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November 4, 2016
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May 18, 2000
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April 2, 1990
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Approved For Rele se,2A00/ $1Q8 : A-RD 96-00789R000900350017-7 9011 2 APR 90 7 Possible locations (use matrix) 1. C5 center of the block 2. E5 upper right of the block 3. F/G 5/6 around the intersection of the lines. 4. D8 lower left 5. E3 6. B/C 2/3 7. A/B 9/10 Description of the areas: Description #1 (only 15% confidence factor, but may be helpful for details or confirmatory data): - The drugs are located in an area that includes low structures, buildings, roads and a runway. It is a family attraction for those who can afford it. - There is a person who is an older man with white, thinning hair and glasses in whose house most of the drugs are hidden. The house includes a library and has shelved books and a globe. - The remainder of the drugs are hidden under the floor in the back of a plain white van. The "pure substance" is in small grey-blue plastic tub containers and is transported in brown cardboard boxes. - There is another structure to the left of the house, hexagon- shaped, with tinted rectangular windows. There are tennis courts further to the south. Description 42: - The large metal box holding the drugs is partially out of the ground, as if it impacted or was sloppily buried. The area around the box is flat with prickly, scrub vegetation eight to ten feet high. Nearby there is an area of shallow, brackish water with mosquito larvae. Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000900350017-7