Together with evidence, he provided the police with a story against fake news portals that said there was already a cure for diabetes, not available in Hungary only because of the lobby of pharmaceutical companies, but the investigation had been going on for two years and he was giving up, András Sváby said. the Blikknek.
According to the article on this, the presenter of the ATV himself realized the existence of an antidiabetic drug, and the owners of the website can get it for a few tens of thousands of forints, but according to András Sváby, the whole fake, the alleged drug is made from alfalfa and cornstarch. He himself filed a complaint and began an investigation. the results of which he presented to the police.
I delivered the story to the police on a tray, along with evidence. I think the Hungarian police can’t understand that these scam sites selling fake drugs are beating people by billions. They’ve been investigating for two years, it’s a joke. I gave up
He told the tabloid now, adding that in this situation he could only use his reputation and warn him not to fall for the fraudsters.