Prick {Updated}

DDC Civil Case, Action No. 80-3163, Orlikow, et al. v. United States. In deposition of John W. Gittinger, Dr. Robert S. Goodenow was said to be a paid consultant. Appears that he may have worked with John Mulholland to create a pin-prick device to induce diseases covertly, which means possibly under MKULTRA subprojects 4 and/or 15:

Mulholland's Manual - CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception

Mulholland’s Manual – CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception

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Starting to sound like some of this stuff was from publicly available sources (homemade lasers, Cold War drugs, and sixty-year-old spyshop toys), which expands the list of suspects, or at least is designed to look that way.

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