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Special Report of the Sub-Committee on the Free Flow of Information and People

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Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture

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Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture

University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois Thereafter, the undersigned travelled to Illinois to investigate the so-called Krebiozen controversy, and on July 2, 1953, wrote a report on his findings which is attached hereto and marked "Exhibit A. Perhaps the converse is true. We are, notwithstanding, living in an era of hysteria.

Those powers not specifically conferred upon the Federal Government and denied to the States, are reserved either to the States or to the people. The "Fitzgerald Report" was submitted into the Congressional Record Appendix August 3, 1953.