December 03, 2012

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Lawsuit Accuses CIA of Murder

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An inmate claims that when James Holmes was brought in, the night of the Aurora CO Batman shooting, Holmes told him that he had been "programmed" to kill by an "evil" therapist. And this week the family of CIA biological warfare scientist, Frank Olson, filed suit alleging that the CIA murdered him in 1953.

This video explores the connection between these two events. Did the CIA stop MK-ULTRA and other mind control programs after the Church Committee hearings in the 1970's or did they get more sophisticated?

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