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Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002300450001-7 SESSION INFORMATION A. TARGET DATA: Date: ~_Jf Task/Target Number: Y - 7-' Session Number: GI B. PERSONNEL DATA: G y~ Source Number: ! Monitor Number: cJ d-) C. SESSION DATA: Session Start Time: / 3u() Session Stop Time: l y c, Method Used: Oly Distractions/Hunches: D. EVALUATION DATA: Viewer Confidence (H/M/L): Evaluator's Estimate: E. SESSION SUMMARY: The capital of Nigeria will have economic downfall possibly through a natural disaster. Nigeria will need help from other countries. The Columbian government will have changes within its system within 2 to 5 months. The Columbian Cartel will have a downfall because of this and Escobar will be apprehended within 2 to 3 months. An individual by the name of"Shaw" will surface as a progressive leader. The name "Klopneif/Clopness" phonetically surfaced as an Eastern European ruler that will help out economy. The name "Rokne/Roshe" (Roanoke?) phonetically surfaced in connection to a political campagin possibly in New York. The campaign was described as being "tough." France will be more progressive and England will have reforms. Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002300450001-7 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789ROO2300450001-7 /I r' C SOURCE NO: DATE: 16 SEP 92 SUSPENSE: 18 SEP 92 1200 HRS 2. METHOD/TECHNIQUE: Method of choice. 3. BACKGROUND: See attached comments regarding the conduct of a topical search. ---- Conduct a topical search for period ending 18 Sep 92. 5. COMMENTS: Optional Coordinates: 312121/132999 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789ROO2300450001-7 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 CIA-RDP96-00789R002300450001-7 TOPICAL SEARCH - COMMENTS: - The topical search consists of the conduct of a remote viewing session directed against targets whose outcome is in future time. It is predictive in nature and normally addresses targets of distinctive high interest and public notoriety. - Targets may include but are not limited to significant events, accidents, catastrophes, significant political/military events', significant human accomplishments or any other type information that would likely be on front page news. - This project will be initiated Thursday, 20 Feb 92, and will be performed on a regular basis every Thursday for the next month. This project could be extended. - All inputs are due COB, each Thursday. - The "future time window" may be any time between 1 to 6 days following the Thursday session. Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002300450001-7 154,Auplal, In 6-Nation rug Sting Money Laundering Ii(srupted, DEA Says By Sharon LaFraniere Washington Past Suit Wrher ederal drug enforcement offi- ci s said yesterday they have dis- ru ted the money-laundering wing of the leading Colombian cocaine cartel by arresting more than 150 people in six countries and seizing n rly $42 million in illegal drug prfits. rug Enforcement Administra- tiot officials said the three-year undercover effort was the first in stajnce of international cooperation on,' a drug-money-laundering case an the first time authorities uncov- er enough evidence to fink the Cq#ombian Cali. drug cartel to the Si ilian Mafia. ong those charged were sev- en top money managers for the Cali ca el, now Columbia's most pow- e ul cocaine-trafficking organza- ti , according to the DEA. Tom Cl ord, a DEA supervisor in San Di go who coordinated the inves- ti ation, estimated that the cartel at I employs dozens of other top in ney managers. But a DEA s kesman said, "we have taken a CORRECTIONS The date of a walk-through tour of the Corcoran Gallery of Art's exhibit "Cavaliers and Cardinals: Nineteenth Century French Anecdotal I Paintings" with curator Eric I Zafran was incorrectly re- 'ported in a Style article yes- terday. It is Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. t M An article Saturday about California's adoption of leg- islation outlawing employ r ment discrimination on the 4 basis of sexual orientation 'failed to include New Jersey' among other states with sim- ilar laws. Drug Enforcement Administration chief Robert C. Bonner, left, traces money laundering routes used by the Cali cartel. real bite out of their hide with these At the suggestion of cartel oper- seven guys." atives, he said, undercover agents In Rome, a top-ranking Italian set up. fake leather 'goods busi- police official said the arrests would nesses, leasing warehouses in damage the alliance between the Houstoni Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Colombian cartel and the Sicilian Chicago and New York. The cartel Mafia. "We have carried out many members shipped a token amount of operations with the Americans but merchandise but pretended to ex- this is the biggest and most signif- port much more. That generated icant," said police official Achille false paperwork they could then use 'Serra. - to justify their Colombian bank de- After Attorney General William posits of illegal drug profits, Clifford P. Barr authorized the investigation said. in September 1989, Clifford said, Clifford said it took a year to es- DEA agents established a phony tablish the phony corporation, an- investment consulting firm named ? other year to win the trust of the Trans Americas Ventures Associ- cartel and a third to actually run the ates. Undercover agents relied on operation. 4Very slowly, they came informants to introduce-the "firm" to trust us," he said. to the Cali cartel as an efficient col- Just before the arrests, under- lector of drug profits. cover agents arranged to receive "Our whole purpose was to ar- cocaine shipments that were then range the collection.. of funds," seized. Three hundred kilos of co- said Clifford. "We :.told . them .we .: came is still "on its way on a boat," had, the capability to collect any-.. .he said. . where in the world. We told them ,,.,Vndercover agents were able to ings and parties in San Diego, Cos Rica and Italy. DEA Administrat Robert C. Bonner said that wh some were arrested abroad, he e United States. Bonner said 112 arrests` t place in the United States, 29 Italy and the rest in Canada, En police officials said one defendan who had 12 different identities, d vised some of the cartel's more i genious methods of smugglin fied five bogus organizations th helped the cartel launder mone rights group, police said. About 70 of those arrested in t United States were "cell heads a cell members"-worker bees in t cartel, according to Clifford. T rest were more significant player he said. .. we had representatives. ?in;- other. - convince the seven alleged money Special correspondent Clare Pedyic CPYRGHT Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002300450001-7