So Reagan deployed a new tactic, denouncing the Sandinistas as a regime that had its hand in the drug trade.For the previous six months, Oliver North and his colleagues at the National Security Council and the CIA had been leaking stories to the Washington press corps charging that the leadership of the Nicaraguan government, including Defense Minister Humberto Ortega, was in league with the Medellin cartel and with Fidel Castro in a hemisphere –wide cocaine-trafficking network.On that March evening, Reagan displayed a series of grainy photographs purporting to show Sandinista officials loading duffel bags of cocaine in a C-123K military transport plane destined for Miami, Florida.“I know that every American parent concerned about the drug problem will be outrage to hear that top Nicaraguan government officials are deeply involved in drug trafficking,” Reagan said.For the minor children of single parents, it offers them the opportunity to meet peers living within the same family structure and thriving.No more standing out in the crowd or feeling isolated because they are part of the single parent family.
Hello everyone-- Attached is the flyer for the 2017 Zone D Conference which will be held in March in Lima, Ohio, This year's conference will be a one day only event with meetings in the morning, then a hearty lunch with workshops in the afternoon, finishing around 5 pm.
In the nonprofit world, we need all the productivity we can get. since great change begins with great sleep, we are hosting a bedding fundraiser..
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“This picture, secretly taken at a military airfield outside Managua, shows Frederico Vaughn, a top aide to one of the nine commandants who rule Nicaragua, loading aircraft with illegal narcotics bound for the United States.” As that magazine editor told his reporter Lawrence Zuckerman, this was precisely the kind of drug story that would end up on the front pages of American newspapers.
But it turned out to be a setup, part of an elaborate sting operation concocted by Oliver North, the CIA, George Bush’s drug task force and a convicted drug runner named Barriman Alder Seal.