The interesting cases of the “Havana syndrome” continue to inflict strange oddities on what is now being said to be at least 200 people.
These are diplomats and other government agents, at least according to what is leaking out so far.
This all began many years ago in Cuba when foreign dignitaries were speaking about strange anomalies they were experiencing.
Brain fog. Sickness.. true mental incapacity after being hit with “sound waves” and the like.
We covered it at that time and continued since. In 2017 and 2018 when these reports started circulating, most media gave it the normal “conspiracy theory” pass and said tin foil hat wearers were the only ones who believed it.
Until the White House was hit with a sound wave attack in 2020 and Congress started demanding answers of alphabet agencies. Before you knew it, those “journalists” who mocked the story were not on the beat covering it.
This is the latest information we know:
An undercover Central Intelligence Agency officer who helped hunt down Osama bin Laden will now lead the agency task force charged with investigating the mysterious health incidents that continue to plague US personnel, according to a report Wednesday from The Wall Street Journal.
The incidents, first reported in 2016 among US diplomats stationed in Havana, Cuba, tend to involve bizarre episodes of sonic and sensory experiences that are often described as directional. Afflicted diplomats develop symptoms including headaches, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), nosebleeds, difficulty concentrating and recalling words, permanent hearing loss, and speech problems. Medical experts examining some of the cases have found evidence of “injury to widespread brain networks without an associated history of head trauma.” That is, sufferers appear to a have a concussion without a blow to the head.
Despite years of alarming reports and investigations into the cases, the cause of the incidents and who may be behind them remain a mystery—and cases continue to mount. News of the new task-force chief comes on the heels of a report from NBC News that the latest case count may be as high as 200. And though the incidents tend to be linked to Cuba—the condition is often referred to as “Havana Syndrome”—they have now been reported from every continent except Antarctica.
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