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    • AMERICAN CONCENTRATION CAMPS Translate this Page! Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura FEMA CAMP FEMA CAMPS in the U.S. FEMA Domestic Terrorism & Genocide Oliver North Questioned - Rex 84 Exposed During Iran Contra Camp Fema, the movie (new world order) http://welcometoafreeworld.blogspot.com/2009/11/camp-fema-movie.html
    • FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS: Locations and Executive Orders There over 800 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) should Martial Law need to be implemented in the United States and all it would take is a presidential signature on a proclamation and the attorney general's signature on a warrant to which a list of names is attached. Ask yourself if you really want to be on Ashcroft's list. The Rex 84 Program was established on the reasoning that if a "mass exodus" of illegal aliens crossed the Mexican/US border, they would be quickly rounded up and detained in detention centers by FEMA. Rex 84 allowed many military bases to be closed down and to be turned into prisons. Operation Cable Splicer and Garden Plot are the two sub programs which will be implemented once the Rex 84 program is initiated for its proper purpose. Garden Plot is the program to control the population. Cable Splicer is the program for an orderly takeover of the state and local governments by the federal government. FEMA is the executive arm of the coming police state and thus will head up all operations. The Presidential Executive Orders already listed on the Federal Register also are part of the legal framework for this operation. The camps all have railroad facilities as well as roads leading to and from the detention facilities. Many also have an airport nearby. The majority of the camps can house a population of 20,000 prisoners. Currently, the largest of these facilities is just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaskan facility is a massive mental health facility and can hold approximately 2 million people. Now let's review the justification for any actions taken... Executive Orders associated with FEMA that would suspend the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. These Executive Orders have been on record for nearly 30 years and could be enacted by the stroke of a Presidential pen:... EXECUTIVE ORDER 10990 allows the government to take over all modes of transportation and control of
    • highways and seaports. EXECUTIVE ORDER 10995 allows the government to seize and control the communication media. EXECUTIVE ORDER 10997 allows the government to take over all electrical power, gas, petroleum, fuels and minerals. EXECUTIVE ORDER 10998 allows the government to seize all means of transportation, including personal cars, trucks or vehicles of any kind and total control over all highways, seaports, and waterways. EXECUTIVE ORDER 10999 allows the government to take over all food resources and farms. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11000 allows the government to mobilize civilians into work brigades under government supervision. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11001 allows the government to take over all health, education and welfare functions. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11002 designates the Postmaster General to operate a national registration of all persons. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11003 allows the government to take over all airports and aircraft, including commercial aircraft. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11004 allows the Housing and Finance Authority to relocate communities, build new housing with public funds, designate areas to
    • be abandoned, and establish new locations for populations. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11005 allows the government to take over railroads, inland waterways and public storage facilities. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11051 specifies the responsibility of the Office of Emergency Planning and gives authorization to put all Executive Orders into effect in times of increased international tensions and economic or financial crisis. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11310 grants authority to the Department of Justice to enforce the plans set out in Executive Orders, to institute industrial support, to establish judicial and legislative liaison, to control all aliens, to operate penal and correctional institutions, and to advise and assist the President. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11049 assigns emergency preparedness function to federal departments and agencies, consolidating 21 operative Executive Orders issued over a fifteen year period. EXECUTIVE ORDER 11921 allows the Federal Emergency Preparedness Agency to develop plans to establish control over the mechanisms of production and distribution, of energy sources, wages, salaries, credit and the flow of money in U.S. financial institution in any undefined national emergency. It also provides that when a state of emergency is declared by the President, Congress cannot review the action for six months. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has broad powers in every aspect of the nation. General Frank Salzedo, chief of FEMA's Civil Security Division stated in a 1983 conference that he saw FEMA's role as a "new frontier in the protection of individual and governmental leaders from assassination, and of civil and military installations from sabotage and/or attack, as well as prevention of dissident groups from gaining access to U.S. opinion, or a global audience in times of crisis." FEMA's powers were consolidated by
    • President Carter to incorporate the... National Security Act of 1947 allows for the strategic relocation of industries, services, government and other essential economic activities, and to rationalize the requirements for manpower, resources and production facilities. 1950 Defense Production Act gives the President sweeping powers over all aspects of the economy. Act of August 29, 1916 authorizes the Secretary of the Army, in time of war, to take possession of any transportation system for transporting troops, material, or any other purpose related to the emergency. International Emergency Economic Powers Act enables the President to seize the property of a foreign country or national. These powers were transferred to FEMA in a sweeping consolidation in 1979. Where are these camps? ALABAMA Opelika - Military compound either in or very near town. Aliceville - WWII German POW camp - capacity 15,000 Ft. McClellan (Anniston) - Opposite side of town from Army Depot; Maxwell AFB (Montgomery) - Civilian prison camp established under Operation Garden Plot, currently operating with support staff and small inmate population. Talladega - Federal prison "satellite" camp. ALASKA Wilderness - East of Anchorage. No roads, Air & Railroad access only. Estimated capacity of 500,000 Elmendorf AFB - Northeast area of Anchorage far end of base. Garden Plot facility. Eielson AFB - Southeast of Fairbanks. Operation Garden Plot facility.
    • Ft. Wainwright - East of Fairbanks ARIZONA Ft. Huachuca - 20 miles from Mexican border, 30 miles from Nogales Rex '84 facility. Pinal County - on the Gila River - WWII Japanese detention camp. May be renovated. Yuma County - Colorado River - Site of former Japanese detention camp (near proving grounds). This site was completely removed in 1990 according to some reports. Phoenix - Federal Prison Satellite Camp. Main federal facility expanded. Florence - WWII prison camp NOW RENOVATED, OPERATIONAL with staff & 400 prisoners, operational capacity of 3,500. Wickenburg - Airport is ready for conversion; total capacity unknown. DavisMonthan AFB (Tucson) - Fully staffed and presently holding prisoners!! Sedona - site of possible UN base. ARKANSAS Ft. Chaffee (near Fort Smith, Arkansas) - Has new runway for aircraft, new camp facility with cap of 40,000 prisoners Pine Bluff Arsenal - This location also is the repository for B-Z nerve agent, which causes sleepiness, dizziness, stupor; admitted use is for civilian control. Jerome - Chicot/Drew Counties - site of WWII Japanese camps Rohwer - Descha County - site of WWII Japanese camps Blythville AFB - Closed airbase now being used as camp. New wooden barracks have been constructed at this location. Classic decorations - guard towers, barbed wire, high fences. Berryville - FEMA facility located east of Eureka Springs off Hwy. 62. Omaha - Northeast of Berryville near Missouri state line, on Hwy 65 south of old wood processing plant. Possible crematory facility. CALIFORNIA Vandenburg AFB - Rex 84 facility, located near Lompoc & Santa Maria. Internment facility is located near the oceanside, close to Space Launch Complex #6, also called "Slick Six". The launch site has had "a flawless failure record" and is rarely used. Norton AFB - (closed base) now staffed with UN according to some sources. Tule Lake - area of "wildlife refuge", accessible by unpaved road, just inside Modoc County. Fort Ord - Closed in 1994, this facility is now an urban warfare training center for US and foreign troops, and may have some "P.O.W. - C.I." enclosures. Twentynine Palms Marine Base - Birthplace
    • of the infamous "Would you shoot American citizens?" Quiz. New camps being built on "back 40". Oakdale - Rex 84 camp capable of holding at least 20,000 people. 90 mi. East of San Francisco. Terminal Island - (Long Beach) located next to naval shipyards operated by ChiCom shipping interests. Federal prison facility located here. Possible deportation point. Ft. Irwin - FEMA facility near Barstow. Base is designated inactive but has staffed camp. McClellan AFB facility capable for 30,000 - 35,000 Sacramento - Army Depot - No specific information at this time. Mather AFB - Road to facility is blocked off by cement barriers and a stop sign. Sign states area is restricted; as of 1997 there were barbed wire fences pointing inward, a row of stadium lights pointed toward an empty field, etc. Black boxes on poles may have been cameras. COLORADO Trinidad - WWII German/Italian camp being renovated. Granada - Prowers County - WWII Japanese internment camp Ft. Carson - Along route 115 near Canon City CONNECTICUT, DELAWARE No data available. FLORIDA Avon Park - Air Force gunnery range, Avon Park has an on-base "correctional facility" which was a former WWII detention camp. Camp Krome - DoJ detention/interrogation center, Rex 84 facility Eglin AFB - This base is over 30 miles long, from Pensacola to Hwy 331 in De Funiak Springs. High capacity facility, presently manned and populated with some prisoners. Pensacola Federal Prison Camp Everglades - It is believed that a facility may be carved out of the wilds here. GEORGIA Ft. Benning - Located east of Columbus near Alabama state line. Rex 84 site Prisoners brought in via Lawson Army airfield. Ft. Mc Pherson - US Force Command - Multiple reports that this will be the national headquarters and coordinating center for foreign/UN troop movement and detainee collection. Ft. Gordon - West of Augusta - No information at this time. Unadilla - Dooly County - Manned, staffed FEMA prison on route 230, no prisoners. Oglethorpe - Macon County; facility is located five miles from Montezuma, three miles from Oglethorpe. This FEMA prison has no staff and no prisoners. Morgan Calhoun County, FEMA facility is fully manned & staffed - no prisoners.
