USA slaps $ 20 trillion US Dollars lawsuit against China
Dallas, Texas: $20 trillion US Dollars lawsuit has been filed against People’s Republic of China, the official Chinese Army and Wuhan Institute of Virilogy, Shi Zhengli, Director Wuhan Institute of Virology and Major General Chen Wei of China’s People’s Liberation Army, by Freedom Watch along with a business establishment, and Larry Klayman, a conservative lawyer and on behalf of different classes of people, including all similarly situated, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT CONCERNING MASSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY DEFENDANTS AS A RESULT OF CLOVID-19 RELEASE FROM AN ILLEGAL AND INTERNATIONALLY OUTLAWED BIOWEAPONS FACILITY IN THE CITY OF WUHAN OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
The Plaintiffs have demanded through their Class Complaint, filed on 17 March, that the Defendants, each and every one of them, jointly and severally as joint tortfeasors, be ordered an award in excess of $20 trillion U.S. Dollars and such other relief the Court may deem just and proper for compensatory and actual damages because of their demonstrable physical and emotional injury to Plaintiffs and the class and subclases, punitive damages because of Defendants callous and reckless indifference and malicious acts.
The case has been made out on the ground that due to the wrongful conduct of the defendants, people suffered conscious pain, suffering, severe emotional distress and the fear of imminent serious bodily injury or death, and death, and have suffered pecuniary and economic damage, loss of support, loss of nurture, care and guidance, grief, anguish, loss of services, loss of society, and other mental and physical injuries.
CONSPIRACY TO CAUSE INJURY AND EVEN DEATH OF U.S. CITIZENS
The Defendants are responsible for the deaths of at least 41 U.S. citizens, and mounting, and others in the class from COVID-19 viral infections, the petitioners have alleged. The petition goes on to point out that as a direct and proximate consequence of Defendants’, each and every one of them acting in concert jointly and severally as joint tortfeasors, wanton and irresponsible recklessness and negligence, the public release and spread of COVID19 has caused the Plaintiffs and other members of the class and subclasses illness, death, medical expenses, economic disruption and damage, loss of employment and other great losses including but not limited to loss of time for their chosen lives, and social disruption.
It has been underscored:
It appears that the COVID-19 virus was released at an unplanned, unexpected time, it was prepared and stockpiled as a biological weapon to be used against China’s perceived enemies, including but not limited to the people of the United States.
While COVID-19 virus may be too slow acting and slow-spreading to be used quickly against an enemy’s military, it was designed to be used agaist the general population of one or more of China’s perceived enemy nations, such as the United States.
Thus, the Defendants, each and every one of them acting in concert jointly and severally as joint tortfeasors, created and/or refined and then stockpiled biological weapons for the express purpose of using such weapons against its perceived enemies, including but not limited to the people of the United States.
Material Support to terrorists
The petition says, each of the Defendants, each and every one of them acting in concert as joint tortfeasors is providing material support to the preparation and carrying out of numerous acts of what in effect constitutes international terrorism which have placed the Plaintiff(s) in imminent danger of death or illness.
As a result of such support to terrorist groups, Defendants violated the law of nations, established U.S. law, international laws, treaties and norms, including but not limited to those sections previously set forth: The Declaration on Measures to Eliminate International Terrorism and citations therein incorporated by reference adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 9, 1994 (GA Res. 49/50); The AntiTerror Act, 18 U.S.C. 113B; The Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act,
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