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[Coke and heroin (since the 1700's)--the main drug earners of Big Brother alongside Pharma drugs. If any illegal drug was Satanic this would be it, especially the CIA designed crack. The number one Satanic Pharma drugs are the Benzodiazepines, in terms of numbers addicted and being the nastiest addiction.]
See: Nicaragua Heroin
Peter Dale Scott
 Drugs, Oil, and War: The United States in Afghanistan, Colombia, and Indochina
 Barry & 'the Boys' : The CIA, the Mob and America's Secret History by Daniel Hopsicker
 Dark Alliance by Gary Webb
 Powderburns: Cocaine, Contras and the Drug War by Celerino Castillo & Dave Harmon
 Lost History: Contras, Cocaine, the Press & "Project Truth" by Robert Parry
 Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA by Terry Reed, John Cummings.
 THE BIG WHITE LIE by Michael Levine.
 Cocaine Politics: Drugs, Armies, and the CIA in Central America by Peter Dale Scott & Jonathan Marshall
 DEEP COVER by Michael Levine
 The Iran-Contra Connection: Secret Teams and Covert Operations in Reagan Era by Jonathan Marshall, Peter Dale Scott, Jane Hunter
 OUT OF CONTROL by Leslie Cockburn.
 Our Man in Panama by John Dinges, (NY, New York: Random House, 1991);
 Murray Waas, "Cocaine and the White House Connection", Los Angeles Weekly, Sept. 30-Oct. 6 and Oct. 7-13, 1988;
Johnson, Haynes, SLEEPWALKING THROUGH HISTORY, New York, W.W. Norton & Company, 1991. Pg. 261-274, 292-293 History of the Reagan years traces the relationships of William Casey, Manuel Noriega and the Medellin cocaine cartel.
Parry, Robert, FOOLING AMERICA, New York, William Morrow and Company, 1992 Several sections discuss Contra cocaine smuggling in this book which describes how Washington insiders twist the truth and manufacture the Conventional Wisdom.
Persico, Joseph E., CASEY, New York, Viking Penguin, 1990, pg..478-481 Biography on former CIA director William Casey briefly explores the relationships between the CIA and drug traffickers, as well as the protection of narco-CIA assets.
Terrell, Jack with Martz, Ron, DISPOSABLE PATRIOT: REVELATIONS OF A SOLDIER IN AMERICA'S SECRET WARS, Washington, DC, National Press Books, 1992 ISBN 0-915765-38-1 An American soldier goes to fight the Sandinistas in Nicaragua. But he discovers that the most dangerous war is the political infighting of Washington as politicians and covert operatives fight to save their political skins ans stay out of jail.
National Security Archive Documentation Packet: The Contras, Cocaine, and Covert Operations (Washington, DC).