Wuhan Lab *Was* Cause Of COVID-19, Claims Award-Winning Scientist In New Study Citing 600 Pieces Of Evidence

I came across this German study a few days ago but waited until a reputable news organization succinctly summarized the 100+ page report.

The publisher of the report is a well-known, well-funded, and well-renown scientist who put together 600 inconvertible facts that this was indeed an accident that occurred at the Wuhan Virology Institute.

In order to read the actual study, you’ll need to translate from German.  I used translate.google.com and uploaded my copy of the PDF Study.  But if you just want the summary of the study, read the entire story at National Pulse.

The February study argues against two prevailing theories that COVID-19 was transmitted to humans either via a wet market or a lab accident.

“To date, there is no scientifically based rigorous evidence for either mentioned theories,” Wiesendanger, a three-time recipient of the prestigious European Research Council grant.

Wiesendanger’s 105-page report continues, asking: “is the current global crisis actually the result of a coincidence in nature – a coincidental mutation of a coronavirus a bat with the assistance of an intermediate host – or the result of a Scientist carelessness when carrying out the project is high-risk research with global pandemic potential?” [ Source: National Pulse ]

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