Law enforcement agencies are investigating two possible targeted energy attacks on government employees on American soil.
One of the energy attacks allegedly occurred on the south side of the White House in November and is believed to make White House aides feel sick. The incident occurred after a similar incident in the suburbs of Virginia in 2019, and an assistant who was injured was reportedly walking the dog.
The conditions of the alleged victim are not yet clear, but the White House confirmed that President Biden had learned of one of the incidents. The senators demanded answers to the mysterious attack.
Senator Jenny Shaheen of New Hampshire said: “Some people have been hurt. We need to make sure they get the care and benefits they need.”
National Intelligence Director Avril Haines said leaders are committed to “critical” issues.
But officials said that it is still impossible to tell what happened. In the past, the US National Security Agency described energy attacks as “high-power microwave system weapons” that can “immerse the target’s residential area in microwaves” and “kill the enemy over time without leaving evidence.”
Energy attackIn the past few years, American personnel have reported ear pops, headaches and nausea. These symptoms are called “Havana syndrome”.
Sources told CBS News that energy attacks were carried out on American personnel on many continents. Although Russia is considered the main suspect, US officials currently doubt whether Moscow will take a few steps from the White House.
Catherine Werner working in the Ministry of Commerce of China.
Werner said: “I woke up in the middle of the night.” “I can feel this sound. It puts tremendous pressure on both my temples. At the same time, I heard a low buzzing sound, which was oscillating. And I remember looking around, looking for the source of this sound, because it was painful.”
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