China Sued Over Coronavirus in International Criminal Court
'It is a criminal regime, which arrogantly shrugs off its criminal responsibility by blaming the U.S.'
By WND Staff
March 30, 2020
China, President Xi Jinping and others have been named in a complaint filed at the International Criminal Court by Freedom Watch founder Larry Klayman over the coronavirus outbreak, alleging the communists developed the coronavirus and it escaped from their labs.
"The ruthless communist Chinese regime, which persecutes and terrorizes its own people, must be held to account," Klayman said of his latest suit. He earlier sued China in U.S. federal courts to pay for coronavirus damages.
"It is a criminal regime, which arrogantly shrugs off its criminal responsibility by blaming the United States and the rest of the free world. I call on lawyers in nations around the world to join our effort to punish the guilty and have them thrown in prison where they belong," Klayman said. "I also call on all persons of good intentions to join or follow and support our class action suit in Dallas, Texas, and I am actively amassing a team of lawyers to make sure that China, and not the American taxpayer, pay the bill for the human suffering and death which this rogue communist 'terrorist state' has caused. I am also assisting lawyers in other nations globally to bring similar legal actions."
Hosts Judah Friedman and Larry Klayman explore current political issues, as well as Klayman's breadth of legal work, and how the two parallel each other in today's divided political spectrum.
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