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Several days ago the CDC (Center for Disease Control) broke the news to the American public that Thomas E. Duncan, a Liberian citizen infected with the Ebola virus had been able to roam free in America and potentially infect anyone he came in direct contact with.
New Intel reveals that just before Duncan left Liberia, the Liberian airport authority asked Duncan during his health screening whether he had been in close contact with a person who had Ebola.
Duncan replied by answering “No” on the questionnaire that had been supplied to him, but this later turned out to be false when witnesses testified that Duncan had in fact been helping sick Ebola patients in Liberia for quite some time now.
Duncan now faces being prosecuted for lying to Liberian authorities during his health screening.
“The fact that he knew (he was exposed to Ebola) and left the Country is unpardonable, quite frankly. I just hope nobody else gets infected.”
“With the U.S. doing so much to help us fight Ebola, and again one of our compatriots didn’t take due care, and so, he’s gone there and … put some Americans in a state of fear, and put them at some risk, and so I feel very saddened by that and very angry with him, to tell you the truth.”
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