Brackers kick back on chopper-base plan

| 17/12/2020 | 146 Comments
Cayman News Service
Young Brackers explore the West End Turtle Kraal

(CNS): Activists on Cayman Brac are fighting a proposal by a private aviation company that is planning to set up a mysterious helicopter operation near the island’s airport at an environmentally sensitive location. Daggaro was recently given planning permission for a hanger and related administration building, from where the owners say they will run medevac or search and rescue operations with two Black Hawk military helicopters.

However, some Brackers have a number of major concerns about the proposed project and are now planning a public meeting on Saturday evening at the Brac Reef Resort to plan a strategy to put a stop to the project. Residents believe this will not bring any benefits to them and will have significant negative consequences on the environment and their quality of life.

A number of nearby property owners who are directly affected are already planning to appeal the decision to approve the project by the Cayman Brac and Little Cayman Development Control Board. The National Trust for the Cayman Islands, which owns an important cultural site nearby, is also said to be appealing the decision. But the wider Brac community is also kicking back against this proposal and efforts are underway to launch a concerted people-led campaign to stop it.

“This project is an anathema,” said Martin Keeley, a retired teacher and well known mangrove expert and conservationist, who is hosting the meeting. “It is totally out of character with the Brac’s peace, tranquility and ambience.” People live on the Brac and visit the island largely for those reasons, he told CNS.

“The noise factor alone is enough to reject this proposal, whether its 110 decibels impact nearby homes or guests visiting the Brac Reef Hotel or the condominiums, all of which are at the west end of the island, not to mention the proximity of West End Primary School,” Keeley said.

But the conservation expert said the noise, culture and conservation issues were not the only concerns residents have, as he pointed to the secrecy surrounding the project, noting that almost no one on Cayman Brac had been told about the plan and its subsequent approval.

“There was no public involvement, which is why we are holding the public meeting on Saturday,” he said. “What is this really for? Every statement made by the proponents at the DCB hearing and in other media as well as on their website is contradictory. The real reasons are opaque.” Keeley said there were just too many unanswered questions.

At a recent meeting of the Trust’s Brac District Committee, the members went through the catalogue of concerns that have arisen since the project was given the green light. They also questioned the lack of accessible, transparent information available to the general public. The Brac committee has now produced an objections report, which details the catalogue of issues surrounding the project.

The proposed site would see the only remaining remnant of tropical dry forest in the Brac’s far West End razed. This contains a wealth of biodiversity, included dozens of native trees and habitat for several significant species, especially the critically endangered Sister Islands rock iguana. There are believed to be just over 100 of these extremely rare iguanas left on Cayman Brac and losing this slice of habitat will have a major impact on the population and their future survival. And Birds even further afield will be disturbed by helicopter activity.

Brackers are also very concerned that the West End Turtle Kraal and Nurse Smith Pond and Cave, which are part of the larger system of wetlands, is under threat. Not only is this an environmentally sensitive site but a culturally significant one too. At the meeting several members said the importance of losing this historic heritage site could not be over-emphasized, especially considering how few such cultural sites remain on the Brac.

During the recent DCB meeting, a member of Daggaro’s management team arguing for the project had called this important heritage site a “hole with nothing but stagnant, stinking water”.

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The coming and going of military helicopters, which are both noisy and intrusive, will also put an end to the West End Community Park, Cayman Brac’s only wooded, multiple-use community park with the island’s best equipped and most used children’s playground, an exercise loop trail and an outdoor amphitheater.

Some Brac residents who have been following developments surrounding the project and attended the DCB meeting have said that Daggaro failed to demonstrate that there is any need for this project or for their services. At the Trust meeting, this concern was echoed as no one seems able to identify any social or economic benefits for residents of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, or even Grand Cayman.

The district committee was also disturbed by the government’s failure to require even a basic environmental concept paper and economic analysis, if not a complete environmental impact assessment (EIA) and full cost-benefit analysis.

Dagarro has no demonstrable track record or any operations elsewhere, and there is no proof that it has ever carried out any of the proposed activities, successfully or otherwise, nor does it have contracts with any government in the region or letters of support.

See the report by the Brac District Committee meeting in the CNS Library

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  1. Anonymous says:

    John, you’re clearly a moron, barely literate at that! I was responding to a post which referenced the Iran-Contra deal in the context of nefarious matters connected to Cayman – obviously you didn’t read that. What does your reference to Russia, Cuba and Israel have to do with anything??

