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[alachuagreens] VVA Sues CIA Over Mind Control Tests
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show details Jan 10 (6 days ago)
Vets Sue CIA Over Mind Control Tests By Noah Shachtman
For two decades or more during the Cold War, the CIA and the military
allegedly plied the unwitting with acid, weed, and dozens of psychoactive
drugs, in a series of zany (and sometimes dangerous) mind-control
experiments. Now, the Vietnam Veterans of America
<http://www.vva.org/> are suing
the agency and the Pentagon for perceived
under the so-called "
MK-ULTRA <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MKULTRA>" and other projects.
Six veterans are suffering from all kinds of ailments tied to this
"diabolical and secret testing program," according to a statement from the
vets' lawyers, passed on to *SpyTalk's<http://blogs.cqpolitics.com/spytalk/>J
The experiments allegedly included "the use of troops to test nerve gas,
psychochemicals, and thousands of other toxic chemical or biological
substances, and ... the insertion of septal implants in the brains of
subjects in ... mind control experiments that went awry, leaving many
civilian and military subjects with permanent disabilities." Subjects were
tested without their consent, the veterans say. And when the trials were
over, the government failed to "provide health care or compensation."
In a book published last year <http://www.forgottensecrets.net/>, former
military psychiatrist James Ketchum describes an Army project -- separate
from the CIA's efforts -- that took place at Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland.
There, he saw test subjects "carry on conversations with various invisible
people for as long as 2-3
Others "salute latrines" and attempt to "revive a gas mask" that they
mistake for a woman.
The feds insist that MK-ULTRA ended, when it was exposed during
Congressional hearings. But interest in chemical mind-control lives along,
in some corners of the military-intelligence community. In a 2003
then-Justice Department lawyer John C. Yoo suggesting that interrogation
drugs could be used<http://blog.wired.com/defense/2008/11/interrogation-d.html>if
their effects were not permanent or profound. Since then, evidence has
accumulated that some detainees may have been
"It's coming back<http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/01/10/AR2007011001399_pf.html>,"
retired Colonel John Alexander told Sharon.
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On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 9:58 AM, Preston Peet <prestonpeet at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Is there a link I can go to without having to sign up for gmail?
> *From:* Scott Doran <doranman2 at gmail.com>
> *To:* The Ibogaine List <ibogaine at mindvox.com>
> *Sent:* Thursday, January 15, 2009 8:39:59 AM
> *Subject:* [Ibogaine] CIA drug abuse
> Finally the CIA is being brought to task for illegally dispensing drugs
> without consent under the MK-Utra mind control tests. Allegedly, this kind
> of testing did not end when Congress investigated the program long ago.
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