It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Opening up vital national security information to narco-terrorists.
June 16, 2016
In 2001 members of a group of Castroite spies in south Florida known as the Wasp Network were convicted of charges ranging from espionage to conspiracy to commit murder (of U.S. citizens). They were sentenced to terms ranging from 15 years to two life sentences. According to the FBI’s affidavit, the charges against these KGB-trained Communist spies included:
• Compiling the names, home addresses, and medical files of the U.S. Southern Command’s top officers and that of hundreds of officers stationed at Boca Chica Naval Station in Key West.
• Infiltrating the headquarters of the U.S. Southern Command.
This past April, on Obama’s orders, some of the U.S. Southern Command’s top officers gave an in-depth tour of the Southern Command’s most vital facilities to some of Cuba’s top Military and Intelligence officials—probably to some of the very ones who earlier got this vital information from their WASP charges via “encrypted software, high-frequency radio transmissions and coded electronic phone messages," as the FBI affidavit showed.
If this sounds impossible or like the plot for the next Austin Powers Movie, here’s the story from The Miami Herald.
And never mind the convicted Cuban spies, some of whom helped murder four U.S. citizens. They’re all living like celebrities in Cuba now after Obama gifted them back to Castro in December 2014, upon commencing his smoochfest with the terror-sponsoring drug-runner who came closest to nuking the U.S.
It gets better:
Coincidently (perhaps) the vital U.S. defense facilities that Obama invited the eager Communist drug-runners to carefully inspect serve as the U.S. Defense Department’s “command center on the war on drugs.”
Coincidently, (perhaps) on top of serving as a base for terrorist group Hezbollah and probably laundering funds for Al-Qaeda as late as two years ago ( See No Terror, Hear No Terror, Speak No Terror (Obama on Cuba) ), the Castro-Family-Crime-Syndicate also help facilitate much of world’s coc aine smuggling. The dots are not overly difficult to connect. Let’s have a look:
*The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) attributes half the world’s coc aine supply to the Colombian Terror group FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.)
*The FARC itself gives credit where credit is due, attributing their rollicking success to the Castro regime:
"Thanks to Castro" boasted late FARC commander Tiro-Fijo in an interview, "we are now a powerful army, not a hit and run band." A few years ago a report from Colombia’s military intelligence obtained by the Colombian paper El Espectador revealed that the FARC maintains a major office in Havana. And their officers “receive a $5,000 monthly stipend through the Cuban bank account of a Venezuelan government office.”
*And by the way, in July 1996, U.S. prosecutors informed the Miami Herald that: “The case we have against Raul Castro right now (for drug-trafficking) is much stronger than the one we had against Manuel Noriega in 1988.”
The U.S. Drug Case Against Cuba -- Smuggling Probe Names Raul Castro, Other Officials
By Jeff Leen
MIAMI - Prosecutors at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Miami have drafted a proposed indictment charging the Cuban government as a racketeering enterprise and Armed Forces Minister Raul Castro as the chief of a 10-year conspiracy to send tons of Colombian cartel coc aine through Cuba to the United States.
President Fidel Castro is not listed among the 15 Cuban officials named as co-conspirators in a copy of the draft read by a Miami Herald reporter. Raul is Fidel's brother and closest confidant.
As Cuba's head of state, Fidel Castro technically could be immune from U.S. prosecution. The 17-page draft does not state that he either knew of or participated in any drug trafficking.
by Guillermo Martinez,
Under the heading of Dual Nationality, it reads: "The Government of Cuba does not recognize the U.S. nationality of U.S. citizens who are Cuban-born or (and here is the part that to me is unbelievable and unacceptable) or are the children of Cuban parents.
"These individuals will be treated solely as Cuban citizens and may be subject to a range of restrictions and obligations, including military service (in Cuba).
Cuban-Americans beware: rights disappear in Cuba
edit on 16-6-2016 by ElectricUniverse because: correct comment.
Some folks in D.C. have no sense of what
National Security actually is.