Documents Obtained by Judicial Watch Show Peter Daszak, EcoHealth and US Institutions Worked with China’s Military in Researching Coronaviruses
Judicial Watch requested information through a FOIA request from the US government that confirms what we have been reporting for some time – that US doctors and institutions knew they were working with the Chinese military on COVID-related research.
American Liberty reported yesterday:
Documents obtained by Judicial Watch show in greater detail than ever before how the National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded virus-tweaking research, including experiments that enhanced a bat coronavirus, increasing the likelihood of cross-species transmission.
The experiments that made that bat coronavirus more infectious to humans occurred at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
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In the article are numerous attachments. But one attachment caught our eye. It refers to a grant starting in 2014:
In a “Notice of Award” dated July 13, 2020, the NIH increased the amount of NIH money going to Peter Daszak’s firm, EcoHealth Alliance, by $369,819 with a project period that runs from June 1, 2014, through June 30, 2025, for Daszak’s project “Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence.”
As you can see from this link and the attached image below, in 2015 Daszak reported on joint work with the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. We know this because the article is co-authored by the Academy of Military Medical Sciences, Beijing, China, and the Second Military Medical University, Shanghai, China.
British zoologist, Peter Daszak, and these fine US institutions knew they were working with the Chinese military. They were included in a memo of research findings.
Hat tip Ret. Col and PhD Lawrence Sellin