This Florida based Gulfstream II jet aircraft # N987SA crash landed on September 24, 2007 after it ran out of fuel over Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula it had a cargo of several tons of Cocaine on board now documents have turned up on both sides of the Atlantic that link this Cocaine Smuggling Gulfstream II jet aircraft # N987SA that crashed in Mexico to the CIA who used it on at least 3 rendition flights from Europe and the USA to Guantanamo's infamous torture chambers between 2003 to 2005.
This particular Gulfstream II (tail number N987SA), was used between 2003 and 2005 by the CIA for at least three trips between the U.S. east coast and Guantanamo Bay — home to the infamous “terrorist” prison camp — according to a number of press reports. The suggestion that a “CIA plane” was flying a huge quantity of drugs toward the U.S. ensured that this incident would attract far more attention than the typical drug smuggling story.
The Gulfstream Jet was initially reported by the Mexican Press as carrying a huge cargo of more than 6 Tons of Cocaine as well as one ton of pure Heroin but a later press release courtesy of the Mexican Military had it dwindled down to only 4 tons of Cocaine with no Heroin whatsoever. By early October the Mexican press announced a 3rd reduction leaving only 3.7 Tons of cocaine followed a few days with 3.6 then later by a 5th and final report from the Mexican Authorities that gave the amount as just 3.3 tons of Cocaine. Draw your own conclusions about the missing 3 ton's of cocaine and the ton of heroin that was first reported. Everybody is out to make money on the drug war even the so called good guys if there is such a thing.
The airplane which had originated out of Fort Lauderdale was returning to the United States from Colombia's Rio Negro JosÃ© MarÃa CÃ³rdova International Airport.
The city of Rio Negro is a suburb of Medillen , Colombia and is also the home town of Colombian President Ãlvaro Uribe who is very close to Bush. Medillen was also the home of the worlds largest Cocaine Cartel for nearly 3 decades and probably still is with just different bosses running it.
The Gulfstream II also had a scheduled refueling stop recorded on it's flight log for Cancun , Mexico. Something went wrong because once the plane crossed into Mexico's Air Space from Belize the Mexican Military began tracking and following it. The Mexican Army and the Air Force also waited for the Aircraft in CancÃºn. The crew clearly had to change that refueling stop and flew west attempting to land at other smaller airports it eventually ran out of jet fuel and crash landed near the tiny Yucatan village of Tixkokob. Apparently their were four individuals aboard the aircraft but initially only one was captured although later 2 more were also picked up but the authorities haven't released all of their names supposedly there were 3 men and one lady but who really knows this whole thing is just crazy. To be honest with relation to the crew of the Gulfstream II N987SA the Mexican Government is being pretty damn silent.