FEMA concentrations camps in America

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Since: May 10

West Jefferson,NC

#1 Nov 1, 2012

“Are you ready???”

Since: May 10

West Jefferson,NC

#2 Nov 1, 2012
And then there are the FEMA coffins and of course some hauled by a 32* Mason:

UmDude

Pound, VA

#3 Nov 2, 2012
Those are coffin liners. My Dad's coffin was placed in one of those things just last year. You "Conspiracy Theorists" really need to chill.
attorney at law

Johnson City, TN

#4 Nov 3, 2012
Yea, they (the conspiracy theorist) are REALLY SHALLOW.
wow

Norton, VA

#5 Nov 3, 2012
The are for Miracle Day
Bob

Duffield, VA

#6 Nov 4, 2012
Yeah the grave liner deal is a little far-fetched. Any mass deaths from a pandemic or something and they aren't going to worry about plastic boxes. They'll just dig mass graves as quickly as possible and pile in the bodies. However, it is no conspiracy theory that there are re-education camps designated in the United States. This has been on record since the REX84 plan and has been revised in the 1990's and again after 9/11. Most of these are planned to use existing federal prisons, military bases, older "closed" facilities, etc. If you really want to get creeped out, look up the facility built in Hardin Montana and the private company "American Police Force" that tried to take over the town.
some douche

Johnson City, TN

#7 Nov 6, 2012
APF had been contracted to control and operate a prison facility which had been empty for over two years[7] in the city of Hardin, Montana. The contract was reportedly a 10-year, multimillion-dollar deal with APF to run the jail.[8]

According to a CBS News article, dated from 29 September 2009, the APF is "a little known company which claims to specialize in training military and security forces overseas", which has "seemingly taken control of a $27 million, never-used jail, and a rural Montana town's nonexistent police force."[9] Following APF's Mercedes SUVs entering the community with "City of Hardin Police Department" stenciled on the side of their vehicles, a city official released a statement dismissing such accusations: "There are no commandos in the streets. There is no fence or gate being built around Hardin. People are free to come and go as they please. APF is not running our town or our police force."[10] The city of Hardin had no official police department, and traditionally relied on the Big Horn County Sheriffs department police protection.[11]

According to a reporter's blog dated from 1 October 2009 on the USA Today website, it is unclear why and by which authority the APF has taken control over the empty jail facility in Montana.[12] However, CNN reported back in April 2009 that Hardin city officials may invite and willingly host a Guantanamo Bay detention camp-style prison in order to improve the economic situation of the city, even though Senator Max Baucus of Montana opposed the idea and said it would be a security risk.[13]

Steve Bullock, the Attorney General of Montana, investigated APF for possible violations of the Montana Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Act in connection with dubious statements on APF's website with regard to APF's operations and supposed contracts with the federal government.[14]

As the story unveiled, Serbian authorities have stated that the coat of arms appearing in the APF logo is being used illegally, and had requested its removal.[15][16] Also, a California attorney who worked with APF has cut his ties to the project.[17]

Michael Cohen, a former supervisor for the Secret Service was named by Michael Hilton to be the future operations director for the jail facility.[18] Cohen who served 14 months in prison for stealing $2,800 from the government [19] admits submitting a resume to APF several weeks ago but decided not to follow through when Michael Hilton declined to give him information about the company.[20]

On October 9'th, it was announced that American Police Force would not be taking over the jail after all. Spokeswoman Becky Shay, former beat reporter for the Billings Gazette, denied any wrongdoings on the part of the company, but said that, "Two Rivers deserves a considerably less-controversial partner." [21]

On October 13 Steve Bullock, the Attorney General of Montana, dropped his investigation.[22]

Since: Oct 12

Norton, VA

#8 Nov 10, 2012
I like how when you try to change one's world view just a lil bit they freak out, become uncomfortable and upset, and call you a conspiracy theorist...never mind what evidence there is they refuse to even look at the information, and cant realize they have been conditioned to have that response! Coffins...Coffin liners...both are for dead body's!
Bob

Duffield, VA

#9 Nov 20, 2012
some douche wrote:
APF had been contracted to control and operate a prison facility which had been empty for over two years[7] in the city of Hardin, Montana. The contract was reportedly a 10-year, multimillion-dollar deal with APF to run the jail.[8]
According to a CBS News article, dated from 29 September 2009, the APF is "a little known company which claims to specialize in training military and security forces overseas", which has "seemingly taken control of a $27 million, never-used jail, and a rural Montana town's nonexistent police force."[9] Following APF's Mercedes SUVs entering the community with "City of Hardin Police Department" stenciled on the side of their vehicles, a city official released a statement dismissing such accusations: "There are no commandos in the streets. There is no fence or gate being built around Hardin. People are free to come and go as they please. APF is not running our town or our police force."[10] The city of Hardin had no official police department, and traditionally relied on the Big Horn County Sheriffs department police protection.[11]
According to a reporter's blog dated from 1 October 2009 on the USA Today website, it is unclear why and by which authority the APF has taken control over the empty jail facility in Montana.[12] However, CNN reported back in April 2009 that Hardin city officials may invite and willingly host a Guantanamo Bay detention camp-style prison in order to improve the economic situation of the city, even though Senator Max Baucus of Montana opposed the idea and said it would be a security risk.[13]
Steve Bullock, the Attorney General of Montana, investigated APF for possible violations of the Montana Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Act in connection with dubious statements on APF's website with regard to APF's operations and supposed contracts with the federal government.[14]
As the story unveiled, Serbian authorities have stated that the coat of arms appearing in the APF logo is being used illegally, and had requested its removal.[15][16] Also, a California attorney who worked with APF has cut his ties to the project.[17]
Michael Cohen, a former supervisor for the Secret Service was named by Michael Hilton to be the future operations director for the jail facility.[18] Cohen who served 14 months in prison for stealing $2,800 from the government [19] admits submitting a resume to APF several weeks ago but decided not to follow through when Michael Hilton declined to give him information about the company.[20]
On October 9'th, it was announced that American Police Force would not be taking over the jail after all. Spokeswoman Becky Shay, former beat reporter for the Billings Gazette, denied any wrongdoings on the part of the company, but said that, "Two Rivers deserves a considerably less-controversial partner." [21]
On October 13 Steve Bullock, the Attorney General of Montana, dropped his investigation.[22]
It's still very creepy. It is a fact that the APF members had their SUV's with Hardin Police written on them. That, to me is a violation of our sovereignty.

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