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For some, the horrors of the CIA's secret, Cold War-era mind control research has never really ended. Next month in Connecticut, self-described victims of MK ULTRA will attend “The Eleventh Annual Ritual Abuse, Secretive Organizations and Mind Control Conference.” There, attendees will discuss their memories of being unwitting participants in the CIA's experiments, which often involved slipping '___' to ordinary people.
The more contemporaneous issue is that the U.S. government is again being accused of using mind altering drugs. "Just as in the 1970s, however, as I wrote in April, evidence to the contrary is mounting," Stein writes. "The Washington Post’s Joby Warrick also tracked down former prisoners at Guantanamo who said their minds were destabilized by repeated drug injections."