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'They do a lot of mind control there too. Then they turn those thus "treated" loose as woo woo boogeyman terrorists.' --- James Bartley
[2012 Feb] Army Doctor Sees Victory, and a Dangerous Drug Bites the Dust—Almost The use of mefloquine at Guantanamo represents either medical malpractice with culpability at some of the highest levels of military medical leadership, or it suggests something far more intentional and sinister. I typically believe that one should never ascribe to malice what can be attributed to simple incompetence, but in this case, I am not so certain. There are too many inconsistencies and unanswered questions. The issue will ultimately require the release of medical records, open hearings, and testimony to resolve. I am confident this will happen.
 Controversial MK ULTRA Drug Given to All Guantanamo Detainees Akin to "Pharmacologic Waterboarding" Treatment, Torture or an Experiment? The Defense Department forced all "war on terror" detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison to take a high dosage of a controversial antimalarial drug, mefloquine, an act that an Army public health physician called "pharmacologic waterboarding." The US military administered the drug despite Pentagon knowledge that mefloquine caused severe neuropsychiatric side effects, including suicidal thoughts, hallucinations and anxiety. The drug was used on the prisoners whether they had malaria or not.
PsyOp America - From 9/11 to Guantanamo to Berg Berg was shown in video wearing orange jumpsuit identical to the jumpsuits used at Guantanamo. The chair that Berg was seated in during the filming was the exact same kind as seen in a color photo taken at the Abu Ghraib Prison. The walls and baseboard seen were the same color as in Abu Ghraid prison. These, and other anomalies 'discovered' by researchers, were deliberately planted so as to be found. Thus mainstream 'not knowing', was counterpointed by the internet 'knowing' the murder of Berg was an inside job. Both groups were manipulated by video images which were traumatic to view. It's called trauma programming.