Cuban government stonewalling U.S. investigation of ‘sonic attacks’ on American diplomats

Despite claims they had nothing to do with the “sonic attacks” that injured American diplomats in Havana and saying they’d fully cooperate in any investigation, the communist Castro regime is stonewalling.

Via Martí Noticias (my translation):

Cuba not responding to requests in investigation of attacks on the health of U.S. diplomats

Michael Kozak, the U.S. Asst. Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere, said that although the investigation into the the attacks on the health of several diplomats working at the U.S. embassy in Cuba continues, the communist regime is not cooperating.

“We know that people were physically injured. That can be proven scientifically,” said Kozak on Tuesday during a teleconference on the U.S.commercial agenda in the region. However, he said “the mechanism” of how it happened is unknown and “we’re working with high-level experts to elucidate everything.”

“We have the will and we shall not cease our efforts to continue the investigation,” he said to a reporter who asked about the mysterious attacks that began in 2016 and affected the brains of several diplomats and staff at the embassy in Havana. U.S. officials in China as well as Canadian officials in Havana were also victims.

Kozak addressed the lack of cooperation by the Cuban regime. “Our investigation would be much easier if Cuba would provide the information we have requested.”

“For example, and I say this as someone who worked in Cuba for several years, they have cameras observing every one of our residences. We have asked to see them (the videos) — to see who was there when these things were taking place.”

“We haven’t received any response, and it’s things like this we find deficient on the part of Cuba,” said the Asst. Secretary of State.

Another question from the same reporter addressed the Americans who are in Cuba while the communist regime intensifies restrictions to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kozak responded that they were able to evacuate much of the personnel before the implementation of the new measures.

1 thought on “Cuban government stonewalling U.S. investigation of ‘sonic attacks’ on American diplomats”

  1. “Our investigation would be much easier if Cuba would provide the information we have requested.” No kidding. Castro, Inc. won’t provide jack shit if it’s incriminating or inconvenient, and now it can always claim to be too busy with COVID to look into the matter. Talk about a waste of time.

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