1. Control of mind, child abuse — Project MK-ULTRA, Sub-68
This can only dream of in a nightmare.
CIA launched Project MK-ULTRA was paying Dr. Donald Cameron Evens for Sub-68, which was devoted to experiments with mind altering substances. The main goal of the project was testing methods of influence and mind control that would be able to extract information from reluctant individuals.
To conduct their experiments doctor took patients admitted to his Allen Memorial Institute in Montreal and spent with them "therapy." These patients were taken mainly with a diagnosis of bipolar depression and irritability. Treatment they received, changed their lives, and it was simply awful.
During the period of receipt of payment from the CIA (1957-1964 years), Cameron spent electroconvulsive therapy with a capacity of thirty to forty times the normal. He put his patients in a pharmacological coma for many months and they replayed the tape recordings of simple statements or repetitive noises over and over again.
The victims of his experiments forgotten how to talk, forgetting their parents, and began to suffer from severe amnesia.
And all of this was carried out on the people of Canada, because the CIA did not want to take risks and to arrange such operations on Americans.
To make the project continued to receive funding, Cameron, in one case made a series of experiments on children, and in another — forced child to have sex with a senior government official and took it off the camera.
He and other VIPs Project MK-ULTRA were prepared to blackmail the government for further funding.
2. Testing of mustard gas on soldiers in training the gas chambers
As soon as the study of biological weapons became more intense during the 1940s, the government also began to test their impact, and how to protect against them by the military itself.
To test the effectiveness of different types of biological weapons, the authorities initiated for certain sprinkling of mustard gas and other irritating and damaging the lungs chemicals, like Lewisite, on soldiers without their consent or knowledge of the experiment.
They also tested the effectiveness of gas masks and protective clothing by locking soldiers in a gas chamber and exposing them to mustard gas and lewisite, which immediately brings to mind images of the gas chambers of Nazi Germany.
The effects of lewisite: Lewisite — a gas that can easily penetrate clothing and even rubber. After contact with skin gas immediately causes extreme pain, irritation, swelling of tissues and even rashes. The large, fluid-filled blisters develop within twelve hours after exposure in the form of extremely severe chemical burns. And it is only gas in contact with the skin.
Inhalation of gas causes burning pain in the lung, coughing, vomiting and pulmonary edema.
The effects of mustard gas: Symptoms of mustard gas does not occur in up to twenty-four hours after exposure, and the gas has a mutagenic and carcinogenic properties that have killed many are exposed to it. Its main effects include severe burns, which soon turned into a yellow liquid oozing sores. Although the possibility of treating the effects of mustard gas there, it burns are treated very, very slow and very painful. Burns that gas reserves in the skin, sometimes turn out to be incurable.
Also, there were rumors that in addition to soldiers guinea pigs become patients of military hospitals, which were subjected to medical experiments, including a test of biological weapons, and all such experiments to divert suspicion was cast as the simple "observation".
3. U.S. gives immunity monster violent Surgery
In the role of the head of the famous Japanese Unit 731 (units engaged in covert investigations of biological and chemical weapons in the Japanese army during the Second World War), Dr. Shiro Ishii (head of medicine) to conduct cruel experiments on tens of thousands of people during the Second Sino-Japanese and Second World War II.
Ishi was responsible for research on prisoners technician vivisection without anesthesia. For the uninitiated, vivisection — the act of experimental surgery on living things (with the central nervous system), and the study of their insides for scientific purposes. In other words, he conducted cruel surgical experiments on prisoners, opening them and keeping them in mind without the use of anesthesia.
In his experiments, he also exposed pregnant women procedures that led them to abortion. Ishii also played God, subjecting prisoners to changes in their physiological state and causing strokes, heart attacks, frostbite and hypothermia. Ishi believed his subjects "logs".
After his defeat in the 1945 Japan disbanded unit 731, and Ishii ordered the execution of all remaining "logs". A short time after that he was arrested by Ishi. And then, my dear General Douglas MacArthur made an agreement with Dr. Isha. In exchange for immunity from the United States, he had to provide all of its available data on viral weapons obtained in the course of experiments on living people.
Thus, Ishi escaped punishment for all crimes, because the United States was interested in the results of his experiments.
And although it was not directly responsible for these crimes, the actions of the U.S. government clearly indicate that it was more than ready to carry out experiments on human beings for the sake of progress in the field of biological weapons that could kill even more people.
