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Narcotráfico, Irã Contras, Clínton, crimes internacionais, e EUA


“”‘Esse artigo abaixo foi rejeitado pelo Washington Post mas pode ser encontrado na internet:

By Sally Denton and Roger Morris

veja também aqui:
Mazur: Deeper Into The Clintons’ CIA Drug Nexus
Sunday, 8 July 2007, 11:59 am
Article: Suzan Mazur

Roger Morris Interview: Deeper Into Clintons & CIA Drug Nexus

Há a confissão pública de Oliver North também.
O escândalo Irã-Contra é apenas a ponta do iceberg.

Eis aí porque os EUA não combaterão o narcotráfico na América Latina nem alhures.

 Clinton – Menas, Arkansas

“On October 5, 1986 in Nicaragua, a CK123 Cargo plane, with weapons and CIA employees on board crashed.
This was the beginning of what links what I am about to tell you together. This was the start of the Iran-Contra affair. It was proven that the weapons were supplied by the CIA and destined for the Nicaraguan Contras in of the Congressional Poland amendments. Special prosecutor Lawrence Walsh spent six years determining who in the Reagan administration was involved in the operation. Among those that were involved in this operation were George Bush, Oliver North, Dewey Clarridge, John Pointdexter and Caspar Weinberger.

However, lets go to Mena, Arkansas during this time. The training of pilots and loading of weapons and drugs was taking place. Who was the governor of Arkansas at the time and why is is that Kenneth Starr would not touch this area. That governor at the time is now our President.

In July 1994, in the Arkansas Crime Inc. paper, an editorial linked Clinton to Iran-Contra. In October, 1994 Clinton denied any knowledge of the operation at Mena. Shortly afterwards evidence started to surface that documented Clinton’s link to Iran-Contra. People began coming forward and alleging under sworn statements that that Clinton profited from the operation at Mena by laundering money through the newly created Arkansas Development Finance Authority. That was just the tip of the iceberg regarding what was really going on at Mena. A larger number of people testified under oath that the airplanes returning from Central America were loaded with cocaine, which was then dropped over Arkansas for distribution to larger U.S. cities.