An illegal and secret Chinese COVID-19 biolab has been discovered in California. The lab conducted experiments on 900 genetically engineered mice, specifically designed to contract and carry COVID-19.
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In Reedley, CA, in the central San Joaquin Valley, an unexpected discovery was made in what was believed to be an empty storage building. Unknown to the public, the facility was secretly operated by a suspicious Chinese company, engaging in a black-market style lab testing operation.
Local code enforcement officers stumbled upon the clandestine lab when they noticed a garden hose protruding from the rear wall of the building. This observation led to a startling revelation. Upon further investigation, public health staff uncovered a shocking array of blood, tissue, bodily fluid samples, and unidentified serums. The facility contained thousands of vials of fluids suspected to be biological material, all unlabeled and potentially hazardous.
Disturbingly, they also found 900 genetically engineered mice, specifically designed to contract and carry COVID-19, living in appalling and inhumane conditions. Regrettably, 773 of the mice had to be euthanized, and another 178 were found already deceased.
Reedley City Manager Nicole Zieba expressed her astonishment at the situation, stating that in her 25 years of government service, she had never encountered anything like this. Even seasoned county health officials were taken aback, with Assistant Director of the Fresno County Department of Public Health Joe Prado claiming that, in his 26-year career, he had never witnessed such a situation.
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Upon conducting tests, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identified at least 20 potentially infectious agents, including coronavirus, HIV, hepatitis, and herpes, among others, from the substances present in the lab.
Investigations revealed that the tenant responsible for the illegal lab was Prestige BioTech, a company registered in Nevada but operating without a valid license in California. The company president, Xiuquin Yao, confirmed that assets belonging to a defunct company named Universal Meditech Inc. (UMI) had been moved to the Reedley warehouse after UMI’s closure. It was stated that Prestige BioTech acted as a creditor to UMI and was considered its successor.
What made the situation even more suspicious was the lack of verifiable California addresses for either company, with the exception of UMI’s previous Fresno location, from which they had been evicted. Other addresses provided for authorized agents were either empty offices or locations in China, making it difficult for officials to trace their activities.
This alarming discovery raised questions about the existence of other similar bioagent labs, possibly lurking undiscovered. Kyle Bass, in a brief tweet-thread, highlighted the gravity of the situation and the need for a thorough investigation. It is evident that the involvement of illegal bio-agent labs, particularly those associated with a foreign entity, poses significant risks to U.S. national security.
Given the sensitivity of the matter, it is crucial that this investigation be handled at the highest levels of U.S. law enforcement to develop a comprehensive plan aimed at safeguarding national security against such illicit operations.
According to a shocking report earlier reported by GreatGameIndia, China created a cookbook of covert Genetic Bioweapons engineered to target races based on specific DNA before COVID-19 officially began.
China’s national strategy of military-civil fusion has highlighted biology as a priority, and the People’s Liberation Army could be at the forefront of expanding and exploiting this knowledge.
In 2016, the potential strategic value of genetic information led the Chinese government to launch the National Genebank, which intends to become the world’s largest repository of such data. It aims to “develop and utilize China’s valuable genetic resources, safeguard national security in bioinformatics, and enhance China’s capability to seize the strategic commanding heights” in the domain of Biotechnology Warfare.
Chinese military’s interest in biology as an emerging domain of warfare is guided by strategists who talk about potential “genetic weapons” and the possibility of a “bloodless victory.”
- CDC detects coronavirus, HIV, hepatitis and herpes at unlicensed California lab – NBC News
- ‘I’ve never seen anything like this’: Illegal medical lab discovered in Reedley – Your Central Valley
- Kyle Bass Thread