Occipital Neuralgia: Fake Condition to Hide Psychotronic Weapons Experiments?

According to the New York Times, murdered reporter Sarah Kershaw suffered from occipital neuralgia, a condition which requires treatment using radio waves.

Webmd writes that occipital neuralgia causes:
  • Aching, burning, and throbbing pain that typically starts at the base of the head and radiates to the scalp
  • Pain on one or both sides of the head
  • Pain behind the eye
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Tender scalp
  • Pain when moving the neck
Psychotronic warfare experiments in the Caribbean? US Army.
These symptoms are all consistent with the use of psychotronic weapons. According to the US military, weapons such as the Personnel Halting and Stimulation Response (PHaSR) rifle can cause pain behind the eyes, and sensitivity to light.

It is exactly unclear how the PHaSR has advanced, or which weapons have replaced the psychotronic device since its inception, but it is pretty clear that Ms. Kershaw was suffering from a mystery condition which was likely sparked by the use of experimental weapons.  

According to John Hopkins University Medical, occipital neuralgia is a very rare condition, explaining:

"Since migraines are thought to be due to a problem in the patient’s brain, however, and not the nerve itself, after a procedure it is possible that these patients might discover that their headaches have moved to another location, or that there is some improvement in pain but continued episodes of nausea, light-sensitivity, etc."

Growth by any means necessary?
Ohio Health explains that one of the ways to treat occipital neuralgia is by using radiofrequency ablation, a process which employs "radio waves or electric current to generate sufficient heat to interrupt nerve conduction on a semi-permanent basis."

Ms. Kershaw was able to afford moving to a rich Caribbean town, it is likely that she would have been able to afford radiofrequency ablation, but that it did not work for her.

The Dominican Republic is known for its medical experiments, with medical equipment being one of the country's top exports, and therefore it would explain why Ms. Kershaw would travel to the country, perhaps seeking treatment in an experimental facility. 

We may never know exactly which procedures Ms. Kershaw was exposed to, but considering the gruesome nature of her death, it is extremely likely that her state of mild was significantly altered by outside forces.