Covert operation flew cocaine into the US on former military C-130s operated by CIA proprietary airlines. Marine colonel murdered those who threatened to blow the whistle on illegal narco-trafficking. Other Marines linked to the covert operation met violent deaths. NCIS agents witnessed and participated in crime scene tampering. Colonel James E. Sabow, USMC, had no idea that his life was at risk when he made the decision not to plead guilty to these ridiculous false charges would be dropped at a court martial and other Marines to always have his back. He didn't know that his decision was a threat to those involved in the illegal narco-trafficking of cocaine into the US. Colonel Sabow was found dead on his quarter's patio at Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, Ca, on January 22, 1991 by his wife. The government called his death a suicide, but the forensic evidence and motive support murder by a government assassination team. Both the US Attorney General and the California Attorney General have denied jurisdiction to investigate the death of Colonel Sabow. Burt Nakasone, an NCIS senior executive, was named by former Marine Staff Sergeant January 1991, as the NCIS officer who moved a patio chair on top of the Colonel Sabow's body. The patio chair is part of the official government scenario of suicide. It's extremely unlikely that the Justice Department would consider the deaths of other military personnel, Colonel Angebroad, Gunnery Sergeant Tom Wade and retired Army veteran Kevin linked to transfer of military aircraft to proprietary airlines to import cocaine into the US as worthy of investigation. There's no place in the US government for hired assassins. We are a country of laws. The cold blooded murder of Marines is offensive to all Americans and demands an independent investigation, not a white wash by federal bureaucrats concerned about their careers and Congressmen looking for votes on the next election, and not willing to offend politically powerful interests. Military personnel take an oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. They take this oath pledging their very lives to protect our Constitution and the freedoms enjoyed by all Americans. The allegations of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, narco-trafficking by government officials are serious charges. In the words of US Supreme Court Justice John Marshall, The government of the United States has beenn emphatically termed a government of laws, and not of men. It will certainly cease to deserve this high appellation if the laws furnish no remedy for the violation of a vested legal right.    

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