Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

June 30, 2023

Search dogs find signs of human remains as Mohawk Mothers pursue justice at CIA torture site

One teen girl who survived the CIA's MK Ultra torture experiments in Montreal, Canada, lived to tell the truth. She saw Indigenous children in the hospital who were fellow victims of mind control and torture experiments. She saw hospital staff digging graves at night. Mohawk Mothers went to court, representing themselves with The Great Law, to secure the site search and honor the children. Search dogs have now indicated human remains at the former hospital site at McGill University in Montreal. -- Censored News.

Search dogs find signs of human remains on site of Montreal's old Royal Victoria Hospital

By Matthew Lapierre · CBC News
Posted: Jun 29, 2023 10:13 AM CDT | Last Updated: June 29

Cadaver dogs have identified possible evidence of human remains on the grounds of Montreal's old Royal Victoria Hospital, a sprawling network of now-vacant buildings, some dating back 140 years, on Mount Royal's southern flank.

The search was conducted as part of an agreement between the Kanien'kehá:ka Kahnistensera, a group known in English as the Mohawk Mothers, and McGill University, to determine if there are unmarked graves in an area the university intends to redevelop, turning the heritage site into a modern academic centre.

The agreement, which also involves the government of Quebec and the city of Montreal, came after the Kanien'kehá:ka Kahnistensera launched a civil lawsuit in March, seeking to halt the development. They argue there may be unmarked Indigenous graves that risked being excavated at the site, as well as archeological remains from a pre-colonial Iroquoian settlement.

The site also includes the Allan Memorial Institute, where CIA-funded brainwashing experiments were conducted in the 1950s and 1960s.

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