Lab Debate of WIV

By The Reader's Turn
The Reader's Turn
The Reader's Turn
June 24, 2021 Updated: June 24, 2021

I am writing this letter to you to express my excitement as a fresh home delivery reader and to regret my years resisting your product. My family and I enjoy your rich and down-to-earth journalism.

I recommend that everyone who cares about the Wuhan virus read The Epoch Times.

As a practicing surgeon for 40 years, I learned many new surgical skills by attending lab courses. I often wondered about how we depose hundreds of thousands of pigs across the country when they are only temporarily anesthetized during surgery. Our law strictly demands cremation, whereas, in China, it is a different story, as the resale of animals to the wet market represents a giant profit. An article in The New England Journal of Medicine, Feb. 2020, by Qun Li et. al., indicated that among the first 425 patients, the majority of cases (55 percent) were all linked to the Huanan Seafood Wholesale market.

The recent WHO report was a product of a joint statement that must have been agreed upon by China, and therefore it was not an independent investigation. The crime probe needs timely exams for eyewitness and material collections that may no longer exist or are prohibited, destroyed by China authorities.

I am very pessimistic about the result of the investigations three months later, as it will be inconclusive. We must not let this virus-origin investigation end. Therefore, I strongly suggest having a bipartisan committee by Congress to continuously explore the Wuhan virus origin and to remove states’ immunity, so the court may take on cases of damage by the Chinese Communist Party.

It is so sad that, after more than 3.5 million people worldwide and 600,000 Americans died, and many more are grieving, the world will never find the origin of this pandemic.

Dr. Tsai

Clinical associate professor in surgery, Seton Hall University, New Jersey

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