Friday, June 17, 2011

New American Druglords

Exposing a global narcotics cartel that goes all the way back to the days of Iran Contra, and may provide some clues into 9/11.

The DC9 (N900SA), alert readers will recall, had been tricked out to impersonate a plane from the U.S. Dept of Homeland Security.

An official-looking Seal beside the door, with an image of a U.S. Federal Eagle in the center, read: SKYWAY AIRCRAFT. PROTECTION OF AMERICA'S SKIES."

It was so close to being identical to the seal of Homeland Security that even eagle-eyed planespotters around the country were fooled. And there was nary a peep from the U.S. Coast Guard (a DHW Agency), whose major Caribbean Basin Interdiction Facility was located right next door.

"We never could figure out how they could get away with that," one SkyWay employee told us. "They had the same seal on the fleet of Hummers, and local cops in Tampa pulled them over and made them take it off. But not the Coast Guard. Never."

Yet the DC9 sat on the tarmac at Clearwater-St. Petersburg International Airport less than one hundred yards from the U.S. Coast Guard’s major Caribbean air station, with no questions asked or interference from the Coast Guard.
According to Daniel Hopsicker, author of Barry and 'the Boys' : The CIA, the Mob and America's Secret History, and Wel­come to Ter­ror­land: Mohamed Atta and the 9/11 Cover-up in Florida, in May 2006, a DC-9 landed in the Yucatan, from St. Petersburg, carrying 5.5 tons of cocaine, and the company that owned the plane used an address that was the hangar, Huffman Aviation, which is the flight school that taught Mohammad Atta, and many of the other 9/11 hijackers to fly. Eighteen months later, Gulfstream II was busted with four tons. In and of itself, this may not mean much; however, if you consider the long and circuitous pathway that led up to this point, and that the number of connections would make a switchboard short-circuit, it very well may expose that there is much more to the 9/11 story than we're led to believe.

Three weeks after Mohammad Atta arrived to attend Huffman Aviation, the owner of the flight school was busted when the DEA found 43 pounds of heroin in his Lear jet on the  runway of Orlando executive airport, and this begins a  it gets even more suspicious. 

After 9/11, a company called Britannia Aviation, which was housed inside the same hangar, was awarded a five-year major government contract to run an airport facility in Lynchburg, Virginia, over an established company at the Lynchburg airport that was worth $4 million and had 50 people working for it. The people who ran Britannia Aviation had a bank account with less than $500, and didn't even have an FAA license required to run the facility.

The men without an FAA license told the Lynchburg City Council that they did have the credentials. They had a major contract with Dietrich Reinhardt's CIA proprietary airline, Caribe Air, whose past included having all its aircraft seized at Mena, Arkansas after government prosecutors accused the company of using its planes to transport cocaine worth billions of dollars into the U.S.  Moreover,  Reinhardt had also operated the now-defunct St. Lucia Airways, referred to as a CIA proprietary company in a Senate intelligence committee report whose planes are linked to the delivery of Hawk and TOW missiles to Tehran, Iran in 1985 and 1986 as part of the covert arms-for-hostages deal between the United States and Iran.

Some of Atta’s Ger­man asso­ciates in Florida were the sons and daugh­ters of promi­nent Ger­man industrialists, and the connections exposed suggest a strong Ger­man link to the hijacker milieu in Florida.

There are far too many intersecting names, places, dates and times to record here; however, if you want to know more, I suggest you listen to Daniel Hopsicker, himself. Very interesting interviews.


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