PORTER GOSS RESIGNATION SOLVED: DC9 WITH 5.5 TONS OF COCAINE WAS CIA PLANE
May 25 2006--Venice,FL.
by Daniel Hopsicker
The "??mystery"?? of Porter Goss's?? resignation last month as CIA Director is apparently directly related to the huge seizure in Mexico several weeks earlier of over 5.5 tons of cocaine, according to government documents recently obtained by the The MadCowMorningNews.
After Gossâ??s surprise resignation last month he told reporters his reason for resigning was "just one of those mysteries," offering no other explanation for his sudden departure after almost two years on the job.
Gossâ?? resignation appears to be connected to the unprecedented withholding by the Federal Aviation Administration of the registration records for the DC9 (N900SA) which more than six weeks ago was caught carrying a cargo of five-and-a-half tons of cocaine, neatly packed into 126 identical black suitcases at a jungle airstrip in the Yucatan.
At the time of the plane's seizure on April 11, FAA officials stated the aircraft's title records would become available to reporters within two weeks. Six weeks later that statement, in a phrase famous from the Watergate Scandal, has been rendered "??inoperative."??
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However, the MadCowMorningNews was successful in obtaining the FAA records last week of the confiscated planeâ€™s sister ship, an identical twin DC9 (N120NE) owned and operated by the same partnership. Both aircraft, painted to resemble U.S. Government aircraft from the Department of Homeland Security, were parked for several years at the general aviation terminal at Clearwater St Petersburg International Airport.
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