Monthly Archives: February 2009

Charter Crash Exposed Criminal Organization

The crash of the Challenger 600  in New Jersey on Feb 2 2005  has exposed a criminal organization which was engaged in drug trafficking nine years ago in close proximity to Mohamed Atta's terrorist hijackers, and which continues to operate … Continue reading

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Charter Company Ran Second Jet Off Runway

Less than a year before the Teterboro crash of a Challenger corporate jet that ran off a runway and hurtled into traffic on a busy 6-lane highway on Feb 2 2005,  the company responsible for that crash, Platinum Jet Management … Continue reading

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Arrested Pilot Flew Private Jets Owned by Clinton White House Official

Michael Francis Brassington, the pilot arrested two weeks ago on felony charges in the February 2005 crash of a Challenger business jet at New Jersey's Teterboro Airport, flew illegal charter flights for corrupt Premier Michael Misick of the Turks & … Continue reading

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Pilot Arrested in New Jersey Charter Crash Key Figure in Caribbean Corruption Probe

Four years after the  spectacular crash of a business jet at Teterboro Airport across the Hudson River from New York City  injured 20 people and left one man with permanent brain damage,  a corruption probe in the Turks & Caicos … Continue reading

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9/11 Heroin Pilot Indicted in New Jersey

35-year old Guyanese pilot Michael Francis Brassington was indicted in New Jersey federal court this week, as the result of an investigation into the spectacular crash of a  airplane outside New York City in February of 2005, which injured 20 people and … Continue reading

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Carlos Slim & the ‘Narco-Politicos’

Carlos Slim, the Mexican billionaire whose $250 million cash infusion bailed the New York Times out of a tight cash crunch last week, has long-standing business ties with wealthy Mexican businessmen suspected of involvement in Mexico's so-called “Cartel of the … Continue reading

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