In 1977 and 1995 Congressional hearings were held for survivors of CIA mind-control victims.  Through the hearings, it was verified that children were  being raped and tortured in mind-control experiments. Congress voted not to release results of their investigation and now appears to allow the program to continue.

 In the 1995 Congressional Hearing on government-sponsored human experimentation, Christine Nicola testified that from ages 4-14 and along with other children, Dr. Green subjected her to extreme sexual abuse, radiation, drugs, electrodes, electric shock, dislocated joints and other mind-control experiments. He kept her tied in a cage next to his office at Kansas City University. Nicola stated she was being trained to be an assassin through subjection to trauma so severe that it split her mind into parts, or created multiple personalities. The United States government even issued a national apology for the program while Bill Clinton was in office.

 In addition, Brice Taylor, author of Thanks for the Memories (1999) and Cathy O’Brien (with Mark Phillips) author of Trance-Formation of America (1995). both claimed to have been tortured, brainwashed and prostituted by the  CIA and members of  the elite.  Both say they were prostituted to world leaders as children, raped, tortured and trafficked.  the evidence they provide is overwhelming.

 1995 Congressional Hearing MKULTRA Victim Testimony B Christine Nicola:

 Respondents to the 2007 Extreme Abuse Surveys confirm Hammond’s accusations. There were 124 who responded “yes” when asked if one of their perpetrators went by the name “Dr. Green” and 257 who responded “yes” when asked if government sponsored secret mind-control experiments were performed on them as a child.

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AUGUST 3, 1977

ACHES-MC Video Letter 1997  

1995 U. S. congressional hearing:

MKULTRA Victim Testimony A:

MKULTRA Victim Testimony B:
MKULTRA Victim Testimony C:

Valerie Wolf – Therapist of mind control survivors who gave testimony about mind control experiments in the 1995 US Presidential hearings on radiation experiments.

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