Coronavirus: US Group Files 20 Trillion Lawsuit Against China

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Washington-based law firm Freedom Watch and Texas Company Bus Photos, which specialize in high school sports photography, have filed legal action against China because of coronavirus.

The Organizations filed a Texas lawsuit seeking $ 20 trillion ($ 20 trillion) in damages from China, the source of the coronavirus.

They allege that the Chinese government has created the Coronavirus as an illegal biological weapon that has spread to the world. The virus was released by the Wuhan Institute of Viroja, a biological test.

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The virus they had prepared against the enemy was being released at an unexpected time. The petitioners argue that although China was primarily targeted at the American people, the virus was not limited to it.

There was a heartless act on the part of China that was unacceptable. The people of China are good but their government is not. According to the plea, the court has sought compensation from China, which has brought the world into such a situation.

According to a petition filed by Bus Photos, the loss of $ 50,000 last week was due to the closure of educational institutions and sports events following the outbreak of the Coronavirus in the United States. Buzz Fotas has been sued by activist and lawyer Larry Klayman.

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