COVID-19 has possible link with Wuhan University bio-engineering program
The Department of Justice arrested Dr. Charles Lieber, 60, Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University.
He was arrested and charged by criminal complaint with one count of making a materially false, fictitious and fraudulent statement.
Lying about involvement with a foreign agency to secure or hold on to research funding provided by the United States Government.
One of those agencies: NIH, is a government agency responsible for biomedical and public health research.
According to Liber's website, the Lieber Research Group "is focused broadly on science and technology at the nanoscale, using novel synthesized 2 building blocks to push scientific boundaries in diverse areas of biology/medicine.
According to records maintained by Harvard University, LIEBER traveled to Wuhan University of Technology (WUT) in mid-November 2011 purportedly in order to participate in a Nano-Energy Materials Forum being hosted by Wuhan University of Technology.
According to their university website, the Bi-materials Engineering Research center mainly engaged in research of biomaterials, tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and nano-medicine. A specialty of LIEBER.
Shortly after his 2011 trip, LIEBER had been recommended for the "The Recruitment Program of Global Experts," which is known to be part of China's Thousand Talents Plan, a program designed to infiltrate world governments and steal research according to FBI intelligence.
LIEBER maintained a formal, collaborative relationship with WUT between at least 2012 and 2017 for which he received travel perks and hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A rumor circulating on the internet presently is that COVID-19 is bio-engineered. A claim that has been denied by some experts but implied by at least on University that specializes in biological science.
Research conducted by Kusuma School of biological sciences, Indian Institute of Technology of New Delhi published finding on Jan 31, 2020 on COVID-19's genetic makeup.
According to the bioRxiv preprint first posted online, Jan. 31, 2020, amino acid residues found in the coronavirus have identity or similarity to those in the HIV1 gp120 or HIV-1 Gag and that these residues in ky structural proteins of HIV-1 are unlikely to be a cause of nature.
With four new insertions in the S protein of 2019-nCoV found when compared to its nearest relative; these proteins are not found in any other coronavirus and are critical for the viruses to identify and latch on to their host cells and for viral assembly, making the virus easy to catch and hard to get rid of.
This mysterious similarity of unique inserts in the 2019- nCoV spike protein to HIV-1 gp120 and Gag is also unlikely to be accidental.