Miami- September 4, 2018- Cuban Democratic Directorate- Dr. Douglas H. Smith, head of the team of medical researchers who are investigating the mysterious attacks against American diplomats in Havana, asserted that it is highly probable that microwave weapons were used in the attacks against US officials. In addition, Dr. Smith, director of the “Center for Brain Injury and Repair,” stated that the persistent “cricket-like” sounds reported by the affected diplomats are the result of the “Frey Effect,” a natural response of the body when attacked by high levels of radiation. The statements appeared in a New York Times article published this weekend.
These affirmations were first published, on February 1st, by Dr. Orlando Gutierrez-Boronat, from the Cuban Democratic Directorate, in a research paper titled “The Enigma of The Crickets: Attacks on US Diplomats in Cuba,” published by the Cuban Studies Institute. In the paper, Dr. Gutierrez-Boronat revealed that the attacks were perpetrated using microwave weapons and that the noise reported by the diplomats matched symptoms of the “Frey Effect.”
“Logic indicates that, at this point, there can be no doubt as to the complicity of the Cuban Communist Regime in these terrorist attacks against US diplomats. The response of the government of the United States cannot be superficial. There is a need for decisive actions, such as the prosecution of Raul Castro and other direct and effective measures, to free the Cuban people, the United States, and the Hemisphere from this regime of aggression and opprobrium,” said Dr. Gutierrez-Boronat.