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| CIA/Arms trafficking|
(Arms trafficking, Third rail topic)
|The CIA's efforts to obscure evidence of its arms deals can be grasped from looking at the Arms for Libya case.|
The CIA traffickings in weapons, as part of both off- and on-the books operations.
|Arms for Libya||Around 20 tonnes of C-4 plastic explosive, training in bomb making, together with thousands of rifles, handguns & other weapons sold by a CIA operative to Muammar Gaddaffi's Libya in the late 1970s - early 1980s. Then "the biggest arms-dealing case in U.S. history", still lacking its own page on Wikipedia as of 2020.|
|Arms for Libya 2.0||A replay of the original Arms For Libya, in that a US deep state arms dealer was charged with selling weapons to Libya. However, in contrast to the original case, Marc Turi had a secret ace in the hole which caused the USDOJ to drop all charges and hush the affair up.|
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