Friday, May 9, 2014

Former Gov. Arne Carlson wants to know: "How many psychiatric research subjects have died at the U?"

In Scientific American, Dr. Judy Stone has written another excellent piece on the latest controversies swirling around psychiatric research misconduct at the University of Minnesota.  But the real news may be that former Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson has weighed in on the debate. He has written to the Board of Regents to ask how many psychiatric research subjects have died or been seriously injured in research studies at the U.  (As you may recall, I have been trying to get the IRB records that would help answer that question since October.)  Carlson also says: "They are trying to pretend that mentally ill people are competent to give consent," motivated "by the vast amount of money involved."

 Read it for yourself, and don't forget to come to McNamara at noon for the vigil in protest of psychiatric research abuse at the U.

1 comment:

  1. If you will permit me to expand the question as to the numbers of human beings who have died or been injured, resulting from drug testing, I ask for your attention to history.

    20, 000 documents are available concerning Operation Monarch, and MK-Ultra by way of FOIA.

    Nordhausen is a city in Thuringia, Germany. See end of WW11 documents.

    Potsdam and Yalta conferences.

    The Pont Saint Esprit (incident).

    L. Wilson Greene
    Amed Marrazzi
    Robert Vern Lashbrook
    Sydney Gottlieb

    These small pieces to the drug puzzle will provide anyone who is "really" interested with an idea of the magnitude. Of course there is no data available, concerning the familial problems and ancillary deaths, which are obviously facts that can never be quantified.

    I would be happy to explain the long version to anyone, anywhere, anytime.

    TJ Hussman
    Minneapolis Mn.