IDF choppers in service of drug cartel...OOOPS!

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IDF choppers in service of drug cartel...OOOPS!

Post#1 » Mon Apr 28, 2008 11:36 pm

I just recently wrote a reply, on a post about the Israelis being the middlemen to most of the drug dealing around the world. Speciafically mentioning anything and everything coming out of south America has a zhid in the middle of the transaction. And along comes this Kosher deal gone sour... You just cant write this shit any better.

Israel.. Americas best friend. On what fucking planet kimo sabe.


IDF choppers in service of drug cartel

American officials demand Israel provide explanations for how U.S.-made
choppers sold to Israel ended up in service of Columbian drug cartel.
Incident may cloud relations between countries
Itamar Eichner

Another diplomatic incident threatens to taint U.S.-Israeli relations: The
American government has recently demanded Israel clarify how five U.S.-made
helicopters sold to Israel in the mid-70s found their way into the hands of
a Columbian drug cartel.

An U.S. embassy official met with an Israeli foreign ministry official in
Jerusalem several days ago, where he informed him that the American Foreign
Ministry has requested the embassy to launch an investigation into the
According to American sources, the military copters currently serve the
drug mafia in the South American country. Top diplomatic sources fear that
this incident will once again heat-up tensions between Israel and the U.S.
and cloud the strategic dialogue between the two countries, which is
scheduled to renew in November, after talks were suspended for more than a
Kosher deal went sour
The dubious affair, which was already investigated by the Israeli Defense
Ministry, and later turned over to the hands of the police, was uncovered
about two years ago.
Investigators revealed that the Defense Ministry signed a deal with an
Israeli company three years ago, contracting it to negotiate the sale of
five IAF helicopters for a sum of USD 100,000 per aircraft.
The ministry permitted the choppers, of a MD 500 Defender model, be sold
either to the Mexican federal police, or to the Spain firefighters
department. However, contrary to the terms of the license, the copters ended
up in Columbia, by way of Canadian mediators.
A Defense Ministry spokeswoman said in response that "after suspicions were
raised that an illicit exchange took place, the ministry launched an initial
investigation into the matter last year."
"According to instructions of the chief prosecutor, the case was handed over
to the police in 2004," she added.
Sources at the Defense Ministry refused to comment on the matter.
Itamar Eichner writes for Yedioth Ahronoth, Israel's leading newspaper

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