    • Camilla - Mitchell County, south of Albany. This FEMA facility is located on Mt. Zion Rd approximately 5.7 miles south of Camilla. Unmanned - no prisoners, no staff. Hawkinsville - Wilcox County; Five miles east of town, fully manned and staffed but no prisoners. Located on fire road 100/Upper River Road Abbeville - South of Hawkinsville on US route 129; south of town off route 280 near Ocmulgee River. FEMA facility is staffed but without prisoners. McRae - Telfair County - 1.5 miles west of McRae on Hwy 134 (8th St). Facility is on Irwinton Avenue off 8th St., manned & staffed - no prisoners. Fort Gillem - South side of Atlanta - FEMA designated detention facility. Fort Stewart - Savannah area - FEMA designated detention facility HAWAII Halawa Heights area - Crematory facility located in hills above city. Area is marked as a state department of health laboratory. Barbers Point NAS - There are several military areas that could be equipped for detention / deportation. Honolulu - Detention transfer facility at the Honolulu airport similar in construction to the one in.Oklahoma (pentagon-shaped building where airplanes can taxi up to). IDAHO Minidoka/Jerome Counties - WWII Japanese-American internment facility possibly under renovation. Clearwater National Forest - Near Lolo Pass - Just miles from the Montana state line near Moose Creek, this unmanned facility is reported to have a nearby airfield. Wilderness areas - Possible location. No data. ILLINOIS Marseilles - Located on the Illinois River off Interstate 80 on Hwy 6. It is a relatively small facility with a cap of 1400 prisoners. Though it is small it is designed like prison facilities with barred windows, but the real smoking gun is the presence of military vehicles. Being located on the Illinois River it is possible that prisoners will be brought in by water as well as by road and air. This facility is approximately 75 miles west of Chicago. National Guard training area nearby. Scott AFB - Barbed wire prisoner enclosure reported to exist just off-base. More info needed, as another facility on-base is beieved to exist. Pekin - This Federal satellite prison camp is also on the Illinois River, just south of Peoria. It supplements the federal penitentiary in Marion, which is equipped to handle additional population outside on the grounds. Chanute AFB - Rantoul, near Champaign/Urbana - This closed base had WWII - era barracks that were condemned and torn down, but the medical facility was upgraded and additional
    • fencing put up in the area. More info needed. Marion - Federal Penitentiary and satellite prison camp inside Crab Orchard Nat'l Wildlife Refuge. Manned, staffed, populated fully. Greenfield - Two federal correctional "satellite prison camps" serving Marion - populated as above. Shawnee National Forest - Pope County - This area has seen heavy traffic of foreign military equipment and troops via Illinois Central Railroad, which runs through the area. Suspected location is unknown, but may be close to Vienna and Shawnee correctional centers, located 6 mi. west of Dixon Springs. Savanna Army Depot - NW area of state on Mississippi River. Lincoln, Sheridan, Menard, Pontiac, Galesburg State prison facilities equipped for major expansion and close or adjacent to highways & railroad tracks. Kankakee - Abandoned industrial area on west side of town (Rt.17 & Main) designated as FEMA detention site. Equipped with water tower, incinerator, a small train yard behind it and the rear of the facility is surrounded by barbed wire facing inwards. INDIANA Indianapolis / Marion County - Amtrak railcar repair facility (closed); controversial site of a major alleged detention / processing center. Although some sources state that this site is a "red herring", photographic and video evidence suggests otherwise. This large facility contains large 3-4 inch gas mains to large furnaces (crematoria??), helicopter landing pads, railheads for prisoners, Red/Blue/Green zones for classifying/processing incoming personnel, one-way turnstiles, barracks, towers, high fences with razor wire, etc. Personnel with government clearance who are friendly to the patriot movement took a guided tour of the facility to confirm this site. This site is located next to a closed refrigeration plant facility. Ft. Benjamin Harrison - Located in the northeast part of Indianapolis, this base has been decomissioned from "active" use but portions are still ideally converted to hold detainees. Helicopter landing areas still exist for prisoners to be brought in by air, land & rail. Crown Point Across street from county jail, former hospital. One wing presently being used for county work-release program, 80% of facility still unused. Possible FEMA detention center or holding facility. Camp Atterbury - Facility is converted to hold prisoners and boasts two active compounds presently configured for minumum security detainees. Located just west of Interstate 65 near Edinburgh, south of Indianapolis. Terre Haute - Federal Correctional Institution, Satellite prison camp and death facility. Equipped with crematoria reported to have a capacity of 3,000 people a day. FEMA designated facility located here. Fort Wayne - This city located in Northeast Indiana has a FEMA designated detention facility, accessible by air, road and nearby rail. Kingsbury - This
    • "closed" military base is adjacent to a state fish & wildlife preserve. Part of the base is converted to an industrial park, but the southern portion of this property is still used. It is bordered on the south by railroad, and is staffed with some foreign-speaking UN troops. A local police officer who was hunting and camping close to the base in the game preserve was accosted, roughed up, and warned by the English-speaking unit commander to stay away from the area. It was suggested to the officer that the welfare of his family would depend on his "silence". Located just southeast of LaPorte. Jasper-Pulaski Wildlife Area Youth Corrections farm located here. Facility is "closed", but is still staffed and being "renovated". Total capacity unknown. Grissom AFB - This closed airbase still handles a lot of traffic, and has a "state-owned" prison compound on the southern part of the facility. UNICOR . Jefferson Proving Grounds - Southern Indiana - This facility was an active base with test firing occuring daily. Portions of the base have been opened to create an industrial park, but other areas are still highly restricted. A camp is believed to be located "downrange". Facility is equipped with an airfield and has a nearby rail line. Newport - Army Depot - VX nerve gas storage facility. Secret meetings were held here in 1998 regarding the addition of the Kankakee River watershed to the Heritage Rivers Initiative. Hammond - large enclosure identified in FEMA-designated city. IOWA No data available. KANSAS Leavenworth - US Marshal's Fed Holding Facility, US Penitentiary, Federal Prison Camp, McConnell Air Force Base. Federal death penalty facility. Concordia - WWII German POW camp used to exist at this location but there is no facility there at this time. Ft. Riley - Just north of Interstate 70, airport, near city of Manhattan. El Dorado - Federal prison converted into forced-labor camp, UNICOR industries. Topeka - 80 acres has been converted into a temporary holding camp. KENTUCKY Ashland - Federal prison camp in Eastern Kentucky near the Ohio River. Louisville - FEMA detention facility, located near restricted area US naval
    • ordnance plant. Military airfield located at facility, which is on south side of city. Lexington - FEMA detention facility, National Guard base with adjacent airport facility. Manchester - Federal prison camp located inside Dan Boone National Forest. Ft. Knox - Detention center, possibly located near Salt River, in restricted area of base. Local patriots advise that black Special Forces & UN gray helicopters are occasionally seen in area. Land Between the Lakes - This area was declared a UN biosphere and is an ideal geographic location for detention facilities. Area is an isthmus extending out from Tennessee, between Lake Barkley on the east and Kentucky Lake on the west. Just scant miles from Fort Campbell in Tennessee. LOUISIANA Ft. Polk - This is a main base for UN troops & personnel, and a training center for the disarmament of America. Livingston - WWII German/Italian internment camp being renovated?; halfway between Baton Rouge and Hammond, several miles north of Interstate 12. Oakdale - Located on US route 165 about 50 miles south of Alexandria; two federal detention centers just southeast of Fort Polk. MAINE Houlton - WWII German internment camp in Northern Maine, off US Route 1. MARYLAND, and DC Ft. Meade - Halfway between the District of Criminals and Baltimore. Data needed. Ft. Detrick - Biological warfare center for the NWO, located in Frederick. MASSACHUSETTS Camp Edwards / Otis AFB - Cape Cod - This "inactive" base is being converted to hold many New Englander patriots. Capacity unknown. Ft. Devens - Active detention facility. More data needed. MICHIGAN Camp Grayling - Michigan Nat'l Guard base has several confirmed detention camps, classic setup with high fences, razor wire, etc. Guard towers are very well-built, sturdy. Multiple compounds within larger enclosures. Facility deep within forest area. Sawyer AFB - Upper Peninsula - south of Marquette - No data available. Bay City - Classic enclosure with guard towers, high fence, and close to shipping port on Saginaw Bay, which connects to Lake Huron. Could be a deportation point to overseas via St. Lawrence Seaway. Southwest possibly Berrien County - FEMA detention center. Lansing - FEMA detention
    • facility. MINNESOTA Duluth - Federal prison camp facility. Camp Ripley - new prison facility. MISSISSIPPI These sites are confirmed hoaxes. Hancock County - NASA test site De Soto National Forest. "These two supposed camps in Mississippi do not exist. Members of the Mississippi Militia have checked these out on more than one occasion beginning back when they first appeared on the Internet and throughout the Patriot Movement." - Commander D. Rayner, Mississippi Militia MISSOURI Richards-Gebaur AFB - located in Grandview, near K.C.MO. A very large internment facility has been built on this base, and all base personnel are restricted from coming near it. Ft. Leonard Wood - Situated in the middle of Mark Twain National Forest in Pulaski County. This site has been known for some UN training, also home to the US Army Urban Warfare Training school "Stem Village". Warsaw - Unconfirmed report of a large concentration camp facility. MONTANA Malmstrom AFB - UN aircraft groups stationed here, and possibly a detention facility. NEBRASKA Scottsbluff - WWII German POW camp (renovated?). Northwest, Northeast corners of state - FEMA detention facilities - more data needed. South Central part of state - Many old WWII sites - some may be renovated. NEVADA Elko - Ten miles south of town. Wells - Camp is located in the O'Niel basin area, 40 miles north of Wells, past Thousand Springs, west off Hwy 93 for 25 miles. Pershing County - Camp is located at I-80 mile marker 112, south side of the highway, about a mile back on the county road and then just off the road about 3/4mi. Winnemucca - Battle Mountain area - at the base of the mountains. Nellis Air Force Range - Northwest from Las Vegas on Route 95. Nellis AFB is just north of Las Vegas on Hwy 604. Stillwater Naval Air Station - east of Reno . No additional data.