    BTW, just try bring in suitcases of raw cash these days and see how far you get!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    To the argument on Daggaro. They advertised from May they were operating in Cayman yet all local news only brought it up in December and that the approval was given in November. Even the website said this.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Here we go again!

    The Brac’s great conspiracy theorists!

    Sometimes deals have to happen to get investment.

    I say we stop get the information and move forward as best as possible. We can definitely figure this out. We must go forward or when the pension money finishes and the borders open, the Brac will need more government assistance!

  4. Anonymous says:

    8.41am Nailed it. This is all poli6tics and the way these people who can’t run for office can still control things. Look at the names of activists from Grand Cayman promoting this objection and you will see names like Shirley Roulstone , Taura Ebanks, Lindddda Clark , Alric Lindsay. Where was these people when Brac youth needed sports facilities etc? Nowhere. Now all of a sudden the care. My foot. Just politics pure and simple. Watch for these names to show up come nomination day.

    • Anonymous says:

      «Where was these people»? priceless!

    • Anonymous says:

      where were Juju and Moses?

      Brackers don’t even consider themselves as Caymanians.

      • Anonymous says:

        Brackers consider themselves as equal Caymanians.

        It’s Caymanians in Grand Cayman who don’t see Brackers as Caymanians.

        Source: Too often at work I overhear a coworker belittling the Brac and the people there, forgetting that I was born and raised there.

        Too often at work I have to contemplate if my salary is worth less than breaking their jaw.

  5. Black Hawks Matter says:

    Jeez i hope all the experts here are wrong. If not, can They should solve the problem of how the pyramids were built with all the investgative sources. Red dawn will surely happen. FYI thats a movie..

  6. anon says:

    It’s the ABI (Alden’s Bureau of Investigation) who have set up an undercover operation to investigate the paving of private driveways using public funds.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Iran-Contra??!! That money was passed through Cayman Islands. I know, I took the President of the particular bank which handled the deal to the airport to collect Adnan Khashoggi, the world’s largest arms dealer. Bank was later investigated for “irregularities” and is no longer in operation and the President, a Canadian national, has since passed away.

    • John says:

      An ur point is what?? We obviously have the same banking system as back then because everyone knows it’s easy to bring in suitcases of cash an deposit it in cayman account.

      Yes the US oh wait what about the Russian, Cuba , Israel an any other gov group setting up shop here. Lay off what ever your smoking!

      I have never seen so many experts peddling their BS theories….

  8. Anonymous says:

    In other words Brackers do not want or need any “other” businesses on the Brack. CIG pays all their bills already.

    • Live Free.... says:

      FYI, The Brac is a District not standalone Island, that’s why I personally don’t support this project, we don’t need another rescue operation, we already have a Police Chopper and a rescue operation team and have done successful rescues, I think we might have another Police Chopper in the near future. So What is the benefit of this Company again?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Build one in GCM first.
    Brac’ers will soon be screaming where’s ours

  10. Anonymous says:


  11. Anonymous says:

    Any flights to Bolivian or Venezuala in progress?

    • Anonymous says:

      Too far for a Blackhawk. A drone now….

      • Anonymous says:

        They’re air re-fuellable – Venezuela (note the spelling) would be really pushing it but Honduras, Nicaragua, Belize and Mexico are easy runs. I doubt you even know where Bolivia is.

        • Anonymous says:

          Air refuelable sure – so now you have to fly a C130 or another inflight refueler all the way from the US to fuel her – and if you are going to do that why do you position the chopper here? Insertion into Venezuela or Bolivia from here doesnt make sense. Bit if you read the thread and see that they were seeking permission to maintain and operate drones from the Brac – then it makes sense

          • Anonymous says:

            7:11 The only thing that doesn’t make sense here is any of that comment. Your ‘English’ needs a bit of work as well. Go back to school and post again when you’ve got a half-decent education.

  12. Anonymous says:

    [Expletive delted in minecraft]

  13. Anonymous says:

    Exercise your right to vote. That will quickly change minds.

    • Anonymous says:

      Here we go again. A handful of retired expats who have taken up residence in the Brac are working to keep Brackers in the dark ages. News flash Brackers want more on our island than bars and old expats. We want new employers that give us a better lifestyle so our kids don’t have to leave us.

