N Number C/N Type Registered Deregistered Fate
N105WP 46095 DC-8-73 12/19/2002 05/16/2006
N132NK 47202 DC-9-31 04/19/2000 05/17/2006
N14524 47539 DC-9-32 12/03/1999 05/31/2000 Exported to Venezuela
N16804 49246 DC-9-82 10/21/2003 05/16/2006
N17557 47424 DC-9-32 11/10/1999 05/17/2006
N420EA 47689 DC-9-51 01/22/2003 05/16/2006
N443RR 443 A310-324 10/14/2004 05/16/2006
N460DN 46066 DC-8-71(F) 06/09/2005 05/16/2006
N468AT 19074 737-222 02/16/2000 04/13/2000 Exported to France
N500MH 45812 DC-8-71(F) 04/12/2004 05/16/2006
N507AU 23382 737-3B7 08/05/2003 05/17/2006
N54333 20460 727-231 05/07/1999 08/03/1999
N562AU 23550 737-301 12/15/2003 05/17/2006
N578PE 21661 727-243 03/05/2002 10/24/2002 Exported to Brazil
N64315 20048 727-231 02/20/1999 03/26/1999
N679HA 47662 DC-9-51 02/25/2003 05/17/2006
N69523 47520 DC-9-32 03/08/2000 05/17/2006
N70542 47535 DC-9-32 11/03/1999 07/14/2000 Exported to Venezuela
N709HA 47764 DC-9-51 02/26/2003 05/16/2006
N728A 46081 DC-8-72 02/14/2005 05/16/2006
N791FT 46045 DC-8-73(F) 11/18/2004 05/17/2006
N795FT 46103 DC-8-73(F) 12/11/2003 10/05/2005 Exported to Brazil
N801GP 46039 DC-8-73(F) 06/19/2003 05/16/2006
N806AT 47379 DC-9-32 04/19/2000 05/17/2006
N806ME 48032 DC-9-81 01/24/2006 05/16/2006
N8076U 45941 DC-8-71(F) 08/25/2003 05/17/2006
N8084U 45974 DC-8-71(F) 04/12/2004 05/17/2006
N8085U 45975 DC-8-71(F) 04/12/2004 05/17/2006
N8087U 45977 DC-8-71(F) 04/12/2004 Valid Former SAT DC-8
N809AT 47322 DC-9-32 03/29/2000 05/16/2006
N813AT 47318 DC-9-32 04/20/2000 05/16/2006
N815AT 47443 DC-9-32 03/29/2000 05/17/2006
N8177U 45983 DC-8-71(F) 11/21/2003 05/16/2006
N824BX 45946 DC-8-71(F) 05/19/2004 05/16/2006
N827AT 47846 DC-9-32 03/21/2000 05/17/2006
N827BX 45971 DC-8-71(F) 05/19/2004 05/17/2006
N827US 48049 DC-9-81 07/27/2004 05/16/2006
N849AL 45849 DC-8-71(F) 06/09/2005 05/17/2006
N860AT 22981 767-204 10/28/2004 05/16/2006
N861AT 22692 767-277 12/02/2004 05/17/2006
N862AT 22695 767-277 02/25/2005 05/16/2006
N863AT 22696 767-277 03/31/2005 05/16/2006
N864AT 22980 767-204 05/31/2005 05/16/2006
N911UA 25255 737-522 07/14/2005 05/16/2006
N915UA 25382 737-522 06/15/2005 05/16/2006
N926UA 26648 737-522 03/25/2005 05/16/2006
N931UA 26656 737-522 02/25/2005 05/16/2006
N996GE 45996 DC-8-71(F) 10/25/2004 05/16/2006
N997GE 45997 DC-8-71(F) 10/25/2004 05/17/2006
February 6 OIG is made aware of additional details of the SIB investigation
and subsequently opens a formal investigation.
March 19 IG forwards crimes report to DoJ.
May 8 IG letter to IOB concerning Deutch investigation.
June 2 DCI notifies oversight committees of investigation.
April 14 Attorney General Reno declines prosecution and suggests a
review of Deutch's security clearances.
As a result of the pardon, said Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., chairman of the intelligence committee, "Deutch essentially walked away from what is one of the most egregious cases of mishandling classified information that I have ever seen short of espionage."
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The CIA’s Rendition Program began in late summer, 1995. I authored it and then ran and managed it against al-Qaeda leaders and other Sunni Islamists from August, 1995, until June, 1999.
There were only two goals for the program: First, to take men off the street who were planning or had been involved in attacks on the United States or its allies; second, to seize hard copy or electronic documents in their possession when arrested. Americans were never expected to read those, and they could provide options for follow-on operations.
Extraordinary Rendition in U.S. Counterterrorism Policy
Congressional hearing report
Congress 07H.R. Rendition
BRIEF ARTICLE ON ANNIVERSARY OF CIA-ORCHESTRATED COUP IN
GUATEMALA. PHIL ROETINGER WRITES THAT HE WAS IN CIA AT TIME AND HELPED
OVERTHROW THE GVT. CIA RECRUITED A TRAITOR WITHIN ARBENZ GVT WHO CONVINCED
ARBENZ TO ABDICATE TO PREVENT LOSS OF LIFE - THIS TRAITOR LATER INSTALLED
AS PRESIDENT AND STILL LATER WAS ASSASSINATED. GUATEMALA HAS BEEN RULED BY
VICIOUS DICTATORS SINCE. UNCLASSIFIED 8/94 20
As part of the Cold War, the U.S. government in 1947 began channeling political aid through the CIA to political parties, publications, policy institutes, academic institutions, and other nongovernmental actors. After Congress prohibited such covert funding in the 1970s, a U.S. government-funded task force called the Democracy Program, which was directed largely by neoconservatives, proposed a new political aid program that would overtly support the type of nongovernmental entities that previously received CIA funding.1 Soon after Ronald Reagan took office, the new administration put this proposal into action, assigning the U.S. Information Agency (USIA) and USAID as the chief sources of political funding. But rather than channeling the aid directly to foreign actors, the Reagan administration decided, in line with the Democracy Program proposal, that the “democracy-building” aid would flow through U.S. private organizations, mainly the newly created National Endowment for Democracy and its affiliates in the two political parties, labor, and business.
