Dripping Blood, A Severed Arm, & 67 Tons Of Cash On A CIA Plane

You can’t make this stuff up!

From the article:

“Stacked on pallets in the cargo hold of Western Global Airlines MD-11 wide-body cargo plane is 57 tons of South African currency.

By the time the plane is released, that figures will have increased by another 10 tons.”


Dripping blood, a severed arm, & 67 tons of cash on a CIA plane:

Initial reports state the plane made either A. an emergency landing at the airport in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, as stated in initial reports. Or B. making a routine scheduled refueling stop, according to a press release put out three days later by the owners of the plane.

Always go with the smart money


The smart money was always on “A.”

The wide-body cargo plane impounded in Harare belongs to “Western Global Airlines,” a Florida airline that is the successor to a long-time CIA subsidiary which itself is no stranger to blood dripping down the fuselage.

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