Wednesday, September 01, 2021
"Retired CIA senior intelligence officer Marc Polymeropoulos has been quite outspoken about Havana syndrome, having experienced many of the symptoms himself. Polymeropoulos, author of 'Clarity and Crisis: Leadership Lessons from the CIA,' joins The World's host Marco Werman to tell us about his experience with Havana syndrome and what he thinks the US should do about it. "But ultimately, this is a weapon designed to terrorize. It's an act of war, in my view. It's a terrible word to use. ... I'm going to say now it's rather brilliant because it's very hard ... to find attribution on who's doing this. It's designed to incapacitate, so it certainly didn't kill me or others, but it takes us off the playing field. I think that we're going to find out what has occurred."
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