The House Intelligence Committee is opening a review into the investigations done by U.S. spy agencies looking into the causes of Havana syndrome in an effort to question the findings that it was not the work of a hostile power, The New York Times reported Monday.
The intel panel sent a letter to Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines on Thursday that it is looking into “allegations of improper suppression” about the incidents that once resulted in debilitating symptoms to hundreds of diplomats, spy agency officers and military personnel, according to the Times.
U.S. intelligence concluded last March that the roughly 1,000 “Anomalous Health Incidents” (AHIs) were not caused by an energy weapon or foreign adversary. Instead, the cases were “probably the result of factors … such as preexisting conditions, conventional illnesses, and environmental factors.”
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