Saturday, January 22, 2005

CIA twisted plot gone awry?

How could we loose 300 million bux? Leave it to the government!


Earlier this month, according to Iraqi officials, $300 million in American bills was taken out of Iraq's Central Bank, put into boxes and quietly put on a charter jet bound for Lebanon.

The money was to be used to buy tanks and other weapons from international arms dealers, the officials say, as part of an accelerated effort to assemble an armored division for the fledgling Iraqi Army. But exactly where the money went, and to whom, and for precisely what, remains a mystery, at least to Iraqis who say they have been trying to find out...

..Why was $300 million in cash put on an airplane?" Mr. Chalabi asked in an interview this week. "Where did the money go? What was it used for? Who was it given to? We don't know."

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Can airplanes fly in Iraq without the US Intelligence community knowing about it? I don't think so.

Would you be surprised if the bux turned up in some kind of Al Queda plot to blow something up? Not me.

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