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[SIZE=7][COLOR=rgb(184, 49, 47)]Chinese spy Dong Jingwei ‘defects to the West while offering Covid secrets’[/SIZE]
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A top Chinese spy has reportedly defected to the US and offered up intelligence about how the Covid pandemic began.
Vice Minister of State Security Dong Jingwei is believed to have secretly flown from Hong Kong to the US on February 10, according to reports that have surfaced on Chinese media sites and Twitter.
He travelled alongside his daughter Dong Yang, outlet Spy Talk reported.
Rumours are swirling that Mr Dong has passed on important information about the Wuhan Institute of Virology, at the centre of the covid lab leak theory which had been dismissed as a “conspiracy” by many for the last year-and-a-half but is now being reignited.
If the rumours are true, Mr Dong would be the highest-level defector ever from the People’s Republic of China.
His evidence may have even sparked US President Joe Biden’s U-turn on the country’s covid probe. Mr Biden announced in late May a new review into the origins of covid, after having shut down a previous probe.
He has now called on the US intelligence community to “redouble” its investigation to find out whether covid jumped from an animal host to humans, or if it was accidentally released from the Wuhan research lab.
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A photo allegedly shows possible Chinese defector Dong Jingwei. Picture: Twitter/@lianchaohanSource:Twitter
Mr Dong served as a prestigious counterintelligence head of China’s Ministry of State Security, otherwise known as the Guoanbu. His intelligence is reported to include early pathogenic studies of the virus, models of predicted covid spread and damage to the world, and financial records detailing which organisations and governments funded the research.
He may also have information about the names of Chinese spies working in the US, and how the Chinese government gained access to a CIA communications system.
Former Chinese foreign ministry official Dr Han Lianchao, who defected after the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989, wrote in a tweet this week that if true, Mr Dong’s defection “is really a big bomb”.
He also reportedly shared a photo of Mr Dong, claiming he was last seen in public in September 2020. The photo has since been removed from Chinese search engine Baidu.
A doctor checks a patient who has Covid-19 at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital in Wuhan. Picture: AFPSource:AFP
With tensions growing between the US and China, some false rumours have recently surfaced about defectors, including a bogus claim covid scientist Shi Zhengli had swapped sides.
Also adding to the intrigue are reports from China that Mr Dong hosted a national security meeting on June 18 aimed at catching “spies and traitors”. However, a convincing photo of him at the meeting has not yet surfaced, sparking disbelief that he ever attended the event.
The local reports have actually fired up the rumour mill even more, with a photo from the alleged security meeting showing a man who many believe is not actually My Jingwei.