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Report of Trio by to 

from 1 I larch to In "arch 19b3 


I. The 1-roposal 

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Tlic purpose of tlie trip was to inve stigate the tx3ssibilltic3_ 

f) of u sing t’no r ^~” y ‘ t - ic ‘ V • ' 

'J - , a0 a place furnishing sufficient cover to carry on re- 

search in the area of interrogation vrith the use of drugs and to 
■ include possibly interrogation with the combined use ^of drugs anu 
hvonotism and polygraph interrogation with the use of drugs. Fur- 
ther. a survey was rndn of other agencies wnuch could I'C rcscncu 
through the f '< lines of coiauunicntion for similar research 
projects. 

The best method of financing ihe project, rca;.iiretaenta for 
supplies end equipment and an overall estimate of costs were to 
bo estimated* 


[. Previous Investigation 


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•' *’ eu-fl? •'Ccenber 1912 indicnlgd that 

T; crj Id furnish natural cover and* that war 


tiic l i t/ouiu l.irmsa nawiaj. _ 

O willing to eo-orcratc in such a project.. The present trip was to 
investigate thoroughly the feasibility of such a research project. 

“ : exists as one of many agencies under 

rduinistrr.tion which might possibly be used 
for an AT.TICH .‘13 project. " is n fully-cleared consultant 


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to the -Agency so that possible programs ajid ^proacnes could be 
iiilly di 'cussed with, bin, but could not be discussed w±tu other ^ 
individuals who would be concerned if such a program were active ocd. 

In order that the reader nay get a 1 otter picture of what 

possibilities for research exist in the area of _ ' 

the following outline is presented. Attached is a 


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J ~ dicalcd by an asterisk the individuals with when he is well acquainted 


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'i’Jic various organisations nhich nipht be utilised a s nlaces 
for research uill be reported r-ivin- the purpose of the orcanisa- 
txon, the population ;;ith ;;h.Lch they arc concerned, the staff 
ornanication, the niniriun clearance requirements n:xl the pros a?ri 
cons or usin^ the organisation as a location, for research'. 


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' The f errists as a service organisation to the . /it the 

discretion > eases arc referred to the ! ’ for diagnosis, 

p ersonality evalu ation and surjections for treatment., 

' ' All clients, uith rare c^rcertions . are pconlc 

vrho have been ’ 

The clinical r eport is ar> aid to the ' 

TJic - sent to tho arc ;-iven a physical c:a:iination 

.including a blood and urine test, a variety of nsvcholortical tests' 
and a psychiatric cxariination * are routinely checked 

for previous records and social agencies or other sources of in- 
format ion nay bo utilised, iho average tine these peonlo spend 
in iho ; is five hoiU’S. 


ba ch case is staffed and a one or two-ease rg >or t is prepared 
fer tlic vino, sent the case. ><oinq — oass .tiirourh 
the yearly. ~ ' 


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M b | 1C3 .£ rarely and voluntarily cone to 

b - ic for exa: dilation, it is unlikely they would bo £ood 

subjects for this project. However, the space” :d{;ht be used for 
other types of Agency research. 


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Tlierc arc T full- Line psychiatrists 
j part-tine e;:a* lining physician. There a**'' ■’ 

! support s taff nenbers — i 


^on the staff and 
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- If a research nrojoct were co nducted in the ,-i 1 ' 

it would lx; ess ential to clca.r t he gr id the three 

rtcribcro of the y * concerned with activities. "* 

Inasmch as the* —"—■'and coirittco no iters rotate assi;:n- 

wen ts front y e si* to year and cases arc referred to the r 7 * T _ s ] ivr a ; n 
the « it would be desi rable and pro’ ably ncccssaiy to clear 

all ten . It likewise v; eu.l/J. be iiirjiily desir- 
able, if not necessary, to yet individually from the : cith.r 

a blanket auth ority t o adninister drills to ail cases at the dis- 
cretion of trie ! or to receive individual authority fron case 

to case. If tnisicro not done, it is possible that trie 


dainaycs , etc. even Liiouyh the su bject, volunteered for such a re- 
search procedure. If the were not previously advised,- the 
entire procram niylit be jeopardised. 