Western Vietnam and Eastern Cambodia had some opium fields. It was widely alleged among various soldiers-turned-antiwar protesters that the CIA was involved in smuggling this opium to heroin producers in the United States at considerable profit. The book The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia written by Alfred W. McCoy, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison claims to provide evidence of the proported drug trafficking. The book discusses the alleged use of opium to fund covert operations done by the CIA in Vietnam. According to Dr. McCoy, the agency also intimidated his sources and tried to keep the book from being published, citing national security concerns.[citations needed] See also Air America.
Speculation on this matter did play a role in the Steven Seagal film Above the Law, as well as in the Mel Gibson film, Air America.
It was alleged by the Soviets on multiple occasions that American CIA agents were helping smuggle opium out of Afghanistan, either into the West, in order to raise money for the Afghan resistance or into the Soviet Union in order to weaken it through drug addiction. Nothing beyond Soviet and Afghan accusations has emerged out of several media and UN investigations into these proported actions.
Global was also named as a CIA front by a retired CIA Middle East expert. In December 1990, Bruce Hemmings, a retired CIA senior operations offcer who worked on the Iran desk in 1985, issued several written statements criticizing the CIA's role and cover-up in the Iran-Contra scandal and other misdeeds. In part of his statement entitled "CIA Gun Running to Iran Goes Back to 1981," Hemmings stated:
"Since at least 1981, a worldwide network of 'free-standing' [i.e., no direct U.S. government ties] companies, including airlines, aviation and military spare parts suppliers, and trading companies, has been utilized by the CIA and the U.S. government to illegally ship arms and military spare parts to Iran and to the Contras. These companies were set up with the approval and knowledge of senior CIA offcials and other senior U.S. government officials and staffed primarily by ex-CIA, ex-FBI and ex-military offcers.
"The companies include Aero Systems, Inc., of Miami, Arrow Air, Aero Systems Pvt. Ltd of Singapore, Hierax of Hong Kong, Pan Aviation in Miami, Merex in North Carolina, Sur International, St. Lucia Airways, Global International Airways, International Air Tours of Nigeria, Continental Shelf Explorations, Inc., Jupiter, Florida, Varicon, Inc., Dane Aviation Supply of Miami, and others, such as Parvus, Safir, International Trading and Investment Guaranty Corp., Ltd., and Information Security International Inc.
"Through these mechanisms, staffed by ex-intelligence and military officers, the administration and the CIA have been able to circumvent and ignore the legal intelligence mechanisms and Congressional oversight. C-130, F4, TOWs and Hawk missile parts were shipped to Iran in violation of the arms embargo and a variety of mechanisms were used, including International Air Tours of Nigeria in August and September 1985, Arrow Air in November 1985, and Global International and Pan Aviation and others going back in 1981."
PHOTOS Expose public airport, firm as CIA stooges--N. Carolina
By Clayton Hallmark
(July 26, 2007)
This is the only known public photograph showing a CIA plane on CIA property. The photo was taken at the CIA's leased facilities at the Johnston County Airport in Smithville, North Carolina, [Google map] which long has denied CIA involvement. The plane in the photo, with the tail number (FAA registration) N168D is shown between the blue headquarters building of Aero Contractors and a beige hangar.
CIA Torture Plane in North Carolina
Extraordinary rendition (34,166 bytes)
22: ... their real identities revealed. The rendition of El-Masri was a particularly unfortunate one as it eventual...
Planes alleged to have been used for extraordinary rendition (8,756 bytes)
15: ...''Newsweek'' reporters cited the case of [[Khaled el-Masri]], "a German citizen of Lebanese descent, [who sa...
N313P-N4476S (7,519 bytes)
9: ...rds show that it was the plane that took [[Khaled el-Masri]] ...
Seeds of Peace (3,256 bytes)
Clinton administration anti-terrorism law (19,418 bytes)
Jeppesen Dataplan, Inc. (11,148 bytes)
9: ===Flight planning for the abduction of El-Masri===
10: ...ng the flights used in the kidnapping of [[Khaled El-Masri]]:
CIA plane pilots (el masri)
For the first time, activists last week spotted – and photographed – one of the “torture taxi” planes at Johnston County Airport.
The plane, a turboprop with FAA registration number N168D,
Zooming in on the Torture Taxis
Anne Linda Jenkins, Alleged CIA Renditioner of Imam Rapito
For the CIA FOIA releases below and elsewhere (i.e. the "Family Jewels,") bear in mind that these are likely disinformation, abiding the spy tradecraft of using legitimate, credible public information outlets to spread forgeries, lies, deceptions and dissimulations. Another tradecraft is promulgating duplicitous accounts of tradecraft. Another that ritualistic protection of means and methods opiates.
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