60 Minutes interview 4 “Havana Syndrome” has left more than 100 US diplomats, White House staffers, intelligence agents and their families with unexplained brain injury symptoms.

Russian intelligence hit squad behind Havana Syndrome brain injuries of US personnel: report

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A shadowy Russian hit squad may be behind the mysterious “Havana Syndrome” that has left more than 100 US diplomats, White House staffers, intelligence agents and their families with unexplained brain injury symptoms, a bombshell new report claims.

Members of Russian military intelligence unit 29155, who allegedly have access to microwave or ultrasound weapons, had been placed at the scene of reported attacks that resulted in US personnel suffering health problems, according to a year-long investigation by the Latvia-based Insider in collaboration with CBS’s “60 Minutes” and Germany’s Der Spiegel.

Furthermore, the Russian spies may have attacked Americans in the US — not just overseas, the report says.

“Havana Syndrome” has left more than 100 US diplomats, White House staffers, intelligence agents and their families with unexplained brain injury symptoms.

Christo Grozev, the head of investigations with The Insider, told “60 Minutes” that he uncovered accounting records that show a 29155 officer received a bonus for work related to the development of “non-lethal acoustic weapons.”

“It’s the closest to a receipt you can have for this,” the veteran journalist said.

The Havana Syndrome, so named because it was first reported in 2016 by US embassy workers in the Cuban capital, remains mysterious. Those afflicted report a variety of symptoms, including headaches, dizziness, nausea and other side effects consistent with traumatic brain injuries.

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