Debunked: FBI Arrests Bill Gates For Biological Terrorism After Tip Off From Melbourne 5G Protestor

The claim: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested billionaire Bill Gates on charges of biological terrorism after he allegedly created the novel coronavirus, the virus that causes COVID-19.

The claim came from numerous sites, including mysterious247.blogspot and

This is FAKE.

There is no legitimate news about Bill Gates' arrest. The photo used was 'photoshopped' using a 2014 photo of an American mobster Vincent Asaro. 

The original photo was from The New York Times in 2015 in the news of Vincent Asaro was arrested by the FBI agent for the Lufthansa heist at Kennedy International Airport in 1978 and other crimes. 

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