In a new book (published Aug 30, 2016), “Pablo Escobar In Fraganti,” Escobar, who lives under the pseudonym, Juan Sebastián Marroquín, explains his “father worked for the CIA selling cocaine to finance the fight against Communism in Central America.” “The ...Read More »
The CIA-Owned Western Global Airlines N545JN Lands “Blood-Stained” in Zimbabwe with 67 tons in South African Rand on Board… and a Corpse!
It starts out like a Jason Bourne movie. There’s a plane. A body. And mountains of cash (67 tons of it) on pallets running the length of a cavernous wide-body cargo plane. The MD-11 wide-body cargo jet is enroute from ...Read More »
A DC-9 painted to impersonate a U.S. government plane, made an emergency landing in-route from Venezuala to the USA and was found to be containing over 5 tonnes of cocaine. DEA says no harm, no foul. The pilot “disappeared”, unnamed, ...Read More »
US Sponsored Coup d’Etat in Haiti: An Armed Insurrection to Unseat President Aristide via a Carefully Staged Military-Intelligence Operation
US Sponsored Coup d’Etat in Haiti: An armed insurrection which contributed to unseating President Aristide as a result of a carefully staged military-intelligence operation, involving the US, France and Canada. The 2004 coup had set the stage for the installation ...Read More »
Invasion of Afghanistan: Retaliation for the 9/11 Attacks Or A Profit Driven Resource War for Minerals, Natural Gas, and Heroin?
US troops invaded Afghanistan on October 7, 2001, less than a month after the 9/11 terror attacks in New York and Washington. Afghanistan is defined as a state sponsor of terrorism. The war on Afghanistan continues to be heralded as a ...Read More »
The Taliban Announced a Ban on the Production of Poppy Eradicating Opium Production by 99% in 1 Year, Only to Explode to All-Time Highs Following US 2001 Invasion
February 27, 2000, a Taliban fatwa announced a ban on the cultivation of poppy. Enforcement commenced in July of that year. Taliban leader Mullah Omar gave a firm re-statement of the Taliban’s position, declaring the use, cultivation and trafficking of ...Read More »
Gary Webb Begins His Dark Alliance Series: How CIA-led Nicaraguan Rebels Brought Cocaine to Poor L.A. neighborhoods in the ’80s and Started the Crack Epidemic
The Ghost of “Dark Alliance” October 31, 2014 A new movie, an old story, and a discredited corporate press Editors Note: Project Censored connected Gary Webb with Seven Stories Press for publication of his book Dark Alliance. By Brian Covert The ...Read More »
‘The Suicide Files: Death in the Military’ 4-Part Series runs in the Philadelphia Inquirer with Dozens of Military Personnel Suicided after Stumbling on Military Corruption
From December 19-22, 1993 The Philadelphia Inquirer ran a four part series titled ‘The Suicide Files: Death in the Military‘ by staff writer David Zucchino who detailed 14 families with stories of suspicious deaths ruled suicides. The 14 families accused the ...Read More »
Col. Bo Gritz Publishes ‘Called to Serve’ after Discovering Massive Heroin Production Involving the CIA and Military in Southeast Asia
In his book, Called to Serve, former U.S. Army Colonel James “Bo” Gritz described his several meetings in May 1987 with Khun Sa, the head of the largest heroin-producing region in Southeast Asia. Gritz had been on a team mission ...Read More »
Pan Am Flight 103 from London to NY Explodes with a Team of Whistlblowers on Board Set to Testify to Congress of CIA Arms / Drug Trafficking, 270 Killed.
Pan Am Flight 103 was destroyed by a bomb that detonated in the baggage compartment as the plane made its climb out from London passing over Lockerbie, Scotland en route to New York. A total of 270 people died including 11 ...Read More »
Boys on the Tracks Case: 2 Teens Found Dead on Railroad Tracks Near Mena, AR, Drop Zone for a CIA Drug Smuggling Operation
Teen-agers Kevin Ives and Don Henry went out to a secluded area of Saline County, Arkansas, for a night of deer hunting. Early the next morning, a northbound Union Pacific train ran over their bodies as they lie sprawled on ...Read More »
The Iran Contra Affair First Revealed when Pilot Eugene Hasenfus is Shot Down Over Nicaragua While Delivering Arms & Cocaine to the Contras
The (Iran) Contra affair is first revealed on this date when pilot Eugene Hasenfus is shot down over Nicaragua while delivering arms to the Contras (and quite likely cocaine if it had made its way back to the U.S.). Hasenfus admits to ...Read More »
Colonel Edward Cutolo Published an Affidavit Exposing Operation Watchtower about the CIA’s Drug Trafficking
Operation Watchtower was one of many drug trafficking operations from Central America consisting of the placement and operation of low frequency radio beacons to guide low-flying pilots from Colombia to Panama. It also consisted of making available to the pilots ...Read More »
John Stockwell, the Former Chief of Angola’s CIA Task Force, Publishes ‘In Search of Enemies’ – an Exposé of the CIA’s Covert Action in Angola
According to Bob Baer, writing in the Pacific Free Press: What Stockwell had seen as an operative in Africa and across the Third World was a CIA that was purely interventionist – not gathering intelligence, but brutally machinating, vicious, a ...Read More »
Alfred McCoy Publishes his Ground-Breaking Study, ‘The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade, Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, Central America’.
“The full story of how Cold War politics and U.S. covert operations fueled a heroin boom in the Golden Triangle breaks when Yale University doctoral student Alfred McCoy publishes his ground-breaking study, The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia. The ...Read More »
The ‘Pentagon Papers’ by Daniel Ellsberg was a CIA Psyop to Divert Attention from the Phoenix Program and Probes into Their Drug Smuggling
Official narrative: In 1971, Daniel Ellsberg, a leading Vietnam war strategist, concludes that America’s role in the war is based on decades of lies. He leaks 7,000 pages of top-secret documents to the New York Times, a daring act of ...Read More »
The media depicted the war as a “quagmire” begun by “right-wing hawks” who wanted to stop the spread of communism. They said the war was “unwinnable,” dragged out because the “hawks” were too proud to pull our troops out, our ...Read More »