CIA May Have Tested Biological Warfare in New York in '50s, Church Says - 1979-12-04

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F43.png CIA May Have Tested Biological Warfare in New York in '50s, Church Says December 4, 1979, Washington Post

The Central Intelligence Agency may have been involved in "open air" biological warfare tests in streets and tunnels in the New York City area in 1955 and 1956, according to an analysis of CIA records released yesterday by the Church of Scientology.

The four-month analysis suggests that The CIA purchased supplies for experiments that included the dissemmation of unknown substances for aerosol devices mounted in suitcases and in the exhaust of a specially modified 1953 Mercury, according to the church's report.

The church's analysts said they examined about 600 pages of CIA financial records that were part of the agency's MK-ULTRA mind control experiments. The documents have been made public by the CIA during the last 2 1/2 years. t


{{cite news | title = CIA May Have Tested Biological Warfare in New York in '50s, Church Says | url = https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1979/12/04/cia-may-have-tested-biological-warfare-in-new-york-in-50s-church-says/0872f274-58c6-4184-bde3-50d1ecef0573/ | work = Washington Post | date = December 4, 1979 | accessdate = February 17, 2017 }}