No one was spared. The CIA was an equal-opportunity abuser. The report details it as an "extensive testing and experimentation" program that included covert drug tests on unwitting citizens "at all social levels, high and low, native Americans and foreign."
SCIENCE CHANNEL: Top 5 Mad Scientists
The gory details will probably forever remain unknown. In 1973, all the MKULTRA files were supposed to have been destroyed. But, in a Hollywood-science-fiction-movie twist of fate, seven boxes of financial files were categorized differently, and so overlooked. Shortly thereafter, they were discovered during a routine Freedom of Information Act request and turned over to the public.
A few hardworking senators in various congressional committees and subcommittees set out to compile what they could. If you've got the time, the curiosity or the wherewithal to never trust your government ever again, then it's worth the full 173-page read - or at least a quick scan.
Need further conspiracy theory fodder? Look no further than the Science Channel. You can also read the reports on the USSR's Controlled Offensive Behavior (for the sake of simplicity, let's just call it mind control) and U.S. High-Altitude Test Experience (how and when the U.S. set off nuclear bombs in the atmosphere).