SubGenius Digest #361

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24 Jan 90 04:08:41 EST

SubGenius Digest #361 24 Jan 90 04:08:41 EST

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I always have trouble telling these apart myself

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Message-ID: <19900124075111.3.MT@OUROBOROS.MEDIA.MIT.EDU>
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 90 02:51 EST
From: Michael Travers <mt@media-lab.media.mit.edu>
To: subgenius@MC.lcs.mit.edu
Subject: I always have trouble telling these apart myself

NORIEGA `COCAINE' REALLY TAMALES

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. military now says 50 pounds of a substance
it seized at a house used by deposed Panamanian leader Manuel Antonio Noriega
turned out to be tamales instead of cocaine as the Army initially said, The
Washington Post reported today.
On Dec. 22, Col. Mike Snell, commander of a U.S. infantry task force,
told reporters his troops had found 50 pounds of cocaine in a house frequented
by Noriega, some of it wrapped in banana leaves inside a freezer. "We're sure
it was cocaine," Snell was quoted as saying.
However, the Post said officials in the Army's Criminal Investigation
Division have concluded the contents of the banana leaves were actually
tamales.

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