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China reportedly used troll army to distract from top COVID-19 doctor’s death

A memorial for Dr Li Wenliang Getty Images

By Emily Jacobs

New York Post

Following the news of the death of top Chinese doctor Li Wenliang, who tried to issue the first warnings about coronavirus, the Chinese Communist Party reportedly used their armies of paid internet trolls to suppress the story.

A report co-authored by ProPublica and the New York Times detailed the how Li’s sudden passing at the young age of 34 was described as an “unprecedented challenge” that…

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