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  LSD Experiment

In this film, a CIA-funded study examines medical experiments to determine the efficacy of LSD-25 and MER 17 (Frenquel) on treating psychosis. The Project MKULTRA Compendium:

The CIA became interested in LSD when they read reports alleging that American prisoners during the Korean War were being brainwashed with the use of some sort of drug or lie serum.LSD was the original centerpiece of the United States Central Intelligence Agency's top secret MK-ULTRA project, an ambitious undertaking conducted from the 1950s through the 1970s designed to explore the possibilities of pharmaceutical mind control. Hundreds of participants, including CIA agents, government employees, military personnel, prostitutes, members of the general public, and mental patients were given LSD, many without their knowledge or consent. The experiments often involved severe psychological torture, and many victims committed suicide or wound up in psychiatric wards. To guard against outward reactions, doctors conducted experiments in clinics and laboratories where subjects were monitored by EEG machines and had their words taped recorded. Some studies investigated whether drugs, stress or specific environmental conditions could be used to break prisoners or to induce confessions. The CIA also created The Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology which was a CIA funding front which provided grants to social scientists and medical researchers investigating questions of interest related to the MK-ULTRA program. Between 1960 and 1963, the CIA gave $856 782 worth of grants to different organizations. The researchers eventually concluded that LSD's effects were too varied and uncontrollable to make it of any practical use as a truth drug, and the project moved on to other substances. It would be decades before the US government admitted the existence of the project and offered apologies to the families of those who had died during the experiments.

CIA operations Bluebird and Artichoke also studied the usefulness of psychotropic drugs in interrogation. Both of these operations regularly used unethical and illegal research methods such as, dosing unsuspecting government employees or members of the public with LSD and DMT.

MKULTRA: The CIA's Top Secret Program in Human Experimentation and Behavior Modification

In the Name of Science: A History of Secret Programs, Medical Research, and Human Experimentation

Brainwash: The Secret History of Mind Control

Bluebird: Deliberate Creation of Multiple Personality by Psychiatrists

A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA's Secret Cold War Experiments

The CIA Doctors: Human Rights Violations by American Psychiatrists

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