According to sources close to the investigation of GOP businessmen Mitchell
Wade and Brent Wilkes in the Duke Cunningham bribery scandal involving GOP members
of Congress and sex escorts, poker parties, hotel suites, and limousines, many
of the behind-the-scenes principals in the affair were involved in the Iran-Contra
scandal of the 1980s. There is a focus on the activities of Porter Goss's CIA
Executive Director Kyle "Dusty" Foggo, who was reportedly assigned
to John Negroponte's death squad and Contra support operations in Honduras in
the 1980s. Foggo is a good friend of Wilkes from their days as students in San
Foggo's past job was in chief of logistics, including contract administration,
for the CIA's main European and Middle East support base in Frankfurt, Germany.
Informed sources believe that Foggo was a key individual in approving contracts
for many of the CIA rendition airline companies responsible for transporting
"Al Qaeda" suspects from and to the Middle East via Frankfurt and
other airports. The owners of these airline companies include many Iran-Contra
veterans who were responsible for flying arms and drugs for the CIA in the 1980s.
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