CIA Sued for Blocking Access to COVID Records

The suit alleges administration is not being transparent with Congress.

A lawsuit has been filed against the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the District of Columbia U.S. District Court alleging that the agency has not complied with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The request for information was regarding their analysts who are said to have “received monetary incentives to change their position on the origins “of the COVID-19 virus. The suit alleges that the records would detail payoffs to analysts about the Wuhan lab leak. 

The lawsuit requests the federal court for a “preliminary and permanent injunction compelling” the CIA to produce the records within 20 days or “by such other date as the Court deems appropriate.” 

An attorney for the plaintiff said, “A CIA whistleblower has made serious allegations that the agency bought off employees of the agency to further obstruct efforts to get to the truth of the virus’s origins. This obstruction cannot stand and we’re fighting in federal court to get to the bottom of this.” 

The assertions are supported by information obtained from the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic. 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Director William Burns as he heads the Central Intelligence Agency.
  • For Chairman Brad Wenstrup as he oversees the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic.
  • For members of Congress as they investigate and provide oversight for executive agencies.

Sources: NY Post, Daily Caller, Gateway Pundit


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