Chinese Officials Silence Wuhan Mourners

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
May 8, 2020Chinashare

It’s still not known how many people died from the CCP virus in Wuhan, the Chinese regime is now silencing residents who’ve lost loved ones.

According to a New York Times report, seven Wuhan residents reached out to New-York-based activist Yang Zhanqing—asking for help to sue the regime. One woman said her mother died from the virus after being turned away from several hospitals. Another said her father-in-law died in quarantine. But after several weeks of planning, they suddenly went silent in late April. Yang said two of them had been threatened by police.

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