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All the groovy things I like about the USG
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29
~ovem er
1963
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MEMORANDUM
FOR
THE
.RECORD
SUBJECT
:
MKULTRA PROGRAM
1.
A
meeting
was
held
in
General
Ca;.ter's
office
on
29
Nove=nber
. ·
1963
to
discuss
the
subject
program.
Those
present,
in
addition
to
General
.
Carter, were
Messrs.
Helms,
irkpatrick~
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"lGottlieb,.
and
Earman.
The
main thrust
of
the
discussitJn
was the
testing
certain
drugf:
on
unwitting U.
S.
citizens.
Dr.
Gottlieb gave
a
brief
history
of the
MKULTRA
program
which
was not
in
any
wa /.
at
variance
.
with
the IG
report
of
August
1963
on
this
subject.
·
2.
Messrs.
Gottlieb
and
·
c·
Jargued
for
t~e
~ontin~:;~on
c
unwitting
testing,
u~ing
as
the
principal
point
that
controlled
testing
can..not
be
depended
upon
for
accurate
results.
General
Carter,
Mr.
Kirkpatrick,
and
I
do not
disagree
with this
point.
We
also accept the
ne es~ity
for
having
a
"stable
of
drugs"
on
the shelf
and the
requirem n~
or
continued
research
and
development
of
drugs--not
only
for
possible
ope
r
ational
use
but
also
to
give
CIA
insight
on
the
state
o{
the
art
b.
this
.
field
and
in
particular
to
alert us
to what
the
opposition
is
or
might be
expect~d
to
do
in
the
R8.t.D
and
.
employment
o{
drugs
.
.
3.
·~
c
_ ,ot~d
th~t
the~~
was
no
disagreennent.~ith
the
recomme
n
dations
of the
IG
survey
on MKULTRA
with
the exception
the
unwitting
testing
problem.
n
response
to
a
query
fxom Genera.l
Carter,
he stated
tliat
since
the
IG
report
such
testing
has
been
held
in
abeyance.
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4. General
Carter
made
it
clear
that
he
understood
the
necessity
ftSr
research
and
development
o{
all
type:-
drugs,
to
include
their
testing.
However,
w
~
::
troubled by the
"unwitting
.aspect".
This
led
t~
a.
brlef
discussion
on
the EossibUity of
Wlwitting
te lts
on
foreign
nationals,.
bat
accord
i
ng
to
'
L
'
fthis
had
been ruled
out
as
a
resclt
several
·
conversations
he
recently
had
with
senior
r.hie£s
of
stations--too
dan&l rous
and the
lack
of
controlled
facilities.
(This
seemed an
odd
conclusion
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me
since
the
same
dangers
exist
in
the
U.
·
s.
and
from what
we
·
were
able to
find
out during
our survey,
the
acUities
we
have
£or
uncontrolled testing
leave
much
to
be desired--1
made
a
point
o£
thia.)
5.
After
further
discussion,
it
was
~greed:
a.
That
the
charter
MKULTRA
would
be
revised
along
the
lines
recommended
n
the
IG
survey.
b.
The
procedu:t'es
for
testi;ng
drugs
are
to be
.
reviewed
·
and
,
new
alternative proposals
submitted.
·
c.
U.
it
is
concluded
by
th
DD/P
that
unwitting
testing
on
American citizens
must
be
continued
to
opera
tionally prove out
these
drugs,
it
may
become
necessary
to place
this problem
before
tho
Director
fo~
a
decision.
·
...
.
6.
I
made
the point
t.hat
the
IG
survey
had
found
other
problenua
.
with
the
MKULTRA
program
in
addition
to
the
unwitting
testirig,
but
stated if
the
charter
is
rewritten
along the
lines
recommended,
I
believe
these
problems
would
be
corrected.
. . · 7 •.
NOTE:
·
The
IG
Survey
of
MKUL'rRA
was
handed
to
_
la ;er
the
meeting
fo t
his
use
 
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personnel,
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Internal
FBI
memorandum
setting orth
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procedures
followed ln granting ::: . .field offices authority
or
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bag"
jobs. Hoover notes No
more
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such
techniques
must
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