posted on Jan, 10 2005 @ 02:41 PM
In recent news stories it has been released that the US is utilizing a "private" Gulfstream V to ferry terrorism suspects to 'torture friendly'
countries in a process known as "rendition." Serious efforts to uncover the identity of the owner of the craft have yielded telltale signs of a
high-level cover up. With many contending that the 'war on terror' is a front for massive black-ops spending, it seems that this jet provides some
of the first proof. In addition, it could be possible that other transactions linked to similar 'straw' companies might yield further insight into
the US's black-ops worldwide.
According to federal records, Bayard Foreign Marketing is the newest owner of a U.S.-registered Gulfstream V executive jet reportedly used since
Sept. 11, 2001, to transport suspected Al Qaeda operatives to countries such as Egypt and Syria, where some of them claim to have later been
The Central Intelligence Agency has declined to discuss the plane. But one retired CIA officer said that he understood the Gulfstream had been
operated by the Joint Special Operations Command, an interagency unit that organizes counterterrorist operations in conjunction with the CIA and
military special forces.
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Wonder where the black budgets are going? Well, here's a clue. This is likely only one of many 'war on terror' black projects that are underway
currently in the US. Fortunately, spotters have their eye on this plane so, to some extent, the op is blown. Does anyone out there have evidence of
other questionable black ops that are underway as part of the 'war on terror'? Please don't say 9/11...I want to hear about new and more
interesting stuff like this.
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[edit on 10-1-2005 by Banshee]