|(Photo) The remains of Paiute children forced into a southern Utah boarding school in the early 1900s are believed to be buried in an unmarked cemetery in Panguitch, Utah.
Heart breaking, and gut wrenching, we are sharing the stories of the children who never came home.
The Mohawk Mothers continue their case in Ottawa Supreme Court, exposing the torture experiments of Canada and the U.S. CIA in the MK Ultra mind control experiments, the role of the band councils in genocide, and the search for the unmarked graves of the little ones, the children who never came home.
Mohawk Mothers told Aljazeera of the children who never came home from McGill University medical center, "I personally know of somebody who was taken there because he was 'unruly.'"
Canada and the U.S. CIA conducted MKUltra torture experiments at McGill University's Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal, which is documented in court cases and a Senate hearing. (See U.S. Senate report below.)
Mohawk Mothers said, "The band council ran the reservations and helped the government to carry out the genocide. They helped select the children that were sent to these schools and were never seen again."
The CIA set up fake foundations to fund the torture experiments.
In research supporting the Mohawk Mothers court case, The McGill Tribune exposes the fact that the "CIA created research foundations, such as the Human Ecology Fund, to act as fronts for funnelling MK ULTRA research funds.The CIA then worked through such organizations to target researchers with projects that were of interest to them in developing techniques of interrogation or human behavior control."
Native children were stolen from their families and incarcerated in residential prison schools by Canada, the Catholic Church, and other churches.
The McGill Tribune's research supports Mohawk Mothers court case.
McGill was not the only university involved in the MK Ultra torture and brain control experiments. Where are the others? There were 80 institutions carrying out these torture experiments, including universities.
The research involved deprogramming minds after the Korean War, including repetitive electric shocks.
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U.S. Senate report on MK UltraWhen Mohawk Mothers first exposed the torture experiments of Canada and the US CIA at McGill in Montreal, many people did not believe them. Now, with their court case in Ottawa Supreme Court underway, and the search for unmarked graves of their children, The McGill Tribune exposes the U.S. Senate hearing on MK Ultra. It states clearly that Native Americans were used, and others, without their knowledge, in mind control and drug experiments. The U.S. Senate reports states, "The Central Intelligence Agency drugged American citizens without their knowledge or consent. It used university facilities and personnel without their knowledge. It funded leading researchers, often without their knowledge." There were 89 institutions involved, including universities, and McGill University's Allan Memorial Institute in its medical college was one of them. The U.S. Senate report detailed the experiments on Native Americans, and others, without their knowledge -- including drugs, brain control, gasses, pathogens, and electro-shock, in university research. This comes as Mohawk Mothers continue their case in Ottawa Supreme Court, and the search for the children who never came home. U.S. Senate hearing on MK Ultra torture experiments.
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