Human Experimentation Requires Prosecution

The Guardian has made public a CIA document allowing the agency's director to "approve, modify, or disapprove all proposals pertaining to human subject research."

At Guantanamo, the CIA gave huge doses of the terror-inducing drug mefloquine to prisoners without their consent, as well as the supposed truth serum scopolamine.

Background:
Guardian: CIA torture appears to have broken spy agency rule
Truthout: Controversial Drug Given to All Guantanamo Detainees
Truthout: New Revelations Suggest DoD Cover-Up Over Detainee Drugging
David Swanson: "We murdered some folks" in Guantanamo
Talk Nation Radio: Joseph Hickman on Deadly Human Experimentation
Against Their Will: The Secret History of Medical Experimentation
War Is A Crime: Ongoing Torture

Former Guantanamo guard Joseph Hickman has documented the CIA's torturing people, sometimes to death, and can find no explanation other than research.

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