US group slams $20trn lawsuit against China, says Coronavirus is bioweapon

•Alleges Wuhan Institute of Virology releases virus

•Joins Chinese Army, Virology Institute’s Director in suit
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As COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, a United States (US) advocacy group has filed a $20 trillion lawsuit against Chinese authorities in the US over Coronavirus outbreak.

Indian-based BusinessToday reports that the plaintiffs have sought US$20 trillion, which is a bigger amount than China’s GDP, claiming that Coronavirus is the result of a biological weapon prepared by the Chinese authorities.

American lawyer Larry Klayman and his advocacy group, Freedom Watch, along with Texas company Buzz Photos, have filed the lawsuit against the Chinese Government, Chinese Army, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Director of Wuhan Institute of Virology Shi Zhengli and Chinese army’s Major General Chen Wei.

The plaintiffs have accused China of aiding and abetting death, provision of material support to terrorists, conspiracy to cause injury and death of US citizens, negligence, wrongful death, assault and battery.

They alleged that the virus had released from the Wuhan Virology Institute.

The plaintiffs stated that the COVID-19 virus was “designed” by China to kill mass populations.

Biological weapons were outlawed in 1925, and hence such a biological weapon is a terrorist-related weapon of mass destruction, the lawsuit mentioned.

The American advocacy group also cites multiple media reports that said that there was only one microbiology lab in China that handled advanced viruses like the novel Coronavirus, located in Wuhan.

To cover up, the plaintiffs alleged, China linked statements on Coronavirus with national security protocols.

Lawyer Klayman and the plaintiffs further purported that Chinese doctors and researchers who spoke out about Coronavirus and “raised the alarm to the outside world internationally” have been “silenced”.

They added that such was the desperation of Major-General Chen to save herself from the virus that she injected herself and six members of her team with a potential vaccine that was yet to be tested.

All the defendants were working together to perpetuate “international terrorism”, they alleged.

The lawsuit stated that while Coronavirus is slow-acting and slow-spreading to be used against a country’s military, “it was designed to be used against the general population of one or more of China’s perceived enemy nations, such as the United States.”

The American plaintiffs has asked for a jury trial against the Chinese defendants over COVID-19 pandemic fast distressing the global world.

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