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FOIA Finds NIH Deleted Info From Wuhan Lab on CCP Virus Genetic Sequencing


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"The Arlington, Va.-based Empower Oversight Whistleblowers and Researchers (EO) obtained as a result of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request and lawsuit more than 230 pages of documents dating from 2020, including emails, memoranda, and other correspondence, among and between the lab and multiple NIH officials.

The CCP Virus that is also known as the Novel Coronavirus was first detected in China in late 2019, then spread from there around the world. The first death from the virus in the United States was reported in January 2020, and since then more than 1 million Americans have succumbed to the virus, and in excess of six million globally."


"Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.), a physician who is a member of the Senate Committee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions (HELP), told The Epoch Times that “the NIH deleting key data at the onset of the pandemic has only caused more questions regarding its involvement on the emergence of” the virus."

"“The American people deserve to know the truth behind the origins of COVID-19, as well as how we can best prepare for, prevent, and recover from future global pandemics. As a physician, I think we always need to know the what, where, how, and why when giving a diagnosis. For this reason, it couldn’t be more important that we get to the bottom of this deleted data and ensure that NIH operates at the interest of our national security,” Marshall continued."

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