Tor the personnel of the ! I itself, *“"" in .already 
cleared and it would bo necessary to clear others — the mm ~ m 


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psychra Ins t, a.^ the doc Lor w ho au ’ ini > tors the ] hys 1- 

cal rnd neurological tssts, It i r, not contemplated 

to ucc any o C Vac psychologists . In addition, it would be desirable 
to obta in clea rances on - ~~ ~ secretory and tiie " 7" ~ 

of the fitifiii'Vrwt' "" they would have access to none of the activities. 


Discussion of the Pros and Cons 


The * 1 is i deally situate.!. It is next to th e ' ‘ ' 

y ‘ - mm • ’ The clients 

of the seine * xxould bo good subjects for 

ARTICIircX experimentation. The Director of tiie 1 . who has 

worked in t tie for the last \ 

veil-acquainted with all of the officials of 
with the ' and dealing with 1 


1 years, .ir 


connected 
lie is also a cleared 
consultant of the Agency and is willing and even enthusiastic to 
participate in such a research project. 


There is amnio space in the . ... to conduct each a research 

project, .. J'l.iiJjJ.J can be easily-wired for sound recording 

and tiie largo . could be used Tor the administration 

of drugs. Teds and toilet facilities would l.<! available if re cos - 
sery. 


On the oilier hand, there are sone difficulties. The conduc- 
tion of such an experiment would not fit easily into the routino 
of the 1 - 1 cm assuming that the ad uni.strati.on of drupe and 

subsequent interrogation would require from four to si:-:’ hours. 

This woul d probably have t o be do ne in addition to the ^rputii ie 

^ -■ zz l procedure of the i 1 — um a j aixl vohld probably mean the in- 1 

dividual v-wild. have to be called bade for the second visit. “LU re- 
vise, it sc sms .to me essential that a medical is an be present during 
the entire mount of this tine. If somethin*; untoward occurred. 


it possibly would le necessary to hospitalise the individual at 
the '' — — c , y j event tiie admitting officer or 

admitting physician would have to be told what led up to the ex- 
isting physical condition . It is possible tliat someone at the 
hopital could be cleared but inasmuch as tliore is a great deal of 
variation in duty hours for the medics at the Hospital, the 
situation would be almost impossib le to control. Other possible 
difficulties arc that an " hearing of such a research nro- 

j eet ™lrht Lit to take adv antage of it as a norms of obtaining 
a , 'gain it must be borne in .iind that the 


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«t j-nLita pfcltalt/if the-/ tho-pht 
or the, selves. '•houlr! pordssion be required fron the 


;^r°r i^ividual ccr.ec, the adrdnlrl.r-tion of th^nro^ct ' 

wexild be . tJ-Lf C:icnlt . finally- there is the possibility that sene 
mx^ht die approve of the project a.-u t’.ixr'h they :iirjit not 
:e aolo to dtoo the project they night well create difficulties . 




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. ihcrc ere r iof the w : iici , 

!.uf-ut be v.jer.q in cendnctir:; AfTIC^T. research p rojects. The 
ia^heided by’ whose title is 

. '• resides the • . there are PH fu 11 - 

ti.r M2f.ir.el officers, one p.harnaciot and two ” ~ c i 

There are four fell -tine nodical officers who derate entirely- mtV 
ride of t.v: 0 .. ic e nalang hone calls on police person-el. The 
.. . - aJ1 oatnat?.cnt clinic in the I’olice i'ceartuont 

uj.li.infj, is e pvinped to perforn niror ovr-cry mu lim die all fyje:; 
Oi .anor conplain .,c . iV.ei'c lo a f t Lie a loo dee- -.liiarnr.c •. ,"p" 

pi lalisat ion is r-eccss.-r y, the ~ n3cs ^j ;c . 

