New reports say that a member of CIA Director Bill Burn’s team was attacked with “Havana Syndrome” during a visit to India. The attack marks the second attack by using the mysterious “Havana Syndrome” after Vice President Kamala Harris was targeted during a trip to Singapore.
The Daily Wire reports:
A member of CIA Director Bill Burns’ team was reportedly attacked during a recent trip to India in what officials believe is another case of “Havana Syndrome,” a set of often serious neurological symptoms that experts believe is the result of “directed, pulsed radio frequency energy.”
“The incident set off alarm bells within the US government and left Burns ‘fuming’ with anger, one source explained,” CNN reported. “Some officials at the CIA viewed the chilling episode as a direct message to Burns that no one is safe, including those working directly for the nation’s top spy, two sources said.”
he attacks are believed to have started during the Obama administration and have targeted approximately 100 CIA officers and roughly 200 other U.S. officials and kin.
“The situation in India could have dramatic implications: the CIA director’s schedule is tightly held and there are deep concerns among U.S. officials about how the perpetrator would have known about the visit and been able to plan for such an aggression,” CNN reported. “There are also other ongoing investigations by the US intelligence community focused on the question of the perpetrator behind the incidents, which the US government calls anomalous health incidents or AHIs, and what the U.S. can do to defend against these incidents.”
According to CNN, the most likely culprit behind the attacks is a secret Russian military unit.