[Home]  [Headlines]  [Latest Articles]  [Latest Comments]  [Post]  [Mail]  [Sign-in]  [Setup]  [Help]  [Register] 

Harvard Grad Claira Janover Never Had A Job At Deloitte But Is Set to Cash In On GoFundMe For Being 'Fired'

Gorsuch Joins With Libs to Void Child Rapist's Conviction and Declare Half of Oklahoma a 'Native American Reservation'

Chicago: ‘Black Lives Matter’ Mural Painted Over to Read ‘All Lives Matter’

Head of Emergency Management Says Texans Should Wear Masks Inside Their Own Homes

'SUPPRESSION OF SPEECH' Goya Foods CEO Bob Unanue refuses to apologize after online boycott over ‘blessed to have Trump’ praise

Overweight Black Models Oppressed by Exclusion

WNBA, NFL Players Show BLM Stands For Bigoted Lynch Mob

‘Who’s That Beautiful Face? How Old?’ – Biden Refuses to Answer Questions From Reporters But Creeps on Child During Visit to His Childhood Home

Black American Actor Calls For The End Of Racial Division In The US

Wisconsin Man in Hate Crime Killing Says He Intentionally Swerved Truck because He Believes Harley Drivers to be “White Racists” — Murdered former Cop

Racist? Black Jeopardy with Tom Hanks - SNL

Alan “The-State-Can-Plunge-A-Needle-In-Your-Arm” Dershowitz Is In Epstein’s “Little Black Book”

Banned Video: Get Ready For The Great Reset

The Former Lady Antebellum Music Group Is Now Suing Black Soul Singer ‘Lady A’ Over Name Change

NEW HATE HOAX: Police Stop Investigation into Racist Notes Left on Car After ‘Victim’ Refuses to Cooperate

Vallejo PD says Sean Monterrosa was at half-kneel when he was fatally shot in back of head by officer

NBC News Throws Affirmative Action Into Overdrive

Remember this? Never back down to #BLMTerrorists Patriots never take a knee to. Bullies

Can Biden Even Say the Words “America First”?

‘Pull up your pants & finish school’: Would CNN’s Don Lemon cancel himself over shockingly unwoke 2013 tips to black community?

Another "Hate Crime" Hoax - Oregon politician wrote racist letter to himself, police say

Scrabble Players Association to ban 238 words that cause harm, even on a board

Pathetic: ABC Stokes Racial Tensions for Ratings

Mocking Masks

Occultism Is the Religion of Millennial Progressives

VIDEO: Ex-Wide Receiver Catches Child Thrown from Burning Building

CDC admits COVID-19 ‘positive result’ just means you’ve previously contracted the “common cold”

Churches Were Eager to Reopen. Now They Are a Major Source of Coronavirus Cases.

Students Say They Will Sacrifice Free Speech To Avoid Offending People

Facebook waives “hate speech” policy to allow pro-LGBT hate speech against white men

Black Lives Matter Philadelphia leader proposes five-year plan to abolish police

Mary Trump’s explosive tell-all about the president details her uncle’s comments about her breasts, his cheating on the SAT exam, and how his own sister called him a clown.

Cancel Culture Is Out of Control

The Madness of Political Correctness

White Kid’s “Privilege” Didn’t Save Him

US Officially Withdraws From World Health Organization

Angry Lesbians Release America-Hating Remake of Lee Greenwood’s Classic for 4th of July

Fairmont cop drove twice the speed limit in a fatal crash. He won't be charged.

Manhattan DA Charges White Woman For Calling 911 On Black Man Who Admitted He Threatening Her

153 "Left-Leaning" Economists Say US Should Continue To Hand Out Free Money Indefinitely

Ilhan Omar Calls For ‘Dismantling’ Of U.S. ‘Economy & Political Systems’

WHO Created Global Pandemic Panic Based on Fraudulent Data and Its Leader Tedros is Connected to Islamic Terrorism and Is a China Puppet

Coronavirus Death Rate Plunges As MSM Breathlessly Hypes ‘Surge’ In Confirmed Cases; McEnany Sets The Media Right

Nation That Kills 3,000 Babies A Day Feels Morally Superior To Slaveowners From 200 Years Ago

Picture of The Day: Left-Wing Fireworks

Trump rips Redskins, Indians for eyeing name changes to be 'politically correct'

This headline is real: It’s from a feminist, of course

BLM Teacher Says 2+2 Only = 4 Because of “Western Imperialism”

150 Top Intellectuals Sign Open Letter Decrying Cancel Culture

Gavin Newsom caught wiring half a billion dollars to communist China in massive face mask money laundering scheme


Status: Not Logged In; Sign In

Historical
See other Historical Articles

Title: Reporter Uncovers Manson Family Connections to CIA’s MK Ultra Mind Control and Hollywood Child Trafficking
Source: Humans Are Free
URL Source: http://humansarefree.com/2019/11/re ... er-uncovers-manson-family.html
Published: Nov 11, 2019
Author: John Vibes
Post Date: 2019-11-18 20:09:57 by Deckard
Keywords: None
Views: 130

The crimes of the Manson family resulted in one of the most famous murder trials in history, but new research has come to light that could totally change the history of the case.

Much of what was believed to be true about the Manson murders and the cult that carried them out comes from a narrative that was spun by prosecutor Vince Bugliosi, both during the trial and in his book Helter Skelter — the best selling true crime novel of all time.