Ishi lived until 1959, conducting research in the field of biological weapons and maybe even more considering plans to eliminate people until the very last day of his.
4. Spraying deadly chemicals over U.S. cities
Once again demonstrating that the United States always strives to test the worst case scenario, the first to reach them with the invention of biochemical warfare in the mid-twentieth century, the Army, the CIA and the government held a series of combat simulations in U.S. cities to see what will happen in the event of a real chemical attack .
They spent the next air and sea attack:
— CIA sprayed virus causes whooping cough in Tampa Bay with boats and caused an epidemic of this disease. As a result, twelve people were killed.
— Naval forces sprayed bacterial pathogens in San Francisco, leaving many citizens became ill with pneumonia.
— In the cities of Savannah and Avon Park Army has released millions of mosquitoes in the hope that they would spread yellow fever and dengue. Insect Swarm has left Americans struggling to manage fevers, typhoid fever, respiratory problems, and what is worse — the birth of dead children.
What's worse is the fact that after the swarm Army was masked under the guise of health care workers. Their secret purpose for as long as they assisted victims, was the study and classification of the long-term effects caused by the disease.
5. The United States were infected with sexually transmitted diseases Guatemalans
In 1940 the United States decided to test the effectiveness of penicillin as a cure for syphilis, and was elected to the role of the experimental population of Guatemala.
For the execution of this plan, they used infected prostitutes to infect unsuspecting prison inmates, psychiatric patients and soldiers. And when the spread of the disease through prostitution was not as effective as they had hoped, they decided to resort to vaccination.
After transmission of the disease, researchers have provided medical assistance to most of the cases, however, about one-third of them have been left without treatment, even in spite of the fact that this was the original purpose of the study.
The first in October 2010, Hillary Clinton has officially apologized for these events, and started a new study to determine whether there were living in any of the victims of these experiments, and still they are infected with syphilis. But since many test subjects never got penicillin, it is possible and even likely that some of them passed the disease to the next generation.
6. Secret experiments on humans to investigate the effects of the atomic bomb
During the study, and attempts to curb the power of the atomic bomb, U.S. scientists also tested the effects of a secret bomb in public.
During the Manhattan Project, which paved the way for the atomic bombs that destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, U.S. scientists have launched a series of secret experiments on the introduction of plutonium eighteen unsuspecting patients.
These experiments included the injection of a few micrograms of plutonium soldiers during a project of Oak Ridge, and the subsequent injection of three patients in the hospital Chicago. Just imagine — you're a patient hospital, lying in a hospital bed, and assuming that there is nothing wrong with that, as suddenly appear and government agents are injected into the blood you weapons-grade plutonium.
Of the eighteen patients who were known only by code names and numbers, only five have lived for more than twenty years after the injection.
In addition to plutonium, the researchers also used in his experiments uranium. The hospital in Massachusetts between 1946 and 1947 by Dr. William Sweet introduced eleven uranium to their patients. He has also received funding from the Manhattan Project.
And in exchange for a government uranium, he pledged to keep the dead tissue from the bodies of people to the scientific study of the effects of uranium exposure.
7. Injections of Agent Orange prisoners
While he has received funding from producing Agent Orange (heavy mixture of chemical defoliants and herbicides used by the U.S. during the Vietnam War, ca. Mixednews.ru) of Dow Chemical, the U.S. Army, and Johnson & Johnson, Dr. Albert Kligman used prisoners in as test that was issued for "dermatological research."
Dermatological studies have been devoted to the effects of Agent Orange on the skin.
Needless to say, the introduction of, or exposure to dioxin — this monstrous crime against any person. Kligman, however, introduced a dioxin (a major component of Agent Orange) prisoners to study its effects.
According to reports, he injected his victims to 468 times more material than he had the prescription under the rules of the experiment. Documentation of the results of this study, of course, has never been declassified.
8. Operation "paper clip"
While walking the Nuremberg trials, and ethics and human rights has been a focus of attention, the U.S. smuggled Nazi scientists and gave them U.S. citizenship.
During the "paper clip", which got its name because of the clips that attach the new dossier of scientists to their U.S. documents, the Nazis who participated in the famous human experiments in Germany (which included the surgical fusion of the twins, the removal of the nerves of the human body without anesthesia, and testing in humans the effects of the bomb) were moved to participate in a top-secret projects in America.
Then, because of anti-Nazi decrees of President Truman, the project was strictly classified, and political scientists have a fake biography, which allowed them to not only live on American soil, but also to be a free people.
