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The Chinese Scientist About To Publish A Groundbreaking Study On COVID-19 Murdered

On May 2, a Chinese scientist working on a Wuhan virus research project was shot dead at his home in Ross town, Pennsylvania, USA. 

Suspected Hao Gu, 46, was also found dead in a car about 100 meters away. According to the  Post Gazette , Dr. Bing Liu, 37, was found with multiple shots fired on his head, neck and torso around noon on May 2. 

His house did not lose anything and showed no sign of breaking into. He currently works at the Department of Systematic and Computational Biology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

The faculty office where Dr. Liu works, writes in a statement: 
“Bing is about to make very significant findings in understanding the cellular mechanisms that cause SARS-CoV-2 infection and the cellular basis of Complications of this disease. We will endeavor to accomplish what he started in an effort to pay homage to his excellence in science."
Talking about Dr. Bing Liu, head of his department, Ivet Bahar, said:
 “He is a very talented individual, extremely intelligent and hard-working. He has contributed to a number of scientific projects, published in high-profile magazines. He is someone we all like very much, a very gentle person, very helpful, kind, very generous."
Ms. Bahar said Dr. Liu is gaining initial results in the study of Wuhan virus.
she said:
“He is just beginning to get remarkable results. He is sharing with us about trying to understand the mechanism of infection, so we hope to continue what he is doing.”
The University of Pittsburgh also said in a statement: "This loss will be felt throughout the scientific community."
According to the Post Gazette, Liu is of Chinese descent, married but without children.

The motive for the shooting has not been revealed.

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