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The police have fined an anti-lockdown activist named Hannah Dean who has been visiting hospitals and taking photos that purportedly demonstrate they are “empty.”
Hannah Dean filmed and posted a video from hospitals “not on the frontline in the fight against Covid-19,” from Portsmouth, which “caused angst in the community,” Hampshire Police stated.
She is 30 years old.
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Her Facebook profile features images and videos from the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, the General Hospital in Southampton, the Princess Royal University Hospital near Bromley, Kent, and Chichester’s St Richard’s Hospital.
She wrote a post: “Hospital is the quietest I have ever seen it! I walked all over the hospital, including A&E! I know this is hard to get our heads around, but the government is lying to us! And the reason why they’re lying to us….. is very disturbing!”
Hampshire Constabulary Have confirmed to me in writing, that they have no grounds to detain me and I am not obliged to…
Last week, portsmouth revealed that Ms. Dean’s false posts were being investigated, with Hampshire Constabulary reporting that a 30-year-old woman was fined on Facebook, although the post now seems to have been deleted.
The force initially claimed that no violation of the lockdown rules had occurred, but later stated that it had obtained new information about the incident. It comes after Sir Simon Stevens told the Downing Street briefing last week that it was “simply untrue” to say that hospitals were vacant.
The police released an anti-lockdown hoaxer who posted pictures of “empty” hospitals with a £200 fine on Facebook.