The families of four COVID-19 victims filed a lawsuit against EcoHealth Alliance and its president, Peter Daszak, for their alleged role in “creating” the pathogen that caused the COVID-19 plandemic.

EcoHealth Alliance failed to make sure critical safety measures took place at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, according to the lawsuit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.

The New York-based nonprofit received funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and subsequently funded the Wuhan Lab’s infamous gain-of-function research.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General admitted:

We obtained a list of all NIH awards to EcoHealth and all subawards made by EcoHealth during Federal fiscal years 2014 through 2021 (audit period). Our audit covered three NIH awards to EcoHealth totaling approximately $8.0 million, which included $1.8 million of EcoHealth’s subawards to eight subrecipients, including the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV).


Our audit methodology was designed to address NIH and EcoHealth’s policies, procedures, and internal controls in place to monitor, manage, and use grant funds. We selected and reviewed 150 EcoHealth transactions totaling $2,578,567 across the 3 NIH awards comprised of different types of cost categories for allowability.

The families of the COVID-19 victims accused EcoHealth Alliance of “releasing” the pathogen, whether “intentionally or accidentally.”

The New York Post reports:

“If we had known the source or origin of this virus and had not been misled that it was from a pangolin in a wet market, and rather we knew that it was a genetically manipulated virus, and that the scientists involved were concealing that from our clients, the outcome could have been very different,” Patricia Finn, the victims’ attorney, told The Post.

The families of Mary Conroy, of Pennsylvania; Emma D. Holley, of Rochester, NY; Larry Carr, of Crossville, Tennessee; and Raul Osuna, of Bennington, Nebraska, are seeking unspecified damages.

“[The families of the deceased] are definitely in mourning, but moreover they’re enraged because the truth of what really happened appears to be coming forward,” Finn added.

Paul Rinker, of Pennsylvania, is also suing Midtown-based EcoHealth and Daszak over the “serious injuries” he suffered from his bout with the bug.

Finn has also filed lawsuits against EcoHealth and Daszak in Nassau and Rockland Counties on behalf of the families of four other people killed by the virus, as well as two who survived.

Although the HHS Office of Inspector General and Government Accountability Office said the NIH funded the Wuhan Institute of Virology through EcoHealth Alliance, denial of the dangerous research’s consequences persists.

Former NIAID Director Anthony Fauci still continues to defend the COVID-19 cover-up.

“Fauci went on Australian TV last night and claimed that Daszak and the Wuhan lab were merely surveilling viruses, not enhancing them (Fauci specifically funded virus enhancement). Btw like his American counterparts the Australian Network 10 stenographer just fawns all over Fauci,” Hans Mahncke reports.


Fauci lied under oath about the NIH funding gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Lab, and Sen. Rand Paul continues pursuing a perjury criminal referral.

Rand Paul Reveals “Smoking Gun” in Criminal Referral Against Anthony Fauci (WATCH)

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