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"If I ever do Rumanian porn, I want to be known as Vlad the Impaler." Stand-up comedian Chris Martin discusses plan B at McCormack's Irish Pub December 22, 2010. Ray Bullock is the MC.
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Bobby is seven years old, but this is not the first time he has been subjected to electroshock. It's his third time. In all, over the next year, Bobby will experience eight electroshock sessions. Placed on the examining table, he is held down by two male attendants while the physician places a solution on his temples. Bobby struggles with the two men holding him down, but his efforts are useless. He cries out and tries to pull away. One of the attendants tries to force a thick wedge of rubber into his mouth. He turns his head sharply away and cries out, "Let me go, please. I don't want to be here. Please, let me go." Bobby's physician looks irritated and she tells him, "Come on now, Bobby, try to act like a big boy and be still and relax." Bobby turns his head away from the woman and opens his mouth for the wedge that will prevent him from biting through his tongue. He begins to cry silently, his small shoulders shaking and he stiffens his body against what he knows is coming.
Mary is only five years old. She sits on a small, straight-backed chair, moving her legs back and forth, humming the same four notes over and over and over. Her head, framed in a tangled mass of golden curls, moves up and down with each note. For the first three years of her life, Mary was thought to be a mostly normal child. Then, after she began behaving oddly, she had been handed off to a foster family. Her father and
About the same time Dr. Bender was conducting her electroshock experiments, she was also widely experimenting on autistic and schizophrenic children with what she termed other "treatment endeavors." These included use of a wide array of psycho-pharmaceutical agents, several provided to her by the Sandoz Chemical Co. in Basel, Switzerland, as well as Metrazol, sub-shock insulin therapy, amphetamines and anticonvulsants. Metrazol was a trade name for pentylenetetrazol, a drug used as a circulatory and respiratory stimulant. High doses cause convulsions, as discovered in 1934 by the Hungarian-American neurologist and psychiatrist Ladislas J. Meduna.
Metrazol had been used in convulsive therapy, but was never considered to be effective, and side effects such as seizures were difficult to avoid. The medical records of several patients who were confined at Vermont State Hospital, a public mental facility, reveal that Metrazol was administered to them by CIA contractor Dr. Robert Hyde on numerous occasions in order "to address overly aggressive behavior." One of these patients, Karen Wetmore, received the drug on a number of occasions for no discernible medical reason. During the same ten-year period in which Metrazol was used by the Vermont State Hospital, patient deaths skyrocketed. In 1982, the FDA revoked its approval of Metrazol.
Here it should be noted that, during the cold war years, CIA and Army Counter-Intelligence Corps (CIC) interrogators, working as part of projects Bluebird and Artichoke, sometimes injected large amounts of Metrazol into selected enemy or Communist agents for the purposes of severely frightening other suspected agents, by forcing them to observe the procedure. The almost immediate effects of Metrazol are shocking for many to witness: subjects will shake violently, twisting and turning. They typically arch, jerk and contort their bodies and grimace in pain. With Metrazol, as with electroshock, bone fractures - including broken necks and backs - and joint dislocations are not uncommon, unless strong sedatives are administered beforehand.
A November 1936 Time mag. article seriously questioned the benefits of Metrazol, citing "irreversible shock" as a "great danger." The article described a typical Metrazol injection as such: "A patient receives no food for four or five hours. Then about five cubic centimeters of the drug [Metrazol] are injected into his veins. In about half-a-minute he coughs, casts terrified glances around the room, twitches violently, utters a horse wail, freezes into rigidity with his mouth wide open, arms and legs stiff as boards. Then he goes into convulsions. In one or two minutes the convulsions are over and he gradually passes into a coma, which lasts about an hour. After a series of shocks, his mind may be swept clean of delusions.... A patient is seldom given more than 20 injections and if no improvement is noted after ten treatments, he is usually given up as hopeless."
