WHO Chief Expected To Face Genocide Charges (REPORT)

(ReliableNews.org) – The Trump administration formally notified the World Health Organization (WHO) on July 6, 2020 of its intention to withdraw from the agency due to its mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic and other health crises, and ties to China’s Communist Party.

On Monday, December 14, American economist David Steinman called for the prosecution of 55-year-old Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO’s head, for genocide.

Steinman accused Ghebreyesus of being one of several officials who led Ethiopia’s security forces from 2013 to 2015. During this time frame, he allegedly served as a key decision-maker regarding security service operations that included the torture, unlawful imprisonment, and murder of Ethiopians. Steinman also accused Ghebreyesus of overseeing the killing of numerous individuals from Somali, Konso, and other tribes to eradicate them “in whole or in part.”

Steinman filed his complaint with prosecutors at the International Criminal Court located in the Netherlands at The Hague. Ghebreyesus denied any wrongdoing, and it remains unclear what action the International Criminal Court might take regarding Steinman’s accusations.

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