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November 28, 1994
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Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500010031-0 DATA SUMMARIES Project 94-275-0 (Phase II) (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) Following are the perceived highlights from each source. Tasking given was: "Access and describe future operations and intentions of - (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) Source A: SG1A -- is a powerful man. Where he lives is designed/furnished in black and white on the interior to include vertical blinds. There is a young woman around him who is like family or is his daughter. She is hispanic in appearance with long/brown hair. The name Teresa phonetically surfaced. Money is sought for shipments of drugs by Miguel Rodriguez Orejuel throughout the month of November. The Cali Cartel is dangerous and will stop at nothing to achieve their ends. - (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) Source B: -- Session 02: Too much noise and information coming in at once. Concepts perceived were: 1) a mountain valley with :heavily wooded side slopes; 2) a small two engine plane traveling between a large jet-sized airport and a smaller cosmopolitan landing strip; 3) large black duffle bags blatantly used to carry contraband in; and 4) large bells reminiscent of church bells. -- Session 03: This session was much less cacophonous than the aforementioned. As outrageous as it may sound, an AV (advanced visual) of the word SPAN was perceived. -- The intended delivery is to be between 9 and 13 November 1994 (see previous session(s) concerning this project). REPRODUCTION REQUIRES APPROVAL OF ORIGINATOR OR HIGHER DOD AUTHORITY FURTHER DISSEMINATION ONLY AS DIRECTED BY DIA/PAG OR HIGHER DOD AUTHORITY CLASSIFIED BY MULTIPLE SOURCES DECLASSIFY ON OADR NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS STAR GATE LIMDIS SG1A Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500010031-0 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500010031-0 The intended delivery locations are either Monterrey or San Luis Potosi. The facility at Durango has been chosen as a last minute alternate location. -- The illegal cargo will be stashed in an oddly-shaped container (see sketch A(a)) which feels like it splits down the middle. There is a refueling truck with a white and green logo on its side (see sketch A(b)) at the landing location (within the cargo carrier section of the airport). The name of the refueling company has something to do with mountains. -- The container will be removed unopened from the aircraft and pulled to an isolated section of a large, open building. There are 3 or 4 large aircraft stored in this building. The container will be placed intact within a semi trailer. It will be taken to a building that feels like an auto/truck repair shop or an auto/truck parts warehouse. However, contradictorily, this building has, or has had, an association with musical instruments reminiscent of horns (bell- shaped long tubes). -- Within the vicinity of the container is an old car i.e. a so called vintage- or classic-type auto. It is long and shiny green. Also within the vicinity of the container are lots of chemical smells and numerous containers of different appearing (as well as smelling) liquids. These smells give me a headache and are extremely nauseating. -- The container will sit unopened for awhile within a cluttered section of the building with little or no apparent human activity. There has been a white substance either injected or molded into portions of this container. There is a mostly bald man with a huge mustache (see sketch A(c)) receiving the container. He is standing there and just looking at the container as if he were analyzing something. -- There is definitely a death associated with this particular shipment. qPBGRVFP= NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS STAR GATE LINDIS Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500010031-0 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500010031-0 -- A name came up: Arturo Casavientes or Casevente. I sense he is associated somehow with the warehouse in which the container will be stored. -- There is an explosion associated with this operation. I sense that it has to do with a curved doorway or hatch cover along a side or bottom curved surface of the aircraft. There will be smoke and a fire. -- There are 2 or 3 long, rectangular boxes sitting within a room which is very cold and chilly. There is sort of a frosted appearance with smoke or mist "puffing" out into the room. The concept of the "blue-black" eagle was also perceived. - (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) Source C: -- The target individual will continue his operations. The illegal drug here is mostly cocaine. The cocaine is mostly delivered by airplane. This individual and his operations have had continuous success. The airplane loads the cocaine onto other planes and then drops off the cocaine to various parts in Mexico. From Mexico, it comes into the Untied States via large delivery trucks. The next operation will occur within the next several weeks. November and December will be months of high activity for drug trafficking. NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS STAR GATE LIMDIS Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500010031-0