Release of the head of the outpatient department of Meihua after the revision of the drug God case of Shanghai vaccine version

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 Release of the head of the outpatient department of Meihua after the revision of the drug God case of Shanghai vaccine version


Surging journalists learned the news from the third intermediate peoples Court of Shanghai.

On the afternoon of December 28, 2019, the third intermediate peoples Court of Shanghai sentenced Shanghai Meihua Dingxiang women and children outpatient department Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Meihua outpatient department) to a fine of 200000 yuan for smuggling goods prohibited by the state, Hu Panpan, the defendant, to a fixed-term imprisonment of three years and one month, sun Yongping, the defendant, to a fixed-term imprisonment of two years and one month Jianli and fixed-term imprisonment of two years and one month, and Guo Qiao, the defendant, shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of two years; each defendant shall also be fined.

According to the trial of Shanghai No.3 middle school, Hu Panpan, the defendant, made illegal profits from July 2015 to November 2016. Knowing that 11 vaccines, such as 13 price pneumonia vaccine and rotavirus vaccine, were not approved for import, he contacted a clinic abroad through sun Yongping, the defendant, and arranged Jane Li, the defendant, to be responsible for transportation and illegal entry, and sold them to the defendant, the United States Hua outpatient department. Knowing that the relevant vaccines were smuggled into China without approval, Guo Qiao, the head of the clinic, decided to illegally purchase more than 13000 vaccines and vaccinate them. The defendant unit and the four defendants have no objection to the facts, evidence and charges charged, and voluntarily plead guilty.

The court held that the defendants Hu Panpan, sun Yongping, Jian Li, violated customs laws and regulations, evaded customs supervision and smuggled the drugs involved in the case into China without approval, amounting to more than 4.25 million yuan, with serious circumstances; the outpatient department of the defendant unit, Meihua, was decided by Guo Qiao, the person in charge directly, to illegally purchase the smuggled drugs, amounting to more than 9.95 million yuan, with serious circumstances. The above-mentioned acts of the defendant and the defendant unit have constituted the crime of smuggling goods prohibited by the state from import and export, and the above-mentioned judgment is made according to law.

Two years ago, the defendant and his unit were charged with the crime of selling fake drugs.

In 2017, Shanghai procuratorial third branch accused that from July 2015 to November 2016, Shanghai Meihua outpatient department, in order to meet the needs of its customers for vaccination, decided by the legal representative Guo Qiao to purchase 13000 vaccines from Singapore for external sales and vaccination. In Singapore, the above vaccines are registered and can be purchased and sold legally. However, due to the fact that the vaccines were imported without approval and were not tested according to law, they were identified as fake drugs according to the relevant domestic laws at that time.

The case was heard in the first trial in December 2017. On January 5, 2018, the third middle court of Shanghai made a first instance decision, which sentenced the defendants Hu Panpan, sun Yongping, Jian Li and Guo Qiao to fixed-term imprisonment of 4 to 7 years for the crime of selling fake drugs.

This case is known as the God of medicine case of Shanghai vaccine edition, which has aroused widespread concern of the society. Because, Pfizer announced the full delisting of 7-valent pneumonia vaccine in China in April 2015, and the first batch of 13 valent pneumonia vaccine was issued and listed in March 2017, and no similar vaccine was listed in 37 months. In addition, the vaccines used in the outpatient department of Meihua were purchased legally in foreign countries, and the conviction of selling fake drugs is controversial.

The defendant refuses to accept the judgment and appeals to Shanghai Higher Peoples court. On November 27, 2019, the Shanghai Higher Peoples court ruled on the case.

Surging news reporters learned from the criminal ruling that the court believed that the facts in this case, such as illegally bringing the vaccine involved into the country, need to be further identified. The original criminal judgment was revoked according to law and sent back to the third intermediate court of Shanghai for retrial.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});}) (); the biggest turning point of this case comes from the change of legal provisions. During the retrial period, from December 1, 2019, the newly revised Drug Administration Law of the peoples Republic of China was officially implemented, and the unapproved imported drugs are no longer regarded as fake drugs in the legal sense. Therefore, the third branch of Shanghai procuratorial court made a decision to change the indictment, and filed a new indictment to the court for the crime of smuggling goods prohibited by the state from import and export. On the afternoon of December 28, 2019, the third middle court of Shanghai made a final judgment on the defendant unit and the defendant for the crime of smuggling goods prohibited by the state from import and export. Until January 4, 2019, it has been two years since the first trial. Guo Qiao, the legal representative and executive director of Shanghai Meihua clove women and children outpatient department Co., Ltd., one of the defendants in the case, known as Shanghai version of Yaoshen, has been released on the same day after two years imprisonment. Source: surging news editor: Han Jiapeng GUI nn9841

The biggest turning point of the case comes from the change of legal provisions. During the retrial period, from December 1, 2019, the newly revised Drug Administration Law of the peoples Republic of China was officially implemented, and the unapproved imported drugs are no longer regarded as fake drugs in the legal sense.

Therefore, the third branch of Shanghai procuratorial court made a decision to change the indictment, and filed a new indictment to the court for the crime of smuggling goods prohibited by the state from import and export. On the afternoon of December 28, 2019, the third middle court of Shanghai made a final judgment on the defendant unit and the defendant for the crime of smuggling goods prohibited by the state from import and export.

Until January 4, 2019, it has been two years since the first trial. Guo Qiao, the legal representative and executive director of Shanghai Meihua clove women and children outpatient department Co., Ltd., one of the defendants in the case, known as Shanghai version of Yaoshen, has been released on the same day after two years imprisonment.