CIA Plane Crashes in Yucatan Carrying 3.2 Tons of Cocaine

CIA Plane Crashes in Yucatan Carrying 3.2 Tons of Cocaine
This entry was posted on 9/26/2007 5:02 PM and is filed under Drugs and Alcohol,Latest News,Weird,Things you may not have heard of,Corruption and Lies.Sept. 26, 2007 — SPECIAL REPORT — Plane that crashed in Yucatan with 3.2 tons of cocaine was CIA rendition aircraft

WMR has learned from knowledgeable European sources that a Gulfstream II that crash landed 1.3 miles from Tikokob in Yucatan, Mexico after being chased by Mexican military helicopters for flying illegally into Mexican airspace was one of the planes chartered to the CIA for the renditioning of kidnapped prisoners. The crash landing took place on September 24. The tail number of the Gulfstream is N987SA.

Mexican soldiers found no bodies at the crash site but did discover 132 bags containing 3.3 metric tons of cocaine. The origination of the Gulfstream’s flight is unknown but it was destined for Cancun when it crash landed. Police later said they had arrested one passenger who was on board the plane.

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Who owned drug plane that crashed in Mexico?

By Jay Root and Kevin G. Hall | McClatchy Newspapers
Posted on Thursday, September 27, 2007

MEXICO CITY – U.S. authorities are assisting the Mexican government in the investigation of an American business jet that crashed near Cancun this week with four tons of cocaine on board, officials said Thursday.

One of the men listed as the registered owners of the plane, Joao Luiz Malago, said in a telephone interview from Brazil that his Florida-based company sold the aircraft for $2 million on Sept. 16 to a Lakeland, Fla., man and his partner, who Malago believed was from Miami.

Malago said he feared the man was dead because he hasn’t been picking up the phone.

Officials at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico had no information on any American citizens being killed or arrested in connection with the aircraft, a 1975 model Gulfstream II.

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