As President Biden heads into the summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, a bipartisan group of Senate lawmakers is calling on the president to raise the issue of directed-energy microwave incidents targeting U.S. diplomats and top national security and CIA officials.
“Certainly the Russians are one of the key suspects. We don’t know for sure, but keep in mind there have been more than a hundred American public servants who have been injured by these directed energy attacks,” said Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, during an interview with CBS’ “Face The Nation.” “We need not only to take care of their medical needs, but also to find out who it is.”
She added, “I hope the president will bring up this issue with President Putin directly.”
Sen. Susan Collins and other members of the Senate Intelligence Committee pushed a bill to provide compensation for the American diplomats and CIA agents who have been affected by an apparent microwave weapon. (Al Drago/Pool via AP, File)
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Lawmakers led by Collins and other members of the Senate Intelligence Committee pushed a bill to provide compensation for the 130-plus American diplomats and CIA agents who have been affected by an apparent microwave weapon leading to what is now known as “Havana Syndrome.” The attacks were first noticed in Cub
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