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The uterus in reused pots found by police in the laboratory to analyze samples of HGP patients |  Tocantins

The uterus in reused pots found by police in the laboratory to analyze samples of HGP patients | Tocantins

Civil Police conduct an operation Wednesday morning (11) to combat fraud by companies associated with the State Department of Health (SES) in Tocantins. During the inspections, the police discovered a pathology laboratory that was operating in a precarious and irregular situation in Palmas. Several specimens and even wombs were found stored in reused utensils in Sekar Laboratories.

The defense of the investigators said that the situation related to internal matters of the previous administration, including embezzlement of funds and theft of equipment that would have left the laboratory in its current state, and that “the clarifications on the innocence will be provided. in court.” The g 1 She contacted SES and is waiting for a position.

The operation, which also builds on the work of the Special Action Group Against Organized Crime (Gaeco) of the Public Ministry of Tocantins, has been launched to implement 15 search and seizure orders.

The laboratory in an unstable situation has a contract with SES and investigations indicate that the samples are from patients treated by the Unified Health System (SUS) at Palmas General Hospital (HGP), the largest public health unit in Tocantins.

The process of seizing human samples in plastic containers – Photo: Disclosure / Civil Police

According to the police, tests were carried out without standards and bottles of urine were reused. In place, several pots of butter, pachuca, ice cream and milk chocolate have been reused. The police are also investigating fraudulent test reports.

According to the investigations, the suspects pretended to be legal entities to hide the assets of goods and resources to open companies in the name of “Orange” and after transferring a large amount of money, they abandoned the units leaving tax and labor debts.

The decision authorizing searches and seizures is from the Second Criminal Court of Palmas.

The process of seizing human samples in plastic containers – Photo: Disclosure / Civil Police

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