Tuesday, April 30, 2024

FBI Found It ‘alarming’ That Fauci-Funded Virus Research at Wuhan Lab Would Leave No Trace of ‘human Manipulation’; Ex-Fauci Adviser Shared ‘confidential’ NIH Info With EcoHealth About COVID Biosafety Levels: Docs, and other C-Virus related stories

FBI found it ‘alarming’ that Fauci-funded virus research at Wuhan lab would leave no trace of ‘human manipulation’:
The FBI was tipped off in April 2020 to gain-of-function virus research in China, funded by the agency formerly headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci, that “would leave no signature of purposeful human manipulation,” emails from agents at the bureau show.
At least one FBI agent at the bureau’s Newark Field Office referred to the revelation as “alarming.”
Another agent called the tip “interesting,” and vowed to follow-up with others at the FBI.
The five-pages of emails were obtained by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch via a Freedom of Information Act request and released Friday.
“These smoking gun documents showed the FBI quickly understood that Fauci’s agency funded the gain-of-function research that could disguise the resulting coronavirus as ‘natural,’” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement.
“These new documents further demonstrate the need for a comprehensive criminal investigation into Fauci’s gain-of-function scandal,” he added.
In an email exchange from April 23, 2020, with the subject line “Follow up call,” a person whose name is redacted passes along details and analysis to several FBI Newark Field Office officials related to the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases $661,000 grant to EcoHealth Alliance for bat coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
“The reason I am writing is that the experimental strategy proposed in Aim 3 (‘infectious clone technology’), if performed using commercial or in-house gene synthesis to prepare the infectious clones, *** would leave no signatures of purposeful human manipulation***,” the unnamed individual informed the FBI. --->READ MORE HERE
Ex-Fauci adviser shared ‘confidential’ NIH info with EcoHealth about COVID biosafety levels: docs
A former senior adviser to National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci shared “confidential” communications with EcoHealth Alliance about how the agency was preparing to respond to accusations that it funded risky gain-of-function experiments on coronaviruses in Wuhan, China.
The House Select Committee on the Coronavirus Pandemic released an email on Friday between NIAID’s Dr. David Morens and EcoHealth President Dr. Peter Daszak, in which the senior scientific adviser noted Fauci had been briefed about the accusations of substandard biosafety levels at the Chinese research lab.
“Peter, the below CONFIDENTIAL email went to Tony,” Morens wrote on June 5, 2021, “so that Tony will be prepared to speak to the subject of BSL,” an abbreviation for the term biosafety levels.
“This is what I was typing up when we spoke last night,” Morens also told Daszak, another infectious disease expert and molecular biologist and other National Institutes of Health officials on the email thread.
“I am sure he will ‘get’ this and be able to respond to the crazies if necessary,” he said.
COVID subcommittee chairman Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) issued a subpoena to Morens on Tuesday, following allegations that he had used his private email account to share information with EcoHealth, in an apparent violation of federal record-keeping laws.
The Post obtained a copy of the confidential email sent to EcoHealth, which had received more than $1.4 million in federal grants to help conduct research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), some of which was later revealed to have enhanced the transmissibility of SARS-like viruses, in violation of the grant.
The email includes talking points cobbled together for Fauci to respond to allegations that the US government funded the dangerous experiments in Wuhan — one month after he had emphatically denied the fact in a Senate hearing. --->READ MORE HERE
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