TASKER JT4-067-90

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November 4, 2016
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April 26, 2000
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July 18, 1990
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Ap jdved For Release 2000/08/08: CIA-RDP96-00789RO01100190002-8 Tasker JT4-067-90 (18 Jul 90) SG1A SG1A Target: Port of EEI: 1. What vessels are in port (description/name)? 2. What area of the port is involved in drug trafficking? 3. Are any vessels, now in port, (going to be) carrying drugs? 4. If yes, which ones? 5. Provide any other information available. Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789RO01100190002-8 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789RO01100190002-8 Feedback on JT4-067-90 (18 Jul 90) OOD: 180900L Jul SG1A There are currently 6 vessels in The southernmost portion of the dock is used for drug smuggling. The long warehouse next to the dock in involved in storing drugs. Drugs will be transferred to one of the vessels on 19 July. The vessel has a green hull and is long. It has two things sticking up (superstructure and boom or crane?) (smokestacks?). It is located at the southern side of SG1A OOG: 180900L Jul SG1A There are currently many vessels at which are not involved in drug smuggling. The vessels which do occasionally carry drugs are centrally located. More action regarding drug smuggling operations will occur in August. Look for a vessel with a white hull and red superstructure. Also, an average sized blue vessel is involved with drug activities. Cocaine is the predominent drug carried by these vessels. OOB: 181543L Jul SG1A There are currently 8 vessels at three of which are involved in drug smuggling. One (noted as #C on diagram, page 6A) is carrying drugs from somewhere else, and is of no consequence to any drug activities at this port. This ship may have a home port of Aruba. Another (noted as #E on diagram, page 6A) does not presently have contraband aboard, but is in position and waiting to be loaded. This ship is named (name approximated from sounds) "SOLARE "/ "Solar (flare?)"/"Solar (day?)". A third ship (noted as #F in diagram, page 6A) also does not presently have drugs, but is presently in a holding position, away from the dock, waiting to get into the proper position to load them. The port areas which are involved in drug activity are a tetrazoid shaped building just upland from the dock (noted as #1 in diagram, page 6A). A person who is responsible for directing and organizing the drug activities works here. A second location is a warehouse (noted as #2 in diagram, page 6A), in which marijuana is stored on a "loft" area to the right of the main entrance. A third area (noted as #4 on diagram, page 6A) is a loading facility for the dock. This facility has a lower level (impression that it is hidden among the pier pilings) which is used for temporary storage of contraband to be loaded onto the ships. The loading of the contraband is done only from this place, and it is necessary for the ship to be docked right beside it. Any ship which comes into port and does not dock at this position cannot pick up drugs from this port. Additional information: A small location was found (noted as #3 on diagram, page 6A) where a small (1-2 man) boat lands regularly at night to steal goods from the warehouse. Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789RO01100190002-8