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DrDebug Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-08-07 12:40 AM
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18. Are you checking whether I still lurk?
Edited on Mon Oct-08-07 12:42 AM by DrDebug
:hi:

I don't know that many specifics about Lockerbie, except that the official story doesn't hold upto scrutiny of course and that there is not a single indication that Lockerbie has anything to do with Libya, they were just the scapegoats. There are many stories though that the evidence has been planted by the CIA though.

Talking about drugs, a suitcase full of white powder was recovered among the debris

Based on a 1995 Guardian investigation by Paul Foot and John Ashton

By Patrick Barkham
Wednesday April 7, 1999
Guardian Unlimited

D
is for drugs


Lockerbie farmer Jim Wilson found a suitcase full of cellophane packets containing white powder among the debris in his fields. The suitcase was taken away, no explanation was given, and the authorities continued to insist that no drugs (apart from a small quantity of cannabis) had been found on the plane. But it was later discovered that the name Mr Wilson saw on the suitcase did not correspond with any of the names on the Pan Am 103 passenger list.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/Lockerbie/Story/0,,740116,00....


Antifascist:

Excellent! You've got the chops. The only thing I like to add is that Intelligence has been a form of Insitutionalized Organized Crime from the beginning. It has its roots in Skull & Bones, 120 Broadway (currently owned by a certain Larry Silverstein), and crime familia like the Rockefellers and the Bushes. Drug dealing came later and was perfect in the 80s where we not only had the cocaine from South America used for Iran-Contra but at the same time the heroin from Afghanistan was used for a proxy war against the Soviet Union. It is no wonder that both events happened in the same timeframe because the 80s was when Intelligence started the monopoly on the international drug trade.

Kudos for observing that the Russian mafia played a major role in al-Qaeda al-Cokeda because as witnessed by last month's cocaine plane crash, it is this group which seems become a major and major important partner in the overall drug trade. (See: The Global Drug Meta-Group http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/articles/global-drug.... ) Also did Bush offer a $1B bribe to sweep this under the rug? ( http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.ph... )

The most important coverup of the BCCI scandal was Clearstream which was an integral part of the BCCI network and the method for large scale money laundering. By merely focusing on BCCI and not on Clearstream which involved even more money, it resulted in no change whatsoever since any bank could take over from BCCI. Clearstream handles 40% of all international money transfer and works as a clearinghouse, because Clearstream has more secret accounts than public accounts, it allows for billions to be laundered especially since only Clearstream and Pentagon have been known to make TRILLION dollar accounting errors.
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