CIA Director’s Team Attacked in India

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class M. J. Lieberknecht/Released

A member of CIA Director Bill Burns’ team was reportedly attacked during a recent trip to India in what officials believe is another case of “Havana Syndrome,” a set of often serious neurological symptoms that experts believe is the result of “directed, pulsed radio frequency energy.”

“The incident set off alarm bells within the US government and left Burns ‘fuming’ with anger, one source explained,” CNN reported. “Some officials at the CIA viewed the chilling episode as a direct message to Burns that no one is safe, including those working directly for the nation’s top spy, two sources said.”

This is the second event in the last 30 days where U.S. officials have reported the mysterious sickness during high-profile international travel events.

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