BREAKING: U.S. Diplomats in Cuba Experiencing ‘Physical Symptoms’ Following ‘Mysterious Incidents’
Former President Obama reestablished ties with communist Cuba in his final year in office. President Trump reversed much of the policies of the previous administration. Many Cubans now settled in the U.S. praised President Trump’s rollback of Obama’s policy toward the island nation. On Wednesday, the Washington Free Beacon reports U.S. diplomats in Cuba are experiencing ‘physical symptoms’ following ‘incidents’ under mysterious circumstances. No further details were provided.
Washington Free Beacon reports:
Some United States government personnel on official duty in Havana, Cuba have reported feeling a variety of “physical symptoms” following “incidents,” according to a State Department spokesperson.
There are concerns about the safety of these diplomats, and the FBI is currently investigating the matter, CBS Radio News reports. The U.S. responded by asking two Cuban officials to leave the country on May 23.
The State Department has so far not said publicly what these “incidents” were and what “symptoms” the diplomats are experiencing.
CBS correspondent Steve Dorsey reported that the State Department spokesperson said the U.S. reminded the Cuban government of its obligation to protect diplomats under the Vienna Convention.
Recently, President Donald Trump called on Cuba to turn over cop killer Joanne Chesimard.
Assata Shakur, a.k.a. Joanne Chesimard is a former(?) Black Panther and Black Liberation Army agitator and cop killer. She has been a fugitive from justice for nearly 40 years and openly thumbs her nose at her victim’s family while living in Cuba as a political asylee. In 1973, Chesimard shot and killed New Jersey state trooper Werner Foerster execution-style during a traffic stop. She is currently hiding from US authorities in Cuba.
As Officer Foerster lay on the ground wounded and helpless, Shakur grabbed his gun and blasted two shots into his head.
“We respect Cuban sovereignty but we will not forget the suffering of the Cuban people.”