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  1. buseman
    Is the Presidential air craft known as Kanilai 1 is being used to help transport some illicit products from South America or what?

    Details surrounding it have been intercepted this evening.

    The plane usually takes off from Banjul to Caracas then back. Some of our foot soldiers said that is the way Banjul’s cartel has been dealing behind the scenes with those in Caracas.

    Even though we tend to believe that the Venezuelan authorities are not aware of it The Gambian side has been sniffing the coke all this while in collaboration with Venezuelan drug barons.

    Some of the barons operate in very sophisticated ways especially where they have access to working with a foreign government.

    In this piece we will be following the leads meticulously while unearthing the hidden side.

    NIA Files! Kanilai 1 (Presidential aircraft) a vessel of cocaine for a Trans Atlantic illicit trade.

    50 Gambian students transported to Venezuela used as pawns in this illicit trade of cocaine.

    $250,000.00 (to and fro trips)= $500,000.00 wasted on kerosene.

    Flight and landing clearance documentation was not respected by the pilot of President Jammeh.

    Kanilai 1 (Presidential aircraft) a vessel of cocaine for a Trans Atlantic illicit trade?

    Is the Presidential air craft known as Kanilai 1 is being used to help transport some illicit products from South America or what?

    Details surrounding it have been intercepted this evening. The plane usually takes off from Banjul to Caracas then back. Some of our foot soldiers said that is the way Banjul’s cartel has been dealing behind the scenes with those in Caracas.

    Even though we tend to believe that the Venezuelan authorities are not aware of it The Gambian side has been sniffing the coke all this while in collaboration with Venezuelan drug barons.

    Some of the barons operate in very sophisticated ways especially where they have access to working with a foreign government. In this piece we will be following the leads meticulously while unearthing the hidden side.

    Another question is this one. Why does the state house in Banjul always prefer sending the aircraft to Cuba or Venezuela for routine maintenance? Why not Europe?

    The plane never comes back empty! That is what the state house wants to make people believe but that is not the least true!

    50 Gambian students transported to Venezuela used as pawns in this illicit trade of cocaine.

    Interpol and other services (security) are invited to thoroughly conduct their investigations to further authenticate the implicating facts that are emerging at this hour.

    The Presidential air craft known as Kanilai 1 is highly suspected of engaging in some suspicious activities between the two places. The Kanilai 1 is suspected of being the vessel that carries some of the cocaine from South America.

    One more clue. The air craft transported 50 Gambian students back to Venezuela then was said to have flown back empty? The latter is questionable within a security point of view.

    It is also questionable in respect of the cost and reasons behind the whole operation. The cost involved in transporting those 50 students back to Caracas is far more expensive than the scholarships or sponsorship coming from the Venezuelan side.

    It cost our national coffers $500,000.00 to fly the air craft to and from Caracas, therefore why ask for scholarships from their hosts in the first place, if we have all this money to waste?

    The facts remained unsaid but we have chosen to burst through the circle and surprise those involved today. The plane does not come back empty when it takes off from Venezuela! It does not! That is exactly why Sillabaa Samateh’s revelations have facts in them as far as the importation of cocaine into The Gambia is concerned.

    We are digging behind the heels of President Jammeh and his contacts outside the country and we promise every Gambian that surprising facts and dirty secrets will be revealed during these days.

    The aircraft can easily do so because when it takes off from Banjul, it does not stop anywhere but Venezuela. Likewise when it flies from Venezuela it does not stop anywhere but Banjul.

    At the Banjul International airport no one dares search President Jammeh’s cargo or freight! On the documents issued as over flight and landing clearance from the countries along the air routes Puerto Rico is mentioned but the Kanilai 1 aircraft never entertains the idea of refueling from any airport when it takes off from Banjul to Caracas or sometimes Havana.

    Why so? Another implicating clue. We all remember when a Gambian was named among those who died when the Air France flight crashed over in the sea near Brazil.

    To date no one has heard about any family ties being announced in relation to the dead person. Who was that person?

    How could be identified as a Gambian and we have not still heard about a funeral back home?

    What has so far been released about the same dead soul? Was this soul one of those working for the regime with Gambian documents but in actual fact was not a Gambian?

    Even if he was Gambian we still want to know what he was his mission in the aircraft that sank? More suspicious leads will be relayed here on this same subject.

    June 27, 2010
    http://www.freedomnewspaper.com/Hom...-a-Trans-Atlantic-illicit-trade-/Default.aspx

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