'. T hcrc t.iey have ’ beds assigned to the-. 7 —"] of these 
ci e x or 'rir.p c ry an d • ^ . i f or illness, ir. thr^ p ^‘‘x. 

t.u^e room • :iir;ht be utilised for research pur r 'oecr;, 


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Anot he r depar t: sent j..; '.ir: • • ' 

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• ere l -w-- i. i nssi me;- incl::di.r.“ ■ 

r ' cheriiete various erpertr; ja science. due la: ora- 

tory itself is 


jri equipped ir.ith various apparatus. < 


1 ■ - ' t to one of t.ic ro-ris i s e- ccnlient 

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in a central r oo i in t !re 

1 have teen with the 


■of th" :e 
for oyer 



yea rs. The administrative contr ol of these divisions cor-cs under 
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would have to be approved by the 


who is appointed 
Here again, any expenditure of fluids 


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K research project night be set up with the co-operation of 
these two departments. The subjects would be who arc 

bcinc For exarvle , 

over a year ago in the 
over three hundred were run on the alone in a 

natter' of a few we'-'hs. Currently, there is another — 

case b eing investigMed and any nunber of ~~~7 TF will be - .. . v 
’ " • In certain instances, rr “ r " have been given drug:; although 
tills is not publicly admitted. It would lie possible to set up a 
. project whereby 1 ecru Id be with the use of drugs, 

drugs and hypnosis or the use of drugs •>nd the in the 

event th at hospit alisation was required, they could be sent to the 

and use the beds assigned to the . 

perhaps uitho 't further clearance with the Hospital. Host 
cases could sleep overnight if necessary in some of the 
rooms . The number of cases tlius f urnished would be variable de- 
pending on the number of 
there arc sore ®" =ss== ■ 


stantinl number of cases could be built up. 


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a non til so that presumably a fairly sub- 


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If a project wore initiated in the 
be ne cessary - I o secure t’.io permission of the 

and perhaps the " , but probably 

would be the only ethers who would require cl*arancc. The 
ether members of the department would not lihely question a research 
project, particulrrly if it would assist them in their activities. 


Tiscussion of Hr os err’ Cons 


The nd.vawin- s of the 


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■'.ro that -they have 
adequate space, they have nodical men attached to the staff and 
could conduct c-rr-rincnta ticn under controlled conditions, i'oth 

ore very much interested in the field 
cf and would, probably Id interested in participating 

in such a research project as it would assist then in their day ’ 
to day activities. They leave the advantage of being able to 
sleep people overnight if this is necc scare o^d hs.vs a current 
arrangeme nt with the ’ for admitting — — — 

which could b e utilised in iinndli :g seie case:; which 
’light 1-c required. 


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before they arc- for cry nni it 1: . 

blc that errtcnsivc use of dr ags r eight result in Publicity and 
possible Isr^uita uhich tiie ' • would not" favor. 

It ; ought be cd.fficult to obtain sufficient nutbors of subjects 
inasm eh as they would have to receive perriission iron the ■ . 

.rho arc nr.tura.lljr resistive to such procedures. burrentious 
ac-iinistrntion of drugs night be norc feasible in connection with 
ocher procedures. 


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. j one of the larg est in 

the country , has a population rang ing fro- 1 ft f 3 

located at ~ so: to nil,;;; fro: i ", 

i.iey^havc tnolr ou n o ospi ual w.iicu lias beds. There 

ai’o , full- Line nodical office rs, r— ; full- tine dentis ts, 
anf resident interns fren the : ~ ~ ' attached 

to the hospital. There arc nodical specialist cons-'lUnts *• 


no are mred on a fee 1. ?.s Is for s:>cciali:v- 1 nrullci -e . and s-.rgerv 


There ere varied n-u’ers o 


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v:n 1 y tee ad; dnlstrcbivo our Tier.: of he 


"ho is s >nc Intel by tho 


•■'ho was recently appointed. The chief physician is 


arc well ’mown by * . 


'^ 7 activity in the ! seild have ‘to be a ' roved by 

and possibly by Jith this approval, 'the 

wo uld concur. It may be necessary i n tills instance to 
clear' olie • . . end th : Chief Physician 

at tue Hospital. 


