Few people seem to be so lucky as to discover their true purpose in life, and even fewer seem tenacious enough to truly dedicate their entire lives to that purpose. In that regard, George Hunter White may have been the luckiest, most tenacious man to ever live. White’s life was one of lies, drugs, sex, manipulation, coercion, extortion, violence, and murder. And when he reached the end of his life, he was long considered a hero by many.
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Marks, John D. The Search for the “Manchurian Candidate”: the CIA and Mind Control: the Secret History of the Behavioral Sciences. W.W. Norton, 1991.
Counterpunch series by Douglas Valentine
Abuses in Testing Of Drugs by C.I.A. To Be Panel Focus, New York Times, September 20, 1977
Lengthy Mind-Control Research by CIA Is Detailed, Washington Post, August 3, 1977
The Diaries Of a CIA Operative, Washington Post, September 5, 1977
FBI Files on George Hunter White, The Black Vault