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By H. P. Albarelli Jr.

Following nearly a decade of study, this account solves the mysterious loss of life of biochemist Frank Olson, revealing the identities of his murderers in surprising element. It bargains a distinct and unheard of inspect the backgrounds of many former CIA, FBI, and Federal Narcotics Bureau officials—including numerous who really oversaw the CIA’s mind-control courses from the Fifties to the Nineteen Seventies. In retracing those courses, a regularly extraordinary and continually scary international is brought, coloured, and ruled by means of many factors—Cold warfare fears, the key courting among the nation’s drug enforcement companies and the CIA, and the government’s shut collaboration with the Mafia.

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C. 11 — Victim’s Task Force: 1978-1979 12 — Fall 1984 BOOK FIVE — 1994-2005 1 — United States House of Representatives, September 28, 1994 2 — The Starrs Investigation 3 — District Attorney Robert Morgenthau’s Investigation 4 — What Did Allan Hughes Know? 5 — What Did Dr. Benjamin Wilson Know? 6 — A Major Break in the Case Epilogue Appendix 1 Mind Control Victims Appendix 2 A Study of Assassinations* Appendix 3 Nuremberg Code — 1947 Photographs & Documents Notes Index Back Cover Flap Back Cover Material PUBLISHER’S FOREWORD Because something is happening here But you don’t know what it is Do you, Mister Jones?

I had spent a few years of my youth in the nation’s capital, and had later worked for the federal government at several levels. When I was a boy, my father had worked for the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, situated on the National Mall, just a stone’s throw from the CIA’s cluster of buildings near the Reflecting Pool. I would sometimes wait for my father to come out from his laboratory, while gazing in fascination at the many visible, and hidden, wonders of the older buildings along the Mall.

A couple of years after this encounter, however, the District Attorney’s office in Manhattan wanted to communicate with the two men and asked my help. When I refused to identify them, Saracco and Bibb had threatened me with arrest for obstruction of justice. I had no intention of ever revealing the identities of the men. I had given them my word as an investigative reporter, and eventually Robert Morgenthau’s office realized I was not going to relent. But that didn’t stop them from coming at me from other directions.

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