  14. Tip me over says:

    If they ever land on the airport runway they need to look out for the drag racing fire trucks.

  15. Well Sah says:

    Both MLA’s (oh, I’m sorry – MP’s) for CYB and LCM are Ministers of Cabinet and neither one of them has felt the need to meet with their constituents and tell them what this is about and ask for their input?
    Well, well. I hope they remember that in May when they vote.

  16. Anonymous says:

    In reviewing the backgrounds of the principals on LinkedIn who own Amalfi Capital that is behind this effort on the Brac, there are 2 people – one a Chinese woman and the other an American man who now lives in China. He has a sketchy work history and exploring the other companies they have interest in leads one to realize that none of them are remarkable. This particular one is outside the realm of the others and has a flavor to it that reeks of something sinister. I see absolutely no benefit to Cayman Brac in having them here but I do see tremendous problems with having them here. I can’t imagine that this will be approved. If it is it will be far beyond the approval of the citizens of the island and that is not a good thing for politicians. Can it as fast as you can! Surely the Brac can come up with something honest and worthy of the good people who live there.

    • Anonymous says:

      But the Governor says the UK has done due diligence on them and they are ok 😉

    • Anonymous says:

      Anything with a Chinese connection has a smell should be avoided.

    • Anonymous says:

      A lot of Chinese money circulating on these islands recently, through proxies, backing real estate developments and purchasing commercial property.

      There isn’t anything wrong with that per se but there is a lack of transparency as to the real players involved.

      • Anonymous says:

        Recently? LOL, where have you been for the past two decades? Chinese money has been passing through Grand Cayman in some pretty impressive tax scams for many years and if you look hard enough it’s well documented.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Various alphabet soup intelligence agencies have used British Overseas Territories for things done away from prying eyes for decades.

    Anybody interested can look at what has happened on Diego Garcia or even look up Iran-Contra for those too young to remember.

  18. For Crying in my soup~ says:

    Does anyone know what time the meeting is taking place tomorrow evening at Brac Reef???

    CNS: Click on the flyer near the bottom for more details. It’s 6pm.

  19. Anonymous says:

    No, I am not real. I’m just trying to get MORE MONEY.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Blackhawk helicopters are never near the first choice for civilian search and rescue operations – or indeed, any civilian application! There is something nefarious to this proposal and Cayman people aren’t getting all the info!!


    • Anonymous says:

      The Black Hawk is the US Army version of the Sikorsky S-70 family of helicopters.

      The US Air Force has the HH-60 which is called a Pave Hawk

      The US Coast Guard, which these ships will be configured as for SAR purposes is the HH-60 Jayhawk.

      The US Navy has the SH-60 which is called the Seahawk
      Look them up, see the differences and similarities and how the configurations differ.

      I am sure someone just grabbed a name because it would stir up controversy, just like the media does so well..

      • Anonymous says:

        FYI, these are ex-military UH-60s converted under a very restrictive contract for civilian use. Their conversion, sale and use is subject to strict US government sanction. In simple terms – if the US didn’t yes to this it would never be happening. You figure that out!

  21. Anonymous says:

    CIA “contractor” undercover operation.

  22. Dr. Ewil says:

    If it was me, a much better secret lair would be deep inside one of the big holes them quarry boys have dug on the Bluff. I might even pay one million dollars!

  23. Anonymous says:

    These people have short memories, they don’t remember what happened in Somalia?

  24. Da Bracster says:

    If only the brackers knew real truth about this foolishness they would remove both their representatives and certain persons in high office that could careless about anyone or anything other than their money. Infact they are at this very moment identifying and watching certain “trouble makers” to carry out harassment and pressure on them to stop this opposition from going on. It’s sad sad this day and age we have sitting politicians and govt officials plotting against their own people because what some fail to grasp the international ramifications of this drone base on the Brac will bring to us all.

    • Anonymous says:

      they buy everything that is being sold to them: bio buttons, COVID killing air filters, well this one was donated, but they have no idea that without proper installation and maintenance it would cause harm……

    • Anonymous says:

      Sound like Da Bracster is going to be running for office and is looking for someting they can oppose.

  25. Anonymous says:

    What do we want? Investment and jobs!

    When do we want it? Never!