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Army CIC interrogators working with the CIA at prisoner of war camps and safe house locations in post-war Germany on occasion used Metrazol, morphine, heroin and LSD on incarcerated subjects. According to former CIC officer Miles Hunt, several "safe houses and holding areas outside of Frankfurt near Oberursel" - a former Nazi interrogation center taken over by the US - were operated by a "special unit run by Capt. Malcolm S. Hilty, Maj. Mose Hart and Capt. Herbert Sensenig.
Eventually, CIC interrogators working in Germany would be assisted in their use of interrogation drugs by several "former" Nazi scientists recruited by the CIA and US State Department as part of Project Paperclip. By early 1952, the CIC's Rough Boys would routinely use Metrazol during interrogations, as well as LSD, mescaline and conventional electroshock units.
Metrazol-like drugs are still used in interrogations today. According to reports from several former noncommissioned Army officers, who served on rendition-related security details in Turkey, Pakistan and Romania, drugs that produce effects quite similar to Metrazol are still used in 2010 by the Pentagon and CIA on enemy combatants and rendered subjects held at the many "black sites" maintained across the globe. Observed one former officer recently, "They would twist up like a pretzel, in unbelievable shapes and jerk and shake like crazy, their eyes nearly popping out of their heads."
In 2008, at the behest of US Sens. Carl Levin, Joe Biden and Chuck Hagel and in reaction to a March 2008 article in The Washington Post, the Pentagon initiated an Inspector General Report on the use of "mind-altering substances by DoD [Department of Defense] Personnel during Interrogations of Detainees and/or Prisoners Captured during the War on Terror." It is not known if the investigation has been completed. Among the more famous recent cases of the use of drugs upon prisoners concerns one-time alleged "enemy combatant" Jose Padilla, who had originally been accused of wanting to set off a "dirty bomb."
The government has gone to great efforts to keep the public uninformed as regards use of drugs on prisoners. In an article by Carol Rosenberg for McClatchy News in July 2010, Rosenberg reported that, when covering the Guantanamo military commissions trials, when the question of "what psychotropic drugs were given another accused 9/11 conspirator, Ramzi bin al Shibh, the courtroom censor hits a white noise button so reporters viewing from a glass booth can't hear the names of the drugs. Under current Navy instructions for the use of human subjects in research, the undersecretary of the Navy is described as the authority in charge of research concerning "consciousness-altering drugs or mind-control techniques," while at the same time is also responsible for "inherently controversial topics" that might attract media interest or "challenge by interest groups."Bobby is seven years old, but this is not the first time he has been subjected to... more
EDGEWOOD ARSENAL / MKULTRA LAWSUIT MOVES TO NEXT PHASE
Claims it is unconstitutional for the VA to decide VA claims where VA itself participated in the illegal chemical and biological weapons program.
By Larry Scott, VA Watchdog dot Org
We have been following the Edgewood Arsenal / MKULTRA lawsuit for some time.
Now, the trial is moving to the next phase.
Attorneys have filed a Motion for Leave to File a Third Amended Complaint which contains more information and allegations, and involves more veterans.
The Motion is available here for viewing or download.
The new Complaint is available here for viewing or download.
It is worth reading the entire 79-page complaint. Hollywood could not have dreamed up such a horror story.
In brief, lead attorney Gordon P. Erspamer explains the new motion:
The gist of the new allegations is that:
1. It is unconstitutional for the VA to decide VA claims where VA itself participated in the illegal chemical and biological weapons program by providing toxic substances to the Army, DOD and CIA to try out on military personnel, and conducted its own tests on many of the same substances.
2. The VA has totally botched the notices to participants by failing to even find most of them, leaving out all of them who served before 1954, leaving out survivors who might be eligible for DIC altogether, abandoning any effort to find mustard gas exposed vets, and sending false or misleading information in the notification letters and actively discouraging them from seeking VA medical care or filing claims. Only 2 Chem.-Bio claims have ever been granted by the VA, and 11 mustard gas claims.
The result is that the class of men, estimated by Plaintiffs to number over 20,000, is dying off without even a semblance of justice for the human guinea pigs who were dosed with virulent chemicals such as LSD, BZ, V-gas, sarin, mescaline, DHMP, and hundreds of others, as the Cold war hysteria swelled and subsided.
