Saturday, December 15, 2007

CIA drug planes caught in Mexican stand-off

Here's a story that the mainstream media seem to be studiously ignoring:

"At least four men have already paid with their lives in Mexico during the ensuing confusion which followed the crash of the CIA-connected Gulfstream business jet which was carrying more than 4 tons of cocaine as well as an yet-unspecified amount of heroin, in the jungle outside of Merida in Mexico's Yucatan on September 24th of this year."


"The two CIA drug planes caught in Mexico recently both exhibit the classic hallmark of a CIA job. The plane's ownership, as shown in FAA reg docs, leads the unwary directly into a dizzying hall of mirrors, designed to disorient the observer, and effectively mask the number of missions CIA aircraft are flying everyday [sic]."

CIA Torture Jet wrecks with 4 Tons of Cocaine

Former DEA South America Chief: "The Federal Government is Almost Totally Corrupt ... and Puts Up a Façade of Enforcing the Law"

New Document Provides Further Evidence That Owner of Crashed Cocaine Jet Was a U.S. Government Operative

Plane that crashed in Yucatan with 3.2 tons of cocaine was CIA rendition aircraft

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Blogger Nora said...

And ignoring on Sky News on this side of the pond too! I've seen no reference to it at all, despite having been unwell and having seen more News bulletins than usual.

10:59 PM  

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