See also this investigation by the late LAPD Detective Gary Wean:
(search for "Pregerson" -- all occurrences)
The dope is coming, simply, thru corridors that have been blessed
by elements within the federal government. General Khun Sa, when
I first met with him and doubted his story that American agents
were the chief handlers, traffickers, negotiators of heroin
coming out of the Golden Triangle, and he asked me a simple
question. He said, "How would I move (In 1986 it was only 600
tons; this year it's 3,000 tons.) 600 tons of opiates on
horseback from this secret base to the free world, if it weren't
for badges and credentials and official aircraft?"
Now, if you've got a better answer than what he gave me, I want
to hear it. Because right outside, on the Burma border, at a
place called Mai Hong Song, Thailand, is a full blown air base.
There is absolutely no reason, because there's really no town.
There's a little village there at Mai Hong Song. It's right on
the border of Burma. And Khun Sa says that his mules in those
days, (now it's 10-ton trucks), but in those days his mules
carried the opium down to the Thai border, loaded it on 10-ton
Thai military vehicles. It was driven to the Mai Hong Song air
base, put aboard official aircraft, and flown then to Bangkok,
and to Singapore, and to Hong Kong, and to ports around the
And, in 1986, it was 600 tons, in '87 it was 900 tons, in '88 it
was 1,200 tons, in '89 it was 2,200 tons, and this year DEA says
it's going to go up to approximately 3,000 tons of opiates.
Business is booming in the Golden Triangle and in the area of
opium and heroin.
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
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Subject: Canada Free Press: Laboratory for Liberals - "California is Destroying Itself. The U.S. is Next," by Alan Caruba (11/17/2012)
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/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964
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