Judicial Watch: NIH Records Reveal FBI Inquiry of Wuhan Grant

Jul 17, 2022. Records Show Fauci Agency ‘Gain-of-Function’ Concerns about Wuhan Lab Going Back to 2016 (Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today that it received 1651 pages of records from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) revealing an FBI “inquiry” into the NIH’s controversial bat coronavirus grant tied to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The records also show National Institute…

Aerojet Rocketdyne Whistleblower To Receive $2.61 Million in False Claims Act Settlement

July 13, 2022. DOJ Press Release. Brian Markus, a former employee at Aerojet Rocketdyne Inc., will be awarded $2.61 million for his role as a qui tam whistleblower in a False Claims Act case. In the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) press release, two U.S. Attorneys highlighted the importance of whistleblowers in cybersecurity enforcement. The qui tam provisions of the…

Sanofi, Lilly, Novo and trio of PBMs face racketeering charges over insulin drug pricing

Jul 13, 2022. Diabetes giants Sanofi, Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk, plus a trio of pharmacy benefit managers will have to face racketeering charges over claims they systematically hiked the price of insulin drugs. U.S. District Judge Brian Martinotti on Friday denied motions by the defendants—which also include PBM bigwigs OptumRx, Caremark and Express Scripts—to scrap claims under the Racketeer…

Schwab Subsidiaries Misled Clients About Hidden Fees

Jun 28, 2022. Violating antifraud provisions of the Advisers Act – File No. 3-20897 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDING. The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged three Charles Schwab investment adviser subsidiaries for not disclosing that they were allocating client funds in a manner that their own internal analyses showed would be less profitable for their clients under most market conditions. The subsidiaries…

EU’s 6th package of anti-Russian sanctions: oil embargo, banking bans, media bans

Jun 27, 2022. The European Union’s governing body has published a list of new sanctions against Moscow, accusing Russia of a “continuing war of aggression against Ukraine.” The sixth batch of restrictions since February contains a phased embargo on oil imports, restrictions against some Russian banks and broadcasters, and the blacklisting of people Brussels accuses of war crimes. The Council…

Are social media companies employing ex-spies?

June 26, 2022. Are Twitter, TikTok, Facebook and other social media platforms hiring from the FBI, military, NATO, CIA and U.S. State Department? It seems they are. This hiring tendency has not been widely reported in mainstream news because the revelation seems to have originated in an investigation by Russian media sources. Much of the evidence for the claim, however, is publicly verifiable. Here are some examples you can verify for yourself.

Germany silences journalist covering Ukraine, threatens prison, freezes family’s bank accounts

June 25, 2022. A criminal investigation has been opened against Alina Lipp, a German journalist based in the Donbass. She has been covering the Russian-Ukrainian conflict as an independent journalist and has fallen out of favor with the German government. Alina faces up to three years in prison.

Billions Keep Flowing to Afghanistan, State Dept. Blocks Audit to Disclose Where Money is Going

Jun 24, 2022.The U.S. has dropped a ghastly $146 billion on Afghanistan reconstruction in the last two decades and billions more continue to be spent, but the Biden administration is blocking federal auditors from conducting their congressionally mandated job of investigating where the money is going. For months the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) has been trying to…

Punished for Exposing War Crimes: U.K. Approves Assange Extradition to U.S., Faces 175 Years

June 17, 2022. In a blow to press freedom, the United Kingdom has approved the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States to face espionage charges related to the publication of classified documents exposing U.S. war crimes. Home Secretary Priti Patel signed off on the transfer after the U.K. Supreme Court denied Assange’s appeals earlier this year,…

Ukraine has a kill list, and Canadian Journalist Eva Bartlett is on it

June 15, 2022. Eva K Bartlett: RT had me on yesterday to discuss Ukraine’s kill list & my entry on it. I highlighted Canada’s cozy relationship with Ukraine, including with the Nazi battalions, Chrystia Freeland’s Nazi-collaborating grandpa , and why I feel safer living in Russia than I would were I back in Canada where Ukrainian nationalists & Nazi supporters…

Eli Lilly whistleblower fired after reporting manufacturing problems at NJ plant

Jun 6, 2022. A former human resources officer at Eli Lilly and Co sued the drugmaker on Monday, alleging she was terminated after pointing out poor manufacturing practices and data falsification involving one of its blockbuster diabetes drugs. The plaintiff, Amrit Mula, alleges violations of an employee protection law and seeks unspecified damages. The U.S. Department of Justice last year…

Canadian PM asked to hand over secret information re unprecedented use of the Emergencies Act

June 1, 2022. Public inquiry into the federal government’s unprecedented use of the Emergencies Act seeks access to cabinet secrets. The public inquiry into the federal government’s unprecedented use of the Emergencies Act wants access to cabinet secrets as it warns it will be hard to complete its work by next February, as required under a legally-mandated timeline. In its…

Russia cuts off more gas supplies to Europe

2022-06-01. Russia is cutting off more gas supplies to Europe. On Tuesday, the state energy company Gazprom cut off some gas to the Netherlands, Denmark and Germany. This came hours after the EU banned most Russian oil imports. (Democracy Now) Denmark Denmark’s largest energy company said Russia cut off its gas supply Wednesday because it refused to pay in rubles,…

Former Congressional Candidate Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud and Falsification of Records

June 1, 2022. A former Congressional candidate pleaded guilty today for using COVID-19 relief funds for personal expenditures and for falsifying records to conceal thousands of dollars of in-kind contributions by employees in a report to the Federal Elections Commission (FEC). According to court documents, in 2020, Nicholas Jones, 36, of Boise, Idaho, a small business owner, applied for and…

Yemeni Man Maimed in US Drone Strike as Pentagon Refuses Help

2022-06-01. Calls are growing for the Pentagon to acknowledge that a U.S. drone strike on March 29, 2018, in Yemen mistakenly struck civilians. Adel Al Manthari was the only survivor of the drone strike, which killed his four cousins as they were driving a car across the village of Al Uqla. The Pentagon refuses to admit the men were civilians and…

NIH, Wuhan were working on Monkeypox

2022-06-01 Dr. Campbell’s Notes Wuhan Institute of Virology published on monkeypox research 3 months ago NIH also have been researching monkeypox treatment: NIH SOURCE Total funding, $9,824,009 The funding supports a clinical trial to identify effective treatments for monkeypox A re-emerging pathogen A disease of epidemic potential Causes significant morbidity and can result in death Human cases have been increasing…