Now we have two problems, the attacks themselves, and the possibility of espionage. My own impression, which is only a hunch, is the possibility of very broad network penetration. There is also possible indication of a mole.
I’ve written extensively about the “sonic attacks”. See (CNN)’Sonic attacks’ suffered by US diplomats likely caused by microwave energy, government study says, where I dissent from the microwave theory.
By now, the victim should have been wearing a microwave dosimeter that was said to be under development by multiple agencies. If this wasn’t a government job, it would cost about five bucks. Parts list:
- One nonresonant microwave antenna, electrically equivalent to a small “rubber duckie”, or several, for very wide bandwidth.
- One microwave diode — or a few for multiple resonances.
- A small capacitor to smooth.
- A low leakage diode to preserve stored charge.
- One small EDLC “supercapacitor”, to accumulate charge from rectified microwaves.
- A plastic case in the shape of a pen.
The CIA penchant for sophistication could be met by a version in the form of a pendant cross, which would cover all polarizations.
Each member of the team carries one of the above. A team is also equipped with one coulomb meter. Every day, or anomalous event, the dosimeter is read by discharging the supercapacitor.