Above (hopefully) is an embedded video of Chris De Nicola, testifying on March 15, 1995 to the U.S Advisory Committee On Human Radiation Experiments.
The Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments was established in 1994 to investigate questions of the record of the United States government with respect to human radiation experiments. The special committee was created by President Bill Clinton in Executive Order 12891, issued January 15, 1994. 
Researchers in the United States had performed thousands of human radiation experiments, generally on people who were poor, sick, or powerless. The experiments included a wide array of studies, involving things like feeding radioactive food to mentally disabled children or conscientious objectors, inserting radium rods into the noses of schoolchildren, deliberately releasing radioactive chemicals over U.S. and Canadian cities, measuring the health effects of radioactive fallout from nuclear bomb tests, injecting pregnant women and babies with radioactive chemicals, and irradiating the testicles of prison inmates, amongst other things. 
Although the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments was mainly concerned with radiation, they permitted Valerie Wolf, a clinical social worker, and her patients to testify because several doctors who had administered mind-control experiments had also been identified by other Americans secretly exposed to radiation. Apparently there was a crossover. 
Branching off from the rumored Philadelphia Experiment of 1943 was reportedly something called the Montauk Project, a series of secret United States government projects conducted at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station on Montauk, Long Island for the purpose of developing psychological warfare techniques and exotic research including time travel. Preston Nichols is said to have suffered false memory syndrome but later regained the blanked memories of his role as chief technician for the Montauk Project after years of struggle. (Background: Our Friend, The Ether (Part 24), Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of November 21, 2013.)
False memory syndrome is a controversial condition where a person’s apparent memories are untrue to the extent that the person’s identity and relationships are affected. The person’s past, as remembered, is not his or her true past. In the preliminary pages of his privately published book, US Government Mind Control Experiments On Children, Jon Rappoport admits that some therapists do lead patients into making up memories. (They “recall” incredible things due to the therapist’s influence and not because these incidents actually happened.) “However, some are not all. The existence of some sham does not preclude the existence of real memories of real abuse.” Sometimes there really are “false memories” which cover-up what actually happened.
After years of struggle, Preston Nichols reportedly overcame false memories implanted into his mind and regained his true memories. The false memories apparently had been implanted as a way to help keep knowledge about certain U.S. government projects “top secret.” And so too did Al Bielek allegedly regain his true memories after years of struggle.
In January 1988, after seeing the movie “The Philadelphia Experiment”, Al Bielek’s memories started returning. Over time and through meetings with Preston Nichols, Duncan Cameron, and others, many more memories returned. (Duncan Cameron was Al Bielek’s real brother, and Al Bielek was really not Al Bielek but Ed Cameron.) Al Bielek (Ed Cameron) made the decision to go public with the information about his involvement at Montauk and the Philadelphia Experiment in 1989.  Al Bielek died in 2011. But between 1989 and his passing in 2011 he offered truly startling information dealing with events surrounding the alleged Philadelphia Experiment of 1943. In forthcoming installments of “Our Friend, The Ether”, I hope to carefully explain some of what Al Bielek had to say.
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 “Mind Control Experiments on Children”, by Jon Rappoport. http://www.newdawnmagazine.com/Articles/Mind%20Control%20Experiments%20on%20Children.html