Heart attack

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Heart attacks, like cancer, due affect young people, although they more commonly affect the elderly. Both can be artificially induced (as was revealed by CIA testimony to the HSCA, and so caution is recommended when this death cause removes people of deep political relevance.

As an assassination tool

The chairman Frank Church of the HSCA holds a CIA poison dart gun that could give the target a heart attack.

Allan Francovich, at the age of 56, reportedly died of a heart attack after being called aside by US officials, while going through US customs at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas on April 17, 1997. Its remarkable timing raises the clear possibility that it was not so simple. Testimony to the HSCA in 1975 contains reference to a heart attack gun developed by the CIA to shoot shellfish toxin into a victim, inducing a heart attack.[1]

Heart attacks before HSCA testimony

Some witnesses expected to testify to the HSCA (for example the CIA's Deputy Director for Plans, Thomas Karamessines‎) could not do so because of fatal heart attacks.

Young victims

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The younger the victim, the more suspect the attribution of a "heart attack" as death cause.

 

Heart attack victims on Wikispooks

TitleDescription
Crispin Aubrey
Juan Almeida Bosque
Richard Calder
Andrew Cohen
Emilio Collado
Brian Cubbon
Tony Cuesta
Avi Davis
Heinrich Deist
Otmar Emminger
Bernard Fensterwald
John Taylor GattoProbably the most famous teacher in USA, who became an unschooling activist, having turned up irrefutable proof that the forced schooling system was never intended to benefit children, but quite the reverse.
Marshall GreenUS coup master
Eugenio Henke
George Perkins JrUS diplomat who went to the first Bilderberg.
Seth Kantor
Maxwell Knight
Jim Marrs
C. Wright MillsA sociologist who helped expose the US Ruling class
Cecil Rhodes
Sherman Skolnick
Oswald Spengler
Shepard StoneBilderberg Steering committee member who was Director of International Affairs of the Ford Foundation for 15 years.
James Theberge
Frank Wille
Steve Wilson
Robert Winters


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