On Tuesday The 16-year-old girl was reported to have informed the police Idar Vollvik about selling mislabeled bandages during corona infections in the fall of 2020.
He is now accused of possessing a package containing 700,000 non-medical sanitary napkins and selling them as medicine.
Today, the whistleblower told his story in Bergen District Court.
– I think it was weird
The now 18-year-old woman was hired by an employee agency and only worked for two days at Wolwick before she suspected something was wrong.
The girl was asked to repack the masks from the boxes and take them out and put them in other boxes with different looks, name and information.
– I asked others who worked there why we should do this, but no one knew. Some said it was the best packaging, the little girl said during the testimony today.
The teenager explains that she initially responded by saying “medicine” on one package and not on the other.
The girl said she was asked to remove the information sheets from the blowpipe.
– The notes in the package had to be removed. I think it was a little weird.
– Doesn’t work there anymore
Since the little girl did not have an answer to the question of why it was necessary to re-pack the bandage, she decided to investigate on her own.
First, she contacted her mother, who works healthily. Mora explained the difference between different types of masks.
– Then I also understood the difference between sterile and sterile bandages.
Also, she looked at the handkerchiefs they sold at Vollvik’s online store, Ludostore.
There she found the information about the bandage on the website was different than it was in the original package that removed the bandages.
I think Idar Wolwick damaged these bandages
Second day in District Court
54 years old on September 1, 2020 Idar Wolwick was arrested And target in Bergen.
Police have received tips that the bandage he sold was incorrectly marked.
Start the investigation yesterday In Bergen District Court, Wolwick was charged with possession of 700,000 non-medical sanitary napkins and selling them as medical supplies.
Wolwick has always denied criminal guilt. On Tuesday, Wolwick explained in court that he did not know the difference between the different masks.
“Sorry,” Wolwick said.
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