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Who is Rodney Stuart Peasley?(Anti-vax bomb hoaxer, 66, is jailed for 21 months after sparking the mass evacuation of a school and NHS major incident after targeting Covid vaccine) Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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Rodney Stuart Peasley, 66, caused a high school evacuation and sparked a major NHS incident as part of his fake terrorism targeting people promoting life-saving covid vaccines.

The bomb forger also slashed the tent of a vaccination center set up by a GP and sprayed graffiti that read: ‘No Vax 4 Kids’.

Peasley, from Scorrier, Cornwall, was sentenced to 21 months in jail at Truro Crown Court on Friday.

Crime

Rodney Stuart Peasley, 66, carried out a series of bomb hoaxes against a school and NHS center and repeatedly vandalized a Covid-19 vaccination tent.

He pleaded guilty to four counts of criminal damage between October and November of last year, in addition to making three false bomb threats on November 19.

Covid vaccines reduce the likelihood that people will die from the virus and have helped greatly reduce the UK’s death rate.

The court heard that the Richard Lander School in Truro was evacuated after Peasley left a voicemail and suggested to a receptionist that there were explosive devices inside the school.

It was heard that the school had to vaccinate the students against covid.

The antivaxxer was then named Kernow Health, also in Truro, which was responsible for the administration of Covid vaccines in the area.

Peasley claimed that there were several bomb devices placed on service vehicles that would detonate randomly over the next hour.

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This call was also taken seriously, leading to the closure of several NHS venues with the NHS and police declaring a major incident.

Police later tracked Peasley down through his cell phone number and arrested him.

The court heard, in addition to the bomb threats, that Peasely was filmed on CCTV damaging a marquee at Mount Hawke Surgery used for covid vaccination clinics.

This happened on four separate occasions between October and November 2021, causing £16,000 worth of total damage.

He cut away sections of the marquee, sprayed graffiti, puffed smoke and spray-painted CCTV cameras.

Robin Smith, defending Peasley, said that the accused did not see himself as an ‘antivaxxer’ and claimed that he had been concerned about the protection of young people for decades.

The court heard, in addition to the bomb threats, that Peasely was filmed on CCTV damaging a marquee at Mount Hawke Surgery used for covid vaccination clinics. Pictured: Richard Lander School, Truro

Smith said: ‘He is against unilateral, uninformed mass vaccination of young people, without them and their parents being informed.

“This is a man who genuinely and sincerely cares about the safety and well-being of young people.”

He said Peasley had written to both the school and Kernow Health to apologize for his actions a few days after the bomb threats.

In sentencing Peasley, Justice Garnham said: “It is clear to me that [the criminal damage] was part of a coordinated attack on facilities involved in the vital work of providing Covid vaccines to the people of Cornwall.”

Bomb threats are a pernicious type of crime. They make ordinary people going about their ordinary and lawful activities fear for their lives.

‘Here it is all the more serious because it is a school and those in the provision of health services.’

However, he noted the bomb-forger’s ‘genuine remorse’ and his early guilty pleas, which reduced his sentence.

Peasley was sent to prison for 20 months for each bomb hoax, to run concurrently, with an additional month for each criminal mischief offense, again to run concurrently but in addition to the first sentence.

This added up to a total of 21 months in prison, half of which will be spent behind bars and the rest on furlough.

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