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RELEVANT EXCERPTS - VOLUME TWO of the CIA INSPECTOR GENERAL'S REPORT OF INVESTIGATION INTO CONTRA DRUG TRAFFICKING

(released Oct. 8, 1998)

Edited with Notes by Michael C. Ruppert

COPYRIGHT 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, Michael C. Ruppert - From The Wilderness www.copvcia.com - P.O. Box 6061-350, Sherman Oaks, CA 91413

[All Paragraph numbers herein listed are taken directly from the CIA Inspector General's report. My notes and emphases are followed by the initials MCR. All other highlights, underlines, etc. are exactly as they appear in the original 410 page report. The complete report with appendices is available at no charge and located at www.cia.gov. - MCR]

Executive Summary and Conclusions

Key Findings

Introduction

14. "CIA received allegations or information regarding drug trafficking by Contra-related individuals in the Southern Front that operated from Costa Rica. In 1984, CIA received allegations that five individuals associated with the Democratic Revolutionary Alliance (ARDE)/Sandino Revolutionary Front (FRS) were engaged in a drug trafficking conspiracy with a known narcotics trafficker, Jorge Morales. CIA broke off contact with ARDE in October, 1984, but continued to have contact with four of the individuals involved with Morales"

16. In addition to the five individuals associated with ARDE, CIA received drug trafficking allegations or information concerning 16 other individuals who supported Southern Front Contra operations based in Costa Rica."

17. Contra Related Individuals - Northern Front. CIA also received allegations or information concerning drug trafficking by nine Contra-related individuals in the Northern Front based in Honduras.

18. Other Individuals Involved in the Contra Program. CIA received drug trafficking allegations or information concerning five individuals who were used to support the Contra program.

19. Companies, Pilots and Other Individuals Working for Companies Used in Support of the Contra Program. CIA received drug trafficking allegations or information concerning 14 pilots and two other individuals who were associated with companies that provided support for the Contra program. CIA also learned of drug trafficking allegations or information concerning three companies that were used to support Contra activities from 1984 until at least 1988.

20. CIA received drug trafficking allegations or information concerning an individual who flew Contra support missions from Ilopango Air Base in El Salvador in 1985 and 1986.


If you want to know MORE about this subject,
may we recommend the following:

- Extracts and Commentary from Vol. II of the CIA Inspector General's Report.

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