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3 years ago
The charges against Sloan
• Unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances: Dimethlyltryptamine (DMT)
• Unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances: Mescaline
• Unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances: Lysergic Acid Amide
• Unlawful cultivation or distribution of controlled substances: Mescaline
• Unlawful cultivation or distribution of controlled substances: Dimethlyltryptamine; Chacruna; Illinois Bundleflower; Epena; Cebil Seeds.
• Unlawful cultivation or distribution of controlled substances: Bufotenine, Epena, Chaliponga, Cebil Seeds, Colorado River Toads.
• Unlawful cultivation or distribution of controlled substances: Lysergic Acid Amide, Morning Glory Seeds, Rivea Corymbosa.
• Unlawful possession of certain drug precursors and drug paraphernalia: Plastic jugs and filters used or intended for unlawful use to manufacture, cultivate, plant propagate, harvest, test, analyze or distribute a controlled substance.
Yet all of the plants listed in the charges are unscheduled and uncontrolled in the United States. This is groundbreaking from a legal standpoint because this is the first time anyone has ever been charged for the cultivation or distribution of any of these plants.
Many of these plants are sold at gardening stores throughout the country. People are legally allowed to grow them in their gardens and put them to any other use that they see fit. That said, these plants are not approved by the FDA for human consumption. The bouncing bear website complies with this by clearly stating that these substances are not being sold for human consumption.The charges against Sloan
• Unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances:... more
Click here to read the CNN iReport: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-312359
These were my hastily-written memories, because I was so sick -- the days before the 40th anniversary of Woodstock -- of the hundreds of negative articles and emails I was seeing plastered everywhere. What got to me the most was that of all those people who wrote ABOUT Woodstock -- and how bad, ugly, awful, scary, dirty, blah, blah, blah, it was -- not one of those folks had actually BEEN at Woodstock!!!! That just pissed me off.
Hell, I even recently heard a woman neighbor of mine telling her 11-year-old daughter that Woodstock was the ultimate "filth experience," and that most of the girls who attended were raped and got pregnant that weekend.
Um.......... this was the era of..... FREE LOVE!!!!!!! No damn REASON for rape! And we had diaphragms and IUDs and The Pill, so there were no more "unwanted" pregnancies than in any other city a half a million strong.
So anyway, I threw together this rundown of my ACTUAL experiences around Woodstock. The next day, CNN called me and had me come to the studios to do a live, on-the-air, on-camera report. Before all that, maybe for the 20th anniversary, I'd done lengthy interviews with Jack Curry, who subsequently wrote a book about Woodstock, and two of the chapters were named my name. Damned if I can remember the name of that book, though! Then, because of THAT, for the 25th anniversary, ABC (New York) gave me a call and sent out a crew to interview me for "Turning Point," which was a one-hour weekly news program. Then, last year -- in preparation for this year's 40th anniversary -- a film crew flew in from Germany and interviewed me for their 90-minute documentary, which still hasn't been released here in the States, but got good airing time in Europe.
These experiences -- while not in the least mind-blowing -- were good for me, because I got to re-live a great deal of my happy time during Woodstock.
There really will never be another Woodstock... nor SHOULD there be.
Click here to read the CNN iReport: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-312359
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This is after I got my Laptop working with Flash,
for a long time it would not work with all types of flash.
it was a nice HoT Day so I went outside after fixing my Laptop.
in this Video you see me chating with my Viewers on Ustream.tv
http://twitter.e-tard.tvThis is after I got my Laptop working with Flash,
for a long time it would not work... more
3 years ago
Chris Martin does stand-up comedy on Michael Vick, Squeaky Fromme, Woodstock, Billy Mays, Russian subs, Sarah Palin and death panels, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Kim Jong Il and bad ideas. Recorded August 17, 2009 at Cafe Diem's Comedy Night in Richmond, VA.Chris Martin does stand-up comedy on Michael Vick, Squeaky Fromme, Woodstock, Billy... more