The GQ article linked below is a must-read for our cybertorture community members. There is much of interest here to digest.
It is from this comprehensive article that the New York Times and the Washington Post wrote similar articles about the targeting of US diplomats with microwave weapons in various locations around the globe that now include Moscow and Australia, as well as Cuba and China.
The entire article centers around a very high-ranking CIA official who became targeted in December, 2017 with microwave weapons while in Moscow, possibly by the FSB, the Russian intelligence agency equivalent to the US's FBI. What is possibly interesting here for us is that he is still being targeted and continues to suffer debilitating headaches even after having returned from Russia three years ago.
The original effects from the attacks included dizziness, loss of balance, nausea and headaches which matched the symptoms experienced by the diplomats in Cuba and China. He and his colleagues at the CIA were quick to recognize this and concluded that Russia was perhaps the culprit behind the US diplomats' attacks as well.
The article surprisingly even ventures into synthetic telepathy and the work of microwave researcher Allan Frey and the possibility that voices could be transmitted into a person's brain as a feature of microwave weaponry!
There is also mention that there is a Senator in Congress, Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire who is trying to look into the microwave attacks and that she is also aware of American civilians on American soil who are also experiencing attacks with microwave weapons!
After reading this extensive and well-researched article, I realize that the wall of separation between the US diplomats and American civlians being targeted with microwave weapons is now even more razor-thin. And that we must all keep an eye on this re-emerging story and prepare to make thoughtful decisions as to our response to these developments in the days and weeks ahead.
He was a senior CIA official tasked with getting tough on Russia. Then, one night in Moscow, Marc Polymeropoulos's life changed forever. He says he was hit with a mysterious weapon, joining dozens of American diplomats and spies who believe they’ve been targeted with this secret device all over the world—and even at home, on U.S. soil. Now, as a CIA investigation points the blame at Russia, the victims are left wondering why so little is being done by the Trump administration.