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REPORT: C.I.A. Tortured Hundreds Of Danish Orphans


The more I hear about this intelligence agency the worse it gets…

According to a public access documentary which aired in Denmark , agents of our own Central Intelligence Agency tortured and conducted horrific experiments on Danish orphans in the 1960’s.

Reports claim that the experiments were conducted in an effort to find a link between Schizophrenia, genetics, and environmental factors relating to nurture.

These sources are making these claims at the same time that it was revealed that C.I.A. agents engaged in sexual acts with children, yet never faced prosecution.

My only question is: when are we going to disband this defunct 3 letter agency? They seem to do far more harm than they do good.

Here’s what sources are saying:

The Free Thought Project shared the account of one surviver:

Eerily, the examinations took place in a basement at the Municipal Hospital in Copenhagen. The director and producer of the documentary, Per Wennick, was actually a victim of the CIA and subjected to these experiments as a child.

In the documentary, he recalled being placed in a chair, getting electrodes put on his arms, legs, and chest around the heart and having to listen to loud, shrill noises, which attempted to incite a psychological response.

“It was very uncomfortable”, Wennick told Danish Radio. “And it’s not just my story, it’s the story of many children.” By his own admission, he was promised “something funny” before being taken to the hospital.


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Zero Hedge claims:

While researching for the documentary, Per Wennick managed to locate 36 boxes at the Psychiatric Centre Glostrup in Hvidovre that detailed the CIA’s unscrupulous child experiments. However, when the center got word of the documentary, they began shredding the documents.

Danish Radio reports that Kent Kristensen, associate professor of Health Law at the University of Southern Denmark, pointed out that the shredding of the documents was illegal.


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