    • NEW HAMPSHIRE / VERMONT Northern New Hampshire - near Lake Francis. No additional data. NEW JERSEY Ft. Dix / McGuire AFB - Possible deportation point for detainees. Lots of pictures taken of detention compounds and posted on Internet, this camp is wellknown. Facility is now complete and ready for occupancy. NEW MEXICO Ft. Bliss - This base actually straddles Texas state line. Just south of Alomogordo, Ft. Bliss has thousands of acres for people who refuse to go with the "New Order". Holloman AFB (Alomogordo)- Home of the German Luftwaffe in Amerika; major UN base. New facility being built on this base, according to recent visitors. Many former USAF buildings have been torn down by the busy and rapidly growing German military force located here. Fort Stanton - currently being used as a youth detention facility approximately 35 miles north of Ruidoso, New Mexico. Not a great deal of information concerning the Lordsburg location. White Sands Missile Range - Currently being used as a storage facility for United Nations vehicles and equipment. Observers have seen this material brought in on the Whitesands rail spur in Oro Grande New Mexico about thirty miles from the Texas, New Mexico Border. NEW YORK Ft. Drum - two compounds: Rex 84 detention camp and FEMA detention facility. Albany - FEMA detention facility. Otisville - Federal correctional facility, near Middletown. Buffalo - FEMA detention facility. NORTH CAROLINA Camp Lejeune / New River Marine Airfield - facility has renovated, occupied WWII detention compounds and "mock city" that closely resembles Anytown, USA. Fort Bragg - Special Warfare Training Center. Renovated WWII detention facility. Andrews - Federal experiment in putting a small town under siege. Began with the search/ hunt for survivalist Eric Rudolph. No persons were allowed in or out of town without federal permission and travel through town was highly restricted. Most residents compelled to stay in their homes. Unregistered Baptist pastor from Indiana visiting Andrews affirmed these facts. NORTH DAKOTA Minot AFB - Home of UN air group. More data needed on facility.
    • OHIO Camp Perry - Site renovated; once used as a POW camp to house German and Italian prisoners of WWII. Some tar paper covered huts built for housing these prisoners are still standing. Recently, the construction of multiple 200-man barracks have replaced most of the huts. Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus FEMA detention facilities. Data needed. Lima - FEMA detention facility. Another facility located in/near old stone quarry near Interstate 75. Railroad access to property, fences etc. OKLAHOMA Tinker AFB (OKC) - All base personnel are prohibited from going near civilian detention area, which is under constant guard. Will Rogers World Airport FEMA's main processing center for west of the Mississippi. All personnel are kept out of the security zone. Federal prisoner transfer center located here (A pentagon-shaped building where airplanes can taxi up to). Photos have been taken and this site will try to post soon! El Reno - Renovated federal internment facility with CURRENT population of 12,000 on Route 66. McAlester - near Army Munitions Plant property - former WWII German / Italian POW camp designated for future use. Ft. Sill (Lawton) - Former WWII detention camps. More data still needed. OREGON Sheridan - Federal prison satellite camp northwest of Salem. Josephine County WWII Japanese internment camp ready for renovation. Sheridan - FEMA detention center. Umatilla - New prison spotted. PENNSYLVANIA Allenwood - Federal prison camp located south of Williamsport on the Susquehanna River. It has a current inmate population of 300, and is identified by William Pabst as having a capacity in excess of 15,000 on 400 acres. Indiantown Gap Military Reservation - located north of Harrisburg. Used for WWII POW camp and renovated by Jimmy Carter. Was used to hold Cubans during Mariel boat lift. Camp Hill - State prison close to Army depot. Lots of room, located in Camp Hill, Pa. New Cumberland Army Depot - on the Susquehanna River, located off Interstate 83 and Interstate 76. Schuylkill Haven - Federal prison camp, north of Reading. SOUTH CAROLINA
    • Greenville - Unoccupied youth prison camp; total capacity unknown. Charleston - Naval Reserve & Air Force base, restricted area on naval base. SOUTH DAKOTA Yankton - Federal prison camp Black Hills Nat'l Forest - north of Edgemont, southwest part of state. WWII internment camp being renovated. TENNESSEE Ft. Campbell - Next to Land Between the Lakes; adjacent to airfield and US Alt. 41. Millington - Federal prison camp next door to Memphis Naval Air Station. Crossville - Site of WWII German / Italian prison camp is renovated; completed barracks and behind the camp in the woods is a training facility with high tight ropes and a rappelling deck. Nashville - There are two buildings built on State property that are definitely built to hold prisoners. They are identical buildings - side by side on Old Briley Parkway. High barbed wire fence that curves inward. TEXAS Austin - Robert Mueller Municipal airport has detenion areas inside hangars. Bastrop - Prison and military vehicle motor pool. Eden - 1500 bed privately run federal center. Currently holds illegal aliens. Ft. Hood (Killeen) - Newly built concentration camp, with towers, barbed wire etc., just like the one featured in the movie Amerika. Mock city for NWO shock- force training. Some footage of this area was used in "Waco: A New Revelation" Reese AFB (Lubbock) - FEMA designated detention facility. Sheppard AFB - in Wichita Falls just south of Ft. Sill, OK. FEMA designated detention facility. North Dallas - near Carrolton - water treatment plant, close to interstate and railroad. Mexia - East of Waco 33mi.; WWII German facility may be renovated. Amarillo - FEMA designated detention facility Ft. Bliss (El Paso) - Extensive renovation of buildings and from what patriots have been able to see, many of these buildings that are being renovated are being surrounded by razor wire. Beaumont / Port Arthur area - hundreds of acres of federal camps already built on large-scale detention camp design, complete with the double rows of chain link fencing with razor type concertina wire on top of each row. Some (but not
    • all) of these facilities are currently being used for low-risk state prisoners who require a minimum of supervision. Ft. Worth - Federal prison under construction on the site of Carswell AFB. UTAH Millard County - Central Utah - WWII Japanese camp. (Renovated?) Ft. Douglas - This "inactive" military reservation has a renovated WWII concentration camp. Migratory Bird Refuge - West of Brigham City - contains a WWII internment camp that was built before the game preserve was established. Cedar City - east of city - no data available. Wendover - WWII internment camp may be renovated. Skull Valley - southwestern Camp William property - east of the old bombing range. Camp was accidentally discovered by a man and his son who were rabbit hunting; they were discovered and apprehended. SW of Tooele. VIRGINIA Ft. A.P. Hill (Fredericksburg) - Rex 84 / FEMA facility. Estimated capacity 45,000. Petersburg - Federal satellite prison camp, south of Richmond. WEST VIRGINIA Beckley - Alderson - Lewisburg - Former WWII detention camps that are now converted into active federal prison complexes capable of holding several times their current populations. Alderson is presently a women's federal reformatory. Morgantown - Federal prison camp located in northern WV; just north of Kingwood. Mill Creek - FEMA detention facility. Kingwood - Newly built detention camp at Camp Dawson Army Reservation. More data needed on Camp Dawson. WASHINGTON Seattle/Tacoma - SeaTac Airport: fully operational federal transfer center Okanogan County - Borders Canada and is a site for a massive concentration camp capable of holding hundreds of thousands of people for slave labor. This is probably one of the locations that will be used to hold hard core patriots who will be held captive for the rest of their lives. Sand Point Naval Station - Seattle - FEMA detention center used actively during the 1999 WTO protests to classify prisoners.
