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                                Mind Control

                      By Harry V. Martin and David Caul

                 Copyright FreeAmerica and Harry V. Martin, 1995

                      Copyrightę Napa Sentinel, 1991

                            The Current Situation

In July of 1991, two inmates died at the Vacaville Medical Facility.
According to prison officials at the time, the two may have died as a result
of medical treatment, that treatment was the use of mind control or behavior
modification drugs. A deeper study into the deaths of the two inmates has
unraveled a mind-boggling tale of horror that has been part of California
penal history for a long time, and one that caused national outcries years

In August of 1991, the Sentinel presented a graphic portrait of some of the
mind control experiments that have been allowed to continue in the United
States. On November 1974 a U.S. Senate Sub-committee on Constitutional
Rights investigated federally-funded behavior modification programs, with
emphasis on federal involvement in, and the possible threat to individual
constitutional rights of behavior modification, especially involving inmates
in prisons and mental institutions.

The Senate committee was appalled after reviewing documents from the
following sources:

The Neuro-Research Foundation's study entitled "The Medical Epidemiology of

The Center for the Study and Reduction of Violence at UCLA.

The Closed Adolescent Treatment Center.

           Senate Investigations of the History of US Mind Control

   (Based on Testimony before the Senate Sub-Commmittee on Constitutional

A national uproar was created by various articles in 1974, which prompted
the Senate investigation. But after all these years, the news that two
inmates at Vacaville may have died from these same experiments indicates
that though a nation was shocked in 1974, little was done to end the
experimentations. In 1977, a Senate subcommittee on Health and Scientific
Research, chaired by Senator Ted Kennedy, focussed on the CIA's testing of
LSD on unwitting citizens. Only a mere handful of people within the CIA knew

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Subject: DOes US use the mind machine on American people?