Inna Zhvanetskaya, 85, a Ukrainian-born Jew who survived the Holocaust and is a resident of Stuttgart in southern Germany, was charged by a German court with admission into a psychiatric institution where she will be forcefully injected with the COVID-19 vaccine twice.
The court order authorizing her forceful transfer to a psychiatric institution and her forced vaccination stated that this is "for her own good." (Related: Holocaust survivor warns COVID-19 measures similar to Nazi Germany's subjugation policies.)
Furthermore, the German court has officially appointed a professional guardian for Zhvanetskaya, despite her being of sound mind and this being against her wishes. The court order stated that Zhvanetskaya has been diagnosed with several mental illnesses, including dementia, delusional disorder, narcissistic "grandeur self-image" and egocentrism. The court also claimed that Zhvanetskaya suffers from heart disease and severe obesity.
Zhvanetskaya was scheduled to be taken to a psychiatric institution for her forced COVID-19 vaccination on Jan. 11. However, before authorities could take her, local media outlets reported that she has been transferred to an undisclosed location by friendly local activists who wanted to prevent her arrest.
In a video message sent to local outlet Report 24, Zhvanetskaya said: "Music is my life, and if they take away music from me then they take my life."
Critics of the court order have also called into question Zhvanetskaya's many diagnoses. Report 24 journalist Will Huber, who was in contact with Zhvanetskaya, noted that she does not appear to be extremely overweight, contrary to the court's claim that she was severely obese.
Mascha Orel, the co-founder of We For Humanity, a humanitarian organization assisting Holocaust survivors and their descendants, noted that she has spoken with Zhvanetskaya and is unable to confirm any of the diagnoses alleged by the court order.
"I talked to her on the phone for an hour," said Orel. "She is vulnerable, frightened and has lived in this [mental] state for about two years, as her legal guardian has apparently tried to institutionalize her several times… She drew an unequivocal comparison: 'It's like when dad was at the front and mom had to flee with me and my brother.'"
Many other civil society professionals, including lawyers and doctors, have come to Zhvanetskaya's defense.
"This decision is a gigantic judicial scandal," wrote Beate Bahner, a German attorney and expert on medical law.
Zhvanetskaya's own lawyer, Holger Fischer, has appealed the court order. On Jan. 12, a district court in Stuttgart granted his urgent application to suspend the compulsory vaccination order. However, Zhvanetskaya remains in hiding as the court could still decide to forcefully institutionalize her.
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