    • Ft. Lewis / McChord AFB - near Tacoma - This is one of several sites that may be used to ship prisoners overseas for slave labor. WISCONSIN Ft. McCoy - Rex 84 facility with several complete interment compounds. Oxford - Central part of state - Federal prison & staellite camp and FEMA detention facility. WYOMING Heart Mountain - Park County N. of Cody - WWII Japanese interment camp ready for renovation. Laramie - FEMA detention facility Southwest - near Lyman - FEMA detention facility East Yellowstone - Manned internment facility - Investigating patriots were apprehended by European soldiers speaking in an unknown language. Federal government assumed custody of the persons and arranged their release. OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES There are many other locations not listed above that are worthy of consideration as a possible detention camp site, but due to space limitations and the time needed to verify, could not be included here. Virtually all military reservations, posts, bases, stations, & depots can be considered highly suspect (because it is "federal" land). Also fitting this category are "Regional Airports" and "International Airports" which also fall under federal jurisdiction and have limited-access areas. Mental hospitals, closed hospitals & nursing homes, closed military bases, wildlife refuges, state prisons, toxic waste dumps, hotels and other areas all have varying degrees of potential for being a detention camp area. The likelihood of a site being suspect increases with transportation access to the site, including airports/airstrips, railheads, navigable waterways & ports, interstate and US highways. Some facilities are "disguised" as industrial or commercial properties, camouflaged or even wholly contained inside large buildings (Indianapolis) or factories. Many inner-city buildings left vacant during the de-industrialization of America have been quietly acquired and held, sometimes retrofitted for their new uses. CANADA Our Canadian friends tell us that virtually all Canadian military bases, especially those north of the 50th Parallel, are all set up with concentration camps. Not even half of these can be listed, but here are a few sites with the massive land
    • space to handle any population: Suffield CFB - just north of Medicine Hat, less than 60 miles from the USA. Primrose Lake Air Range - 70 miles northeast of Edmonton. Wainwright CFB - halfway between Medicine Hat and Primrose Lake. Ft. Nelson - Northernmost point on the BC Railway line. Ft. McPherson - Very cold territory ~ NW Territories. Ft. Providence - Located on Great Slave Lake. Halifax - Nova Scotia. Dept. of National Defense reserve.... And others. OVERSEAS LOCATIONS Guayanabo, Puerto Rico - Federal prison camp facility. Capacity unknown. Guantanamo Bay, Cuba - US Marine Corps Base - Presently home to 30,000 Mariel Cubans and 40,000 Albanians. Total capacity unknown. *** http://www.sianews.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1062 Camp FEMA Project http://www.takebackwashington.com BCST 8/27/06 C-SPAN BOOK TV - 9/11 COMMISSION INTERVIEW 9/11 ACCOUNTABILTY Vs. "The Case For Impeachment" AUDIO (ABOUT 55 MINUTES) http://www.apfn.net/pogo/L002I060827-911-impeachment2.MP3 9/11 ACCOUNTABILITY....WE WHERE VERY UNJUDGEMENTAL THE 9/11 COMMISSION....THESE GUYS ARE SHOCKING!!!! AUDIO: http://www.apfn.net/pogo/L001I060827-911-impeachment1.MP3 FEMA Camp footage - Google Video http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8272096722231303649 IT IS WORTH READING THESE DECLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS TO SEE A POSSIBLE REASON SO MANY MILITARY BASES ARE CLOSING THIS IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE...
    • IN OTHER WORDS- THIS IS NOT FROM THE 1940'S America's Prison Camps http://www.apfn.org/apfn/prison_camps.htm Army Document Jan. 2005 http://www.apfn.org/apfn/prison_camps.pdf .pdf file http://www.apfn.org/apfn/prison_camps.zip zipped Word file 35mb Mirrored from Illuminati-News http://www.illuminati-news.com/pdf/prison_camps.pdf American Prison Camps Are on the Way http://www.alternet.org/rights/42458/ WATCH: TERROR STORM!!! http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4757274759497686216&q=terror+storm Former Congressman Warns Of Martial Law Camps In America San Francisco Chronicle Rule by fear or rule by law? Lewis Seiler,Dan Hamburg Monday, February 4, 2008 "The power of the Executive to cast a man into prison without formulating any charge known to the law, and particularly to deny him the judgment of his peers, is in the highest degree odious and is the foundation of all totalitarian government whether Nazi or Communist." - Winston Churchill, Nov. 21, 1943
    • Since 9/11, and seemingly without the notice of most Americans, the federal government has assumed the authority to institute martial law, arrest a wide swath of dissidents (citizen and noncitizen alike), and detain people without legal or constitutional recourse in the event of "an emergency influx of immigrants in the U.S., or to support the rapid development of new programs." Beginning in 1999, the government has entered into a series of single-bid contracts with Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg, Brown and Root (KBR) to build detention camps at undisclosed locations within the United States. The government has also contracted with several companies to build thousands of railcars, some reportedly equipped with shackles, ostensibly to transport detainees. According to diplomat and author Peter Dale Scott, the KBR contract is part of a Homeland Security plan titled ENDGAME, which sets as its goal the removal of "all removable aliens" and "potential terrorists." Fraud-busters such as Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Los Angeles, have complained about these contracts, saying that more taxpayer dollars should not go to taxpayer-gouging Halliburton. But the real question is: What kind of "new programs" require the construction and refurbishment of detention facilities in nearly every state of the union with the capacity to house perhaps millions of people? Sect. 1042 of the 2007 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), "Use of the Armed Forces in Major Public Emergencies," gives the executive the power to invoke martial law. For the first time in more than a century, the president is now authorized to use the military in response to "a natural disaster, a disease outbreak, a terrorist attack or any other condition in which the President determines that domestic violence has occurred to the extent that state officials cannot maintain public order." The Military Commissions Act of 2006, rammed through Congress just before the 2006 midterm elections, allows for the indefinite imprisonment of anyone who donates money to a charity that turns up on a list of "terrorist" organizations, or who speaks out against the government's policies. The law calls for secret trials for citizens and noncitizens alike. Also in 2007, the White House quietly issued National Security Presidential Directive 51 (NSPD-51), to ensure "continuity of government" in the event of what the document vaguely calls a "catastrophic emergency." Should the
    • president determine that such an emergency has occurred, he and he alone is empowered to do whatever he deems necessary to ensure "continuity of government." This could include everything from canceling elections to suspending the Constitution to launching a nuclear attack. Congress has yet to hold a single hearing on NSPD-51. U.S. Rep. Jane Harman, D-Venice (Los Angeles County) has come up with a new way to expand the domestic "war on terror." Her Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 (HR1955), which passed the House by the lopsided vote of 404-6, would set up a commission to "examine and report upon the facts and causes" of so-called violent radicalism and extremist ideology, then make legislative recommendations on combatting it. According to commentary in the Baltimore Sun, Rep. Harman and her colleagues from both sides of the aisle believe the country faces a native brand of terrorism, and needs a commission with sweeping investigative power to combat it. A clue as to where Harman's commission might be aiming is the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act, a law that labels those who "engage in sit-ins, civil disobedience, trespass, or any other crime in the name of animal rights" as terrorists. Other groups in the crosshairs could be anti-abortion protesters, antitax agitators, immigration activists, environmentalists, peace demonstrators, Second Amendment rights supporters ... the list goes on and on. According to author Naomi Wolf, the National Counterterrorism Center holds the names of roughly 775,000 "terror suspects" with the number increasing by 20,000 per month. What could the government be contemplating that leads it to make contingency plans to detain without recourse millions of its own citizens? The Constitution does not allow the executive to have unchecked power under any circumstances. The people must not allow the president to use the war on terrorism to rule by fear instead of by law. Lewis Seiler is the president of Voice of the Environment, Inc. Dan Hamburg, a former congressman, is executive director. This article appeared on page B - 7 of the San Francisco Chronicle http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/02/04/ED5OUPQJ7.DTL
    • ================================================== U.S. APPROVES USE OF MILITARY AGAINST CITIZENS http://web.archive.org/web/20060112191540/http://www.thewinds.org/1997/02/milita ry_role.html FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS: Locations and Executive Orders http://www.apfn.org/apfn/camps1.htm Compound / Range 3 This is the site with the latest info & pictures concerning the "Camp Grayling Range 3 area" speculated by some to be a citizen detention camp located on a Michigan military reservation. Surely, this is a very real place...But, what is this place exactly, and does it serve as a sinister holding area for future government dissidents through Rex '84, Operation Garden Plot, & FEMA programs? Decide for yourself... http://www.geocities.com/stealth_shadow2005/index.html Camps for Citizens: Ashcroft's Hellish Vision Wed Aug 14 20:09:38 2002 68.98.68.169
    • Camps for Citizens: Ashcroft's Hellish Vision Attorney general shows himself as a menace to liberty. By Jonathan Turley Jonathan Turley is a professor of constitutional law at George Washington University. http://www.truthout.org/docs_02/08.15B.ashcr.camps.htm Los Angeles Times Wednesday, 14 August, 2002 Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft's announced desire for camps for U.S. citizens he deems to be "enemy combatants" has moved him from merely being a political embarrassment to being a constitutional menace. Ashcroft's plan, disclosed last week but little publicized, would allow him to order the indefinite incarceration of U.S. citizens and summarily strip them of their constitutional rights and access to the courts by declaring them enemy combatants. The proposed camp plan should trigger immediate congressional hearings and reconsideration of Ashcroft's fitness for this important office. Whereas Al Qaeda is a threat to the lives of our citizens, Ashcroft has become clear and present threat to our liberties. The camp plan was forged at an optimistic time for Ashcroft's small inner circle, which has been carefully watching two test cases to see whether this vision could become a reality. The cases of Jose Padilla and Yaser Esam Hamdi will determine whether U.S. citizens can be held without charges and subject to the arbitrary and unchecked authority of the government.
