Monday, April 23, 2012

Terry Reed and the CIA



We've talked about Gary Webb. The pulitzer prize winning investigative journalist who committed suicide by shooting himself in the head twice. He was the one that claimed the CIA were responsible for the LA Crack epidemic in the /80's. He claimed it was all tied to Arms going to the Contras in Nicaragua and cocaine coming back as payment. After the character assassination he experienced when he published a series of articles in the San Jose Mercury News, he documented everything in his book, Dark Alliance.

We've also talked about how former LAPD officer Mike Rupert came forward supporting Webbs allegation. As did Nicaraguan DEA agnet Cele Castillo. We've talked about Bo Gritz, retired Navy Intelligence officer Al Martin's book as well as CIA Agent Barry Seals involvement with drug smuggling out of Mena Arkansas. We've even talked about former CIA operative Chip Tatum who claimed he opened up a box he was flying in to Mena marketed Medical supplies. He claimed he opened it up because he heard another piolt was once given a bomb to ship which exploded en route. Tatum claimed the box marked medical supplies he opened was full of cocaine.

All these different testimonies, silenced one by one, continue to paint a pretty clear and credible picture of what really went on in Mena when Bill Clinton was Governor. The next source we need to look at is former CIA agent Terry Reed. After Time magazine made a similar character assassination campaign against him like Gary Webb experience he documented everything just like Gary Webb did in a book called Compromised: Clinton, Bush, and the CIA.

Mena was all about arms dealing, drug smuggling and money laundering. It was also tied to BCCI. The reason why it is still relevant is because they were recently caught doing the same thing in Operation Fast and Furious. The reason it is still relevant is because BCCI was a bank that collapsed because of it. The reason it is still relevant is because Hillary Clinton is still in office. Witnesses claim she was directly involved in the program in Mena through the Rose law firm.

It's time to take a look at Terry Reed's claims in his book Compromised. The real concern isn't the recent secret service idiots who were caught trying to stiff a prostitute in Columbia. If you look at the picture of one of the suspects when he was watching Sarah Palin and the ridiculous comments he made on facebook about it, that guy is not dangerous. If he had half a brain he'd be dangerous. He's an idiot. He's just a mall cop with delusional fantasies about James Bond. The dangerous secret service agents are the ones that will violate the oath of office to defend the constitution and use lethal force to protect unlawful state secrets. Those agents are dangerous.

It is also worth studying Nugan Hand, the Australian "investment bank" that collapsed in a spectacular fashion in 1980. When banks collapse because of the CIAs arms dealing, drug smuggling and money laundering, that affects the public interest.

However, even before Mena, Arkansas was The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity In The Global Drug Trade written by Alfred W. McCoy as part of his PHD thesis at Yale. The CIA traficking drugs in not a conspericy theory. It is a longstanding tradition.

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