The Five-Eyes report condemns “the suppression and destruction of evidence” carried out under the Chinese Communist Party and points to “virus samples ordered destroyed at genomics labs, wildlife market stalls bleached, the genome sequence not shared publicly, the Shanghai lab closure for ‘rectification’, academic articles subjected to prior review by the Ministry of Science and Technology and data on asymptomatic ‘silent carriers’ kept secret.”
(Tyler O’Neil – PJ Media) Five Western intelligence agencies have compiled a damning report cataloging the Chinese Communist Party’s deliberate suppression and destruction of evidence regarding the coronavirus outbreak….
The report claims this malfeasance is an “assault on international transparency” and cost tens of thousands of lives. It comes amid rising demands that governments hold Beijing accountable in court for its malfeasance during the pandemic.
The 15-page research document, first reported by Australia’s The Saturday Telegraph, claims that “to the endangerment of other countries” China covered up news of the pandemic by perpetrating a “deadly denial of human-to-human transmission,” silencing or “disappearing” doctors who spoke out, destroying evidence of the virus in laboratories, and refusing to provide live samples of the coronavirus to international scientists who were working on a vaccine.
This report — compiled by the “Five Eyes” of the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Britain — may form the first step towards countries filing legal claims at the International Court of Justice holding the Communist Party accountable for violating the International Health Regulations (IHR). Last month, the British nonprofit the Henry Jackson Society (HJS) estimated that the G7 countries had suffered at least $4 trillion in damages from the coronavirus pandemic and should sue China for violating its obligations to share information about the outbreak with the World Health Organization (WHO) and other countries.
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