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Jennifer Zeng, who hosts a show called "Inconvenient Truths," recently published her first video to the platform covering the mysterious death of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) researcher Bing Liu.
This liberty legend explains during the segment that Liu, who was reportedly on the verge of making some "very significant findings" about the Chinese coronavirus, was recently found dead in what police are calling a murder-suicide over a love triangle feud.
We are excited to welcome Zeng to the Brighteon platform, and we encourage you to take a look at the information she presents as part of her investigation into this suspicious murder – you will not be disappointed!
Liu had been conducting important research at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh being a "sister city" to Wuhan, China, where the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is believed to have originated.
While the official story is that Liu simply got tangled up in relationship problems, the timing and circumstances surrounding his murder raise serious questions about what he was potentially on the verge of bringing to light concerning the pandemic.
Before Liu could go public with any of it, he was found dead in his Elm Court apartment with gunshot wounds to both his head and neck. Police say that another man, Hao Gu, entered Liu's apartment and shot Liu to death before going back to his car and shooting himself.
Listen below as Zeng presents what she uncovered about this bizarre case:
The whole thing sounds like it could have been orchestrated by the likes of Hillary Clinton to "suicide" a man who was about to blow the lid on some pretty major discoveries. And the even crazier thing is that at least two others have also died under similarly mysterious circumstances in recent days.
One of them is renowned Canadian scientist Frank Plummer, an infectious disease specialist who turned up dead in Kenya back in February. A world leader in HIV breakthroughs, Plummer is said to have suddenly collapsed before being taken to a hospital in Nairobi where he was immediately pronounced dead.
As Zeng explains, Plummer had likewise been involved with coronavirus research just prior to his mysterious death, which has prompted many "netizens" to speculate that this may have been an assassination.
Another suspicious death involved a Chinese reporter who was living in New York City at a time when she began to write her own independent accounts of what she was observing on the streets. She announced in her first blog post that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was lying about the nature of the virus, and stated that she would tell a much different story based on her own observances.
This reporter got through just a few published posts before she was announced to have died from an alleged car attack during the city's lockdowns as they existed back in late March. But many netizens argued this, stating that there were no cars driving around the city at that time.
"I remember it was a friend who said, 'if you see one dead fly in your room, it could be just accidental. If you see two dead flies, it could still be okay. However, if you see three dead flies in your room, you need to check what's wrong in your house,'" Zeng says in her video about these three mysterious deaths.
Take some time to check out Zeng's video at Brighteon and the information she has to share, and be sure to subscribe to her channel so you can be notified about all future videos.
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