CIA’s DRUG OPERATION FINALLY EXPOSED

(Ed. Note:  There seems to be a news blackout on this story. Can someone in Fairfax County or D.C. confirm it for us? No fact checks are available on the ‘net. Either this happened this week and, not surprisingly, the CIA has put out its news clamps or it is another dose of fake news.)

Fire Damages CIA Headquarters and Reveals an “Industrial Scale” Drug Lab ~

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Langley, Virginia – Jan 31, 2017 | A major explosion occurred last night at the headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency, igniting a fire which almost COMPLETELY DESTROYED an annex of the building and led to the discovery of a suspected drug lab.

The detonation took place around 11:30 pm last night. The powerful blast was heard for miles around the complex and sent plumes of black smoke into the air.

The firefighters of the Langley City Fire-Rescue were rapidly mobilized on the site, where they fought the fire for almost six hours before they were finally able to extinguish the flames.

While inspecting the building to secure the area, they found large quantities of chemicals and over-the-counter medications that are used to make meth and fentanyl.

The firefighters transmitted the information to the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO), which dispatched dozens of deputies and investigators on the scene.

After conducting a search of the western wing of the George Bush Center for Intelligence, they found more than 2 tons of pure pseudoephedrine, as well as large quantities of acetone, iodine crystals, battery acid, DRAIN CLEANER, lantern fuel and antifreeze.

“The various chemicals found on the scene are either used to produce methamphetamine or fentanyl, and we also found a lot of drugs,” said FCSO spokesman, Jared Matters. “We also found large quantities of these two drugs in a nearby storage ROOM that was spared by the fire.”

The Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office confirmed it had opened an investigation to determine if the site was an illegal drug lab and if the fire was caused by an illegal activity.

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More than 5 tons of drugs and 45 tons of chemicals were seized in the building which some deputies have described as an “industrial-scale drug lab”.

This is not the first time that the CIA is accused of manufacturing and trafficking illegal drugs.

While the CIA was sponsoring a Secret War in Laos from 1961 to 1975, it was accused of trafficking in opium. The CIA made its own internal inquiries of its staff and clients in Laos concerning the drug trade and admitted that small amounts of opium had been smuggled via their contract aircraft.

Several local, state, and federal investigations have also taken place concerning the alleged use of the Mena Intermountain Municipal Airport as a CIA drop point in large scale cocaine trafficking beginning in the early 1980s.

This is the first time, however, that drugs are seized on an official CIA installation, and the incident could have some very serious consequences for the organization which is already at odds with the new American President.

Neither the White House or the CIA, have officially reacted yet, but many analysts expect Donald Trump to use this investigation as a pretext to cut the agency’s funding.

Comments (4)

  1. Kendrick Ed

    I’ve been labeled as a whacko for reposting this piece–even with an introductory statement (as yours) inviting people to show that it is fake news.

    Who benefits from discrediting activists who seek to expose CIA criminality?

    We must be wary of the tactics of CIA. Here’s a good video that makes the point.

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  2. Ed Kendrick

    I’ve been labeled as a whacko for reposting this piece–even with an introductory statement (as yours) inviting people to show that it is fake news.

    Who benefits from discrediting activists who seek to expose CIA criminality?

    We must be wary of the tactics of CIA. Here’s a good video that makes the point.

    Reply
  3. Bill Moore

    Hello,

    The CIA, with airplane pilot Oliver North and others, were hauling guns to Nicaragua and bringing back plane loads of Cocaine in the early 1980s.

    President Reagan pardoned Oliver North after his plane crashed and the deal was exposed.

    I worked for the CIA in the the 1960s, and Trump should take a careful look at the CIA. But it might be dangerous for him to do so.

    Remember what happened to President Kennedy.

    Bill Moore

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  4. Jason Darrow

    Bill Moore;
    I agree with you 100%. Talk show hosts back in the 80’s and early 90’s were talking about how the CIA brought drugs into Arkansas and that Bill Clinton would have had to have known it because they don’t do anything like that without notifying the governor. Of course those hosts are no longer on the air. Just the usual dribble from Rush, Sean etc. and the MSM.

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