    • Hamdi has been held without charge even though the facts of his case are virtually identical to those in the case of John Walker Lindh. Both Hamdi and Lindh were captured in Afghanistan as foot soldiers in Taliban units. Yet Lindh was given a lawyer and a trial, while Hamdi rots in a floating Navy brig in Norfolk, Va. This week, the government refused to comply with a federal judge who ordered that he be given the underlying evidence justifying Hamdi's treatment. The Justice Department has insisted that the judge must simply accept its declaration and cannot interfere with the president's absolute authority in "a time of war." In Padilla's case, Ashcroft initially claimed that the arrest stopped a plan to detonate a radioactive bomb in New York or Washington, D.C. The administration later issued an embarrassing correction that there was no evidence Padilla was on such a mission. What is clear is that Padilla is an American citizen and was arrested in the United States--two facts that should trigger the full application of constitutional rights. Ashcroft hopes to use his self-made "enemy combatant" stamp for any citizen whom he deems to be part of a wider terrorist conspiracy. Perhaps because of his discredited claims of preventing radiological terrorism, aides have indicated that a "high-level committee" will recommend which citizens are to be stripped of their constitutional rights and sent to Ashcroft's new camps. Few would have imagined any attorney general seeking to reestablish such camps for citizens. Of course, Ashcroft is not considering camps on the order of the internment camps used to incarcerate Japanese American citizens in World War II. But he can be credited only with thinking smaller; we have learned from painful experience that unchecked authority, once tasted, easily becomes insatiable. We are only now getting a full vision of Ashcroft's America. Some of his predecessors dreamed of creating a great society or a nation unfettered by racism. Ashcroft seems to dream of a country secured from itself, neatly contained and controlled by his judgment of loyalty. For more than 200 years, security and liberty have been viewed as coexistent values. Ashcroft and his aides appear to view this relationship as lineal,
    • where security must precede liberty. Since the nation will never be entirely safe from terrorism, liberty has become a mere rhetorical justification for increased security. Ashcroft is a catalyst for constitutional devolution, encouraging citizens to accept autocratic rule as their only way of avoiding massive terrorist attacks. His greatest problem has been preserving a level of panic and fear that would induce a free people to surrender the rights so dearly won by their ancestors. In "A Man for All Seasons," Sir Thomas More was confronted by a young lawyer, Will Roper, who sought his daughter's hand. Roper proclaimed that he would cut down every law in England to get after the devil. More's response seems almost tailored for Ashcroft: "And when the last law was down and the devil turned round on you, where would you hide, Roper, the laws all being flat? ... This country's planted thick with laws from coast to coast ... and if you cut them down--and you are just the man to do it--do you really think you could stand upright in the winds that would blow then?" Every generation has had Ropers and Ashcrofts who view our laws and traditions as mere obstructions rather than protections in times of peril. But before we allow Ashcroft to denude our own constitutional landscape, we must take a stand and have the courage to say, "Enough." Every generation has its test of principle in which people of good faith can no longer remain silent in the face of authoritarian ambition. If we cannot join together to fight the abomination of American camps, we have already lost what we are defending. If you want other stories on this topic, search the Archives at latimes.com/archives. For information about reprinting this article, go to LA Times Rights and Permissions: Homepage . (In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, this material is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and
    • educational purposes.) ===================================================================== ================ Interament Camps Map Posted 8/19/01 Sun Aug 19 02:01:46 2001 RECEIVED VIA MAIL 8/17/01 Dear APFN: Sorry to sound mysterious, but with Echolon snooping I didn't want to send a red flag. My friend was a dispatcher for the truck lines for 35 years and no dummy. When the bases were closed and her trucks sent in she knew by the material sent in that they were being rehabed for internment centers. enclosed is the map she kept track of them. Also you are missing the underground city of Denver under the airport and the crematorium below. there was a website that carried the article and pictures. If you want, I'll try to dig them up. Also unknown is the 350 special forces military men last seen going to the Denver airport and remain missing. This was 3 years ago. Yours in the knowing Christians. /s/ Concentration camps in US by State index http://www.rense.com/general17/statebystate.htm Concentration camps in US http://web.archive.org/web/20030325093911/http://gulagamerika.homestead.com /
    • MILITARY POLICE INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT OPERATIONS http://web.archive.org/web/20040202213118/http://www.adtdl.army.mil/cgi-bin/atdl.dll/fm/319.40/toc.htm Interament Camps Map Posted 8/19/01 PDF FORMAT: http://www.apfn.org/pdf/camps.pdf Concentration/Detention Camps UN Equipment Said In Place Around US http://www.rense.com/political/campsfound.htm CIVILIAN INTERNMENT CAMPS UP FOR REVIEW http://www.apfn.org/THEWINDS/archive/government/camp9-97.html Concentration Camp Locations in Southern California http://www.apfn.org/apfn/concentration.htm U.S. CONCENTRATION CAMPS FEMA AND THE REX 84 PROGRAM "The Rex 84 Program was established on the reasoning that if a mass exodus of illegal aliens crossed the Mexican/US border, they would be quickly rounded up and detained in detention centers by FEMA. Rex 84 allowed many military bases to be closed down and to be turned into prisons" Heres the full article ************************************************** Web site of Concentration Camps made for you! One of the U.S. Plans for NWO "New world Order" U.S. CONCENTRATION CAMPS FEMA AND THE REX 84 PROGRAM
    • There over 600 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) should Martial Law need to be implemented in the United States. The Rex 84 Program was established on the reasoning that if a mass exodus of illegal aliens crossed the Mexican/US border, they would be quickly rounded up and detained in detention centers by FEMA. Rex 84 allowed many military bases to be closed down and to be turned into prisons. Operation Cable Splicer and Garden Plot are the two sub programs which will be implemented once the Rex 84 program is initiated for its proper purpose. Garden Plot is the program to control the population. Cable Splicer is the program for an orderly takeover of the state and local governments by the federal government. FEMA is the executive arm of the coming police state and thus will head up all operations. The Presidential Executive Orders already listed on the Federal Register also are part of the legal framework for this operation. The camps all have railroad facilities as well as roads leading to and from the detention facilities. Many also have an airport nearby. The majority of the camps can house a population of 20,000 prisoners. Currently, the largest of these facilities is just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaskan facility is a massive mental health facility and can hold approximately 2 million people. A person named Terry Kings wrote an article on his discoveries of camps located in southern California. His findings are as follows: Over the last couple months several of us have investigated three soon-to-be prison camps in the Southern California area. We had heard about these sites and wanted to see them for ourselves. The first one we observed was in Palmdale, California. It is not operating as a prison at the moment but is masquerading as part of a water facility. Now why would there be a facility of this nature out in the middle of nowhere with absolutely no prisoners? The fences that run for miles around this large facility all point inward, and there are large mounds of dirt and dry moat surrounding the central area so the inside area is not visible from the road. There are 3 large loading docks facing the entrance that can be observed from the road. What are these massive docks going to be loading?
