CIA Director Tells Russia Not To Use Microwave Radiation Against American Spies
CIA Director William Burns believes that the Russian special services are capable of influencing the health of American spies and diplomats from a distance. According to Burns, Russia possesses the technology of microwave radiation, which can cause various neurological symptoms, called "Havana syndrome."
"Russia’s top intelligence services that they will face 'consequences' if they are behind the string of mysterious health incidents known as 'Havana Syndrome,'" reports the Washington Post.
Havana syndrome is a collection of neurological symptoms that include dizziness, nausea, headaches, and hearing problems.
According to the CIA, the same weapon was used against American spies by Cuban and Chinese intelligence.
Russia categorically denies the unfounded accusations of the main spy of the United States.
Most experts agree that similar neurological abnormalities are observed in mass hysteria, which explains the inability of the US intelligence services to properly prepare their agents for high-stress work.
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