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‘Sonic Attack’ in Cuba Caused ‘White Matter Damage’? The Facts Don’t Add Up

It resembles a scene from a James Bond film. Between November 2016 and October 2017, twenty-four staff members at the American embassy in Havana, Cuba, were reportedly sickened after being the target of a mysterious “sonic attack.” Several Canadian embassy personnel also became ill with symptoms ranging from “mild brain trauma” to changes in the white matter tracks of the brain. The Associated Press even obtained an audio recording of a high-pitched whine that several diplomats identified as coinciding with the attacks they experienced. Most staff members were “targeted” in their homes and while staying at one of two nearby hotels.

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