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  • HadIt.com Elder

Carlie you are so right that info on Project 112/SHAD may never get made public and if

the ones that are still a live don't keep the research up then the true story will die with

the last Project 112/SHAD Veteran then the DOD and VA can tell the story they want

the public to believe. Jerrel

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Hello Stephen, I too was at Fort Greely during the Project 112 years 71-73, sick like Jerrel and know alot about the place and some of the clean and remediation. Also have alot of documents too. I was wondering when someone was finally going to try to put something together. Jbasser is right ,,,,better hurry. God Bless NEVER GIVE UP.C.C.

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Jerrell what story would they want to tell the one that makes them seem like nice guys, or their German cousins named mengele? See if Germany had won WW2 mengele and friends would have been hero's instead of the medical monsters they truly are.

I have met some of Americans monsters and they truly thinki they are just mis-understood doctors my question is what happeneed to the part "do no harm"? they harmed tens of thousands of us.....

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Thank you Testvet all those Dr.'s should have been hanged instead of given high paying jobs

to slowly kill off the young unsuspecting military personnel and some of their family members

including kids that were born unhealthy, American can never forget and you know that

it is still going on today, just makes me sick to think about it and how many more that will be

made to suffer, the test were wrong then and are wrong now they must be stoped.

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Hi There:

My name is Sue. I am a graduate student in Toronto, Canada, and will be producing a documentary on Project SHAD/112. This website is particularly helpful, and I am glad that you all are reaching out to one another. The physical and psychological damage done to U.S. service persons is horrific, and it seems that it is a never-ending policy of the U.S. military to use their own citizens as lab rats so that they can better learn how to destroy the 'enemy.' In a few, or many, years it will be released that chemical and biological weapons were the critical elements in the creation of Gulf War Syndrome.

I have a question for service persons affected by Project SHAD/112 operations that does not seem to have been answered (to the best of my current knowledge). And that is, considering the proximity to lands of civilians and naturally occurring bioaccumulation (say in fish), what are the chances in your opinion that civilian populations have also suffered negative health effects due to chemical/biological warfare testing under Project SHAD/112?

I will also be seeking U.S. service personnel to interview with regard to Project SHAD/112. Please let me know if you might be willing to come forward. It seems that justice for SHAD/112 victims still needs to be expanded, and that we all need to look out for both soldiers and citizens unwittingly used as medical/biological subjects.

Please feel free to contact me with any thoughts or advice you might have.

Many Blessings,

Sue

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Suefreedom:

I believe there is a IOM report on Project SHAD/112 expected by end of fiscal year. More info can be found at CDC/IOM and VA Publichealth websites.

As for exposure issues for civilian pop, the type of exposure was targeted (unfortunately towards servicemembers) so I suspect you'll be chasing ghosts . . .

Seth

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