Monthly Archives: November 2010

Tough on Chavez, Soft on the American DrugLords

Why did Obama Appoint Bush holdover Michele Leonhart to head the DEA?  In a much-criticized move, Acting DEA administrator Michele Leonhart spent more than $123,000 to charter a private jet, instead of one of the DEA’s own 106 planes, to … Continue reading

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9/11 Heroin Pilot’s 10-Year Crime Spree Ends

The Bombardier Challenger 600 jet that went hurtling towards the end of the runway at Teterboro Airport at nearly 200 miles an hour before plowing through a steel perimeter fence and plunging across a six-lane highway before crashing into a … Continue reading

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Is Chavez Crony Drug “King of Kingpins?”

In a week which began with the dubious Pentagon assertion that video footage of a missile launch shot by a KCBS news helicopter over Los Angeles was a vapor trail from a commercial jet distorted by light on the horizon … Continue reading

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Teterboro Crash Trial Coverup

It’s hard to imagine a cover-up in a case where someone has been charged with a 27-count Federal indictment. But that’s what’s happening  in U.S. District Court in New Jersey, where the trial of controversial Guyanese pilot Michael Brassington completed … Continue reading

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