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Able Danger Intel., exposed even more important intelligence involving drug smuggling

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posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 03:01 AM
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Well it would seem that this story just gets better and better. Able Danger Intellignece reports brings big new and why are we not seeing this all over the news?

64.70.236.57...

August 17,2005-Venice, FL.
by Daniel Hopsicker



Mohamed Atta was protected from official scrutiny as part of an officially-protected coc aine and heroin trafficking network with ties to top political figures, including Republican officials Jeb Bush and Katherine Harris, and it was this fact—and not the “terrible lapses” of “weak on terror” Clinton Administration officials cited by Republican Congressman Curt Weldon—which shielded him from being apprehended before the 9.11 attack.




posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 03:29 AM
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Hell the guy that wired Atta 100,000 bucks was meeting with Senate Intelligence Committee members the morning of 9-11, no suprises here really to anyone who has been doing their homework. Thanks for bringing this up though, people have no idea just how corrupt the system has gotten, and how far they are willing to go to push an agenda.



posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 03:36 AM
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With Mad Cow just reporting it and I saw it today on INN World Report, I wonder if it will be something we even hear about on the network news. It will be interesting to note how long it takes.



posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 08:09 PM
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Do you guys not see the sgnificance of this? We have another Deep Throat coming in from the cold, talking and telling some pretty big secrets that could change things and perhaps lead to the truth. This could possibly become bigger than Watergate.

[edit on 19-8-2005 by goose]



posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 08:59 PM
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No this is not bigger than Watergate ... if you do any level of educating yourself on the covert operations over the past 30 years you will quickly learn that using drug money was a very common process for covering weapons costs in overthrowing various communist regimes (such as the poppy trade in afghanistan).

It's not that it is tied to government officials that is problematic, it's the fact that it was historically considered the lesser of two evils.

And still today the lesser of two evils compared to terrorists.

However, not all drug lords support terrorists. In fact the Columbian (coc aine) cartels have recently let the news media know that they are NOT in support of Al-Q and would refuse allegiance to them if proposed.

The strange twist in our modern world balance is that the drug dealers are our "friends" in a sense, against terrorists.

If you think about it, it makes sense, they don't want to lose the US customers ...

Which points out yet another problem with our agenda in that the Drug War is clearly not effective.



posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 09:08 PM
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Originally posted by grad_student
No this is not bigger than Watergate ... if you do any level of educating yourself on the covert operations over the past 30 years you will quickly learn that using drug money was a very common process for covering weapons costs in overthrowing various communist regimes (such as the poppy trade in afghanistan).


Perhaps the money confiscated from a drug ring can be used but it is not legal nor has it ever been to my knowledge legal to bring illegal drugs into the country for any reason. While it may be something that government officials have been doing and may be the so called routine if caught they would still be doing something illegal and could be prosecuted.



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