9012, SESSION 02, SOLO, VIEWER #032

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April 16, 1990
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Referral Review by NIMA, Approved For Release 2003/09/09: CIA-RDP96-00789R000700850002-0 SECRET/NOFORN PROJECT SUN STREAK WARNING NOTICE INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED PROjECT NUMBER: 9012 SESSION NUMBER: 02 DATE OF SESSION: 900410 DATE OF REPORT: 900416 START: 1015 END: 1115 MEMODOL.00W: SOLO . VIEWER IDENTIFIER: 032 1. (S/NF/SK) MISSION: Target is the a vessel SG1A believed to be currently involved in narcotics s uggliny. Determine the current location of the vessel. Determine the time, date and location where the narcotics will be unloaded. Describe the activity at the unloading paint at the time of unloading. Determine and describe the vessel's route of travel. 2. (S/NF/SK) VIEWER TASKING: Encrypted coordinates, a map and all the information/requirements stated in the mission statement above. Viewer was provided no further operational data except to be informed of whether s/he has worked this project before. 3. (S/NF/SK) COMMENTS: No f:: :i: reported. 4. (S/NF/SK) EVALUATION: (S/W/SK) SEARCH EVALUATION: MONITOR: 095 HANDLE VIA SKEET CHANNELS ONLY SECRET/NOFORN CLASSIFIED BY: DIA (DT) DECLASSIFY: OADR Approved For Release 2003/09/09: CIA-RDP96-00789R000700850002-0 Approved For Release 2003/09/09: CIA-RDP96-00789R000700850002-0 WORKING PAPER SECRET /STD TASKER FOR 3:84, 1. PROJECT: 9012 (FOLLOW-UP) 2. ENCRYPTED COORDINATES: 411230 / 978814 9 APR 90 3. BACKGROUND: Project involves a contraband narcotics smuggling operation involving a vessel known as the 4. REQUIREMENTS: a. Determine current location of vessel. b. Determine the time, date and location where the contraband in the form of illegal drugs, will be unloaded. c. Describe activity at the unloading point at time of unloading. d. Determine and describe route of travel. 5. COMMENTS: Attached are answer sheets and a map. If the locations you identify are off the map, please inform project manager. Please fill in your answers on the attached answer sheet. If you have information which is in addition to the questions include a summary. Please do not refer to maps/sketches on the answer sheets: these are read directly "as- is" over the phone. So please describe all essential information with words, ie. geographical coordinates, written descriptors, etc. HANDLE VIA SKEET CHANNELS ONLY SECRET/STD Approved For Release 2003/09/09: CIA-RDP96-00789R000700850002-0 Approved For Release 2003/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000700850002-0 ADJUSTED REPORT OF REQUESTED INFORMATION 1. Determine the current location of the Response: the current location is 15 03' N / 31 01' W 103o sT. '07442 90, 2. Determine the date, time, and location where the contraband narcotics will be unloaded. Response: (there are three transfers) a. Date of transfer from large ship to smaller ships (the small ships look like speed boats) is 16 April 90, at approximately 2200 hrs. local time (local means the time where the vessels are). The location of this transfer is 53 03' N / 54 05' W. b. Date and time of second transfer from small vessels to seaplane(s) [this means I have no idea how many seaplanes there are], is within 24 hours of the transfer to occur at 2200 hrs on 16 April 90 and within fifty miles of the original transfer point (53 03' N / 54 05' W). c. At some point during the next several days the seaplane(s) will make landings in small inland lakes and waterways throughout Eastern Canada and the North Eastern United States, At these locations the planes will transfer the contraband to shore based vehicles. I was unable to follow beyond this point. 3. Describe the activity at unloading point at time of unloading: Response: All unloading points will be covered by darkness and will be out of the normal range of sight (this means that a person standing on the shore cannot determine the activity at the transfer point). Unloading/transfers at inland waters can be observed -- but they will be highly secured by armed men on the shore. All downloading is accomplished by hand. 4. Determine and describe the route of travel: Response: From it's current location the vessel is sailing 20 - 25 knots on a heading of 47.5' magnetic (towards the Canary Islands). Once it reaches the vicinity of the Canary Islands it will turn to a heading of 305' magnetic and sail to the vicinity of the transfer point. Approved For Release 2003/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000700850002-0 h aCIiflcvT tcciy7 332- SG1A Approved For Release 2003/09/09 : CIA-R P96-00789R0007008500112,0 (U.K.) v?sertah DENMARK dope gekt! I. UM ECI(r-KINGPOM Dublin l; i?'t}t-)4S .147.`'VZ airt.)7) JRELAN NETHER6:NDS FEDERAL 40 , ?London 2Amste4dem 'REP _ andS"rilquelen"." (FR.) - (potd.-35 \ I SC ? Guernsey (U.K.) Jersey (U.K.) NORTH ' / ATLANTIC N. OCEAN Azores (FORT.) 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