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Families of MK Ultra Victims File Lawsuit Over
Government Mind Control Experiments

of the government mind control programs that exist are kept secret but over the
years, there is one that managed to draw the attention of the public. That
program was a government project called “MK Ultra,” a CIA operation that
involved extreme methods of mind control that were tested on US and Canadian
citizens. The projects began in the 1940’s and ran until the 1970’s when the
details of the experiments were exposed because victims began speaking out
about the conditions that they were subjected to.

There were 150 “sub-projects” within the MKU
program, many involved advanced brainwashing techniques using psychological
drugs, sensory deprivation and electroshock therapy.

A new class-action lawsuit was filed by families and
survivors of MK Ultra experiments in Canada this week, since the controversial
mind control experiments were also conducted there, as well as in the U.S. The
experiments were overseen by Dr. Donald Ewen Cameron, the first Chairman
of the World Psychiatric Association, and president of both American and
Canadian psychiatric associations.

The plaintiffs in the lawsuit were all involved in
experiments at the Allan Memorial Institute of McGill
University, but similar experiments took place in dozens of other locations
across the U.S. and Canada. In most cases, test subjects were unknowingly
entered into these dangerous studies after they reported common psychological
problems like depression, anxiety or addiction.

Marlene Levenson, the niece of a deceased MK Ultra
survivor named Phyllis Goldberg, who was recently interviewed by
CTV News about the pending lawsuit, said that her family’s life was torn apart
by the experiments and that her aunt was never the same again after leaving
that hospital.

“When she would be with us, on weekends and so on, she didn’t
communicate. She laughed for no reason. Her gait was very different. She
couldn’t dress herself—she couldn’t do anything for herself. When you went to
pat her, just as a gesture, she would cringe. That bewildered me—not realizing,
or understanding, she had electric shock equipment put on her head so many
times that it [remained] in her subconscious,”
 Levenson explained.

“I could not believe this was allowed. These were innocent
people who went in for mild depression—even if it was severe depression,
post-partum, neurological things that happened—they came out completely
ravaged, and their life was ruined,

she added.

Angela Bardosh, another family member involved in
the lawsuit, says that the experiments gave her mother schizophrenia.

“It’s horrific to go back—for me, it took years to go back and
read my mom’s medical records. Within six months with the treatments that Dr.
Cameron did, it turned her into an acute schizophrenic. She suffered greatly
through the mental health system,

Bardosh said.

In 1973, when the experiments began receiving public
attention, CIA director and chief architect of MKU, Richard Helms, destroyed records of
the project
, but some papers were misfiled and overlooked, providing
evidence that the program existed. Just a few years later those misfiled papers
would come back to haunt the Pentagon as they would expose some of the harsh
realities behind the MKU program. After this evidence surfaced, dozens of
victims came forth claiming to be test subjects in MKU experiments and filed
lawsuits against the CIA.

The governments of both the U.S. and Canada have
done their best to avoid responsibility for these experiments, and although
there have been several rulings in favor of some victims, these families are
usually left to fight it out individually in court. In 2009, veterans groups
attempted to sue the CIA over trauma and suffering caused by the experiments,
and they are still appealing their case today. According to a report from

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 1992, nearly 70 MK Ultra victims were awarded
$100,000 by the Canadian government as restitution for the experiments, but
many of the victims—including those involved in this most recent lawsuit—were
not eligible for compensation because the ruling allowed for a very small
window of qualifications, leaving out a very large number of survivors.

The group filing the lawsuit is seeking a public
apology from the government as well as compensation, although it was not
specified how much they are seeking.


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