Originally Posted By: Dr. Colin Ross

The CIA doctors violated all medical codes of ethics dating back to Hippocrates, including the Nuremberg Code. The experimental subjects were not told the real purpose of the experiments, did not give informed consent, were not afforded outside counsel and received no meaningful follow-up. As described by the psychiatrists in published papers, experiments with LSD and other hallucinogens, combined with sensory deprivation, electroshock and other interrogation techniques, resulted in psychosis and death among other “side effects.” The purpose of these experiments was to see how easily a person could be put into a psychotic state or controlled.

The following pertains specifically to what I experienced:

Originally Posted By: Dr. Colin Ross

In other experiments, conducted by Dr. Jose Delgado at Yale and Drs. Vernon Mark, Frank Ervin and William Sweet at Harvard, brain electrodes were implanted in people and their mental state and behavior was controlled from a remote radio transmitter box. These experiments were conducted with funding from the Office of Naval Research. In experiments at Tulane funded by the CIA and the Army, implantation of brain electrodes was combined with injecting mescaline and other substances directly into the experimental subjects’ brains

The above citation is from:

The material is also available in a book: The CIA Doctors.

I haven't talked much about Maitland Baldwin, who was a neurosurgeon at the National Institute of Health, located not far from Washington D.C.

Originally Posted By: Dominic Streatfield in Brainwash, The Secret History of Mind Control

in 1955, Baldwin went on to perform all sorts of bizarre experiments for the Agency ... implanting electrodes in humans...

He had no objection to terminal experiments. (in which the experimental subject perished)