Dick Cheney Flees U.S. for New Zealand
On the day George W. Bush was arrested for treason and murder, his former partner in crime, Richard Bruce Cheney, also the target of a military arrest warrant, was at Wyoming’s Jackson Airport boarding a CIA-sponsored Boeing 757 bound for New Zealand via an unknown refueling stop, said an Office of Military Commissions source speaking under promise of anonymity.
The military, he told Real Raw News, had hoped to enforce simultaneous arrests, Bush at his Crawford ranch and Cheney at his family’s property in Jackson, Wyoming, but the man who has been called “the most powerful vice president in American history” had absconded by the time U.S. Marines arrived at his door with a “no-knock’ warrant.
“We had the place under surveillance, and Cheney was there 12 hours prior. He must’ve been tipped off. We didn’t know he had an escape and evasion plan mapped out,” our source said.
Marines, upon entering the deserted and dark home, found a concealed “floor door” that opened into a 25’-diameter subterranean tunnel stretching several miles north from the property to a cave mouth near the Snake River, a few miles from the airport. The tunnel was wide enough to accommodate vehicles, and the Marines reported seeing two golf carts, and fresh tire tracks leading into the distance. They traipsed through the tunnel and found at its terminus what our source called a “souped up golf cart” and nearby skid marks indicative of a helicopter touch down.
“We suspected then, and now know as fact, that he fled the home and was whisked away by a helicopter. We guessed it flew him to the airport, but there was zero evidence he was ever there. No security footage, no check-in. It was a mystery. And only recently did we learn that his CIA allies arranged his escape,” our source said.
The draft dodger and alcoholic has undeniably strong ties to the Deep State-run Central Intelligence Agency. In 1974 Cheney unsuccessfully tried to have the Freedom of Information Act revoked on behalf of the CIA, and a year later helped undermine investigations of CIA scandals. He slowed the end of the Cold War in 1989, promoted the global hegemon role for the U.S. in 1992, hid his work with oil companies in 2001 to set energy policy, endorsed torture and warrantless surveillance in the 2000s, played a leading role in trashing Iraq and the Middle East from the Iraq invasion in 2003 to the present, mysteriously went whole days at the White House without his Vice President’s office generating any saved e-mail, and presented a danger to civilians whether they were armed or not by shooting his hunting partner in 2006, ostensibly for the CIA. Not to mention his role in orchestrating 9/11.
In short, the military had good reason to seek his arrest. But the CIA apparently owed him favors.
“We found out the reason Cheney wasn’t seen at the airport is that the helicopter deposited him on the runway where a gassed 757 was waiting for him. He boarded, and it took off immediately. We know it had to refuel somewhere, probably in the southern U.S., because a 757 can’t travel from Wyoming to New Zealand on a single tank of gas. But our contact couldn’t, or wouldn’t, tell us where that was. But he was emphatic that Cheney is now in New Zealand,” our source said.
In closing, he said the military has not abandoned its mission to bring Cheney to justice.