    • Anonymous says:

      Jobs? Because the Brac is full of unemployed Blackhawk pilots and service crew.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yeah because an airbase doesn’t need building or maintaining, doesn’t need supplies or security people or fuel, the pilots and service crews don’t need rental properties, food, drink or anything else… do you have even the slightest clue how an economy works?

        • Anonymous says:

          Do you have the slightest clue of how likely it is that anyone other than a US ex military person will be allowed anywhere near this facility?

          • Anonymous says:

            They going to build it and maintain it themselves too? They going to grow their own food and live in the hangar too?

      • Anonymous says:


        It’s estimated that the 2 biggest US airbases in Germany, home to 40k US personnel, alone contribute $1.7bn to the local economy and support 27,000 jobs locally. That’s $170k a year spent in the local economy and almost 3 local jobs for every 4 US servicemen.

        • Anonymous says:

          Yep. 40k personnel needs a lot of logistics support, and because it’s all in the open no issue with local staffing. You can’t hide 40K airforce personnel or pretend it’s a civilian operation. A handful of people running a setup with a single hangar and only employing ex US military because honest to this they are a search and rescue operation – well first doesn’t need a lot of external support, and if it is a bit hunky, sure as shoot not going to allow any Caymanians inside the fence to find out.

        • Anonymous says:

          And we care about US servicemen because?….


          • Anonymous says:

            You’re right. PMC’s, pilots and aircraft techs have even more disposable income to spend in the local economy. Honestly the economic illiteracy on here sometimes is baffling.

  26. Mr Pointer says:

    The Brac needs this you idiots why are you ruining our chances to make big money $$$$$ for Moses which will trickle down or up to Long Beach and the bluff so what if a few trees get mash down baaaah humbug you bunch tree huggers better get wid the program or no groceries from you know who supermarkets yah bunch nincom poops. So what if the Cubans no like it and will close our airspace down we need the bread$$$$$ yah bunch idiots it’s time for the Brac Mafia to rise and Moses get his reputation back from all the great tings he has done for you ungrateful drugheads up yah let’s be a part of the world political scene and get our island name out deh ! We will be No 1 like da good old days again .Come guys we gots to do better than this protest foolishness .we need to locate who is behind this and ban them from our special place !

  27. Anonymous says:

    SMH … yea, chase away another golden opportunity to get ‘something’ started on the Brac … no we don’t want hotels. no we don’t want golf-courses, no we don’t want medical school or solar plant stations! In the mean time, the young people leave in droves, seldom returning unless it is to return to their parental home as squatters due to bad choices on the mainland. The only business models thriving on the Brac are the ever increasing number of bars that cater to the national pass-time up there: getting drunk nightly! Yes, I know this all sounds harsh but its real talk and the dying island of Cayman Brac needs to wake up.

    • Anonymous says:


    • Anonymous says:

      Preach the truth!

    • Anonymous says:

      Lots of social media specialist in Brac and Cayman that will be against everything. Brac had a thriving boutique hotel and there was so much negativity that the owner gave up and sold out. Be sure those same people and their friends will kill this project and then try to run Dart out of Brac too.

      • Anonymous says:

        He gave up because he couldn’t cause the government to plow a channel from the stinkpond to the sea and develop it into a marina. Oh, and build a drawbridge over it.

        He built his hotel on the wrong side of the road, based upon political promises of pocket-lining and free construction.

        By the way, he “sold” it to his offspring, who are again operating a successful business.

        • Anonymous says:

          8:30 am, your are a fool or a drunk. You don’t know spit about that Hotel, so keep your mouth shut until u know the truth about it, ok.

  28. Anonymous says:

    CNS Library, CIAA meeting on the 16th September 2019. Item 7.2. Daggaro are looking to bring in materials for the assembly and testing of drones. Where does this figure? No mention, something does not add up at all. Perhaps CNS you should ask what they are doing in this regard, and why they are pretending to be some disaster management team with no support or income stream.

    CNS: Wendy is working on various threads to this story.

    • Anonymous says:

      Search and recovery for square grouper clientele. Why else would they need their own private international arrivals and departures air field outside the operation and oversight of Customs and Border Control and Immigration personnel?

  29. Anonymous says:

    When was this ever used as a turtle kraal?

    • Anonymous says:

      The disgraceful turtling history of Cayman needs to be forgotten and erased.

      • Anonymous says:

        history should never be forgotten, even bad history, or we will never learn from our mistakes.

