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Operation Whitecoat was the name given to a secret operation carried out by the US Army during the period 1954-1973, which included conducting medical experiments on volunteers nicknamed "White Coats". The volunteers, all conscientious objectors and many members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, had to consent to the research before participating. The stated purpose of the experiments was to defend troops and civilians against biological weapons, and it was believed that the Soviet Union was engaged in similar activities.
Please read Presiding Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Glen L. Pace's inside memo report to the LDS Church Hierarchy (on this web site) on the masonic, satanic sexual and physical abuse of over 60 victims individually who reported leaders of the LDS Church as the perpetrators; Bishops, Stake Presidents, Regional Representatives, Tabernacle Choir members and even higher! In confirmation of Bishop Pace's research of wide-spread incest and satanic abuse in Utah, the book Paper Dolls* is a true expose of organized satanic sexual abuse of neighborhood children occurring in two affluent Salt Lake City neighborhods and some of the key perpetrators are the daughter and son-in-law of an Apostle of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. *Kaganoff, Penny, "Paperbacks -- Paper Dolls: A True Story of Childhood Sexual Abuse in Mormon Neighborhoods by April Daniels and Carol Scott", Publishers Weekly May 31, 1993; 240:22 p. 46
Now deceased, "Apostle" Neal Maxwell was a CIA agent (confirmed by the SLC Tribune) who also worked for Senator Wallace Bennett, father to Robert (Bob) Bennett. Bob Bennett has been mentioned numerous times in connection to his role in the mind control program for "world peace".
Originally posted by tristar
Official meaning for internal process and by no means is the intended recruit made aware of the person(s) intentions until a profile is built.