Tuesday, June 1, 2010

USA military/CIA covert missions in "allied countries" - from the use of consciousness-altering drugs to "extraordinary renditions"

A recent article "Cries From the Past: Torture's Ugly Echoes", was published on May 23, 2010 on "truthout".

The authors H.P. Albarelli Jr. and Jeffrey Kaye, have documented, among other topics, the participation of the Air Force, Army and Navy in the use of drugs, "enhanced" interrogation methods and more, usually mentioned as CIA's methods.

The authors also make a case that the exposure of the MKULTRA program was in fact a way of distracting attention from the much more pernicious, and operational Project Artichoke.

They also document how a cover story invented by Cheney and Rumsfeld in 1975 that Project Artichoke was, in 1953, replaced by MK/ULTRA, was in fact a way of creating Disinformation to prevent the exposure of the atrocities of Project Artchoke.

The article includes documented passages on the use of sedative supositories, Halucinogenic drugs, alleged "suicides" at US-operated compounds, disposal problems, CIA "rendition" activities and its connection with CIA illegal human experiments:

The full article can be read at:

http://www.truthout.org/cries-from-past-tortures-ugly-echoes59738

"Cries From the Past: Torture's Ugly Echoes", published May 23, 2010 by: H.P. Albarelli Jr. and Jeffrey Kaye, t r u t h o u t