CIA Drug Trafficking Whistleblower Spreadsheet

  Gary Webb was the one who broke the story about the CIA being responsible for the US crack epidemic in the 1980's. He published a series of articles called the Dark Alliance in 1996 that went viral. It created an uproar in south Central LA which had been devastated by the crack epidemic. November 15th 1996 CIA Director John Deutch held a public meeting in LA to do damage control and appease public outrage.

Former LAPD officer Mike Ruppert stepped up to the mic and confirmed everything Gary Webb said. Mike Ruppert said as a former LAPD officer I can tell you that the Agency has been dealing drugs in this country for years. They tried recruiting me and I was chased out of the LAPD for saying no. Like Gary Webb, Mike Ruppert was attacked bitterly by the CIA who also died of a suspicious suicide.

Former DEA Agent Cele Castillo also confirmed that Gary Webb was right. Cele discovered that the CIA was bringing cocaine into the United States from El Salvador during Iran Contra. Cele Castillo was also targeted and was imprisoned for selling guns at a gun show without the correct permit. Something that everyone else does all the time.

Judge Bonner who was the former head of the DEA complained about the CIA bringing a ton of cocaine into Florida which hit the streets. The CIA kept denying it repeatedly until he went on 60 Minutes and documented everything. At that point they finally admitted it but said it was a mistake. Years later when the CIA was caught bringing 24 tons of cocaine into Florida on a US Air force jet from Costa Rica, the didn't deny it. They simply said they were bringing it to the US to destroy it.

Mike Ruppert  is a former LAPD officer that stood up at the public meeting about the CIAs drug trafficking in LA and confirmed the Agency's involved in drug trafficking. He cited three operations including Operation Watch Tower

In Watch Tower a corridor was created originally for the same purpose it was used later on in the Iran-Contra - to provide a safe corridor for the shipping north of narcotics and the shipping south of weapons pursuant to authorized narcotics and weapons transaction.

Al Martin is of the opinion that the deal had to have had the approval of the then Panama dictator General Omar Trujillo who was paid in a Swiss bank account every month. Later Trujillo complained he wasn't getting paid enough and was assassinated and replaced by Noriega. 

Colonel Edward P. Cutolo testified that in Operation Watchtower there were a series of three electronic beacon towers beginning outside of Bogata, Columbia, and running northeast to the border of Panama." With the beacons in place and activated, aircraft could fix on their signal and fly undetected from Bogata to Panama, landing at Albrook Air Station.

Cutolo testified that the cargo flown from Colombia into Panama was cocaine. Cutolo claimed during the Feb., 1976, Watch Tower Mission, 30 high performance aircraft landed safely at Albrook Air Station where the planes were met by Col. Tony Noriega, a Panama Defense Force Officer assigned to the Customs and Intelligence Section. Also present at most of the arrivals was CIA Agent Edwin Wilson.

  Christopher Simpson pointed out that the CIA has been paying for a signifignat amount of it's covert operations through drug trafficking ever since Vietnam and throughout Iran Contra.  War hero Bo Gritz discovered the CIA's drug trafficking in Vietnam first hand.  The CIA were the ones that created the Golden Triangle.

  Terry Reed's book Compromised confirms the Bush Clinton connection to CIA drug trafficking. The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity In The Global Drug Trade was written by Alfred W. McCoy as part of his PHD thesis at Yale. The book mentions how the 1980 collapse of the Nugan Hand bank in Australia was tied to CIA drug trafficking and money laundering just like the BCCI was. The CIA trafficking drugs is not a conspiracy theory. It is a longstanding tradition. Just look at Afghanistan.

Major Charles McKee, of the US Defense Intelligence Agency died on Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, on Dec. 21, 1988. He was a whistleblower on the way home to testify about the CIA's drug trafficking in Lebanon. Gaddafi had no motive to kill him and prevent him from testifying. The CIA did.

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