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When The CIA’s ‘Black Sorcerer’ Sidney Gottlieb Oversaw MK-Ultra, Assassination Poisons, And Mind Control

The balding, silver-haired man in a white lab coat, with a Germanic name, club foot and speech impediment could have been a Bond villain invented by Ian Fleming. But in the 1950s and ’60s, American chemist Sidney Gottlieb was fighting on the side of the “good guys”. Born a century ago today, Gottlieb was a chemist hired by the CIA for his expertise on poisons, but who later ran project MK-Ultra, looking for ways of using drugs to extract information and control minds. Known as the “black sorcerer”, Gottlieb sparked dozens of conspiracy theories, and his schemes inspired episodes of TV shows such as The X Files and Stranger Things. Matthew Modine plays the fictional character Dr Brenner, resembling Gottlieb, who also worked on MKUltra. The real Gottlieb was a mysterious figure who emerged from the shadows during a 1977 Senate hearing into the CIA’s mind-control experiments… (READ MORE)


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