Albert Burla Pfizer CEO arrested by FBI? Here’s the truth

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There have been a lot of rumors on the internet lately about the FBI’s arrest of the CEO of Pfizer. There were rumors that the FBI had arrested him for fraud. However, as it turned out, the story is fake. In fact, Albert Burla was not arrested. So why is this fake news spreading like wildfire on the Internet? We are not sure, but we recommend that you do not believe the rumors circulating on the network. However, let’s take a closer look at this story, its origins, and the truth.

Where did this story come from?

Story posted on fake news website Beaver, a conservative known for sharing false stories, says the FBI arrested Albert Burle for fraud. The article alleges that Albert Burla was arrested for his role in deceiving clients about the effectiveness of a “vaccine” for COVID-19. In other words, this story claims that he was arrested for fraud. However, there is no evidence that the FBI ever arrested Albert Burla.

The story goes on to say that Albert Burla was arrested in Scarsdale, a suburb of New York, but this is a complete lie. Many people shared messages on social media, forwarding the statements made by the news site.

This made the story even more believable because when a few people say something, we all tend to believe it. The mistake of many was that they did not check the story before publishing it.

Why is this fake news?

First, the Conservative Beaver website just made a statement about the arrest of the Pfizer CEO and did not provide any evidence. They did not add any information from Pfizer, the FBI, or any other reliable source. This clearly shows that they were simply trying to spread misinformation.

Second, after the news broke the internet, Pfizer issued a statement on the subject, refuting the FBI’s arrest of the Pfizer CEO.

“I can confirm that this is a false statement” Kianna Ghazvini, Pfizer Senior Associate for Global Media Relations.

Another reason this is completely false news is that Albert Burla has appeared in interviews with various media, including CNBC, CNN, Bloomberg, New York Times, and more. If he worked for the FBI, he could not appear in any of the interviews.

Furthermore, Database of the Federal Bureau of Prisons Burla’s name is not listed as one of the inmates. He is also not listed in composition to Westchester County inmates where Albert Burla was allegedly witnessed according to the fake article.

When the internet news agency calls AP News and asked the FBI about it, they replied that they did not have information on this matter and declined to comment further.

Verdict – FAKE NEWS

The story of Pfizer CEO Albert Burla’s arrest for fraud is FAKE. A conservative news website in Canada shared this story. The website did not share details about where it got the story from, who the witnesses are, or any statements from the authorities. Since there is no evidence, and a Pfizer spokesperson later denied this, we can safely say that this was fake news. In addition, Albert Burla gave several interviews on the day of his alleged arrest, proving that these claims are fake.

Final thoughts

We all know that there is stigma around pharmaceutical companies. Many believe they are in the dirty business of selling drugs to patients who don’t even need them and asking doctors to increase their supplies. While there is some truth in this, it does not give any news platform the right to spread false stories about the arrest of someone like Albert Burle.

He is an important person who heads one of the leading pharmaceutical companies in the world. In addition to the loss of the company’s reputation, its shares may also fall in price. This can lead to serious losses for ordinary people who have invested in them.

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