‘Havana syndrome’ possible with “directed energy weapons” caused by secret agents from Russia

‘Havana syndrome’ possible with “directed energy weapons” caused by secret agents from Russia
‘Havana syndrome’ possible with “directed energy weapons” caused by secret agents from Russia
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After a year-long investigation, the Russian investigative website The Insider, the German newspaper Der Spiegel and the American CBS TV program ’60 Minutes’ say they found evidence suggesting that a GRU unit was responsible for the ‘Havana syndrome’. ‘.

According to the 3 media, there is evidence that members of the unit were sent to places where overseas US government personnel and their families reported health problems. Online data would show that the spies were present in those places shortly before or during the incidents. Victims also say they saw officers from the unit around the time they received complaints.

The secret agents are said to have experimented in those places with “directed energy weapons”, devices that emit sound and radio frequencies. According to the 3 media, leading members of the unit were also rewarded for their work in developing “non-lethal acoustic weapons”.

The 3 media based their investigation on statements from victims, Russian government documents and travel and location data. The Kremlin, the office of the Russian president, spoke in an initial response about “unfounded accusations”. “No evidence has ever been provided,” it said.

The article is in Dutch

Tags: Havana syndrome directed energy weapons caused secret agents Russia

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