Saddam’s favorite arms dealer (and at the time the Reagan administration’s) is spending his time trying to get stronger and fighting pending extradition to Columbia.
The aging arms dealer suffers a number of ailments and is staying with his son Garo in Miami as the legal battle plays out. Last Spring when we asked ICE spokesman Dean Boyd about an extradition request pending with the U.S. government from Columbia, Boyd said there was no such request. Apparently Boyd was mistaken.
Take a tour of newly released documents obtained by National Security News Service’s Dave Armstrong that outline Soghanalian’s amazing career on behalf of American intelligence. These documents come from the State Department. Note that one communication is signed by then Secretary of State the George Shultz. Also note that numerous key documents were withheld from National Security News Service. We are, as usual, appealing.