posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 12:19 PM
reply to post by glen200376
Might want to refresh your information.:Strangely, one group of the CIA’s own, a Middle East team who had knowledge of CIA illegal drug and weapons
operations, was not warned. CIA agents Charles McKee, Matthew Kevin Gannon, Daniel Emmet O'Connor and Ronald Albert Lariviere died in the explosion
of Fight PA-103. At least one source from within the government has claimed that McKee and his team had complained about CIA weapons shipments to
Syrian terrorists as well as about the large quantities of drugs the CIA was facilitating for shipment to the US. Higher-ups in the CIA had allegedly
tried to stonewall their demands for answers (as has been the case in several other documented cases involving drug operations in the military and the
DEA). In frustration they were flying home on their own accord, against orders, to present evidence to Congress. It is my opinion that the CIA
likely considered them a substantial threat, and chose to eliminate them before they could reach the US.
If true, this is a story that will never see the light of day in the mainstream press.
Source with more details :worldaffairsbrief.com...