(Worthy News) – German police announced Friday they are investigating an “alleged sonic weapon attack” on employees stationed at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, the latest in a long-running series of attacks that U.S. officials are still at a loss to explain.
In August, The Wall Street Journal reported that at least two U.S. officials in Germany came down with symptoms aligned with other cases of “Havana Syndrome” that continue to plague U.S. diplomats, spies and service members around the globe.
Berlin police confirmed that their investigation into the attacks began in the same month the U.S. officials reported their symptoms but provided no further information, according to Reuters. The police issued their statement on Friday in response to a report by Der Spiegel. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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