It’s misdemeanor charges against the Wisconsin pharmacist at the center of a coronavirus vaccine case.
Prosecutors yesterday filed attempted criminal damage to property charges against Steven Brandenburg. Brandenburg allegedly damaged but did not destroy hundreds of doses of the coronavirus vaccine last month. He reportedly admitted that he left the doses out to spoil, and told police he feared they would mutate peoples’ DNA. Brandenburg is likely to lose his pharmacy license, but he is not likely to serve much if any time behind bars on the misdemeanor charge.