Georgetown University Hospital Has History of Involvement with CIA Drug Experimentation

Central Intelligence Agency Seal

A long forgotten 1977 article in the New York times, reveals that the Central Intelligence Agency partnered with institutions, including Georgetown University Hospital, to test drugs on unwitting patients.  The CIA even contributed 375,000 towards construction of a GUH building.    The relationship was exposed through efforts of Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts.

Georgetown University is also the school which the lawyer who is fighting to prevent Ariana-Leilani from getting a second opinion graduated, and also that of his own father.  A position at Georgetown University was used as cover for the father when he was in the CIA, as highlighted in his book, King’s Counsel

Read More: CIA Behavior Control Studies Reported in New York Times


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