08/18/2020 - 8:56
The provincial deputy of the FpV in Neuquén Mariano Mansilla denounced the driver Viviana Canosa in court for "having promoted a false remedy" against the coronavirus, hours after a 5-year-old boy died in that province from taking chlorine dioxide .
"In Neuquén we are experiencing the worst that can happen in society: that a child dies from an avoidable cause," said Mansilla.
In dialogue with Radio 10 , the legislator explained how the case was: "The parents saw him with symptoms, so for a day they gave him chlorine dioxide. As they believed he was improving, they gave him six or seven doses. In total they were 75 milligrams, absolutely crazy . "
"In Canosa's case, this was the icing on the cake, because he had already been opposing all health policies. This has nothing to do with freedom of expression," Mansilla said.
During these days I have been listening and reading in different media, many expressions that hurt me, that offended my honor, based on falsehoods about my person and on ill-intentioned interpretations, for which they also try to undermine- Viviana Canosa (@vivicanosaok) August 17, 2020
And violate my freedom of expression. Therefore I have entrusted my lawyer Dr. @Martin_Legui to initiate the corresponding legal actions against those who insulted and wronged me.- Viviana Canosa (@vivicanosaok) August 17, 2020
In the complaint, they accuse the driver of promoting a false remedy against the coronavirus, a crime provided for in article 208 of the Penal Code, with a penalty of 15 days to one year in prison . According to Mansilla, the complaint was already presented digitally before the Buenos Aires Justice and a lawyer who represents him would approach in the next few hours to do it in person.
"The serious thing is to have promoted a remedy that is false. We do not accuse her of homicide, but of falsely announcing that she has a substance that would cure Covid-19. The fact is so serious that we think it can serve to wake us up and reflect" , he warned.
On the other hand, the deputy revealed that the province of Neuquén "is campaigning to spread the word that this is a lie, but on the networks there are many trout accounts that continue to promote this product."
And he closed: "These anti-quarantine and anti-sanitary campaigns end with the death of a child."
Days ago, the journalist had closed her El Nueve program by taking the spout of a plastic bottle, clarifying that it was chlorine dioxide: "It oxygenates the blood. It is divine. I do not recommend. I show you what I do. Bye, I love you. See you tomorrow. "