Minnesota: Police Caught Giving Suspects to Hospital for Involuntary Human Experiments with Date Rape Drug
Written by: John Vibes Published on: July 2, 2018
Minneapolis, MN – Last week, The Free Thought Project reported that cops were caught involuntarily injecting unruly suspects with the powerful sedative ketamine, which police classify as a date rape drug.
Since the initial story was made public, more details have emerged in the case, revealing a twisted study that has been going on for many years, researching the effects of different sedatives on patients, many times without their knowledge or consent.
This research has been taking place at Hennepin Healthcare, under the supervision of doctors and full knowledge and encouragement from the local police.
The Star Tribune interviewed numerous victims who were involuntarily enrolled in the study, and not made aware of the fact that they were drugged until afterward.
Representatives of Hennepin Healthcare have defended the study, insisting that sedating agitated people can save lives.
According to the hospital, the studies have been approved and do not require consent from the patients because they are “performed in emergency situations.”
“We’ve all seen agitated and confused people just die, and we’re certain we can prevent that. We want to do it the best way possible,” said Dr. James Miner, chief of emergency medicine at Hennepin Healthcare.