No evidence of a project named "Project Monarch"
This basically expands upon what he included in part of the appendix to his book.
The Strange Story of Sally Hartman
Thursday 10 June 2010
by: H.P. Albarelli Jr., t r u t h o u t | Interview
(Illustration: Jared Rodriguez / t r u t h o u t)
On 26 October, [redacted], an employee of the [redacted], contacted the Office of the Inspector General here at the Agency and related the following information. His wife, whose maiden name is [redacted], was previously married from 1955 until 1960 to [redacted], who was employed by CIA at that time. In the summer of 1956, according to [redacted], she accompanied her husband to the farm of her husband's supervisor for dinner, drinks and wine. She believes her husband worked for Dr. Gottlieb, who was chief of the Technical Services Staff Chemical Division and heavily involved in MKULTRA activities. Her next recollection is receiving electric shock treatment at George Washington University Hospital for some time ...
- Letter from CIA assistant general counsel to John Gavin Esq., Office of Legal Counsel, US Department of Justice, November 2, 1977.
Over the past 15 years, while working on "A TERRIBLE MISTAKE," and after, about two-dozen people separately contacted me wanting to share their experiences as victims of CIA mind-control projects. Without exception, all of these people seemed quite sincere in their approach and claims. Some had written passionate letters, accounts, or articles about their experiences, a few had even written books about what had happened to them. Several of these books had been published and their authors were happy to send me copies, hoping that I would read them and perhaps write a review. Almost every person seemed more than convinced that they had fallen under the control of the CIA after being targeted at an early age. A surprising number claimed the CIA selected them through their fathers, who were somehow connected to the agency or with officials who worked for the agency. Nearly all of these people had also suffered physical and sexual abuse committed against them by their fathers and their memories of being controlled by the CIA were brought to the surface as a result of their working with psychotherapists or psychologists.
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Letter dated 2 November 1977, from CIA assistant general counsel to John Gavin Esq., Office of Legal Counsel, US Department of Justice, Washington, DC. Approved for release by the CIA in October 1991, author's files.
Author's interviews with "Sally Hartman," June-July, September 2000, Florida.
The above article is extracted in part from the author's book: "A TERRIBLE MISTAKE: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA's Secret Cold War Experiments."
Several sections have been added to this article to make Sally's experience fuller and more understandable to readers. These sections were drawn for an interview with Sally in September 2000.
http://www.truthout.org/the-strange-sto ... rtman60306