Here's a link to the full article in the Washington Post. (You may want to use this Bugmenot link to avoid registration on their site, though.) More info on this issue is available here.
What's particularly interesting is that the plane's owner of record, Premier Executive Transport Services Inc., lists directors and officers who exist only on paper. The company's supposed directors and officers all have recently issued Social Security numbers and P.O. boxes for addresses. Presumably, this operation is being run by a bunch of toddlers who like their anonymity.
Meanwhile, here's a trivia question for all of you. Out of the thousands of people that the U.S. has detained for interrogation post 9/11 -- both Americans and foriegners alike -- how many of those people have been convicted of a terrorist offense?
I'll give you one guess... and a big hint. More of these people have died in U.S. custody during their interrogations than have been convicted of any terrorist offense.
And by the way, do you remember Jean Bertrand Aristide, the democratically elected leader of Haiti? Didn't he claim to be abducted by U.S. troops in a mysterious white jet too? Er...why, yes. Yes he did.