PART I. THE HELLWELL DYNASTY or HOW BURMA GOT ITS START Various News Sources It's generally agreed that 1996's biggest news story was Gary Webb's San Jose Mercury scoop that ghetto drug dealers claim none other than the American CIA to be their supplier!
But Spooks dealing drugs isn't a 90's thing. Our beloved agency busily flew heroin around Asia on the CIA proprietary airline AIR AMERICA during Viet Nam, and refined Hmong and Burmese poppy in Asian soft drink bottling factories, used the U.S. Mafioso MOB to distribute the drugs and banked millions in their own Bank which they later collapsed, stealing the receipts.
Just revealed: the sixties weren't the start of the CIA dealing poppy to ghettos. Colonel Paul Hellwell of the OSS brought heroin from Burma and sold it in U.S. ghettos as far back as the 40's, so Gary Webb is five decades late with his scoop! We are in a 50-year anniversary of something other than just Roswell aliens! The Hellwell Aliens also were gray men, that being the exact shade of their MORALS!
THE GRAND CHESSBOARD - "American Primacy And It's Geostrategic Imperatives," Zbigniew Brzezinski, Basic Books, 1997.
As FTW has documented in previous stories, major deployments of U.S. and British forces had taken place before the attacks. And the U.S. Army and the CIA had been active in Uzbekistan for several years. There is now evidence that what the world is witnessing is a cold and calculated war plan - at least four years in the making - and that, from reading Brzezinski’s own words about Pearl Harbor, the World Trade Center attacks were just the trigger needed to set the final conquest in motion.
New evidence links George Bush to Los Angeles drug operation by Edward Spannaus On Oct. 27, 1986, federal and local law enforcement officials executed search warrants on more than a dozen locations connected to a major cocaine-trafficking ring in southern California centered around Danilo Blandon.. One of the locations raided was the home of a former Laguna Beach police officer by the name of Ronald Lister.
Los Angeles Sheriff's Department detectives reported that when they raided Lister's house, they found ``films of military operations in Central America, technical manuals, information on assorted military hardware and communications, and numerous documents indicating that drug money was being used to purchase military equipment for Central America.'' Documents were also found which diagrammed ``the route of drug money out of the United States, back into the United States purchasing weaponry for the Contras.''
The building was owned by a front man for Cali cocaine cartel leader José Santacruz Londono. Inside was a computer center, manned in shifts around the clock by four to six technicians. The central feature of the facility was a $1.5 million IBM AS400 mainframe, the kind once used by banks, networked with half a dozen terminals and monitors. The next day, Colombia's attorney general secretly granted permission for U.S. agents to fly the mainframe immediately back to the United States, where it was subjected to an exhaustive analysis by experts fro
ELECTRONIC MONEY LAUNDERING: An Environmental Scan Department of Justice Canada Solicitor General Canada October 1998 "Jurisdictions should... determine the money laundering threats inherent in new or developing technologies, such as smart cards, electronic banking, etc., and take necessary measures to prevent their use in money laundering schemes. Financial Action Task Force, 1996."
This environmental scan is not meant to be all inclusive but rather to stimulate thought on emerging criminal justice issues. It does not, represent the policy of the Solicitor General Canada, the Government of Canada, or any other Federal Government Agency or Department
Hiding a 'mountain of cash' By Dan Olson, Minnesota Public Radio July 1, 2001 RealAudio
She was sacked after disclosing that UN peacekeepers went to nightclubs where girls as young as 15 were forced to dance naked and have sex with customers, and that UN personnel and international aid workers were linked to prostitution rings in the Balkans.
After a two-year battle, an employment tribunal ruled yesterday that Ms Bolkovac was unfairly dismissed by DynCorp, an American company whose branch in Salisbury, Wiltshire, dealt with the contracts of the American officers working for the international police force in Bosnia. There will be a further hearing at Southampton to decide the amount of compensation DynCorp must pay Ms Bolkovac.
ORGANIZED CRIME[Characteristics, History, Enforcement, Genre, Activities] Organized crime is the illegal activity of people and organizations whose acknowledged purpose is profit through illegitimate business enterprise. Organized crime involves marketing techniques (threat, extortion, smuggling) and products (drugs, sex, gambling, loan-sharking, pornography) that have been outlawed. The system resembles an legitimate business enterprise, and may even have a corporate executive structure, a staff of assistants, and accountants, but it's far from legitimate because the business was set up by force, intimidation or threat. The members of a criminal organization are really gangsters, professional criminals who are trying to live the life and mystique glamorized by legendary figures -- Al Capone, Meyer Lansky, Lucky Luci