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CIA plane crash lands with four tons of coke
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27249705:MV8yMDY1ODYzXzM0NzYwMzg2XzE2RTI5MTY4] [quote:Anonymous Coward 27901460:MV8yMDY1ODYzXzM0NzU3ODIyXzNENDIxMDcz] I think Americans are smart enough to realize that one of the biggest drug dealers in the world is the United States government (and its military counterpart). This has been going on for a very long time. There is a reason its called the Drug "Enforcement" Agency. What's funny are the campaigns that make emphatically benign suggestions like "If you by a quarter oz. of marijuana from your buddy you are contributing to global terrorism". They then flash pictures of Middle East munition stashes and Afghani poppy farmers. The truth is if you are an American and you pay taxes to the United States government, you are supporting global terrorism. It may not be pretty, but it is a fact. What so many of these government officials have failed to realize is that we are watching from a place they are unaware of. A place that allows us to record their every move. Until that moment they will remain blissfully unaware. Until that moment they will think they have succeeded in avoiding detection and capture. Until that moment they will continue to exercise their free will. That moment soon approaches. [/quote] [quote:Anonymous Coward 28709785:MV8yMDY1ODYzXzM0NzU5MjExXzYyMkVFMEVG] [quote:Anonymous Coward 9094168:MV8yMDY1ODYzXzM0NzU4NTMwXzlBRUNDMzFC] didnt that happen in the 70`s too ?? just asking if i am remembering correctly.. [/quote] yeah it happened a few times by now. Here, Wikipedia even got an own article on the CIA drug trafficking: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allegations_of_CIA_drug_trafficking [/quote] Indeed all their'hidden' deeds are woefully recorded in CRIMSON detail, the blood has stained their faces, not just their hands Their games continue and this is one of several jets crashing with "tons of cocaine..." At least three I can recall readily The protection the poppies in Afghanistan for decades by our forces and on the other side, the Russians still is recorded by word and pHoTo...the truth being poppies are ILLEGAL the world over 'once scored' makes it overly obvious, most citizens are blissfully unaware of the real corrupt at the very HEIGHTS Lightning has struck..And its work shall be done, by HooK of by CrooK [/quote]
Seventeen months after an American-registered DC9 airliner was busted with 5.5 tons of cocaine, a major international scandal is brewing over a second drug trafficking incident in Mexico’s Yucatan involving an American-registered jet owned by a dummy front company of the kind usually associated with the CIA.
A weekend visit to “Donna Blue Aircraft Inc” of Coconut Beach FL., the company which FAA records show owned the Gulfstream II business jet (N987SA) which crash-landed with 3.7 tons of cocaine aboard in Mexico’s Yucatan two weeks ago, has revealed that the company’s listed address is an empty office suite with a blank sign out front.
There was no sign of Donna Blue Aircraft, Inc., at the address listed at the Florida Dept. of Corporations, 4811 Lyons Technology Parkway #8 in Coconut Beach FL. …….
However, there were, oddly enough, a half-dozen unmarked police cars parked directly in front of the empty suite.
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