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CNN’s strange Wuhan lab story suggests US spies HACKED Chinese database, hints that probe into Covid-19 origins may take longer — RT

probe into Covid-19 origins may take longer

A bizarre CNN story about the ongoing US intelligence investigation of Covid-19’s origins that relies on anonymous sources, and seems to make excuses for the spies coming up short, also manages to accuse the US of hacking China.

In a progress report of sorts on the 90-day investigation into the coronavirus origins – with which US spies were tasked back in May – a trio of CNN reporters mainly makes excuses for why it might not be completed in time, and could require another three months.

The spies are “digging through a treasure trove of genetic data” that contains “genetic blueprints drawn from virus samples studied at the lab in Wuhan, China,” says the report, referring to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

While “it’s unclear exactly how or when US intelligence agencies gained access to the information,” the computers where such data is stored “are typically connected to external cloud-based servers – leaving open the possibility they were hacked,” CNN’s sources reportedly said.

This remarkable admission that the US may have hacked the Chinese cloud in pursuit of information about the virus – data that was supposedly taken offline in September 2019 and that Beijing is refusing to provide to the World Health Organization – is made only in passing. The rest of the story deals with the difficulties the US spies are having in decoding the data.

According to CNN and its anonymous sources, the intelligence community has commandeered the supercomputers from the US network of National Laboratories, but has run into a problem: a lack of scientists “skilled enough to interpret complex genetic sequencing data” and who not only speak Mandarin and command the appropriate scientific vocabulary but also have the proper security clearances.

The spies might need another 90 days for the probe, CNN reported, and don’t expect to uncover the ‘smoking gun’ that would conclusively prove either theory – natural evolution or lab origin – in the absence of an “unexpected windfall” of new information. The story points out – twice – that, even if the spies could decipher the mysteriously obtained data, they might still “lack the contextual information to make sense of it in a narrative way.”

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