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Was a Spy Umbrella Dart Gun Used to Help Kill JFK?

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English: Dealey Plaza and the Texas School Boo...

English: Dealey Plaza and the Texas School Book Depository, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., in November 1969, site of the assassination of John F. Kennedy on 22 November 1963, its appearance little changed in the intervening six years. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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.

A picture showing the secret agent Clinton Hil...

A picture showing the secret agent Clinton Hill nestling against the fastback of the presidential limousine (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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.

English: Aerial map of Dealey Plaza in Dallas,...

English: Aerial map of Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas, showing the route of President John F. Kennedy’s motorcade on November 22, 1963. The red X’s indicate his locations when he was shot. The blue dots indicate the locations of amateur filmmakers who filmed the assassination. Adapted from Warren Commission Exhibits 359 and 876, published in the public domain in 1964. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Charles Senseney testified that his Special Operations Division at Fort Detrick had received assignments from the CIA to develop exotic weaponry. One of the weapons was a hand-held dart gun that could shoot a poison dart into a guard dog to put it out of action for several hours. The dart and the poison left no trace so that examination would not reveal that the dogs had been put out of action. The CIA ordered about 50 of these weapons and used them operationally.

Senseney said that the darts could have been used to kill human beings and he could not rule out the possibility that this had been done by the CIA.A special type of poison developed for the CIA induces a heart attack and leaves no trace of any external influence unless an autopsy is conducted to check for this particular poison. The CIA revealed this poison in various accounts in the early 1970s. The CIA even revealed the weapon that fired those darts that induces a heart attack at a congressional hearing.

http://globalresearch.ca/cia-targeted-assassinations-by-induced-heart-attack-and-cancer/5326382

Notice in the yellow highlighted area where “Mr. George Bush of the Central Intelligence Agency” is mentioned. Despite the heading at the top of this image, the Bay of Pigs was just a false cover story covering up the real reason for the assassination.

Side Note: Witnesses Kept Coming Up Dead or Discredited

Right after the shooting eyewitnesses saw Oswald (Harvey) on a bus, while Dallas Deputy Sheriff observed him (Lee) getting into a Dodge Rambler on Elm Street in Dealey Plaza.

Sheriff Roger Craig was unwavering in his testimony that he saw Oswald get in a Rambler on Elm Street after the shooting. He died the victim of a gunshot wound. Albert Bogard was a car salesman who accompanied [Lee] Oswald on a test drive of a new Mercury Comet, but [Harvey] Oswald’s wife Marina and her house host Ruth Paine testified that Oswald could not drive and was somewhere else that day. Bogard was found dead in his car from carbon monoxide delivered from a hose attached to his exhaust pipe. When asked about all the deaths occurring in witnesses to the assassination, Jim Garrison replied, “All I know is that witnesses with vital information in the case are bad insurance risks.”)

I began my study of the Kennedy assassination in 1967, 46 years ago, after reading Six Seconds in Dallas: a micro-study of the Kennedy assassination by Josiah Thompson. I also have had the unique experience of personally knowing the two doctors who figure most importantly in the case. They are President Kennedy’s physician, Admiral George Burkley, and the Texas surgeon who performed a tracheotomy on Kennedy after he was shot, Dr. Malcolm Perry.

…When Kennedy was shot he was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital. Dr. Tom Shires was the Chief of Surgery there, but he was 300 miles away in Galveston at a surgery meeting. He immediately flew back to Dallas and operated on Governor Connally. Two days later he and Dr. Perry operated on Oswald after he was shot, but they were unable to save him because the bullet Jack Ruby shot into Oswald’s abdomen tore his aorta and vena cava, and he bled to death on the operating table.

Dr. Shires moved to Seattle in 1974 to be the Chair of Surgery at the University of Washington, and he brought several Parkland surgeons with him, which included Dr. Perry and Dr. Jim Carrico. Dr. Carrico was the first doctor to see Kennedy when he was brought to the hospital.  He inserted a tube through Kennedy’s mouth into his trachea to supply oxygen to his lungs. When that didn’t work very well Dr. Perry performed a tracheotomy.

I was the last UW faculty surgeon that Dr. Shires hired before he moved on to Cornell in 1975.  Dr. Perry joined Dr. Shires at Cornell in 1978.  Dr. Carrico stayed on and became Chair of the UW’s Department of Surgery in 1983, holding that position until 1990.

Dr. Perry was the first physician to speak publicly about the President’s injuries in a televised news conference an hour after his death. A newsman asked him, “Where was the entrance wound?”  Dr. Perry informed the American public and the world that “There was an entrance wound in the neck…It [the bullet] appeared to be coming at him…,” which he repeated two more times at the news conference.

This did not sit well with the Warren Commission. The bullet hole in Kennedy’s neck had to be an exit wound for Oswald to be the assassin. Presented with its single bullet theory when testifying before the Commission several months later, Dr. Perry obligingly changed his view of the matter and said that the bullet wound he observed in the neck “certainly would be consistent with an exit wound.”

Dr. Burkley filled out Kennedy’s Death Certificate. In the “Summary of Facts Relating to Death,” he states, “A second wound occurred in the posterior back at about the level of the third thoracic vertebra.” The 3rd thoracic vertebra is 5 ½ inches below the neck.

This also did not sit well with the Warren Commission. The bullet wound in JFK’s back had to be at a much higher location in order for it to exit through his neck, particularly when shot from the sixth floor of a building behind him.  The Warren Commission handled this by completely ignoring Kennedy’s Death Certificate and not having Dr. Burkley testify. The Death Certificate is not in the Warren Report or its 26 volumes of Hearings and Exhibits. In those 17,816-pages of Hearings and Exhibits, however, you will instead find things like a certificate of smallpox vaccination for Oswald’s daughter, June (Commission Exhibit 73A); Jack Ruby’s income tax returns (CE 713-719)—but not Oswald’s tax returns, said to be withheld for “national security;” and the condition of Marina Oswald’s teeth (CE 1403). One exhibit that I particularly like is a fragment of an aria from Tchaikovsky’s opera The Queen of Spades, which is Commission Exhibit 53.

Right after the assassination, Malcolm Kilduff, Acting White House Press Secretary, said  to reporters,  “Dr. Burkley told me, it is a simple matter… of a bullet right through the head.”  Asked, “Can you say where the bullet entered his head?” he replied, It is my understanding [from Dr. Burkley] that it entered in the temple, the right temple.”

Read the complete summary at http://www.lewrockwell.com/2013/11/donald-w-miller-jr-md/jfk-thought-control-and-thought-crimes/ 

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Written by voiceoftruthusa

November 18, 2013 at 5:02 am

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  1. Reblogged this on Karma's little spanker.

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    November 18, 2013 at 8:05 am


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