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CIA plane crash lands with four tons of coke
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 801546:MV8yMDY1ODYzXzM0NzY1MTE3Xzg0N0QzRUVC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 16457740:MV8yMDY1ODYzXzM0NzY0NTk1XzFEMUYxQTc2] Most bigger dealers get their coke straight from the CIA! Wonder what the backlash is gonna be for losing 4 tons of bambam [/quote] I wouldn't really agree with that. It wouldn't make sense. I'd assume that there are MAYBE, MAYBE a few handlers who work as middle men, between the CIA and the people at the highest levels of narcotics distribution. Even then, the people who you "think" are real high up, aren't anything. I'd estimate that very , very, VERY few people in the narcotics rings ever get to meet a handler for this. The CIA is very careful about how they operate. I doubt very much any official CIA agent, no matter how high up, deals directly with anyone who deals in narcotics. There would be special handlers that act as go betweens, and often times I've sure the people on the narcotics end don't have no clue the handlers are in cahoots with the CIA. I'm just saying this, because I don't want anyone to assume that even if this plane that crashed DOES get tracked back to the CIA, that the CIA will actually be held accountable. They are so well organized, and so careful with how they operate, that the WORST case scenario would be a few "handlers" go down. MAYBE one or two "rogue" CIA agents.....as they will call them. That is it though. [/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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