Report: Intelligence proves that Wuhan lab had sick staff as early as November 2019
The Wall Street Journal obtained an intelligence report that reportedly revealed three staff members in China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology went to a hospital to be treated “with symptoms consistent with both Covid-19 and common seasonal illness” in the fall of 2019.
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One of their anonymous sources is reportedly taking the intelligence very seriously. “The information that we had coming from the various sources was of exquisite quality. It was very precise. What it didn’t tell you was exactly why they got sick,” the source told the Journal.
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On the other hand, China continues to deny that the coronavirus came from any of its labs. The foreign ministry continued to deny in a statement to WSJ. “The U.S. continues to hype the lab leak theory. Is it actually concerned about tracing the source or trying to divert attention?”
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Treasury Department sanctions Chinese companies, Mexican individuals as ‘enablers’ to fentanyl crisis
The Biden administration is taking action against perpetrators of the overwhelming fentanyl crisis in the United States. In a statement released Tuesday, the Treasury Department announced it has “sanctioned several individuals and entities in China and Mexico that are supporting the fentanyl crisis in the U.S.”
“Treasury’s sanctions target every stage of the deadly supply chain fueling the surge in fentanyl poisonings and deaths across the country,” Under Secretary of the Treasury for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Brian E. Nelson said in the sanctions announcement. “Counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl constitute a leading cause of these deaths, devastating thousands of American families each year. We remain committed to using all authorities against enablers of illicit drug production to disrupt this deadly global production and counter the threat posed by these drugs.”
The Daily Caller News Foundation reports that the sanctions targeted Youli Technology Development Co., Ltd. (尤里科技发展有限公司) (Youli) along with three Youli-affiliated Chinese nationals, Guo Chunyan (郭春艳), Guo Yunnian (郭运年), and Guo Ruiguang (郭瑞光), all located in Huizhou, China, for supplying pill presses to individuals in the U.S.
The sanctions also targeted Tdpmolds, an online business controlled by Zhao Dongdong (赵冬冬) (Zhao), a Chinese national in Yantai, China., Chinese nationals and entities Zhao, Pan Hao (潘昊) (Pan), Yantai Yixun International Trade Co., Ltd. (烟台易迅国际贸易有限公司) (Yantai Yixun) and Yantai Mei Xun Trade Co., Ltd. (烟台美讯商贸有限公司) (Yantai Mei Xun).
Tdpmolds supplied pill presses and dies for counterfeit pill production operations in the U.S., according to the Treasury Department. Pan sold some of Tdpmolds’ products in 2019 and 2020 to U.S. counterfeit pill manufacturers, and Yantai Yixun provided equipment to U.S. manufacturers of scheduled drugs.
Mexican individuals who received sanctions include Mario Ernesto Martinez Trevizo (Martinez), Cinthia Adriana Rodriguez Almeida (Rodriguez) and Ernesto Alonso Macias Trevizo (Macias). Martinez managed a pill press operation in Mexico, which Macias also worked for, with ties to the notorious Sinaloa cartel and worked with Yason electronics, which supplied pill presses and molds for counterfeit pills. Rodriguez held a senior position with a pill press supplier also tied to Yason electronics.
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