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Ep: 262 - Mark Zaid - What is the U.S. gov't not telling us about 'Havana Syndrome'?



This week on JATQ: our conversation with Mark Zaid explores the topic of Havana Syndrome, a mysterious illness that has affected American and Canadian diplomats and intelligence officers. The term 'Havana Syndrome' is considered inappropriate and misleading, as similar incidents have occurred in other locations. The symptoms of Havana Syndrome include pounding pressure in the head, vision problems, vertigo, nausea, migraines, and in some cases, projectile vomiting. The conversation delves into the history of microwave technology and its potential use as a weapon. It also discusses the possibility of foreign adversaries, particularly Russia, being behind the attacks. The US government's response to Havana Syndrome has been criticized, with accusations of a cover-up and a lack of protection for its personnel. The conversation concludes with a discussion on the future of the investigation and the potential implications of these attacks as acts of war.



Takeaways

Havana Syndrome is a mysterious illness that has affected diplomats and intelligence officers in various locations, not just Havana.

The symptoms of Havana Syndrome include pounding pressure in the head, vision problems, vertigo, nausea, migraines, and projectile vomiting.

There is evidence to suggest that microwave technology is being used as a weapon, potentially by foreign adversaries.

The US government's response to Havana Syndrome has been criticized, with accusations of a cover-up and a lack of protection for its personnel.

The investigation into Havana Syndrome is ongoing, and there is a need for transparency and accountability.


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