Algemeen Dagblad, an update

The journalist of the Algemeen Dagblad, who has previously written and published extensively about the recording of an incorrect cause of death of my deceased father, by the Alphen physician RJ van Rijn, has written an update on the developments in this affair.

The readers of CommonSenseTV are all fully aware of course, but as far as I'm concerned, things like this can't get enough attention in the mainstream media.

The journalist had written the following article:

 

The venom is in the tail.

The Public Prosecution Service has dismissed the report for forgery against the Alphen GP Robert-Jan van Rijn due to lack of evidence. The Alphen family Van Tol accuses the GP of having given Covid-19 as the cause of death of their father, while according to the family he did not have Covid and died of heart failure.

The police investigation against declarant Marcel van Tol (56) himself has not yet been completed. General practitioner Robert-Jan van Rijn had in turn filed a complaint against Van Tol for defamation, slander and threats of death. According to the doctor, it is a 'corona-denying family that has started a smear campaign'. His lawyer Ali Oass says that this investigation is still ongoing. ,,My client is still very bothered by this.'' Oass does not want to say anything about the case.  

Van Tol senior (85), a twenty-year-old heart patient, died on 14 February at 23.00 in his home in Alphen. His wife found him on the floor in the hallway and he stopped responding. First the neighborhood watch and later paramedics tried to resuscitate him. The doctor on duty to determine the cause of death is general practitioner Van Rijn from Bospark Huisartsen, he is not Van Tol's general practitioner. He comes a little later and notes Covid-19 as the cause of death, which Van Tol would have suffered for four days

counterfeit

According to the Van Tol family, the doctor intentionally noted an incorrect cause of death on the B form, which is being prepared for the Central Bureau of Statistics. This data is used in research and displaying the number of Covid victims. “On the basis of this information, the governments are introducing far-reaching measures that affect many people and companies. If this information is falsified, these measures will be taken on the wrong grounds, '' Van Tol said earlier in the AD.

Marcel van Tol made the case public in February on CommonSense TV, where he is a columnist. This channel was founded in 2019 by people who say the media is misleading the people and preparing them for a future mapped out by globalists. Incidentally, Van Tol emphasizes that he is not a corona denier.

The Public Prosecution Service (OM) has informed Marcel van Tol that it will not conduct any further investigation into the GP. The public prosecutor writes: 'It is up to the doctor who examines the body to make an assessment of the reason for death. As non-medics we cannot say anything about this. It is therefore not up to the Public Prosecution Service to form a (medical) opinion about this."

Disciplinary Board Healthcare

Van Tol is challenging that decision in the Court of Appeal. “It will not be the case that the Public Prosecution Service will only deal with declarations and cases of which it has sufficient knowledge? That would mean a license for all criminal offenses committed of which the Public Prosecution Service does not have sufficient knowledge," he wrote to the Court of Appeal.

The case will probably come before the Regional Disciplinary Court for Healthcare in 4 to 6 months. The family accuses the GP either of forgery or of non-compliance with the corona rules. “Given his persistence in establishing Covid-19 as the cause of death, he has seriously endangered my mother, my brother, sister and myself, (…) neighbours, acquaintances, the undertaker as he has failed to follow all protocols related to Covid-19. (…) My father has been laid out at home for five days. Everyone has come to say goodbye.”

 

 

 

However, that was not in accordance with the guidelines that the Algemeen Dagblad apparently must adhere to, so the editor-in-chief has adapted, shortened and amended the article.

By clicking on the link below, you can see what the AD editors have made of it. Look for the differences:

 

 

If the link does not work or if you do not have access to the article on ad.nl, below the text of the article as published:

 

Justice does not prosecute GP after disputed cause of death

The Public Prosecution Service has dismissed the report for forgery against the Alphen GP Robert-Jan van Rijn due to lack of evidence. The Alphen family Van Tol accuses the GP of having given Covid-19 as the cause of death of their father, while according to the family he did not have Covid and died of heart failure.

Hans-Paul Andriessen 01-06-21, 06:30 Latest update: PM08:40

The police investigation against the reporter Marcel van Tol (56) himself has not yet been completed. General practitioner Robert-Jan van Rijn had, in turn, filed a complaint against Van Tol for libel, slander and threat with death. According to the doctor, it is a 'corona-denying family that has started a smear campaign' on the internet. "My client is still bothered by this," his lawyer Ali Oass said. The lawyer does not want to say anything about the case.  

Van Tol senior (85) died on 14 February at 23.00 p.m. in his home in Alphen. His wife found him on the floor in the hallway. The neighborhood watch and later paramedics tried in vain to resuscitate him. The doctor who had to officially determine the cause of death was general practitioner Van Rijn from Bospark Huisartsen. He noted Covid-19 as the cause of death, which Van Tol would have suffered from for four days.

Research

Van Tol says that his father had been a heart patient for twenty years and that the doctor deliberately entered an incorrect cause of death on the B form, which is being prepared for the Central Bureau of Statistics. This data is used in research and displaying the number of Covid victims. 

The Public Prosecution Service (OM) has informed Van Tol that it will not conduct any further investigation into the general practitioner. The Public Prosecutor writes: 'It is up to the doctor who inspects the body to estimate the reason for death. As non-medics we can't say anything about that. It is therefore not up to the Public Prosecution Service to form a (medical) opinion on this. "

Van Tol appealed. The case will probably come before the Regional Disciplinary Court for Healthcare in 4 to 6 months.

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