Main Menu

Is ‘MEDUSA’ Technology Being Used To Carry Out The ‘Sonic Attacks’ Upon US Diplomats Around The World?

Is ‘MEDUSA’ Technology Being Used To Carry Out The ‘Sonic Attacks’ Upon US Diplomats Around The World? The US Navy Developed ‘MEDUSA’ In The Early 2000’s

– The Weapon Was Never Put Into Use Due To Fears It Might Cause Brain Damage

According to this new story over at WND as also detailed in the first video below, the bizarre sonic attacks upon American diplomats around the world continue and according to WND sources, have now affected nearly 200 people. And while the attacks began upon employees of the US Embassy in Cuba, the attacks are now spreading to embassies in other countries all around the world as well.

Warning in their story that there is a growing fear that more such attacks will occur with President Trump’s upcoming summit with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland next Monday, as Mac Slavo reported in this 2017 story, damning evidence indicates a ‘sci-fi’ weapon has been used against Americans.

And while we’re still getting no real answers from the government, this May 31st story over at Newsweek reports that these ‘attacks’ might really just be the side effects of surveillance. Now think about that in ‘surveillance state’ America. First, from the WND story.:

The State Department is virtually mum, other than to characterize their suspicion as unknown “sonic attacks” targeted U.S. diplomats.

Some of the strange sounds have been recorded and released to the public. The victims’ symptoms include “hearing loss, dizziness, tinnitus, balance problems, visual difficulties, headaches, fatigue, cognitive issues and sleeping problems.

The latest incident occurred in conjunction with President Trump’s recent visit with Kim Jong-Un. As Trump was heading to Singapore for the historic summit with North Korea’s leader, a State Department diplomatic security agent who was part of the advance team reported hearing an unusual sound he believed was similar to what was experienced by U.S. diplomats in Cuba and China who later became ill.

The agent immediately underwent medical screening – part of a new U.S. government protocol established to respond to such potential health incidents anywhere in the world. And while the president was flying to the Southeast Asian city state, the U.S. delegation preparing for his arrival was exchanging urgent messages with the State Department headquarters back in Washington, including the agency’s Diplomatic Security and the U.S. Secret Service.

The AP reported four U.S. officials confirmed it was a false alarm, but there is a heightened awareness among security officials as the White House prepares to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.



Read more