Thursday, November 16, 2017
HAVANA - While the U.S. State Department reported there were 24 victims of a "sonic attack" in Cuba and an investigation continues, Cuban officials this week continued to deny the incidents.
After Cuban diplomats complained about not receiving any evidence of such attacks from the U.S. government, they recruited experts to speculate about the possibility of an attack.
The experts didn't have access to the alleged technology used or the medical history of the 24 victims reported. The Cuban government shared videos on Twitter.
"In my opinion, it's not possible a cerebral concussion in the affected diplomats because there was no history of trauma in the affected person," Dr. Nelson Gomez Viera, a Cuban neurologist, said in English.
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