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Did you know that American history is peppered with cases of human experimentation?

Could you in your wildest dreams imagine that it was happening through the mid-1970s? That is in most of our lifetimes!

I wish I could tell you that it's a load of crap, but the fact is...it's true. Supported by dozens of declassified documents and publications, horrible human testing can be corroborated throughout our history. Conspiracy Fact: Human Experimentation in the United States introduces you to a number of appalling cases involving the most vulnerable members of society.

The book documents a handful of cases taking place between the 1840s and 1970s. That's right, for over a century, these atrocities were regularly happening. This is just the tip of the iceberg.

You will discover the names of doctors who performed tests on United States citizens without their knowledge or consent. You will hear about cases of the poor, minorities, pregnant women, and infants - even military personnel were not safe from their probes and needles. That's not all; there's an addendum and a wealth of sources where the information was found.

This is the first book in a series called Conspiracy Facts Declassified that will take an in-depth look at our world and attempt to decode fact from fiction.

©2015 Ava Fails (P)2015 Ava Fails

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Too much speculation

It would have been better if it stuck with the historical facts and didn’t try to use them to try (and fail) to support current conspiracy theory. The facts are interesting. The rest is annoying.

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