US Intelligence Finds ‘Havana Syndrome’ Not Caused by Foreign Adversary or Energy Weapon

An intelligence review has found that the mysterious ‘Havana Syndrome’ that has affected US personnel in Cuba and other countries is not caused by an energy weapon or foreign adversary. This report, which was released by the US intelligence community, includes findings from a two-year investigation into the cause of the mysterious illness.

The report found that the ‘Havana Syndrome’ was not caused by a foreign adversary or energy weapon, but instead by a combination of environmental factors. The report also noted that the symptoms of the illness, which include dizziness, nausea, and headaches, are similar to those experienced by people exposed to certain chemicals or radiation.

The report comes as a relief to many, as the mysterious illness has caused a great deal of concern among US personnel in countries where it has been reported. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken released a statement in response to the report, saying that it is “important to recognize that this syndrome is real and can have serious consequences for those affected.”

The report also noted that further research is needed to determine the exact cause of the illness, and to identify any potential treatments. In the meantime, US personnel in affected countries are urged to take extra precautions to protect their health.

The findings of the report have been welcomed by many, but some experts have raised concerns that the report does not address the potential involvement of foreign adversaries in the illness. However, the US intelligence community has stated that it is continuing to investigate the matter.