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Jeffton Lewis and Gabriel Hutchins

The accused, Jeffton Lewis, left, and Gabriel Hutchins.

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Two men have been brought before the court on a charge that they made a false COVID-19 vaccination certificate.

On Wednesday, at the Serious Offences Court, Jeffton Lewis, a 30-year-old clerk, of Diamond, and Gabriel Hutchins, 51, a chef, of Harmony Hall, both pleaded not guilty to the charge.

They are charged that between Jan. 1 and July 10, 2021, at Stubbs, they made a false instrument, namely a certificate of COVID-19 vaccination in the name of Gabriel T. Hutchins with the intention that Gabriel Hutchins would use it to induce Gail-ann Pierre, an employee of the Mustique Company, to accept it as genuine and by reason of so accepting it, to do some act or not to do some act to her own or any other person’s prejudice.

Jeffton Lewis
Jeffton Lewis hides his face from reporters after his court appearance. (iWN photo)

Both men had been granted station bail, which Chief Magistrate Rechanne Browne allowed to continue.

The matter was adjourned and transferred to the Calliaqua Magistrate’s Court for hearing on Sept. 27.

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One reply on “Men to be tried over ‘fake’ COVID vaccination certificate”

  1. Monica A Rosa says:

    They just donor want to take the vaccine. Not everyone wants to be jabbed with this nonsense they are making everyone takes. People are running since they still are getting sick.

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