Parker Man faces federal court for allegedly selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards – CBS Denver

PARKER, Colorado (CBS4) – A Parker man is accused of running a business making fake COVID-19 vaccination cards. Robert Van Camp faces a charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States in federal court with an investigation spanning multiple states.

(credit: US District Court for the Western District of Washington at Seattle)

“It was the conspiracy purpose for Van Camp, Co-Conspirator-1 and their co-conspirators to (a) fraudulently interfere with the government’s administration and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines and the vaccination mandate of federal employees of the government,” the complaint stated.

Court documents indicate that Van Camp lives in both Parker and Bulverde, Texas with his co-conspirator, who is only identified as an employee of a defense contractor with a top secret security clearance. Van Camp is said to have run several businesses around Parker and Castle Rock, in particular a printing-related business.

For about a year, federal investigators say Van Camp made thousands of dollars by printing cards identical to those issued by the CDC. Several sales were organized with undercover buyers.

The complaint reads, “Van Camp also made the following statements to UC1: “I have people going to the Tokyo Olympics, three Olympians and their coach in Tokyo, Amsterdam, Hawaii, Costa Rica, Honduras…I’m in 12 or 13 states, so until I get caught and go to jail, fuck, I take the money.

Court documents show that Van Camp told an undercover buyer that he was doing it for people who wanted to keep their jobs, but not get vaccinated.

The complaint continued, “Van Camp added, ‘And what they’re doing is wrong, we know that, so how is what I’m doing wrong. If they’re worn out, I’m just fixing what’s wrong, that’s all I do. It’s not like I’m making hundred dollar bills.

On Tuesday afternoon, Van Camp appeared in federal court in Denver and was posted on $100,000 bond. His case is transferred to the Western District of Washington, where many of the clandestine purchases took place and where the case will continue.

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