VIII. i\incu33ion of the i'ros and Cons 


There arc many advantages of using n seLun for con- 

ducting c:: 'er.i. '.unis of this niter :. The subject s are" read i lv 
available •, all -r-o “ ‘ muftier - is s^idc* 

range of Intel ’igcncc. It is e:i y to get vd.rnteers in the 








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•..*.' nocooalty for publicit y* ' Aty acvero pliysical reactions could bo r *?;.:>• sU 

treated In tho ' hospital ’and even If a death occurred* it ‘ • 

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la not U ro ly that it woild create *a borious crisis «" ’ fbqicx’iircnta— : ' : ’ 
ticn with different drugs cad various dosages of drugs could bo 
tried out hero ca piiyslcians are always available and tlio lino of 

the subjocts is ; . Hany of tho of this 

have passed tlirough tho 


. in conse- 

quently , infoiTuatloa about, tho subjects would be available fraa an 
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After sufficient escparionco is gairiod frori tho uso of a drug,' 

,t night then bo usod in a noro open situation and terhapa ad-" ’••fv 

i f rv4 »♦ nf«\r^ 4 ii ****m 1.. ^ i.. * t ■ « . 


nirdsterod surreptitiously. Ibcporinouta using hypnosis and drugs .. 
could also bo noro readily conducted in the 


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Hone disadvantages occur. Cna, the location cf tho 

is such tliat participation of, Agency consultants would bo noire ' •*• 
di fficult « A lso, si nce th is is a 1 . tlie co— operation 

.of., _ . i3 noceooory and they ; 

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Tills Hospital 
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naa-ps^tihotic , 


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> located in k is a aantal in- • 

• . t. . ; Insa ne and in rocon t yea rs ha3 housed 1 
psychopaths. is about 

■ • Tho ir pspit al lias r bods* and the currant 1 
non a nd * — wonon* Of those, ' i are psychotlca 
psychopaths. Tliero are r 'full-tLMo 
psychiatrists including tho superintendent. Thors era no other 


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fuU-tino physicians or interns on tlio staff Local physicians 
.are available on a contract basis for nodical and surgical uso. 
The superinte ndent . who is woll Imam ty 


direction of t ho 
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A duiiistratlvoly, tSio Hospital coiabs uixl:y tlio 


of the 

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work conducted in tlii3 institution would probably require tho 
clearance of tlio 


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. The Pros and Cans 


The advantages of doinr work in this institution is that a con- 
bination oC psychotic an-.: non-psychotic patients would he available. 
Practically *all of the ’ psychopaths have passed t'irour]i 

the f r at and independent information would be available 

on then. foMO of the other patients will have likewise none through 

t]ic . Th.e staff of .this hospital is very small 

and it is likely that they world, t; ;lconc such an gc serln ont inasmuch 
as thev are able bo do nr ac tic ally nothing wit.t the psycnopaths 

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The disadvantages of this institv.tien are that any work conducted 
there would probably have to be done by pers onnel -furnished by the 
project. A-ain, the distances Iron would make difficult tin 

participation of consultants there. It nay be felt that the number 
of non-psychotics will not furnish enough material for oui’ purposes. 


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•whi ch was converted 
nenro-v'sycl lia.tric hospital . 


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1 — " was one of the { pen to start this ins titut Lon* and he still ratarns 
^ y... ' ; one work ui'iit possibly 1 c done here. This has tin 

advantage "o'T teln~ a ornanisation where no oilier approval 

S' than " ’ \-rrriyi required. Th? t difficulty inyth'ia instance 

C — would be obtaining. sub jects. They would probably have to be volunteers 
who could cone -to the j and perhaps stay overnicht. 


All. Other institutions 


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Other institutions were considered -as possible locations for 
research programs but were rejected after thoro ugh discus sion . 
These included thc_ lb 0 

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and several hosnitnls . 




