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What is HEPA -“Human Experiment Procurement Agent?”

HEPA – Human Experiment Procurement Agent

by Cess Ssec on Sunday, October 9, 2011 at 12:55am

HEPA – Human Experiment Procurement Agent:         An individual or group of individuals that might be assigned, commissioned, employed or contracted by the medical research industry and or academia to procure “HUMAN TEST SUBJECTS” (for various experiments, studies or the trialling of new vaccines or other drugs.)

The definition was created to identify the actual role of those individuals who partake in the process of acquiring human test subjects (often children) for the medical research industry.Previously, the role of an individual assigned or commissioned to this position has seldom been acknowledged to exist.

The definition for the “Human Experiment Procurement Agent” was created by Canadian and American social service crime researchers Nicolas Stathopoulos and Felicita Luna in October 2011 for [SSEC] Social Service Economic Crimes (research)

[SSEC] Social Service Economic Crimes (research)

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Prime Time – Television Broadcast on: 6 October 2011 (Video is 33:15 minutes in length)

In a full-length film, Prime Time’s Katie Hannon reveals details of how children from mother and baby homes were used as test subjects by pharmaceutical companies who were trialling new vaccines.


Examples in chronological format of  HEPA – Human Experiment Procurement Agents at work:

Vaccines and Medical Experiments on Children, Minorities, Woman and Inmates (1845 – 2007)

2 responses to “What is HEPA -“Human Experiment Procurement Agent?”

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  2. Eire-interesting, because 1994, there was an agent trying to procure super intelligent children for ELECTRIC SHOCK THERAPY under the guise of burning out all memories of abuse, which same social worker claimed never happened. The child was to be removed until 18, no family contact.
    This is making total sense now.

    Thank you so much.

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