Invisible Danger by Fausto Adames | Script Revolution

Invisible Danger

Reporter Jairon Vega and scientist Wang Teng confront a bioterrorist network, saving the world from the deadliest threat faced by mankind in the last hundred years

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For several years, a bioterrorist network of scientists from seven countries traffics pathogenic antibodies of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). Royal Canadian Mounted Police detects part of the network by early 2019 and expels from the country some scientists who work in a lab there on suspicion of transfer of pathogens. The FBI also embarks on a crusade to find one of the traffickers' whereabouts, when suddenly the inevitable occurs. An outbreak of an unknown disease in Wuhan, China, threatens to spread throughout the world. Reporter Jairon Vega seeks answers to this new outbreak, which reaches the United States in hours. Jairon finds the answers in Wang Teng, a dissident scientist. Wang not only helps Jairon save his son, infected by the new pandemic in New York. Wang also goes along with the reporter on a short journey. In that trip, they destroy the bioterrorist scientists' network and save the world from the deadliest threat faced by mankind in the last hundred years.

Submitted: October 2, 2020
Last Updated: October 2, 2020

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The Writer: Fausto Adames

I am a Dominican writer, journalist, translator, and editor. After studying Journalism and Cinematographic Arts at the Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD), I lived in New York where I began my journalist career collaborating for The Diario/La Prensa. Then back to my native Dominican Republic, I worked for the morning papers El Caribe and Hoy. I also served as Information Advisor for the Ministry of Agriculture of the Dominican Government, and Caribbean Porter Novelli. Besides, I was the Financial Editor of the Revista Mercado. My last work in DR was the general editor of BávaroNews Newspaper. I self-published the novels El Rey de la cocaína y Los vaqueros salvajes. I also wrote the... Go to bio