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US Federal Investigators Looking into Potential Energy Attack

According to CNN, Federal Investigators are looking into two events in the United States that resembled the unexplained apparent assaults that left overseas workers with “debilitating” symptoms. A National Security Council official was reportedly sickened near the White House’s south side in November 2020, and a White House official “confirmed a similar assault” while walking her dog in a Virginia suburb in 2019.

According to CNN, they “reported similar symptoms to CIA and State Department staff affected overseas, and officials immediately began investigating the incident as a potential ‘Havana syndrome’ assault.” According to CNN, Federal Investigators are looking into two events in the United States that resembled the unexplained apparent assaults that left overseas workers with “debilitating” symptoms.

A National Security Council official was reportedly sickened near the White House’s south side in November 2020, and a White House official “confirmed a similar assault” while walking her dog in a Virginia suburb in 2019. According to CNN, they “reported similar symptoms to CIA and State Department staff affected overseas, and officials immediately began investigating the incident as a potential ‘Havana syndrome’ assault.”

CIA press secretary Timothy Barrett, said, “CIA is working alongside other government agencies to double down on our efforts to find answers regarding the unexplained global health incidents that have impacted personnel.” According to Politico, the Pentagon alerted lawmakers last week, about the “increasing and urgent danger of directed-energy attacks on U.S. troops in the Middle East and elsewhere,” saying the attacks were “growing around the globe.” The investigators have not ruled out the possibility what triggered the symptoms.

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