        Turtling was an important industry for over a century, just like wrecking and slavery, the early settlors of the islands would not have survived with out them.

        • Anonymous says:

          Disgusting eating harmless turtles. Then the early settlers should have left.

          • Anonymous says:

            Turtles harmless? They’re violent creatures, which kill children just for the pleasure of doing so.

            • Anonymous says:

              Just because they know martial arts doesn’t mean they are violent! In fact, they use those skills to battle petty criminals, evil overlords, mutated creatures and alien invaders!

          • Anonymous says:

            Then you wouldn’t be here.

          • Anonymous says:

            10:50 am, eating harmless turtles , do u eat harmless chickens, cows, turkeys etc ?. You are one big fool and idiot.

        • Marcia Meade says:

          I have never come across any suggestion or evidence that the Cayman Islanders, particularly those of the Brac had anything to do with the Slave trade. I’ve been researching ancestry and history for many years. I’m a direct descendant of Robert Scott, one of the brothers who founded Cayman Brac. Therefore I must contradict your baseless statement.

      • Anonymous says:


      • Hippo critics alert says:

        OK ban seal and polar bear hunting in the USA and Canada. What despicable practices these are too.

      • Anonymous says:

        To this honorable right eediot, Oh geesus! Lord so help me. It’s a good thing you can hide behind this, these are fighting words. So I must forget 10 generations of my family? I must forget how our people struggled to survive, how we used our waters to become the most resilient people in the Caribbean, the best sailors and boat builders known to man outside of the Viking history? I must forget that when other Caribbean countries had each other, and thriving agricultural industries, we had nothing? And we had to make do with nothing until the middle of the 20th century? I must forget how hard my grandfather and father worked so that you can come here and bad mouth MY heritage. I must forget that turtle (and thatch rope) was all we had when we had no sheep, goats, cows and horses? I must forget my traditions? …how to cook turtle, the way my grandmother taught me, how to thank the lord above for another days survival? How to build a krawl with logwood Nd thatch rope and hand made tools? I must forget how turtle fishing allowed us to trade internationally? How our turtle fishermen were highlighted for their skills in National Geographic in the 1940s? I must forget that we used every part and every scrap for food, and craft and tools and hair combs and trophies of adventures at sea? I must forget how many of our men never returned from their journeys at sea because they were heading out to find a way to provide for their families? You right honorable POS, come off yah high horse and respect the place of which you live and survive and now trudge your path to success. Oh geesus! Thank you father for letting this ignorant person stay hidden, cuz God knows if they had said that in a West Bay bar they wouldn’t have seen the next morning’s blessed sunrise. From Anonymous!!

        • Anonymous says:

          “, the best sailors and boat builders known to man outside of the Viking history”

          That’s a tad ambitious surely. Biggest boats built here were schooners, and they sailed to Honduras and the Western Caribbean – you want to compare that to peoples like the Polynesians or the Phoenicians?

        • Anonymous says:

          You are a delusional fool.

          Is this what they teach in the local schools?

  30. Anonymous says:

    How small minded people have become. Imagine what they said about Brother King building the bluff road? The football field is another example. Everyone thought how stupid. Maybe those killed the iguanas too?

    Come on brackers. Have some forward thinking. This will be good for all. Maybe not a trained pilot, yet, but what about the people who have to build the place? Those who have to shop here? What about the landlords who will collect rent? The government who will collect duties and fees. This can only be a step in the right direction!

    Full support from the silent majority!

    • Anonymous says:

      This project makes no sense. And it would be nice if just once we looked past the so-called financial benefits to the actual costs. In this case it’s easy to see the costs outweighs the benefits. But the issue is deeper than that. This proposal has got to be a front for something else. There is no way they can make money doing search and rescue and air ambulance services from the Brac.

      • Anonymous says:

        Typical answer from another bracket who moved away and wants to just come back and live far off their cayman money instead of fight the daily struggle of life on the Brac.

        Let Cayman Brac progress!

        You haven’t been here, you’re putting your ideas forth without thinking about the future of the island. No wonder the Brac can’t get anywhere!

    • Anonymous says:

      Judging by the likes to dislikes ratio, the silent majority does NOT support this!

    • Anonymous says:

      How did they know anyone would use the football field? The players didn’t have any contracts or games scheduled it. Following the reasoning of this moronic article.

