Friday, December 02, 2005

Where's Dales? In bed w/ the CIA like Reho

I heard a wacky story on WGMD radio this morning regarding a suspected CIA link and a local Rehoboth Lawyer. I have suspended my month long silent protest of Delawired to post the information garnered from this credible broadcast.

In the following article from the associated press in Romania, notice the link between Rehoboth’s Path Corp and the suspected CIA torture planes.

Further Research indicates that airplanes spotted over many foreign countries, including the icey Iceland, that are said to contain terror suspects escorted by the CIA, are registered to a local Rehoboth company.

N-Number Search

Aircraft Serial Number
Aircraft Manufacturer
Aircraft Type
Fixed wing multi engine
Aircraft Model
Engine Manufacturer
Engine Type
Engine Model
Year Manufactured
Registration Date
07 May 1990
Airworthiness Certificate Type
Approved Operations
The Triennial Aircraft Registration form was mailed and has not been returned by the Post Office.
Aircraft Transponder Code

Information on the above address: One Barbara O’Leary, a real estate lawyer located on Rehoboth Ave.

What we know: Planes spotted in foreign nations contain registration designation registered to the Path Corp of Rehoboth Beach. The address is merely that of a local Real Estate Lawyer.

Any attempts to reach this lawyer have been halted.

Is there really a CIA link to Rehoboth Beach? Are these Really Shell Corporations operating Covertly right before our eyes? Was this really fit for broadcast this morning? Doubt It, clayton.


AP Story:

Nov 25, 9:13 PM EST
Investigator Says Big CIA Prisons Unlikely
By ALISON MUTLER Associated Press Writer
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) -- The head of a European investigation into alleged secret CIA prisons in Eastern Europe said Friday it was unlikely that there were large clandestine detention centers in the region.

Dick Marty, the Swiss senator heading the investigation on behalf of the Council of Europe, said he did not believe a prison like the U.S. base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was possible in the region.

"But it is possible that there were detainees that stayed 10, 15 or 30 days," Marty told reporters, without referring to any country. "We do not have the full picture."

Marty was in Romania for a meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
The council's secretary general, Terry Davis, said he has written to its member nations asking them if they have laws to prevent the transportation of prisoners and secret prisons. The countries have until Feb. 21 to respond.

The council, Europe's main human rights watchdog, began investigations after the Washington Post and Human Rights Watch published reports about CIA planes transporting suspected terrorist through European countries and raised the possibility that the CIA had set up secret detention facilities in Eastern Europe.

Human Rights Watch said flights stopped at the Romanian air base of Mihail Kogalniceanu and Poland's Szczytno-Szymany airport, basing its information on flight logs of suspected CIA aircraft from 2001 to 2004.

Romanian leaders and the Pentagon have denied that the Mihail Kogalniceanu base ever hosted a covert detention center, and the Romanians insist the United States never used it as a transit point for al-Qaida captives. Poland's prime minister said the reports were worth investigating.
The CIA has refused to comment on the European investigation.

Marty has asked the Brussels, Belgium-based Eurocontrol air safety organization to provide details of 31 suspected aircraft that landed in Europe and, according to Human Rights Watch, had direct or indirect links to the CIA.

The Dutch government confirmed Friday that a plane landed at Amsterdam's airport last week belonging to Path Corp., a company previously linked to the CIA.

Also Friday, the Portuguese government said it was consulting with the U.S. government after Diario de Noticias reported Friday that 34 planes that landed in Portugal over the past three years were suspected of involvement in secret CIA operations.

Spanish authorities have investigated at least 10 stopovers on the Mediterranean island of Mallorca by private planes described in Spanish media reports as being operated for the CIA, and a smaller number of similar stopovers in the Canary Islands.


At 2:00 PM, Anonymous Nancy Willing said...

Unreal, thanks for the heads up.
Rehoboth, as the DC resort town, is giving us a black eye. Too much Republican tomfoolery from the faked Abramoff/Scanlon thinktank to CIA rendition flight connections.

At 6:19 PM, Blogger Dickie Dunn said...

Artie, next time you come over could you please arrive by car? I know I have the big, flat field and all but the neighbors are suspicious of the black helicopters. And would you finally remember to take back your X-Files soundtrack too?

At 1:29 PM, Blogger Arthur Dales said...

Trust No. 1

At 11:59 PM, Blogger Dickie Dunn said...

What, but number 2 isn't good? Sounds like bullshit to me.

At 6:51 AM, Blogger Gary said...

COE Press statement



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