CIA Rejects Intelligence Report on \’Havana Syndrome\’: Who is Smashing the Heads of Washington Diplomats?

U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee vice chairman Marco Rubio denied intelligence reports that the “Havana Syndrome” that plagues government officials, diplomats and Americans cannot be linked to a foreign adversary.

“The fact that intelligence agencies cannot definitively link the headaches, dizziness, tinnitus, and other symptoms associated with Havana syndrome to any sophisticated weaponry wielded by foreign agents does not necessarily rule out the possibility that this happened,” Rubio said in a statement.

He added: “Something happened here, and just because you don’t have all the answers doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. I will not agree that all these reported cases are just a coincidence and I will continue to work.” on this matter until we get a real explanation,” stressing that his committee would continue its independent review of reports of “Havana Syndrome” and take steps to ensure that the affected members of the Foreign Service received comprehensive assistance.

Symptoms associated with “Havana Syndrome” were first reported in 2016 by U.S. officials working in Cuba. Since then, more than 1,500 cases have been reported worldwide.

And in January last year, the CIA concluded that the “Havana Syndrome” could not be caused by a foreign power.

Source: Hill

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