    • We observed white vans patrolling the area and one came out and greeted us with a friendly wave and followed us until we had driven safely beyond the area. What would have happened had we decided to enter the open gate or ask questions? This facility is across the street from the Palmdale Water Department. The area around the Water Department has fences pointing outward, to keep people out of this dangerous area so as not to drown. Yet, across the street, the fences all point inward. Why? To keep people in? What people? Who are going to be it’s occupants? There are also signs posted every 50 feet stating: State of California Trespassing Loitering Forbidden By Law Section 555 California Penal Code. The sign at the entrance says: Pearblossom Operations and Maintenance Subcenter Receiving Department, 34534 116th Street East. There is also a guard shack located at the entrance. We didn’t venture into this facility, but did circle around it to see if there was anything else visible from the road. We saw miles of fences with the top points all directed inward. There is a railroad track that runs next to the perimeter of this fenced area. The loading docks are large enough to hold railroad cars. I wonder what they are planning for this facility? They could easily fit 100,000 people in this area. And who would the occupants be? Another site is located in Brand Park in Glendale. There are newly constructed fences (all outfitted with new wiring that point inward). The fences surround a dry reservoir. There are also new buildings situated in the area. We questioned the idea that there were four armed military personnel walking the park. Since when does a public park need armed guards? A third site visited was in the San Fernando Valley, adjacent to the Water District. Again, the area around the actual Water District had fences logically pointing out (to keep people out of the dangerous area). And the rest of the adjacent area which went on for several miles was ringed with fences and barbed wire facing inward (to keep what or who in?) Also, interesting was the fact that the addition to the tops of the fences were fairly new as to not even contain any sign of rust on them. Within the grounds was a huge building that the guard said was a training range for policemen. There were newly constructed roads, new
    • gray military looking buildings, and a landing strip. For what? Police cars were constantly patrolling the several mile perimeter of the area. From the parking lot of the Odyssey Restaurant a better view could be taken of the area that was hidden from site from the highway. There was an area that contained about 100 black boxes that looked like railroad cars. We had heard that loads of railroad cars have been manufactured in Oregon outfitted with shackles. Would these be of that nature? From our position it was hard to determine. In searching the Internet, I have discovered that there are about 600 of these prison sites around the country (and more literally popping up overnight do they work all night). They are manned, but yet do not contain prisoners. Why do they need all these non-operating prisons? What are they waiting for? We continuously hear that our current prisons are overcrowded and they are releasing prisoners because of this situation. But what about all these facilities? What are they really for? Why are there armed guards yet no one to protect themselves against? And what is going to be the kick-off point to put these facilities into operation? What would bring about a situation that would call into effect the need for these new prison facilities? A man-made or natural catastrophe? An earthquake, panic due to Y2K, a massive poisoning, a panic of such dimensions to cause nationwide panic? Once a major disaster occurs (whether it is a real event or manufactured event does not matter) Martial Law is hurriedly put in place and we are all in the hands of the government agencies (FEMA) who thus portray themselves as our protectors. Yet what happens when we question those in authority and how they are taking away all of our freedoms? Will we be the ones detained in these camp sites? And who are they going to round up? Those with guns? Those who ask questions? Those that want to know what’s really going on? Does that include any of us? The seekers of truth? When first coming across this information I was in a state of total denial. How could this be? I believed our country was free, and always felt a sense of comfort in knowing that as long as we didn’t hurt others in observing our freedom we were left to ourselves. Ideally we treated everyone with respect and honored their uniqueness and hoped that others did likewise. It took an intensive year of searching into the hidden politics to discover that we
    • are as free as we believe we are. If we are in denial, we don’t see the signs that are staring at us, but keep our minds turned off and busy with all the mundane affairs of daily life. We just don’t care enough to find out the real truth, and settle for the hand-fed stories that come our way over the major media sources television, radio, newspaper, and magazines. But it’s too late to turn back to the days of blindfolds and hiding our heads in the sand because the reality is becoming very clear. The time is fast approaching when we will be the ones asking "What happened to our freedom? To our free speech? To our right to protect ourselves and our family? To think as an individual? To express ourselves in whatever way we wish?" Once we challenge that freedom we find out how free we really are. How many are willing to take up that challenge? Very few indeed, otherwise we wouldn’t find ourselves in the situation that we are in at the present time. We wouldn’t have let things progress and get out of the hands of the public and into the hands of those that seek to keep us under their control no matter what it takes, and that includes the use of force and detainment for those that ask the wrong questions. Will asking questions be outlawed next? Several instances have recently been reported where those that were asking questions that came too near the untold truth (the cover up) were removed from the press conferences and from the public’s ear. Also, those that wanted to speak to the press were detained and either imprisoned, locked in a psychiatric hospital, slaughtered (through makebelieve suicides) or discredited. Why are we all in denial over these possibilities? Didn’t we hear about prison camps in Germany, and even in the United States during World War II? Japanese individuals were rounded up and placed in determent camps during the duration of the War. Where was their freedom? You don’t think it could happen to you? Obviously those rounded up and killed didn’t think it could happen to them either. How could decent people have witnessed such atrocities and still said nothing? Are we going to do the same here as they cart off one by one those individuals who are taking a stand for the rights of the citizens as they expose the truth happening behind the scenes? Are we all going to sit there and wonder what happened to this country of ours? Where did we go wrong? How could we let it happen? Archived: http://web.archive.org/web/20001019053553/http://www.abovetopsecret.com/cam ps.html
    • ========================================================== The Coming American Holocaust? 9-22-98 Note - The following is an interview with 'Mr. Sea' regarding alleged New World Order plans for the U.S. and its citizens. This is being posted as a point of information. We have seen video of the Indiana facility mentioned and it does appear to accurately fit the description in this interview. [NOTE: odds are you won't believe this source, so I have included an alternative source including admissions from the Director of Resource Management for the U.S. Army and from Congressman Henry Gonzales (D,Texas). Read it and get very angry. - W.A.C.] In the spring of 1997, Senior Editor, Professor Ian Stewart, met with "Mr. Sea" (real name known but withheld) to discuss what he has learned first-hand about the coming persecution at the hands of the New World Order operatives. With a seven-inch thick portfolio filled with photographs, news articles, correspondence, etc., Mr. Sea revealed disturbing information about New World Order efforts to destroy and enslave America. The following are some of Mr. Sea's comments. But first, let's take a look at the man who made the comments. Mr. Sea, a committed Christian, is a former inspector for the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Department of Defense, with 31 years of federal service: 22 in the military, nine with the Department of Defense, including two years with the Air Staff. He's a holder of the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, three awards of the Joint Service Medal, all of the Vietnamese awards, as well as the Joint Meritorious Unit Medal. When he retired a few years ago, he was awarded the Secretary of Defense Civilian Service Medal. He's been around the world to 31 countries on four continents, and speaks five languages. Mr. Sea spoke of the coming American Holocaust of the Government's plans for dealing with the non-New World Orderites. He spoke of the infrastructure that has already been set up to incarcerate and execute Americans, and the locations of the facilities that will be used for these purposes all with photographs, leaving little to the imagination. "The infrastructure is set up. There are at least 130 concentration camps quietly modified facilities which have sprung up and continue to spring up across the country,
    • seemingly devoid of activity, yet requiring strange accoutrements such as barbed wire-topped fencing (with the tops turned inward) and helicopter wind socks. Most have good logistical supportability, with major highways and railroad transport facilities adjacent to the sites. "These facilities, many in remote areas across our country, are set up to become concentration/detention camps, complete with gas chambers, for resisters and dissidents. Generally speaking, they're set up for dissenters who will not go along with the New World Order. The 'resisters' are gun owners who refuse to give up their weapons; the 'dissidents' are Christians, Patriots and Constitutionalists. These camps are set up. I've seen many of them. "On August 6, 1994, I toured the Amtrak Railcar Repair Facility at Beech Grove, Indianapolis, Indiana. There are at least ten maintenance barns at this facility, covering 129 acres, with two separate fences with the tops leaning inward. The windows of several buildings have been bricked up. Hence, you have three levels of security for Amtrak repair barns! "There are three helicopter 25-knot aviation wind socks (which aren't the correct ones to use for chemical spills which require 10-knot wind socks). There are high security NSA-style people turnstiles, and high intensity/security lighting for 24-hour operation. The box car (gas chamber) building fence is marked with special 'RED/BLUE Zone' signs [visible in the photo ]. This corresponds to the 'mission' of the RED/BLUE Lists which surfaced in June and July of 1996. [NOTE: that is approx. when I became convinced that rumours of similar compounds here in Canada had a basis in fact.- W.A.C.] "Under martial law, this will become a death camp. They're only going to handle category one and two (RED and BLUE) people there. This box car facility will be used for execution. "One of the barns is large enough to put four box cars into. There are powered vents on the top of the barn to vent the gas out of the building after the box cars have been fumigated. All of the buildings have newly installed six-inch gas pipes and furnaces installed in all 'railroad barns.' "Since the photo [snipped] was taken in August 1994, FEMA has allocated $6 million to make the walls and roofs of the buildings 'airtight' (see article below). Under martial law, this facility could be immediately used as an SS-style 'termination' gas chamber.
