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DOJ: Intentionally Spreading COVID-19 Could Be Considered Terrorism

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DOJ: Intentionally Spreading COVID-19 Could Be Considered TerrorismWatch VideoAnyone who threatens or attempts to spread the coronavirus could be charged with terrorism.

That's according to a Justice Department memo obtained by multiple news outlets. In it, Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen wrote the virus appears to meet the statutory definition of a biological agent. 

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Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen wrote in a memo the coronavirus appears to meet the statutory definition of a biological agent.

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