mk-ultra-experiments

Medical Injustice at McGill University

Background: Allan Memorial Institute  Foreground: Donald Ewen Cameron

The Montreal University unfortunately has a troubling history of abuse and complicity towards people of colour and those with disabilities or mental illness. McGill was heavily involved in the MK ULTRA experiments, which involved brainwashing and psychological torture of patients. Additionally, Indigenous children were subject to abuse by professors in further experiments.

The survivors of these crimes have filed lawsuits in recent years again McGill, associated hospitals, and the Canadian Government. The main perpetrator, Dr. Ewan Cameron, worked for a team at the Allan Memorial Institute, where he carried out these experiments. Despite efforts from the Defendants, the lawsuits have not been dismissed, forcing McGill to confront its liability and involvement in this abuse.

During these experiments by Cameron, patients were drugged, left in sensory deprivation rooms, and forced to listen to recordings on loop.  Cameron, who was the first chair of the University’s psychiatry department, tried to legitimize his experiments and their methods.

If you or anyone you know has been the victim of sexual and/or physical abuse and is searching for legal rights and remedies, Slater Vecchio LLP is here to help. Please contact us for a free, private, confidential meeting.

Recent Stories
James Richards
James Richards
As a member of our class action practice group, I act for survivors harmed by institutional abuses in both class action and individual civil sexual assault claims. I believe that every harmed person deserves to be heard and advocated for.
Terms of Use | Privacy Statement