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"Thats why the coroners always report these as heart attacks, there is no poison that shows up."
Black Ops Operative Chip Tatum Interview
"We use that to drug a target, we can put them under our complete power... they'll do whatever we ask them to do and when the drug wears off they won't remember anything that went on. Used quite extensively... We've used it for years in the CIA but now it's out in the general populace"
Black Ops Operative Chip Tatum Interview
CHIP TATUM: Yes. We don't, you know - when we neutralize, we use, quote, "compound poisons" and so forth that imitate heart attacks and don't show up. You know, neutralizations and assassinations aren't blatant. Sometimes they are. Sometimes we'll use a South African to kill the Sweden leader, or something like that.
TED GUNDERSON: Well, if somebody - if anybody knows too much about any one item, they do a nice job of assassinating him or they kill him - they die of a heart attack, or they're Arkancided, otherwise known as suicided, or they die in a plane crash.
TED GUNDERSON: Do they teach these Customs agents to kill people like they do the CIA agents?
CHIP TATUM: You know, all it takes is a binary poison. On a binary poison, you give the first section of the compound to the target, and then, within three weeks, you can hit him with the second part, so it never shows up as a poison, but it does give him a heart attack and all the symptoms of a heart attack, and it is a heart attack. However, you don’t – an autopsy doesn’t reveal a poison, it just reveals a compound that’s normally found in the body.
1997 Transcript of 12 hours of radio
Former CIA employee Mary Embree discusses the infamous heart attack gun. The weapon was first made public during the Church Committee hearings in 1975. Very lethal & untraceable, using this weapon a murder is made to look natural. No doubt the CIA has been using this weapon and has most likely improved upon it since the 70's. This clip is an excerpt from "Secrets of the CIA" 1998
Mr. Charles Senseney, a CIA weapon developer at Fort Detrick, Maryland, testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee in September 1975 where he described an umbrella poison dart gun he had made. He said it was always used in crowds with the umbrella open, firing through the webing so it would not attract attention. Since it was silent, no one in the crowd could hear it and the assassin merely would fold up the umbrella and saunter away with the crowd.
Video footage of the assassination of John F Kennedy shows this umbrella gun being used in Dealey Plaza. Video evidence of the events of November 22, 1963 shows that the first shot fired on the fateful day had always seemed to have had a paralytic effect on Kennedy.
His fists were clenched and his head, shoulders and arms seemed to stiffen. An autopsy revealed that there was a small entrance wound in his neck but no evidence of a bullet path through his neck and no bullet was ever recovered that matched that small size.
A former CIA agent disclosed that the darts were made of a frozen form of the liquid poison. She disclosed that the dart would melt within the target and would only leave a very tiny red dot at the entry point – the same type of small entrance wound that was found during the autopsy of John F Kennedy.
For over 50 years assassinations have been carried out so skillfully as to leave the impression that the victims died from natural causes. Details of some of the techniques used to achieve this were brought to light in 1961 when professional KGB assassin Bogdan Stashinskiy defected to the West and revealed that he had successfully performed two such missions.
In 1957 he killed Ukrainian emigré writer Lev Rebet in Munich with a poison vapor gun which left the victim dead of an apparent heart attack. In 1959, the same type of weapon was used on Ukrainian emigré leader Stepan Bandera, although Bandera’s death was never fully accepted as having been from natural causes.
CIA Targeted Assassinations by Induced Heart Attack and Cancer
Some of the wildest theories about the Kennedy assassination center around The Umbrella Man -- a figure in Dealey Plaza holding an open umbrella in spite of the fact that no rain was falling. The House Select Committee located the man -- a fellow named Louis Witt -- who was engaging in a rather arcane form of political protest. The umbrella was a symbol of the policy of appeasement toward Hitler in the 1930s -- a policy Kennedy's father had supported as U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain.
But conspiracists obviously feel the man must somehow be implicated in the assassination. Many conspiracists believe that The Umbrella Man was a signaler of some kind, apparently believing that the conspirators couldn't afford a more sophisticated means of communication. But an even further-out theory was developed by Robert Cutler. Cutler believed that the umbrella contained a poison dart gun used by The Umbrella Man to shoot Kennedy and paralyze him. This supposedly made Kennedy a "sitting duck" for the head shot.
According to Prouty:
"It was not long before the weapon system was under top secret control and was being worked on by some of the military specialists at Fort Detrick. I heard about the development of the weapon many times later, but I did not see it again until it was exhibited at the Church Committee hearings. Shortly after that, when I saw Cutler's first "Umbrella Man" book (The Umbrella Man: Evidence of Conspiracy), published in October 1975 and describing an "air-rifle" type umbrella weapon, I wrote to him to explain that I thought it much more likely that The Umbrella Man had used the rocket flechette I had seen demonstrated."
The Flechette-Shooting Umbrella JFK Theory
originally posted by: Telepathy3
a reply to: schuyler
Who was Andrew cause I just saw that a little while ago but didn't read it, was he a researcher or something.