[ltr]Weapons sent by the CIA to Jordan sold on the black market[/ltr][ltr]
Amman - Iraq Press - June 27: The New York Times reported , citing US and Jordanian officials that members intelligence Jordan stole the weapons sent by the United States Agency and Saudi Arabia CIA to Jordan for the fighters of the Syrian opposition and they sell them to dealers weapon onthe black market.
He said a joint investigation of the New York Times and Al Jazeera that some of the stolen weapon wasused in the shooting in November that killed two Americans and three others in a police training facility in Amman.
The Jordanian authorities had said last November that killed a Jordanian officer shot dead two security contractors with the US government and acoach from South Africa and two Jordanians in police training facility funded by the United States , near Amman , before hewas killed in an exchange of fire.
The property was held on the outskirts of the capital Amman after the US - led war on Iraq in 2003 to help in the rebuilding of the security forces after the war and to train Palestinian Authority police.
The newspaper said , citing officials Omriken Jordanians and that the weapons used in the shooting had already arrived to Jordan for training Syrian opposition fighters program.
She said the New York Times reported that the theft of these weapons , which ended a few months ago after complaints fromthe US and Saudi governments have led to the availability of large amounts of modern weaponry on the black market arms trade.
The newspaper said , quoting Jordanian officials said Jordanian officers who were part of the plan "have achieved an unexpected profit" from the sale of weapons and used the money to buy iPhone devices , sports cars and other luxury goods. Q ended