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A court in Montreal will decide if they have a case against the Canadian government, which allowed the CIA’s controversial mind-control experiments to be carried out there.
Nine have already each received $67,000 (£33,500) compensation from the spy agency, which has admitted setting-up an operation codenamed MK-Ultra during the Cold War.
Many of the chilling details of the top-secret operation have come to light in an investigation by former US State Department officer John Marks for...