    • "On January 27, 1995, The Indianapolis News ran an article titled, 'Amtrak Lays off 212 at Beech Grove: 170 Lose Jobs at Maintenance Center Today.' Why perform $6 million worth of renovations, and then lay off 212 people? Because the people doing the final executions will not be Americans. Thus, the 'slots' of the 212 will be filled with non-Americans. "They'll hire foreigners for this 'cappo' task. Cappo ('chief' in Italian) was the title of the trustee prisoners who actually killed many Jews for the SS butchers at Dachau, and at other Nazi crematoria across Europe. "The news article also said, '...hopes the yard may be able to solicit work repairing private train cars, and perhaps subway cars from Washington, DC, or other urban areas.' The repairing of private trains is a dead giveaway to death cars! "The article went on to say, 'Late last year, Congress ordered Amtrak to spend at least $5.9 million patching holes in the roof and fixing masonry on the walls of the giant machine sheds at Beech Grove.' These buildings have been 'sealed.' They're airtight. The facility is constructed to allow gas to be blown into all the buildings via the newly installed, two-story, hot air heating furnaces." Next, Mr. Sea elaborated on the two categories the 'RED and BLUE Lists' and what they mean: "The RED List is for pick-up and execution before unobtrusive preparations for martial law are initiated. The BLUE List is also for execution, but at a later date 'within six weeks of martial law declaration. There are no 're-education' plans for either category' just execution. "When you get picked up on a RED pick-up, they'll take you from your home at night...probably around 4 a.m. and put you in a black van, then drive you to a helicopter waiting to fly you to an intermediate point. There, you'll be loaded onto a big 64-passenger CH-47 Chinook helicopter...all black, unmarked and illegally operating under the Treaty on Open Skies. "Then they'll fly you to one of 38 cities where you'll board a 747, 737, or 727. "You may be taken straight to a temporary detention facility. When you're RED listed, you'll be taken to a red camp. Then you'll be executed. "At some point, martial law will be declared. (Martial law is when the writ of Habeas Corpus to have a trial by jury is suspended. Instead, of going to the judge, you go straight to jail for a limited time,) I suspect there will be a major outage, or some other crisis which will be the reason to declare martial law. At this point, the BLUE listed people will be picked up. At that time, the country will be regionalized into ten regions, which are already designated by FEMA.
    • "Be advised that it has been proven (in Wyoming and at least one other location) that the black choppers have state-of-the-art radio (RF) frequency wideband jammers, and can jam cell phones and CBs while they're executing black operations missions (i.e., in your area). This means that your cell phone could be jammed just before and/or during any action against you. "In June of 1996, an FBI agent got hold of the Region Three BLUE List (from a CIA agent), and found his own name on it, and those of several others he knew in Virginia. The Regional BLUE List stated that the names on the BLUE List would be picked up 'within six weeks of the actual martial law declaration.' "This parallels the Nazi RED/BLUE List policy almost to the letter. The parallel Nazi plan was published by Heinz Hohne in his 1966 book, The Story of the Nazi SS: The Order of the Death's Head. (I've read this book and sent it to Jack McLamb.) "People say, 'It won't work.' But it will work if the 300,000 Soviet troops which are ALREADY HERE can get the guns. The name of the game is to blackball the people to get the guns . . . make the militia look bad, make guns look bad, make everybody give up their guns. Once they get your gun, they've got you, UNLESS you've got the angel of the Lord at your door. If you've got the angel of the Lord out there protecting you, it's another story. "The ones doing all of this are operating out of the highest places in the Federal Government. They're cooperating with 'spirit guides and mediums' and using astrology and numerology. The spirit guides are telling them what to do, and the entire thing is being orchestrated at the highest spiritual levels. Every base has been covered. They've thought of everything. "If you notice, they often do things on the 13th of the month. Mr. Clinton does a lot of things on the 13th. On September 13, 1993, the brokered Israeli-PLO peace accord was signed. He waited 14 days, until September 13, 1994 to sign the Crime Bill. On June 13, 1995, he stated he'd veto the national debt authorization ceiling. On November 13, he did veto it. On January 13, 1996, he made a speech to Bosnia. "Amos 3:7 says that God doesn't do anything without first revealing His secrets to His servants the prophets. God is giving His people warnings. There are people who go to prophecy conferences to see when the rapture is going to take place and listen to all the peaceful prophets prophesying good news and glad tidings. But if we'll listen to God, He is warning us of the times that are coming. We need to prepare. "There will be an interim of probably just days from the time they launch the RED List, to the declaration of martial law when they'll start coming after those on the BLUE List. It'll work the same way it did with the Nazis who had a list of people to pick up, on June 30, 1934, before they declared their 'mobilization.'
    • "It's the same blueprint being used because it's the same spirit leading the Fourth Reich as led the Third Reich. In Germany, they used trains, here it will be helicopters and 747s. "When Hitler was villainizing the Jews, he hired thugs and dressed them in black uniforms (our whole country is not going to black uniforms). He was building concentration camps and setting up a transport system. In this country, they're now in the process of villainizing Christians, Patriots, Constitutionalists, and outspoken talkshow hosts, etc. "Who will be doing the actual picking up? Foreign 'cops' (United Nations Internal Security Forces). Over 30 foreign military bases under the United Nations flag are already set up in the US., all with the approval of special appointees in high Federal positions. These bases are already manned with over ONE MILLION troops from Russia, Poland, Germany, Belgium, Turkey, Great Britain, Nicaragua, and Asian countries. "Why are they here? Because unlike our own troops many of which along with the Guard and Reserve of 24 states are being deployed overseas will have no qualms about firing on U.S. citizens when the time comes. "There are more than 2,000 Russian tanks, military trucks and chemical warfare vehicles just outside Gulfport, Mississippi. They began arriving in January of 1994. "There are 180 foreign troops at Fort Reilly which was confirmed to me by a Brigadier General. There are 300 who came into the Birmingham, Alabama airport on a big white Russian cargo plane on December 13, 1995. "As of 1995, there were 10,000 plus foreign troops at Fort Chafee, Arkansas reportedly making preparations for 20,000 'detainees.' "Also in 1995 at Fort Polk, Louisiana (U.S. Army Post), Russian and Eastern European troops were deployed under the U.N. flag. [When questioned about this, the legislative aide of the congressman who resides over Fort Polk, stated, "Yes, they were there undertaking broad, joint training exercises. And, yes, the U.N. flag was flying. There may still be some there today."] "At the Aberdeen Proving Grounds, there are many Russian tanks. One of the NCOs told his father that he'd been maintaining them. "This is going on all over the country. German troops are known to be at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, and Fort
    • Hood, Texas. Chinese troops are known to be at the Long Beach Naval Station in California. "There's not going to be some future event when the invading troops are going to show up. They're already here. When martial law is implemented, these foreign U.N. troops will be policing our country, carrying out the plans of the New World Order. "God is warning His people. There isn't much time before these events begin to take place. God's people need to prepare themselves in every way possible. It's not a time for fear. It's a time for prayer, preparation and sharing our faith with a lost world. "We must always remember Ephesians 6:12 which states: 'For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.'" =================================================== U.S. Policy Congress of the United States March 24, 1997 "Enclosed is the information you requested pertaining to the Army's policy and guidance for establishing civilian inmate labor programs and civilian prison camps on Army installations. This information has not yet been published (it is currently at the printers), however, it has been funded, staffed, and does reflect current Army policy." -- Bill Hefner Member of Congress
    • A U.S map which details the locations of detention centers, MJTF Police Bases and U.N. Combat Groups. The Picture of this map came from, "70th Week Magazine" P.O. Box 771, Gladwater, Tx. 75647. This is a 1994 photo. This is another U.S. map, that contains the markings, for the different camps.
