Rep. Carlos Gimenez calls for Cuban regime to face consequences for its role in ‘Havana Syndrome’ attacks

Cuba is a totalitarian state with a massive State Security apparatus and constant surveillance. To propose the communist regime had no knowledge of Russia’s “sonic attacks” on American diplomats shows either ignorance or prevarication. For that reason, U.S. Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL) is calling for the Castro dictatorship to face the consequences for its obvious involvement in “Havana Syndrome,” which could have never happened in Cuba without the regime’s knowledge and support.

Via CubaNet (my translation):

Carlos Gimenez demands consequences for the Cuban regime over Havana Syndrome

Cuban-American congressman Carlos Giménez called for “the highest consequences” for the Cuban regime for its alleged involvement in the Havana Syndrome.

After a report was released pointing to Russia as a possible culprit behind the attacks, the congressman denounced the regime’s attempts to conspire with the Kremlin to harm the diplomatic corps and, by extension, the U.S. government.

“The murderous regime in Cuba must face the highest consequences for attacking U.S. officials and collaborating with Russia to undermine our country,” Giménez wrote on social media.

The congressman’s statement comes after new revelations shared by The Insider, a media investigative group focused on Russia based in Riga, Latvia, which sheds new light on health issues affecting American diplomatic officials, dubbed the “Havana Syndrome.”

The group alleged that members of a Russian military intelligence unit (GRU) known as 29155 had been located at sites and times where “anomalous health incidents” were recorded.

Agents of this military intelligence unit may have targeted the brains of American diplomats with “directed-energy weapons,” according to the year-long study.

Senior members of Unit 29155 may have received incentives and promotions for work related to the development of “non-lethal acoustic weapons.”

However, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov contradicted the information, arguing that there was no evidence of Russian involvement and dismissing the accusations as unfounded.

“Havana Syndrome” is a condition named after the first cases detected in the Cuban capital in 2016. U.S. personnel reported experiencing symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, difficulty concentrating, and an intense and painful sound in the ears.

More than 1,000 reports of this mysterious ailment have been registered, with dozens of cases still considered unexplained.

Recent medical studies have detected serious damage caused by the “Havana Syndrome” but ruled out that U.S. government officials had brain injuries.

Although researchers have not yet found significant evidence of brain injuries detectable by MRI, the persistence of head pressure followed by headaches, dizziness, cognitive dysfunction, and others has been confirmed.

2 thoughts on “Rep. Carlos Gimenez calls for Cuban regime to face consequences for its role in ‘Havana Syndrome’ attacks”

  1. And, of course, there was no need for Russia (or China, or whoever) to try to keep Castro, Inc. out of the loop, since the latter would be perfectly willing to cooperate–for a suitable reward, naturally.

  2. Nothing short of an invasion of Cuba is a waste of time, just like Trump saying he stands with a Cuban people. The pandering by politicians has been going on since Kennedy. The State Department is not on our side. When Nixon was around they managed to get rid of Allende and of course, we know what happened in Panama. Now where is the outrage for Cubans that are being deported back? Yes, yesterday I read about the family that had been here for over two years that lived in North Carolina.

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