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. of the Recorder ' 3 
L 10 facilities of the 
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operated under the r/iilnlstrstion of the. 
trols .all 


which ccn- 
li likewise has charge of 


The r in responsible to the end the — ■ 

— of the "sar d appointed by the is 

•- " ‘ There is also a : . node an 

of prominent cilisens who ere ap -ointed without pay and serv e 

in an advisoi-y capacity* • ♦ ; 

f T is in charge of nodical .'nrviccs and has ad ministrati ve 

control of the is i 

of the I-euro- 1 ’sychiatric frsnch of tiic l'osnital. T. f tiic facilities 
of the ' r.r e used, it nay ho necessary to obtain 

clearances of s one one in the as wall rs in l.ne llos- 

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Considerable thought was riven to the problca of cover- and to 
the method of finances; such a research project. The fo£lcr.iins or- 
p nils at ions and institutions are mentioned because they night' bo in- 
volved in the arrannias of the financing of ouch c:tp irincntation; 


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“is a organis ation founded by th e 

the owner of the we?.l known 


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heads l he r is a friend of 

nif.ht bo possible to use this orrr.nir.nt 1 on Cor the 
fund for the project. The actual advance of money 


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PTan tin;’ of a 
iiirht he from the 


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V^cncy 1 nt dime hod through * his • . it mr,y possible that 

■ none «• iroct n^nt -fter Inctriis: of such e project.. 
If t xl^ orrani:;rt ; on t/nr o it \;ould »c jicc oozrzrr to clear iTT, 


ov*^lr.-.lly "‘.r: :c.'tc-! I.hnt. •* i~- jo.rcb i reject ulnhl 
Initialed Ur ■:■■■ '. ^ . ;• Uj n 

• ovr.unih.niioTw 7 he'"“"' In h -nded 1 ; 

_dclL>i 3 1 . The ’ ; of Ur.: • i.:? 

i’’” P""* of the ! o'* hoyc* dairy . uho is li!:c- 

v ire ■ ’of t.ho Uoyahinlric ’ nrvior at the 


r ^ r>" ■ rcsixonslVilibir::' m - 

■'ir-nctor o r the ^•aro-.'r’/c’ via trie ’/ranch of tin 1 1 * 

ho tv: h-i-! cl<vv‘ f'laMono with th.V 

' The wen 

rrrt.ypoi.nd r.r, n no? -ab le o .loirsorlnr* ar/roey for tho re a .rrc’; project *-e- 
• rw* Uv: has recei ved ^T-onle fr-v > .my tnsvaUr.nl’ on:? to 

c .-_vr;, on rr : pr-2j.ee U~ ml in ~:i ' j’ - ’.n "f , 

[■.r.r ihoy nor all covdi’ct m.y r-n-risorod res :nrcf i vr-n ;r?:»s, it f-.ir- 
rArhns n. v-*ry n*.' rover fo r a ; 'vo '-ra - > re •t;v . , ■ l.np. 

has r-:v:v*.I r out-el * V’ tVs , m p ’rwr,; • • ~ • _ -•») 

f* : -V'-’i’-y -.-oil. • ronn;p.!.dy, vie’ 1 , n p'roar" 1 vu?!.! r . *n ursO-vr ’ 

_ • Vpr'.rrrit rtk! other nnrticina.nl selected by the Avow* 
would v?c n.-'-: with hl-i. The ; • . in ndjrc *nt to the 

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project vn-l^r. . In the ~ • • would be iilo-J.1.y 

Ion" ! r*d f f'T '-oner ro:io~' It, or 1 tn 4 


TIpi’o ri'n fjoy-.vrl tUnrtlvanbofjos i: r.'.-tr-ptL::- t > act up n r::~ 
prorv.ri thro'!'';': or nnr otlier r "> . Tiie ad-dTii at-ra- 

ti.on of fi’.rU.n i;n -.L-- rncen^aril'r ro triroj-'- l'v n *’vn I. ’ “ 

nnln . It mo 'lei ho difllcvlt to ubv'i in r .L : . control of titn co.itur l of 
ihn '"“vori-'.er.tntVor.. ’M'^sreus i’xllvidrrln in -the ihuvorolty would 
hnv? to v e riv-r. ot novic i.nfcr.'irtj - n about the uot'.re of U»e 

ron-verr’', , h 1.:: ri/.-ys l.!n ronei!-iJJ.ty -'f :;oi n norh orr: of Up 

f ' ’ rnerUnr^ ii:to:x\nted Jbi : he xro joe t w!so nj.' jit not Up. 

