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April 25, 1990
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Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000900230016-1 __-_____. STIPPLED/NOFORN UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SPECIAL ACCESS REQUIRED memorandum REPLY TO ATTN OF: SG1A 25 Apr 90 DT-S SUN STREAK Report - 9021 1. (S/STD/NF) On 24-25 April 1990, four remote viewers (003, 018, 025 and 079) conducted a total of ns to answer requirements against the vessel whose SG1A recent, last known location was in a sma Wort ~.ra.A ikn^ n MM of marijuana "as early as 24 April 1990." Several call signs have been/will be used with this endeavor. The customer's EEI was as follows: a. Where and when will the target vessel off-load/effect a surface (ocean) transfer of the contraband in the form of drugs? b. Determine the describe the target vessel's route of travel. c. Determine the destination of the contraband in the form of drugs. d. Describe the vessel. e. Identify call signs associated with the vessel. 2. (S/STD/NF) 003 reported that the is as broad beamed motor sailer, with a round stern; a blunt, rounded bow; wood construction, and wood grained in color with green trim and a white-topped cabin roof. The cabin is aft and there appears to be at least two masts and a short, blunt bowsprit. A possible call sign associated with the vessel is approximately "Mike India X-ray 7 Oscar." The vessel intends to effect of a transfer of contraband near dawn on 25 April 1990 at 13 30' N/74 50' W. From this point, whatever vessel is carrying the contraband will proceed north between Jamaica and Haiti, around the eastern corner of Cuba, through the Bahamas to the Miami, Florida area. [NOTE: Mike and India were indicated as possible callsigns by the requestor.] HANDLE VIA SKEET CHANNELS ONLY CLASSIFIED BY: HQDA DECLASSIFY BY: OADR STIPPLED/NOFORN SPECIAL ACCESS REQUIRED Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000900230016-1 OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 (REV. 1-80) GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.6 5010-t14 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000900230016-1 TIPPLED/NOFORN SPECIAL ACCESS REQUIRED SG1A 3. (S/STD/NF) 018 reported that the is presently (24 1300L Apr 1990) still in port awaiting onloading of the contraband. The contraband will be offloaded (for later pick-up) on the northwestern end of a small island in the vicinity of 21 NI 72 W (northwest of the Turk and Caicos Islands). This small island is off the northwest coast of a larger island which resembles the sh a of a Jaguar's head when viewed from the air. SG1A The All is larger than a yacht, but smaller than a commercial sh p. It has black and tan stripes on a white background. It's upper structure has a sloped front. The code phrase "Estoy Calliente" will be used to signify drugs on board. SG1A 4. (S/STD/NF) 025 reported that the will travel to 17N/69W (south of the Dominican Republic, past Puerto Rico and will then travel westward. A nav vessel will be somehow SG1A involved in this process. The esembles local tourist vessels. A call sign associated with it is "Blue Whale," which refers to the size, weight and color of the vessel. 5. (S/STD/NF) 079 reported that the =OR = will take SG1A on a load of contraband at 16N/79/W. This w occur within 48 hours of 241300LAPR90. The vessel will travel in a northwesterly direction and off-load the contraband at 24 30'N/83 20'W within 7-9 days of 25 1000L Apr 1990. An aircraft may be involved. The vessel will make a stop at 25 30'N/83W. A call sign associated with the vessel sounds like "mallot/Mallod/Malloy/Madden/Modden." The vessel is large with rounded portions. the word "LACE" is somehow associated with this operation. 6. (S/STD/NF) At TAB A is a map summarizing all the locations identified by the viewers. SGFOIA3 1 ENCLOSURE MAP ~_______ . TIPPLED/NOFORN SPECIAL ACCESS REQUIRED Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000900230016-1