Měšice faced hateful reactions due to Peterková’s lies and the fact that the seniors then refused treatment. “Unfortunately, seniors are more prone to trust in misinformation, as it is more difficult for them to distinguish really substantiated information from false statements,” Anna Porubská, head of the care service Katarzyna, told Aktuálně.cz. “Even today, a year after Mrs. Peterková’s campaign, we have to explain to some seniors that it was false information,” she added.
According to the server, Peterková is part of a group of people who spread disinformation about covid-19 and vaccinations against this disease or attack paramedics. The woman has had several executions and is demanding financial donations from people who watch her videos online.
Source: EuroZprávy.cz by eurozpravy.cz.
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