Heart Attack Pistol

This unclassified footage reportedly shows a modified Colt 1911 pistol that shoots a dart, filled with a special serum, that causes a heart attack when fired into the victim, leaving no trace, other than a red dot. That’s right, it can pierce through clothing without leaving signs of impact on the skin, and the serum dissolves without a trace. “The poison was frozen into some sort of dart and then it was shot at very high speed into the person. When it reached the person it would melt inside them, and there would be a tiny red dot on their body, which was hard to detect. There wouldn’t be a needle or anything like that left in the person,” said whistleblower Mary Embree. Continue reading for the unedited clip.

When asked by senator Frank Church if the pistol fires the dart, CIA director William Colby responded with: “Yes, it does, Mr Chairman, and a special one was developed which, potentially would be able to enter the target without perception…[there would be] no way of perceiving that the target was hit.”

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