Nothing about the murders made any sense. There was a strange cult of hippies that were killing celebrities for apparently no reason, and the young people carrying out the crimes seemed to be under the spell of a charismatic lunatic and failed musician named Charles Manson.

Bugliosi created a narrative that Manson and his followers had no personal motive in the killings, but were attempting to instigate a race war by framing the Black Panthers for the crimes.


However, in the years since, many researchers have had trouble making sense of the story that was established by Bugliosi. Manson was certainly a racist and problematic in a variety of other ways, but there is ample evidence that the story we have come to accept about the cult and their crimes is a total fabrication.

Over 20 years ago, journalist Tom O’Neill stumbled into the Manson case while on an assignment for the entertainment magazine Premiere, which is now out of print.

At first, O’Neill wasn’t very interested in the case, thinking that the public already knew the full story. But as he attempted to put together a softball article on how the murders impacted Hollywood, he quickly began finding clues that would ignite a life-long obsession.

O’Neill’s new book, Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties, co-authored by Dan Piepenbring details the decades worth of research that began with that assignment.

Tom O’Neill

As O’Neill began reporting on the story and conducting interviews with police and prosecutors involved in handling the case, he found significant evidence that some kind of cover-up was taking place.

Upon further investigation, he learned that Manson was far more connected in Hollywood and the entertainment industry than initially believed.

In fact, there is compelling evidence that Manson was a figure somewhat similar to Jeffrey Epstein, who was connected to high-profile figures through a child trafficking operation. It is often underplayed in dramatizations about the Manson family, but many of the young hippies in the cult were actually underage girls.

O’Neill’s research suggests that Manson was popular in Hollywood because he trafficked these children to various record executives, famous entertainers, and rich patrons.

The case becomes even more suspicious when considering that Manson and his cult seemed to be protected by the government and local law enforcement. Manson had committed multiple crimes while on parole, but was released on numerous occasions.

O’Neill documents how the LAPD knew what Manson was up to for a long time and did nothing, and may have even looked the other way in previous murder cases involving the family.


O’Neill admits that he could not determine why the family was being protected, but as he researched more, he found a complicated web of possible explanations, all of which were backed up by well-documented evidence, including admissions from the people involved in the case.

One of the most interesting angles revealed in this new research is that the Manson family was in regular contact with a notorious doctor who worked in the CIA’s MK Ultra mind control experiments. Louis West, the UCLA psychiatrist who performed Jack Ruby’s controversial psychiatric evaluation, was also a major player in the CIA’s mind control experiments.

However, not all of these experiments were in the lab; some of them took place out in public, in the form of taking surveys and observing people in their day-to-day lives.

West was fascinated with the hippie subculture and conducted open-air experiments in San Francisco’s Haight neighborhood, which was the epicenter of the movement at the time. In one case, he set up a fake “hippie crash pad” in the community, so he could secretly observe the hippies in their natural habitat.

The CIA also set up a free medical clinic in the neighborhood under the pretenses of giving them free medical care, but with the covert goal of examining them and using them as test subjects.

Louis Jolyon West

The Manson family regularly came through this clinic, and another psychiatrist who worked on mind control experiments with West even embedded himself in the cult for several months.

West was deeply connected with the Manson case, but was strangely absent from the trials. This is even more strange considering that he often took every chance he could to speak as a witness in cases where a brainwashing expert was needed.

Many of the files detailing what happened during Project MK Ultra were destroyed shortly after the public learned of the program’s existence, so the extent of West’s research may never be known.

However, O’Neill’s research provides plenty of circumstantial evidence that West was working on mind control experiments involving the training of remorseless assassins, using a combination of hypnosis, LSD, and sleep deprivation.

Is it a mere coincidence that Manson used these very techniques to train once-innocent people to kill on command?

The book also explores other threads to the story that are just as interesting and well supported, including the possibility that Manson was a sort of agent provocateur, sent by the government’s Cointel Program to diminish the peaceful image of the hippie generation and scare rich white celebrities away from supporting the Black Panthers.

It is possible that all of these theories are true, but after 20 years of research O’Neill isn’t sure. The one thing that he is certain of, however, is that the narrative created by prosecutor Vince Bugliosi is a lie.

Vincent Bugliosi

Bugliosi was aware of O’Neill’s research for a number of years, and went through great lengths to intimidate him over his reporting of the case. It makes sense that his research was not published until a few years after Bugliosi’s death. 

After the Manson trials, Bugliosi went on to make millions of dollars through the sales of his book, but his career was tarnished by numerous scandals, including witness intimidation.

In one case, while he was up for election for District Attorney, he beat his pregnant mistress until she had a miscarriage because she refused to get an abortion.

In another, he stalked his former milkman and threatened his family after becoming convinced that his wife had fathered a child with the deliveryman, despite a paternity test proving otherwise.

Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties closes with comments from Manson himself, discussing how there were powerful forces at work behind his cult and their crimes. (5 images)

Post Comment   Private Reply   Ignore Thread  


[Home]  [Headlines]  [Latest Articles]  [Latest Comments]  [Post]  [Mail]  [Sign-in]  [Setup]  [Help]  [Register] 

Please report web page problems, questions and comments to webmaster@libertysflame.com