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desirable iron the Agency* 3 point of view lr.it who could not be gra- 
ciously excluded. It is likely that a considerable mn'.'cr of ncoolo 
•voule iiavc to be clearer;, buck a g rant am the conflict of research 
would necessarily receive the usual 1 1 publicity. It is ~i ~ 0 

possible tli. at certain individuals of the r-^hf voico 0 v.' 

jccoions to work of this typo after nuch work had ’'em put into the 
pioject. It. j.iignt be difficult to have " appointed an dircc~ 

tor-of the researc h project as lie doss not hold a nr o lessor -al ran"* 
xn the “ 


nor arc his connections with tlie" 


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It is possible that a research program could lie conducted direct!” 
ij personnel recruited by the Agency . Tor example, it r.tiaht bo 
icaslblo and plausible th.at : — 

ccivc a grant to conduct research In the field of iu 

- which they arc all Interested. They in turn could use their ^ 
departments to conduct research and convince their superiors that it 
would not interfere with their usual routine. This method has the 
advantage of the Agency retaining a- solute control over the direction 
and supervision of the project. It is also po.r-.V l-; th.at the above 
neusa irdividualn or others night be given grants singly and carry 
on simultaneous projects at different locations. 


r .I. General Discussion 




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Fur AilTICllOIlV research purposes , a place is needed for exten- 
oi/c experimentation i:ith various ding s to deter:;’ nc effectiveness 
dosages, possible side effe cts, methods of acb-unistrotiou, etc. " * 
i;iC best place in for s uch oicuoi-incntatlon would be " 

1 would be the second choice • 



After certain drugs are selected for effectiveness, case of 

aliLl l ustration and patient acceptability, the 

r " offers good research poos ibiliti or. . In exa 'Luirr- 

actual field coirliti one arc approached . "ost will have unsavory 

backgrounds’, o ne or more will be canf j t j 1R 

others will be If tj in 

discovered, the 
indcfiendertl” of the 


persons arc 


iTust find acceptable 
""for p 1x1 sen tat ion in . If 

are sclectc 1 , there will ic little co;i- 
plaiiio on the nnrt 01 the citisenry if it boa ones known clru^s wore 
giver. 


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—'•SI 1 facilitie s could 'ost v.o utilised Tor 

research usiuyTL'- up: and the' j nr porh.-r'S dr’r;s and hypnosis. 


duns tin t could ho pi von surTun bi ll our;!;/- rould lo prorrrrnblo'. The 
..... .. • would not bo ideal for riaro ox Lena i in use of dru.';s because 
of the umber of people who would have to i*a clcai--;b because ail of 

the sub jects (wo trust n Cter -, ) W0 :tld be 

} ^ sido effects could 7 tot bo cosily handled, etc. 


( 


/ At tlic p?-osonb tine, •_ . river, 

feenle cneiur. -in1.n the ! “ not’for the favpobo 


'teat a to 
oT dctomlwinf’ 
but as a ncthod of probin;: their c lolioual com- 


plexes. ’is doe:? rot -require any additional au:.s->rity to do fiis rnd 

he * in ov ” n ‘itr-c-Lcd by thcRb^ ato administer 
-\ ^ • • < ' v \^y ;tn for the purpose of do icr«alTu.a';~r 'b --*>•■. j 

is Imown a a so.iewhat of an :! c::.'erL' , 'j.n I’.vjr- 


•V ticl«l it would be more natural for h_Li to do reuse -rch ''in tlint ' 

."He Id. Tdkcrwiac, ho could do tide without ell of t’;op "kloiTir 


"cut in". 


