A 15-page research document, allegedly leaked from the “Five Eyes” intelligence alliance claims that China lied to the entire world about the human-to-human transmission of the virus, got rid of whistleblowers and refused to hand over virus samples so the experts in the West could attempt to make a vaccine.
According to the Australian Daily Telegraph, the dossier also claimed that the virus originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and was leaked, even as Chinese officials have always maintained the virus came from their local wet markets.
The incriminating documents lay a foundation for a case of negligence against China by showing that to the “endangerment of other countries” the Chinese government covered-up information on the virus by silencing or “disappearing” doctors who spoke out, destroying evidence of it in its laboratories and refusing to provide live samples to international scientists who were trying desperately to come up with a vaccine.
The “Five Eyes” Alliance is made up of the five English speaking countries- the United States, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada and their report is calling China’s handling of the virus that started a pandemic “an assault on international transparency.”
The report also alleges that China participated in a vast coverup, downplaying the outbreak around the world while scrambling to bury all traces of the disease domestically, including bleaching wet market stalls, suppressing the growing evidence of asymptomatic carriers of the virus and stalling sample requests from other countries.
The report claims that Beijing started censoring search engines as early as December to stop Internet inquiries related to the virus.
The Intelligence gathered showed that China had “evidence of human-human transmission from early December,” but continued to deny it could spread this way until it was revealed on January 20th.
They even cited as an example of the fact that China imposed travel bans on people traveling throughout the nation but continued to tell the international community travel bans were unnecessary.
The report is from the intelligence-sharing alliance of the five leading English-speaking countries, the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada called China’s shady handling of the virus “an assault on international transparency.”