Re: Mind Control Programming - MKULTRA
See http://members.aol.com/smartnews/fivecases.htm for a sample of actions brought against the CIA and subgrantees involved in the MKULTRA program. I call your attention to a very important concept in this document: the statute of limitations for bringing action against the CIA begins to run only when the victim has access to information that the project exists and that he was possibly a victim of it. This is an oversimplification of the rules of discovery, but you get the point. It is stated in court proceedings that the CIA regards the publication of J. Mark's book, "The Manchurian Candidate" as public notification of the secret mind control programs of the 50's, 60's, and the 70's. Think about what that means. If someone wrote a best-seller about MONARCH, would that bring claims against the abusers? Could you file a petition in court for your abuse?