rctt/uTTC ary research irrojcct luolv-.i.nr \ """"""^ ui-raiilr.allon.o 

will ieq-id.ro lanr; and car ’lie. a tad p raced isca 3 n.-ri.Lolarly if there 
'rrc dc idols of clearance on sane individuals who nay l>o only incidental 
to tlic pror.rnr.w 


In fact, antic- i.pr led difficulties in sn-o of the Iu* 3 l:i{.w tiers 
/ crc so rreat in at ’.heir us :fuTv'ss 1 cc ary; TisstlnnsMlg. 'ottU::’ •••*• 
sue:: a project through ! ha arc: pics s of 1 ir.lso offers 

nany obstacle:. ‘ in lip it of Luis, I roc •• -.-a-i l.'-.al :i’ possible o' 


dii’cct r.r.d simple mU'uvl of sponsorship le utilise*.! . I believe that 
_ 1 1 ds pirns''.’ la l/nai ?. ~7~~T^ .Hind or-vniisitirn such, as th:£ s -.~-- - M 
could f;rent rcaoarch nuney to o.n i dividual ra- a :;rr.;n ^ 

'Ulvichials to a ress-re.u in t he? ucnsra.L bield n r [ 


cludlnr '.lie -isa of dmqs. If 


to r 


-f orv 




singly or as n "rcr.xp, wove r/ivS-Tsuch funds, :.:by*in l-’.rn could 
obtain permission fro \ their superiors to c rx’.c.cb : , c snare! i in - tlicir 
dcoartrinn!-" T.rn-c7.y 'isiiv: the cou .-r jUnv mv.' ”.ot '.'.isc issin;; the in- 
tc 2 'cs t of Li i s '.-pu’ey i ': such a nr gyr o:.!, '.s mr du u\t citi.;ons , id '-ti- 
ificd with tin field o.f^*" “ ••• . 1 I 'rnllov- that they ceroid approach 

!»o officirln of the < }in the oJitto nonn r 

nd a’vts.i’i lh u facilities of j ' ‘ jins Li fut ion: . v i t! ion t discus. sin.;; 

t-hhdr ulti. ir.to ??iusposss. 


; mi n? j air* , p.lsai-rxe : oas i*”*q tp-P-c-’ fsr 




.( iwcsii is’kI t at t'r c isava’w v? of 1 

f * 


> 1.0 rss-od.itcd and Lbs'.. o r 


'l .'C l ie Id in 


aJivyanca . 


'■J?l/:r esc nsu sj*'.! clssrou, a c r. dci'cnca cou.ld he ru-i'anpcd 


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in : ;^iirv:ton to net their definite ruction, to 

, . a '- 1 - J h J corc '- u ' rr ' ,J J-n ouch a rV’-, thee ot-n- rn-iM 

be xnx„xntet to obt ain clearances for • r thin fund or^ni--' 

tion :uo to bo used. ' : ~ — - , ,, 01 u-Ju^n- 

3 “J:? lr 41,13 Pl-™' i= follow*, it :-Ul =!°"1 to 

octeQU y w whether n rcoc-rch ^ can he condoa* at 

stit-.ition wlthc-.l ini..’-, a-- "Un-rlnr o t - j .. ' j" ?‘ , ^T in " 

30 =t *«M.* net „ tftot itVll Jw* &“?-£?« 

control 00 •wocih!,. re T dre ti» clearance of ton nirt, or of 
poo lo no I occicion little or no publicitv. 

*1 " 


X'J.l. Coots 


.v, of coot could net be rondo as this would vary 

icatly dopendmn on where or what research nrojccts wore net 
■\ cursory xn^sU^iion -d discussion on the Ajnet „r r 0 -X 
:h' I l r Uc -’ c ' W**™*'* o-noric am he foot ‘to ho phrt ti con- 

u m,:nt., no-operating xn tho program loot of the oquipnont is ' 
a./ax„ablc nt •die vnrxous sr-Goctod installation:;, fiber cquiTn^nt 
.-nd supplies c -rt,! be r,:,.., ini, oil hy lira Ai-ercv. !f>, , nt?t 

cSSScd! n nort! dPt'-r.".<n-tion or coot eenbe «-