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On one such instance, he remembers being covered with a great deal of blood, and assumed it was his own, but did not really know the source. Also portions of his arms and the backs of his hand were blue. His wrist and ankles were bruised and sore at the points where he had been strapped to the gurney. Bruce believes that this is the time period during which a septal implant was placed in his brain. 29. DEFENDANTS placed some sort of an implant in Bruce’s right ethmoid sinus near the frontal lobe of his brain. The implant appears on CT scans as a “foreign body” of undetermined composition (perhaps plastic or some composite material) in Bruce’s right ethmoid, as confirmed in a radiology report dated June 30, 2004.
Frank’s records show that on that day he was given the glycolate, CAR 302668, an anticholinergic with properties identical to atropine, at a dose above the calculated incapacitating amount. Frank’s available records from Edgewood indicate that he participated in a third
round of testing during his tenure at Edgewood. To this day, he is unable to recall a single detail
from this period of time. However, Frank’s records suggest that the substances he received were
code-named EA 2233-1 and EA 2233-2. Frank knows nothing about these substances, but
internet research has revealed that EA 2233 is a non-lethal incapacitating agent that is actually
DMHP, and is related in structure to THC. It has eight stereoisomers, which differ markedly in
potency, and the most potent stereoisomer was EA 2233-2. DHMP produces sedation and
hallucinogenic effects similar to THC, but also is known to cause hypotension (low blood
pressure), severe dizziness, fainting, ataxia and muscle weakness.
The Edgewood experiments were one of the key beneficiaries of the recruitment of over 1,500 Nazi scientists and technicians in “Project Paperclip,” some of whom played a pivotal role in, e.g., the testing of psychochemicals and development of a new truth serum. Over half of these Nazi recruits had been members of the SS or Nazi Party.
Eric Muth The pre-experimentation physicals, x-rays, blood work, and psychological medical tests run by the Army at the time indicated that Eric had heart problems, was paranoid and manic. There were concerns about his mental condition and stability, making him an unsuitable candidate for human experimentation according to DEFENDANTS’ own guidelines. This, however, did not stop the Army from enrolling Eric as a human guinea pig in its tests.
From May to June 1958, Eric was exposed at least to seven different rounds of chemical agents. He would enter a chamber with several other “volunteers” all of whom wore chemical masks — the equipment Eric believed he was testing — and the chamber would suddenly fill with gas. The so-called “protective gear” was always entirely inadequate, and Eric felt searing pain before losing consciousness. Eric and the other soldiers were unaware that the masks were a charade of deception: they were designed to fail so that the subject soldiers would inhale the highly dangerous and toxic chemicals
As a result of another exposure, Eric lost consciousness for approximately three days, had an extremely low blood pressure, and suffered severe hallucinations.