• The Ground Zero of the MK-Ultra Experiments: Sweeping Out from Under the Carpet

    Author(s):
    Debbie Davidsohn (see profile)
    Date:
    2012
    Subject(s):
    Law, Psychology, Sociology of human consciousness, Sociology of social change, Sociology of terrorism
    Item Type:
    Essay
    Tag(s):
    critical thinking, cultural history, legal history, medical humanities, Moral Psychology
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6H44P
    Abstract:
    The U.S. government had directed mind-control experiments since the 1950s under the direction of Sidney Gottlieb and by order of CIA director, Richard Helms, in response to alleged Chinese, Soviet, and North Korean torture and mind control tactics used against U.S. prisoners during the Korean War. Common knowledge suggests that millions of American victims of those experiments exist and one experiment in particular, MK-Ultra mind-control, has been of interest to the public. There is some concern that many American victims have not recovered from the useless abuses perpetrated by the CIA, and a real plan for recovery and an amends making process has mostly been swept under the rug.
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