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suspected case of "Havana syndrome" was detected in Colombia last week, the most recent in a series of suspicious attacks that appear to target US diplomatic and intelligence personnel. This latest incident appeared to happen just days before the visit of the US secretary of state. What this means is that these attacks may be targeted and timed – that they are not random and that a powerful adversary of the US is using them systematically.  
“US embassy staff in Bogota may have been injured by the mysterious illness, which causes a painful sound in the ears, fatigue and dizziness,” the BBC reports. “First reported in Cuba in 2016, US diplomats around the world have since reported cases of the syndrome. Its origins are unknown, with some speculating it is a type of weapon.” 
The Wall Street Journal reported the most recent attack, which included “unexplained health incidents,” according to an email sent by US Ambassador to Colombia Philip Goldberg. Secretary of State Antony Blinken was supposed to visit this month.  


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On 10/21/2021 at 5:53 PM, Zusies said:

It's funny negative catty perp's still attempt to gaslighting TI that none of this is really occurring within the world.

Look, it's not the case that people don't think such weapons  exist .....but they can't understand that they are used on people that claim they are like TI`s ....and unfortunately many people claiming to be a TI behavior more like somebody with a mental illness and using the TI claim as an excuse for their behavior and problems and going around accusing people of being "perp`s" which just sounds exactly like what paranoid delusional person would say ...rather that actually doing logical sane things ...like reading the real documents ...gathering evidence and working with others logically .



Again, TI`s should see how the diplomats have conducted themselves and try to do similar


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