New documents have been released about the CIA’s mind control experiments. The latest release is comprised of 800 pages of diagrams, dairy logs and letters detailing the results of experiments conducted as project MKULTRA.
The documents revealed that dogs were the subject of an experiment seeking to establish mind control technology in the 1960s. The program was deemed successful, as a number of devices were tested on the dogs with the goal of controlling their minds and movement, using implants and electrical stimulation of the brain.
The Black Vault released the documents online; they revealed that mind control drugs were used on inmates at the time. CIA agents were using experimental drugs on prisoners who had been hospitalized. The drugs were administered forcefully and without consent from the subjects, with the goal to reduce inhibition to reveal self-incriminating information during drug interrogation will be explored. Criminals awaiting trial, held in a hospital prison ward were serve as subjects.
According to reports from RT America, the documents also revealed the CIA’s unconventional interrogation practices, which include physical, psychological and mechanical torture from drugs that cause pain to truth serums that were forcibly used on subjects.
The document gives insights on the agency’s attempt to control the minds of both humans and dogs.
Though there is no proof to show if the CIA is still using the same mind controlling techniques today, but the documents gives insights on a world that was hidden from the public for more than 60 years.