THE SECRET HISTORY OF 'COCAINE ONE'
In Search of the American Drug Lords
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Court documents obtained by the MadCowMorningNews shed new light in the
murky tale of an American-registered DC9 caught carrying an astonishing 5.5
tons of pure cocaine in Mexico in early April. A few weeks before PORTER
GOSS, Bush DCIA quit.
The company which owned the seized "Cocaine One" DC9, SkyWay Aircraft of St.
Petersburg FL, leased a 70,000 square foot “repair” facility at DFW Airport
in Dallas for more than $20,000 a month...in a building owned by a man
called “George W. Bush’s biggest supporter” and “the power behind the
throne” during Bush’s first Presidential campaign.
SkyWay, a company with no products, and thus nothing needing "repair,"
nonetheless announced in July 2003 “their newly established Part 145 repair
station” in a building owned by LIT Industrial Texas Limited Partnership, a
venture of Texas real estate giant Trammel Crow, the flagship corporation in
the far-flung empire of billionaire speculator Richard Rainwater.
Ranked among the 100 wealthiest Americans, Rainwater backed George W. Bush
in four separate business ventures, including the Texas Rangers baseball
team from which Bush, who had been drilling “dry holes” until then, profited
handsomely. In a heated 1994 Governor’s race, Texas Democratic Governor Ann
Richards charged Rainwater “owned" her Republican opponent Bush.
Why would a start-up company which doesn’t (and never will) have any
products, spend $20 grand a month to rent a facility to “repair” them?
Summation: The registered owner of an airliner caught with more than five tons of
cocaine had been leasing, for no easily-discernible purpose, an expensive
airport property owned by George W. Bush’s biggest backer.
Eyebrows will be raised.