Wuhan Institute of Virology vice-director EXPOSED as CCP official overseeing biosafety
The place where Covid-19, also known as the Chinese Virus, is believed by some to have originated had as one of its top employees a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) official in charge of the regime's "international cooperation and biosafety," we now know
An unearthed email that was sent back in 2013 fully discloses that Yuan Zhiming, the vice-director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology
(WIV), may have played a critical role in the Wuhan coronavirus and its unleashing back in late 2019.
A trove of documents obtained by U.S. Right to Know through ongoing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation uncovered this latest piece of evidence further linking the CCP to the scamdemic
Former Senate investigator Paul D. Thacker is credited with making the discovery, while the Galveston National Laboratory is credited with having obtained it for later release as part of the discovery process.
While it is no secret that the CCP was more than likely involved with covid, Yuan's name is new to the party. His official academic biography conveniently does not mention his role as "Secretary of the Party Committee" at the WIV, nor does it provide any details about his identity as a CCP agent. (Related: Remember when the CCP was caught destroying evidence
linking the WIV to the Chinese Virus?)
Galveston National Laboratory head knew what Yuan was doing at the WIV
Publicly available data shows that Yuan was still director at the WIV as of July 2021, well into the scamdemic
. The guy claims to have previously worked at the Pasteur Institute in France, as well as at the Royal Danish Academy
of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, the Danish National Institute of Environmental Research, and the University of Illinois
It is currently unknown whether any of these institutions know that Yuan is a CCP official.
Yuan is also tied to James Le Duc, director of the Galveston National Laboratory in Texas. This facility was built by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which we know operates under the same umbrella as Tony Fauci's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
"The connections between the Wuhan lab and Le Duc go back to at least 1986 when Le Duc spent a year working at the Wuhan lab," reported The Epoch Times
. "Le Duc later trained Wuhan lab staff at his Galveston lab."
"Le Duc also knew about Yuan's true role at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, since the 2013 email that exposed it was in response to a request from Le Duc's staff to the Institute."
At the time, Le Duc wanted to set up a meeting with Yuan, whom he referred to as "the director of the biocontainment lab." In reply, a staff member at the WIV wrote back that there are actually two directors there: the nominal director and the "Secretary of the Party Committee," the latter referring, of course, to Yuan.
"Like almost all Chinese institutions, the lab had an ostensible director and a CCP praetorian," the Times
added. "Le Duc likely knew that the real power was vested with Yuan, whom he subsequently befriended."
In another email that was sent at the start of the plandemic
on Feb. 9, 2020, Le Duc emailed his "friend" Yuan to ask for an "investigation into the possibility that the Covid outbreak was the result of a release from the Wuhan Institute of Virology."
Le Duc asked a number of other questions, including when coronavirus handling first began at the WIV, as well as whether the WIV had conducted gain-of-function experiments on coronavirus samples that might have led to the release of covid.
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