Experts have been claiming for years that “Havana Syndrome” (diagnosed in American government employees and their family members) is likely being caused by exposure to electromagnetic and/or microwave energy (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6). When people experience symptoms and illnesses after being exposed to Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) including microwave aka wireless “Wi-Fi” radiation, it is often referred to as Microwave Sickness, Radiation Sickness, Electromagnetic Sensitivity (ES) and/or Electromagnetic Hypersensivity (EHS). Decades of research has already determined that exposure is biologically harmful and ES is recognized as a federally recognized disability in the U.S. As more government employees report being afflicted with “Havana Syndrome” and file lawsuits, the connection to EHS, ES, Microwave Sickness, and/or Radiation Sickness becomes more obvious to some credible scientists but evidently not to everyone.
Regardless, last month the Biden administration started providing financial compensation to “Havana Syndrome” victims. While many now being compensated have been afflicted overseas, FBI employees have been reporting symptoms and injuries on U.S. soil as well.
FBI agents in U.S. report symptoms from mystery syndrome
There have been a dozen or more incidents of FBI agents reporting strange brain symptoms on U.S. soil, but investigation remains relatively quiet.
The issue first made headlines after American diplomats and spies in Havana experienced puzzling brain injury symptoms in 2016, including dizziness, headaches and memory loss. The government calls this mysterious syndrome “anomalous health incidents.”
Newsy has new, exclusive details that FBI agents are also reporting these symptoms on U.S. soil.
The issue first made headlines after American diplomats and spies in Havana experienced puzzling brain injury symptoms in 2016 — like dizziness, headaches, and memory loss. The government calls this mysterious syndrome “ Health Incidents.” And now… Newsy has new, exclusive details that FBI agents are also reporting these symptoms… on U.S. soil.
Mark Zaid is a prominent national security attorney who represents current and former FBI personnel. He says a dozen or more incidents have been reported in Washington, D.C., and in Florida, mainly out of the bureau’s Miami field office.
“There have been double-digit members of the FBI, employees of the FBI, who have been injured in multiple locations inside the United States,” Zaid said. “These are cases that have been brought to the attention not only of the FBI, but also the CIA and the DNI and folks on the Hill. These have not been really publicized in any way. In fact, the reality is domestic incidents are being downplayed, if not outright ignored, by the U.S. government.”
Zaid says the incidents have mostly occurred within the last four years. The common thread he’s seen in victims across multiple agencies is work related to Russia.
“The AHI investigation is like an iceberg,” Zaid said. “We only see the top one-third. Most of it is beneath the surface. I’ve seen beneath the surface, but even I have only seen a little bit beneath the surface.”
Just this winter, the CIA assessed that most reports were explained by medical or environmental conditions, not a foreign adversary. But the agency still couldn’t rule out a nation-state in a subset of cases.
The attorney’s requests for FBI records under the Freedom of Information Act have so far led to nothing. A recent letter described B7A exemptions, which withhold documents pending a criminal investigation.
When Newsy described the incidents to the FBI, the bureau said the issue is “a top priority” and that “the FBI takes all U.S. government personnel who report symptoms seriously,” including messaging its workforce about how to respond if they experience an incident and where they can receive medical evaluations.
Zaid is also trying to get a 150-page report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which he says they’re suddenly calling a “draft.”
He believes the CIA is wary of this report going public because it contradicts the agency. It hews more closely to a National Academy of Sciences report that finds pulsed electromagnetic energy the most plausible cause.
In 2021, a federal court ruled in favor of organizations and petitioners that sued the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for NOT adequately protecting Americans from wireless radiation exposure (including 5G). Non-profit groups also petitioned the U.S. Health and Human Services Department (HHS) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to declare wireless radiation an “imminent” health hazard and start warning the public. So far neither agency has done anything.
In fact, the countless Americans who are experiencing symptoms, illnesses, and injuries from exposure to cell towers (4G and 5G), utility “Smart” Meters, and other common wireless sources (cell phones, smart watches, smart thermostats, Wi-Fi routers, etc.) continue to be mostly disregarded and/or marginalized by the government agencies and health organizations that are supposed to protect and support them as well as “Havana Syndrome” victims (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14).
Activist Post reports regularly about “Havana Syndrome”, ES, EHS, Microwave Sickness, Radiation Sickness, and unsafe technology. For more information, visit our archives and the following websites:
- Physicians for Safe Technology
- We Are The Evidence
- Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
- Environmental Health Trust
- Wireless Information Network
- Americans for Responsible Technology
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