By analyzing CIA documents from earlier days, we can understand the programs of the Agency and its government cousins.Given the fact that the CIA’s umbrella research program, MKULTRA, went completely dark in 1962, and given the technological advances that have been made in the intervening years, we can draw inferences about present-day covert ops.
Document: May 20, 1975; sent by CIA Inspector General, Donald F. Chamberlain, to the Director of Central Intelligence, William Colby.
Subject: CIA activities at Fort Detrick, Maryland.
Here is the opening quote from the document:
“In early 1952, CIA effected an agreement with the Army Chemical Corp for the performance of certain research and development work by the Army Chemical Corp at the laboratory facilities of Special Operations Division, Army Biological Laboratories, Frederick, Maryland.”
“Adaptation and testing of a non-discernible micro bio-inoculator (device for clandestine inoculation with BW/CW [biowarfare/chemicalwarfare] agents) to determine compatibility with various materials to assure that the micro bio-inoculator cannot be identified structurally or easily detected upon a detailed autopsy…”
Translation: The CIA would test a tiny device for injecting chemical and biological agents into people, killing them—and the fact of an injection would be difficult to prove during subsequent autopsy of the victims.
Death would appear to be from other causes or vectors.Aside from the obvious use of this method for assassinations, there is the further possibility of “epidemic fabrication.”The application would be fairly simple. Covertly inject a few people with a germ—and later identify those people as “patient zeroes” or “carriers.”From there, through the use of propaganda, initiate the idea that the disease is rapidly spreading.
How many sudden or mysterious deaths of America’s enemies or even worse American Citizens who have gotten to close to the truth have happened over the years?
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