A man who died there were claims of the grandchildren of 11 victims hospitalized for severe respiratory and urinary infections, among them, but again the judges imposed the doctrine of governmental immunity. In addition, the army clarified that the bacteria that cause human damage were not theirs. Another coincidence. Leonard Cole, author of The Eleventh Plague: The Politics of Biological and Chemical Warfare (tenth first plague: the chemical and biological warfare), documented numerous other cases. Visit Penguin Random House for more clarity on the issue. It is not easy to get information about these violations of human rights in the country policeman of democracy world.
The news of health network (Health News Network), project freedom of rights human of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, offers reprints of declassified government documents (see). More tests in humans in 1977, of the Senate Intelligence Committee hearings brought to light that between 1949 and 1969 were 239 secret evidence of aerial biological agents, 80 with live bacteria. The armed forces. claimed that its bacteria were not harmful, but in several cases it was found otherwise. In 1994, an expert in biological warfare said that for 20 years the army released clouds of microbial agents and simulated chemical in hundreds of populated areas, causing illness and death in humans and animals.The hearings revealed that the CIA had made secret (1956-1961) mind control experiments with the MK-Ultra program in numerous cities. Its agents introducing hallucinogens – LSD and mescaline – in beverages without that Guinea strains and stayed to observe. Many subjects are They sickened and two died.
Between 1944 and 1974, the Ministry of Defense (Pentagon) and the Atomic Energy Commission studied in thousands of people the harmful radioactive material dle and injections of plutonium. A Government Committee reported in 1965 that 4,000 experiments were performed in dozens of hospitals, universities and military bases, usually without permission nor knowledge of Guinea.