The story so far:
Month after month, the drugging went on. The fact that L.S.D. was being put into the milk was kept a closely guarded secret contributed to the mystery and terror that gripped Detroit. Few people in Detroit knew what was happening to them. The ones who knew simply quit drinking milk, and they had a good chance of survival. The ones who didn't suspect that their milk was poisoned continued to drink it, and they suffered miserably. Some of the people who drank the L.S.D.-laced milk went insane and killed their friends and neighbors, some killed their co-workers. Some killed themselves.
In the schools where children drank milk that contained L.S.D., there were several incidents where the children were victimized by adults who came into the school. In some cases, local people came into the school, and they tortured and killed the children they found there. Some of the children were sexually assaulted. Some of the adults who perpetrated these crimes against the children were under the influence of L.S.D., and were not fully aware of what they were doing. In some cases, the spies from Washington D.C. came into schools, and raped girls that they found there.
There was a nuclear power plant in the city of Monroe, a few miles south of Detroit. When the workers there drank L.S.D.-laced milk, they became intoxicated, and could not run the plant properly. The plant malfunctioned and nearly released radiation over a wide area. A race riot started in Detroit in 1967. While the effect of MK-ULTRA certainly contributed to the riot, it was officially written up in the newspapers as a race riot, a result of poor race relations, L.S.D. was never mentioned.
MK-ULTRA finally came to an end in Detroit in 1970. The spies who had the job of putting L.S.D. into the milk had become unreliable. In some cases, the spies accidentally ingested L.S.D. themselves, and became intoxicated. This usually happened when they went into a restaurant and ordered coffee. If they ordered the coffee with cream and sugar, the cream that was put into their coffee contained L.S.D., and that caused the spies to get intoxicated. In their intoxicated state, they were unable to perform their duties and were dismissed. In some instances, they lost the suitcases that contained their supplies of L.S.D. That was unforgiveable, since L.S.D. was expensive to procure. After the MK-ULTRA program was shut down in 1970, it had left a death toll of hundreds. Hundreds of people in Detroit had been killed as a result of MK-ULTRA, and thousands had been poisoned, most of them had been poisoned repeatedly. The government destroyed all their records of MK-ULTRA in the 1970's, and very little was said about it. They released a cover story that implied that the entire program was small, and only involved a very small number of people.