      • Anonymous says:

        How stupid. It is not like Cayman Brac didnt have a football field. This is to FIFA standards and thete has been several tournaments here.

    • Anonymous says:

      Brother King built wells so people could have water to drink and wash with.

      Brother King built a hospital with the help of men in the community (some of which learned the construction trade and still make a living from it today) which benefited all who live and visit there for decades.

      Brother King helped to install a mass communication system that allowed the Brac to have better radio connectivity and a life line to the outside world.

      I don’t think Brother King would even see a benefit to this helicopter launch pad/rescue business.

  31. Anonymous says:

    Follow the money. Who will get the big bucks??????????

    • Anonymous says:

      When a person of colour with lesser means comes to these islands trying to peddle drug money or clean their dirty laundry, we are all up in arms. But when they come with their blond hair and blue eyes trying to do the same thing, we turn a blind eye? We need to take back our land, our dignity and all that comes with the strength to stop the vanity and greed of the few who are wealthy. We are larger in number, and there is power in numbers.

  32. Last Man Standing says:

    Which big-shot Caymanian politicians are pushing this?

  33. Anonymous says:

    True say. It really is a puddle of stinky water. Holds no value for the Future of the Brac.

  34. Anonymous says:

    Listen, the CIA needs the base to carry out more terrorism and death on people.

    Please move on, nothing to see

    • Anonymous says:

      Try the Chinese Communist Party not the CIA. The Chinese are establishing all over the Caribbean buying off people. Check the Chinese connections with the expats behind the project.

  35. Anonymous says:

    One would have though that their representative would have taken the proposal to his/her people first??????

  36. Suspicious says:

    Blackhawks are very expensive to operate. Where will the money come from? Follow the money. Say NO!

  37. Anonymous says:

    Save our sink holes!

  38. Anonymous says:

    Can you please cite your scientifically qualified source for saying the Sister Islands rock iguana is “critically endangered” and “extremely rare”? The lizard lovers love to use those terms, seemingly in their ongoing quest to kill every cat on the Sister Islands, but a source for these ratings never are stated.

    CNS: The reference to the rock iguanas is linked to the National Trust page on them, but if you are in any doubt just ask any Bracker and they will tell you that they are almost never seen any more.

  39. Anonymous says:

    Anything that improves the economy and gives Caymanians opportunities is automatically a bad idea.

  40. Anonymous says:

    Are there any flight restrictions in the sister islands vis-a-vis the intra-day migratory birds that reside in the protected wetland nature reserves and national trust bird sanctuaries? Some of them found nowhere else on Earth? It would be a shame for the Red-footed Boobies to have to now navigate back at dusk through clouds of both a-hole Frigate birds AND Blackhawk helicopters. Their lives are sh#tty-enough as it is.

    Little Cayman is on the official Avibase ecological destination list, just for its birds. Professional “birders”, especially those embarking on a “big year”, are often very wealthy early retirees, sophisticated, sometimes eccentric, and well-travelled. 170 birds on their checklist, just for that island:

    • GOWAMENT says:

      I assure you the “big wigs” in government know not about these publishings. It’s a major reason why they’ll approve anything, complete complacency.

  41. Anonymous says:

    Just wait until the fence goes up. It sounds like a classic Erik Prince/Academi front co (which if that’s the case, doesn’t necessarily rule out minority Chinese ownership). 1. Form opaque Swiss Nominee Co, 2. hire a plausible salad of retired brass, 3. build a small landing zone somewhere where there are no rules, 4. sell the locals whatever they want to hear (like: there won’t actually be any operations in the Cayman Islands, while concurrently applying to build an operations and training base in the Cayman Islands), 5. then peddle access to a pay-to-play islamophobic international rendition facility, and/or low key black-ops stepping stone, without any extradition treaties, and within a two hour return window from the Guantanamo Detention Camp.

    • GOWAMENT says:

      Anyone who even slightly gazed over the Daggaro website and videos can see this is 100% a front company for alternative means. They have 0 information about having ever done or accomplishing anything.

  42. Anonymous says:

    This whole deal is still a complete mystery.

    The use, maintenace and operation of ex-military UH-60s is tightly controlled by the US government to the proverbial ‘duck’s arse’ level so how does a Swiss-registered shell company get access to them?

  43. Anonymous says:


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