New Cases of U.S. ‘Sonic Injuries’ Reported in Cuba

According to the State Department, 21 Americans working at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba, have developed injuries related to “sonic attacks” directed at the diplomatic facility.


The injuries were newly reported, but appear to have been caused by previous attacks of unknown origin directed at American diplomatic staff. The Cuban government insists it had nothing to do with them, and State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert says no new “incidents” have occurred at the embassy.

No device responsible for the attacks has ever been found, and the U.S. has gone to great lengths to avoid accusing the Cuban government of involvement. The U.S. did, however, expel two Cuban diplomats in protest over their government’s failure to adequately protect the Americans on their soil as required by international law.

Full article: New Cases of U.S. ‘Sonic Injuries’ Reported in Cuba (TruNews)

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