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Monday, January 12, 2009

Minding my own business here at the office when we heard footsteps on the roof. Of course they could be workers and more than likely were. This means the perverts took advantage of the situation to attack my left shoulder with pain as a means to make it feel like I had bursitis. This is how these old jack offs work. They are getting more abusive because they are getting more desperate to keep the public from realizing that citizens in this country are being abused by government intelligence, FBI, Defense Department corporations that have received awards to manufacture, test technology. None of the citizens have received any notices of the testing, compensation and many are like the Vets who have been abused and tested without any regards to our civil liberties.
Vets Sue CIA Over Mind Control Tests
By Noah Shachtman January 07, 2009 6:05:29 PMCategories:
For two decades or more, 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 are suing the agency and the Pentagon for perceived abusessuffered under the so-called "MK-ULTRA" 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 Jeff Stein.
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, 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 days." 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 memo, then-Justice Department lawyer John C. Yoo suggesting that interrogation drugs could be used if their effects were not permanent or profound. Since then, evidence has accumulated that some detainees may have been drugged. "It's coming back," retired Colonel John Alexander told Sharon.