2014 – I published my mother’s story
2016 – I publicly identified as MK Ultra Girl
2018 – MK Ultra Girl & Montreal Experiments cases go viral

2019 – Montreal Experiments Class Action formed (parents)
2022 – St. Thomas Class Action formed (sister)
NOW – TBMC on children Class needs to form

Although there are 2 Class Action lawsuits underway for victims of the Montreal Experiments and St. Thomas Psychiatric, there is none yet for children victims of these experiments that fall under the umbrella term, “MK Ultra”.

Understanding the soul shattering experience of being a non consensual medical guinea pig starts with bringing justice against the state for allowing, condoning and covering up torture of innocent adults and children carried on in clinical settings under supervision of professional doctors and psychiatrists.

The paranormal genre seem to be the only one interested in exploring the crimes and outcomes for the victims of these experiments. The narratives of the alternative and mainstream medias stall at relegating these declassified torture treatments as part of a dark past, whilst evidence abounds that outcomes of these experiments are used to collectively attempt to mind control an entire populace.

My name is Ellen Atkin and I am the only member of my natal family to have survived reasonably intact from these experiments. My younger brother died when he was 19. The cult, as I term it, intensely targeted my natal family. Both my deceased mother and father were patients of the notorious Dr. Ewen Cameron at the notorious Allan Memorial Institute at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. The Montreal Experiments Class Action seeks to address the wrongs done to them over 60 years ago.

My sister was drugged, electroshocked and psychologically tortured beginning at 16 years old for displaying minor bipolar symptoms. She does not have capacity to represent herself after 45 years of medical and familial malfeasance. I am fighting with her, on her behalf, in the St. Thomas Psychiatric Class Action.

In 2015, a few years into my quest for truth and justice about the nightmare I tried to leave behind me, I found an image on the web of a young girl meta tagged MK Ultra Girl. This image was the poster icon used to represent trauma based mind control on children. I instantly recognized myself. Now 7 years into this ordeal, I am setting out to prove once and for all that I am the image of the girl in the photo.

I have obtained a quote from an Expert Witness Consulting Service who have looked at the case and stated that yes, it is possible to do the comparison. The total cost of the comparison (estimated at about 10 hrs work) is $4,500 Canadian dollars. This service includes a 2nd independent verification check. This company works with the DOD and the intelligence community. They are completely credible.

I am not the only adult survivor of childhood trauma based mind control torture whose image as a young child undergoing medical experimentation is found as stock imagery on the web. There are countless other surviving victims that have contacted me over the years. None have received any justice or healing.

It is my intention to use the evidence of the biometric facial scan to form the final class action for myself and my family, thus opening up the avenues for humanity to stand up for itself and put down the evil that seeks to replace the one true God with a manufactured version controlled by the same psychopaths who did this to my family.


I also invite anyone else who believes they are the living person in the MK Ultra Girl photo to participate in the biometric facial scan analysis.

Thank you for your time and consideration in helping me meet this goal.

MK ultra girl family class action lawsuits

Montreal Experiments

Consumer Law Group in Montreal Quebec, Canada is representing this case for – “All persons who underwent depatterning treatment at the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal, Quebec, between 1948 and 1964 using Donald Ewan Cameron’s methods (the “Montreal Experiments”) and their successors, assigns, family members, and dependents or any other group to be determined by the Court.

St. Thomas Psychiatric​

Rochon Genova LLP has commenced a proposed class action against the Ontario government and the former medical and unit directors of the former St. Thomas Psychiatric Hospital (“St. Thomas”) relating to their alleged systemic abuses of involuntary patients between the years 1976 and 1988.

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