5.POISON EXPERIMENTS IN NORTH KOREAN PRISON
While the North Korean claims time to time again that they have always humanly treated their prisoner and they have never gone against any of their human rights. While no one has many reports or any solid evidence but a former prisoner in North Korea came forward and told the world what actually happens back there in the cells.
She claims to have witnessed that either it was for research or just plain torture, but around fifty women were forced to eat cabbage leaves. Those leaves were poisoned and women could not refuse to take them as their lives and those of their families were at stake. The poison was so strong that all of them were dead within 20 minutes after squirming in extreme pain.
4.GAS CHAMBER TRIALS ON PRISONERS
Another case from North Korean prison cells came forth when one of the former prisoners described that there are well equipped laboratories for special trials. Several torturing tools and poisonous gasses were installed in there and victims were healthy people who belonged to the same family.
He further described the account of one such family who were subjected to one of the poison gas experiments. The chamber was sealed after which a poison gas or suffocation gas was released in considerable quantity. Researchers observed the results while the family suffocated to their deaths. The worst part of the entire ordeal was that the parents kept trying to resuscitate their kids as long as they could breathe themselves.
3.JAPANESE ARMY UNIT 731 EXPERIMENTS ON POWS
The Japanese Army was strong and cruel in World War II, not only on the battlefield but inside their prisons and research labs as well. Commander Shiro Ishii and his Unit 731 were in charge of all these heinous experiments which were regularly performed on prisoners of war.
The unit had 2 prisons under their command inside which limbs of some of the prisoners were amputated, reattached somewhere else. Other experiments included testing explosives and weapons on the prisoners for studying the effects. Vivisection was on the top of the list in terms of cruelty but frostbite, Syphilis and some other experiments were also included in their daily schedule. It is estimated that almost 12,000 prisoners died as a direct result of these experiments which makes them one of the evilest on this list.
2.INFECTING PUERTO RICO WITH CANCER
If you look up the names of researchers who have contributed to the fight against cancer, you will come across the Cornelis P. Rhoads, a doctor who was responsible for conducting one of the most horrible experiments in history. One of the really unfortunate things was that he was never held accountable for whatever he did. This research was conducted by the sponsorship of Rockefeller Foundation and they had nearly 200 patients in the hospital.
The Puerto Ricans were said to be strong and with high resistance but Rhoads kept injecting the cancer cells randomly even going so far to say that the Puerto Ricans were some of the dirtiest and degenerate race of men on the planet. Cells worked but not as sufficiently and effectively as he expected. By the end of his experiments, almost 20 people had died and no cure was ever found. The irony is that he was also appointed as the vice-president of the American Cancer Society a few years down the road.
1.THE MKULTRA MIND CONTROL PROJECT
One of the most interesting experiments on this list is the MKULTRA mind control project which was actually carried out by the CIA and no, this was not taken from the plot of an action movie. We know that in such situations, uncountable experiments have been performed all over the world to gain knowledge and find clues. This leads to an ecstatic approach in mainly two ways. First, the researchers defy to fall within limitations and second, is the actual use of drugs in order to investigate the results.
Under this experiment, the CIA worked on several chemicals to hypnotize and interrogate their victims. The crazy part is that some of their own employees were subjected to these along with some prisoners, criminals, and other random people from the public. This was against the Nuremberg Code which the U.S had agreed upon.