I'll make the claim, and then draw out its implications for a congressional project: the predominantly Mormon (two-thirds) state of Utah is the epicenter of the usage of drone-based Havana Syndrome assault devices. The usage of said assault devices is concentrated in the downtown Salt Lake City area, where The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (or "Mormon Church") is headquartered.... There are ongoing investigations in the U.S. House and Senate Intelligence Committees (recall that there is no congressional joint intelligence committee) into victim reports of Havana Syndrome. These two Committees should establish, in conjunction with the United States Joint Intelligence Community Council, a functionally equivalent bicameral (i.e., involving both the House and the Senate) or joint congressional commission inquiring into the possibility that domestic actors were causally responsible for the likely "microwave weapons"-based assaults.
The Washington Post Editorial Board: After nearly five years, someone and something is still causing serious injury to U.S. officials abroad. The source of "Havana syndrome," first detected in Cuba in late 2016, has not been identified nor attributed. The attacks -- and they do seem to be deliberate attacks -- now total more than 200 cases. read more