A Terrible Mistake

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Ten years of research led H. P. Albarelli Jr. through the nightmarish scenarios of the CIA and projects like MKULTRA, Bluebird, and Artichoke. Unwitting people given LSD. (This part on murder of Frank Olson, who worked on biological warfare operations)

A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA’s Secret Cold War Experiments (2009) is a book by H. P. Albarelli Jr., a writer and investigative reporter. It is the result of Albarelli's 10-year investigation into the controversial death of Army biochemist Dr. Frank Olson.[1][2]

Albarelli is a graduate of Antioch Law School and is a claimed expert on the history of the CIA's rumored behavior modification and assassination programs of the 1950s, such as Project ARTICHOKE and MKULTRA.

Frank Olson's Death[edit]

On November 28, 1953, Army biochemist working with the CIA fell to his death from a hotel window in New York City. Twenty-two years later it was revealed that the scientist, Frank Olson, had been drugged with a chemical similar to LSD days before his death. In 1996, the New York District Attorney’s Office opened a murder investigation into Olson’s strange death. The book documents the several facts surrounding the death of Olson. No arrests or charges were ever filed.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "by H.P. Albarelli Jr". A Terrible Mistake. 1953-11-28. Retrieved 2014-07-17. 
  2. ^ "albarelli.net". albarelli.net. Retrieved 2014-07-17. 

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