US Intel Reveals Virus Originated in Wuhan Laboratory

The P4 laboratory in Wuhan as seen as in 2017. A most likely place from where the Wuhan virus was leaked by Communist China causing the global pandemic. (AFP)



A declassified report published by State Department provides evidence that pandemic originated during the Chinese military secret research in Wuhan laboratory.



The report is part of the evidence that reveals massive deception of Communist China and raises serious concerns whether it was really an accident. The American intelligence community acquired substantive amount of the evidence last year that allowed US President call it China virus not COVID but Chinese virus.

The Owner was able to learn about the content of the State Department report and other evidence that is still unavailable to public.

According to the sources quoted in the report the Chinese doctors diagnosed first cases of the sickness at the employees of the lab in the autumn of 2019. But the Chinese Communist Party waited until the end of the December 2019 to disclose it to the close circle of medical staff.


Several workers at the Wuhan institute, where research on deadly viruses is conducted, were sickened in the autumn of 2019 with COVID-19-like symptoms, the authors of the report stated.


Several workers at the Wuhan institute, where research on deadly viruses is conducted, were sickened in the autumn of 2019 with COVID-19-like symptoms, the authors of the report stated.

Beijing regime has consistently denied any link between the lab and the outbreak of the virus and have even promoted speculation that the United States or some other foreign source brought the virus to China.

But the report emphasises that the origins of the virus are not natural organisms like China claimed but rather a product of lab experiments.


Secret experiments by China's military in lab Wuhan since 2017

U.S. intelligence analysts noted that China’s military is engaged in covert development of biological weapons and initial research on such arms would include developing vaccines. At least 2,016 Wuhan lab researchers experimented with a virus called RaTG13, a bat coronavirus similar to the SARS-CoV-2, the report said.

The independent scientists assessed that the Chinese military conducted experiments in insecure environment.

According to the report, a laboratory accident could appear as a natural outbreak if those initially exposed were limited to a few people and spread more easily by those with a lack of initial symptoms.

Scientists in China have researched animal-derived coronaviruses under conditions that increased the risk for accidental and potentially unwitting exposure, the report said.

The report also revealed that the Wuhan Institute of Virology has links to the People’s Liberation Army, China’s military, and has conducted secret lab research at the institute since 2017.

The report said the intelligence disclosures about the Wuhan lab “scratch the surface of what is still hidden about Wuhan virus' origin in China.”



WHO inspectors may talk only to Chinese doctors not collect evidence

Any credible investigation into the origin of pandemics demands complete, transparent access to the research labs in Wuhan, including their facilities, samples, personnel, and records, the report said, as well as interviews with Wuhan researchers and access to worker health records.

Communist China’s government blocked all efforts to interview researchers at the lab in Wuhan, including those who became ill in the fall of 2019.

A relatives of victims infected with the virus in the early days of pandemic are demanding to meet with a visiting World Health Organization team and said the investigators should speak with affected families who accuse the Chinese government of muffling them. Beijing approved the visit by researchers under the auspices of the U.N. agency after months of negotiations. Beijing officials have not indicated whether they will be allowed to gather evidence or talk with families. They said only that the team can exchange views with Chinese scientists.

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