The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently gave EcoHealth five days to submit “any and all unpublished data” from its experiments at the Wuhan lab.
Daszak responded, vacillating between “the dog ate my homework” and “we’re all in this together.” But he failed to provide all of the required data.
Daszak’s letter, more a legal brief than a compliance response, even chastised the NIH for failing to contact him before “responding to any congressional inquiry.”
But three material issues were raised. First, Daszak failed to submit all the data required by the NIH. And the reason for that is chilling.
Daszak’s letter revealed that crucial virus data from EcoHealth’s experiments with the Wuhan lab is actively being censored by Chinese Communist Party authorities.
Finally, Daszak revealed the continuation of experiments in 2019 and beyond. And his letter disclosed the existence of year 6 and year 7 reports that have not been made public.
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