Jack Balkwill. DR.
Mohsen Abdelmoumen: In one of your articles, you confirm the implication of the CIA in the heroin trafficking in Afghanistan. What information do you have on this matter?
Jack Balkwill: I have not confirmed it, merely insinuated. Before the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, the Taliban had almost entirely shut down poppy production in Afghanistan. After 14 years of US occupation, Afghanistan now produces 90% of the heroin in the world. Michael Levine, a former agent of the Drug Enforcement Administration in the USA, said that he tried to arrest the largest drug dealers around the planet and each time was stopped and told the criminals worked with the CIA, and to leave them alone. He finally resigned his position.
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