Thus, although it was not by direct experiments, the U.S. has taken a few of the worst people in the world and gave them jobs in unknown, but certainly creepy projects.
9. Infection with cancer residents of Puerto Rico
In 1931, Dr. Cornelius Rhoads received funding from the Rockefeller Institute to conduct experiments in Puerto Rico. It has infected the citizens of Puerto Rico by cancer cells, presumably in order to study their effects. Thirteen of them died.
What is most striking — is the text of the note allegedly written by him:
"Puerto Ricans — this is the most dirty, lazy, and the most degenerate and thievish race of people who inhabit this world alone … I made the best of what was able to further their destruction, killing eight and transplanted cancer a few more … All the doctors took pleasure from the torture victims failed experiments. "
The man bent on killing Puerto Ricans by infecting them with cancer, does not seem a suitable candidate for the post of head of the project, and chemical weapons in the American commission on nuclear energy, right?
But that's exactly what happened. He also became a vice-president of the American Cancer Society.
Any shocking documentation of the period when he was engaged in research of chemical weapons, to date, most likely destroyed.
10. The Pentagon was treating black cancer patients in extreme doses of radiation
In the sixties, the Ministry of Defence has undertaken a series of experiments on the irradiation of the unsuspecting, poor African-American patients suffering from cancer. They said that they will get treatment, but they did not say that it is a cure "Pentagon" type: ie study of the effects of high doses of radiation on the human body.
To avoid persecution, all medical forms were signed by initials only — so that patients do not have the opportunity to make a claim to the government.
In a similar case, Dr. Eugene Sanger, funded by the Agency defensive nuclear support (a very fancy name), made the same procedure for the same type of patients. The poor black Americans had an ultra-high dose of radiation, which causes severe pain, vomiting, and bleeding from the nose and ears. At least twenty of them died.
11. "Operation Midnight Climax"
"Operation Midnight Climax" included specially prepared safe shelters in New York and San Francisco, built with a single purpose — to study the effects of LSD on not to give its consent to the experiment individuals.
But in order to lure people in them, the CIA disguised the houses under the brothels.
Prostitutes on the CIA's salary (yes, there really is such a thing) lured "customers" to return to these homes.
Instead of sex, however, they pumped their various drugs, the most famous of which was the LSD. Also heavily used marijuana.
Over the course of the experiments was observed due to the two-way mirror — a kind of analogue of perverse reality show.
The most terrifying part of it all was the idea of inflating unsuspecting adults drugs on the effects of which they might never know.
12. Loss of radioactive substances in the Pacific Ocean
After resetting the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the United States decided to conduct a series of tests of thermonuclear bombs in the Pacific in response to the increased activity of the Soviet Union in respect of their own nuclear bombs. It was assumed that these tests will be confidential. However, this secrecy has failed.
Exploded in 1954 at Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands, "Castle Bravo" was the most powerful nuclear device tested by the United States. What they did not expect was that the fallout from the blast will rise into the air and fall out on the other islands. The consequences of this were congenital malformations and radiation disease among residents of the archipelago. The effects of radiation have become more significant in the coming years, when many of the children whose parents were exposed to radiation, developed thyroid cancer and multiple tumors.
This gave rise to the creation of the "Project 4.1" — a study on the effects of radiation on human beings precipitation. In essence, it was the latest in a long series of studies in which people were used as guinea pigs without their consent, and the project was remembered in the U.S. as a way to collect data that otherwise would be impossible to obtain. However, the moral standards of the United States are such that even if the radiation fallout suffered by the inhabitants of the Marshall Islands have been an accident, they could well be scheduled.
The recent disclosure of the fact that the U.S. is infected Guatemalans with syphilis, it brings to mind the famous study. Between 1932 and 1972, scientists have drawn four hundred black farm laborers in Tuskegee, Alabama to study natural history of syphilis.
But scientists have never told their test subject that they had syphilis. Instead, their patients were assured that they are cured from the disease, "bad blood", while researchers used them to study the symptoms and effects of syphilis.
In 1947, penicillin became a standard cure for syphilis. But in addition to concealing information about the disease, the researchers also "forgot" to tell their patients that their disease has a cure. And so the study continued for almost thirty years.
When this became known, the response to the study was so powerful that President Bill Clinton issued a formal apology, stating his regret that the government "has conducted research so racist." And what is more painful to admit that one of the most brutal ever conducted experiments on human beings, it was organized by the U.S. government.