    • This shows the North Eastern section of the U.S., and shows a closer look, where U.N. troops are located in North Western Montana, and a few other states as well. This is a view of the South Eastern U.S. on a map. The map is named, Region 4, 15 August 1994, "Phase III Operation". The legend shows a black star symbol, where Russian troops/Armor are. U.N. symbol, for United Nations (foreign battle groups). The map also has markings for "Ports of Entrys" into the U.S., by sea.
    • This is a photo copy view, of the Wilcox Correctional Institution. It also has exact details on location, and other information about the camp. Another view of Wilcox Correctional Institution.
    • Here is a photo blowup, of the directions of where Wilcox is, as well as other important information of the institution. There are over 100 primary and secondary concentration camps across the US. Each houses about 20,000 prisoners. Currently the largest of these facilities is the just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaskan facility is a gigantic mental health facility and can hold approximately 2 million people. The majority of these facilities have no prisoners but are currently staffed by military personal. The camps all have have railroad facilities, as well as roads, coming and going out of them, to get there. Also quite a few are closed down military bases and are adjacent to airport facilities. PHOTOS: FORT DEVENS, MASS.:
    • This prison has factory facilities and a water reservoir that has been built around the camp. It was constructed in 1999 and the railroad had to lay tracks into the prison from Canada and Boston. Note the extensive use of razor wire with the fences. MASSACHUSETTS Camp Edwards / Otis AFB - Cape Cod - This "inactive" base is being converted to hold many New Englander patriots. Capacity unknown. Ft. Devens - Active detention facility. More data needed. http://groups-beta.google.com/group/co.general/msg/3ec54e34a6739833 CAMP GRAYLING, MICHIGAN: This facility is also very well-known to patriots but we include these photos here, as all photos are, to show that it is not a conspiracy theory. The detention center has markers pointing to it from the highways in the surrounding area. Subject: Camp Grayling Range 3 area... Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2005 23:51:00 +0000 From: John Smith stealth_shadow2005_92@hotmail.com To: apfn@apfn.org Camp Grayling Range 3 area... Webmaster: The Range 3 area of the Camp Grayling Michigan National Guard military
    • reservation has long been rumored to be a civilian 'detention' camp compound, though the documenting photos of this area are quite outdated that gives evidence of its existence. I thought that a fresh look is long overdue. Since I live somewhat nearby I have undertaken to get some new photos & some fresh insights of this area. I have recently posted my findings with fresh photos & info on a Geocities website http://www.geocities.com/stealth_shadow2005/index.html http://www.apfn.net/messageboard/04-25-05/discussion.cgi.30.html
    • FORT DIX, N.J.: This facility is familiar to veteran patriots. The camp at Ft. Dix is larger than before and can hold many thousands more than when these photos were taken!!
    • Ft. LEONARD WOOD, MISSOURI: This facility is part of the "Stem Village" Urban Warfare Training Center. This facility has a very small capacity at present, but is certainly capable of major future expansion. Most alarming is that this "urban warfare" center is modeled after a generic small town in the USA! NASHVILLE, TENN.:
    • This facility is on state property. Note the high fences with the inward-curving tops and barb wire. This facility can only serve one purpose: to hold people! Some pre-made prison cells on the back of a truck
    • Subject: In support of your exposure of concentration camps Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2001 23:36:23 -0400 From: "Gene" ekvk66@nycap.rr.com In support of your exposure of concentration camps, I have come across the
    • following links. It would be interesting to know their validity. The last two may explain the reason of the camps are are most frightening if true: Phil Schneider Lecture - UFOs and Cattle Cars Phil Schneider's warning: PHIL SCHNEIDER VS - Phil Schneider's warning Underground Bases: A Lecture by Phil Schnieder: May 1995 - another site of Phil's warning http://web.archive.org/web/20010805172624/http://www.gemini.org.uk/Twins/ufo /april97/schneider.htm - another site offering Phil's warning The OMEGA File : ATTENTION: CIVIL WAR IS ABOUT TO BEGIN IN THE UNITED STATES! http://www.uforanks.com/chapter_nineteen.htm ThincBiz.com-Clinton's Carnage - a must read LETTERS TO THE EDITOR - a bit on the edge, but still shows a pattern GOA Texas: Political Prisoners in America - a very sad, but authentic ligitimate looking story -- doesn't offer evidence of black box cars with shackles, but does offer evidence of deliberate elimination of rightous politicians http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Shadowlands/6583/bases004.html -After reading this, you probably won't want anything to do with the "MARK OF THE BEAST" chip -- There are a lot of web references to DULCE, but this one makes the Revelation look like it can be taken literally. http://www.totse.com/en/fringe/flying_saucers_from_andromeda/omegafl.html -makes Hitler look pale ===================================================== US Has been preparing to turn America into a military dictatorship
    • US Has been preparing to turn America into a military dictatorship http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Evils%20in%20Government/Police %20State/garden_plot.htm ======================================================
    • White House Briefing Room February 24, 2000 STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT I have just signed a Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) that will improve America’s ability to strengthen police and judicial institutions in countries where peacekeeping forces are deployed. The PDD directs the Departments of State, Defense and Justice to undertake a series of critical enhancements in the areas of police-military coordination, as well as in police, penal and judicial training and development. In peacekeeping missions from the Balkans to East Timor, establishing basic law and order has been among the most important - and formidable - challenges. Developing effective local police forces, establishing credible court and penal systems, and reforming legal codes can make the crucial difference between building a just future and lapsing back into conflict. When fully implemented, this PDD will help overcome major obstacles that
    • currently confront international peacekeeping operations. By enhancing cooperation between police and military peacekeepers, we will better ensure public security during these operations. By more effectively training and fielding international police monitors, we will better ensure that local police fairly and effectively prevent the breakdown of law and order in post-conflict societies. And by improving our ability to provide assistance to local judicial and penal institutions, we will better ensure accountability, as well as confidence among local populations often traumatized by the conflicts they have endured. We must do everything possible to improve our ability to help countries in transition to get the job done - and to encourage other governments and the United Nations to be deeply engaged in these efforts. http://www.newswatchmagazine.org/UNpolice/index.shtml ======================================================== Federal Detention Center in Honolulu Hawaii, next to Honolulu Airport and Hickum Air Base. Completed May 2001 with 670 beds. Special Housing Unit for high-risk inmates Hawaii
    • A Tour of the Facility Federal Detention Centers by Sterling D. Allan, Manti, Utah December 17, 1999 I was with a friend last night who related to me and several others a great deal of information about the state of the pending police state in this country. I plan to relay in a future post additional revelations he made. He is a very careful researcher, seeking original source information. The following is conveyed from his first-hand experience. He showed us several photographs which he took of a "Federal Detention Center" in Seattle. He said he would allow me to publish the photos on my web site when he can get some time to make copies of them and send them to me next month. They will be published to the same URL mentioned above. The building looks like a cross between a prison and a hospital. It is huge -- about the height of the Federal Murrah Building but twice the depth -- square rather than rectangular with a gray concrete facade punctuated with small, vertical slit windows. The lower two or three stories are decorated with red brick. The marquee out in front of the building reads "Federal Detention Center" with a UN insignia above it and address number 2425 below it, which piqued my interest, inasmuch as word number 2424 in the New Testament lexicon is the word "Iesous" (Jesus). Words of opposite meaning are very often found next to each other in alphabetic sequence. When he was in Seattle recently, my friend drove with a friend of his to this "Federal Detention Center." They parked in a spot marked for "visitors," went into the reception area and asked when tours were held. After being told of some time slots, they then proceeded outside and started taking pictures of the facility. As they were doing so, a burly security guard-looking guy came up to them and said that he was taking them into custody for (I can't remember what he said the charge was, but it was something like trespassing on Federal property). My friend replied that they were waiting for a tour to begin and noted that they were on a public sidewalk. This did not seem to impress the officer. He said that there are no tours, and that he was superior in rank to the person at the desk where they had received that information. After taking them inside for a lengthy interrogation, which made my friend's companion tremble for fear, they were finally released.
    • When my friend told a physician acquaintance of his about the incident, the physician, who is extremely rich and well known in the community, replied, "I will get you a tour." And that he did. He and the chief of police, and a representative of the media, and my friend were given a tour of the entire facility, minus the medical area -- which was an interesting omission inasmuch as the personnel at the facility had promised an exhaustive tour. My friend said that every one of the detention center personnel he saw was black and very large in stature. The Law library, which every prison is required to have, was present, but the shelves were bare of any books. Outside the Medical area was a long line of waiting inmates. They were also shown the internment labor facility and were told that the inmates were kept busy there for eight hours a day. Though they had some inmates, the center was largely vacant considering its occupancy capacity of several thousand. Outside the facility were parked five or six unmarked busses and several white semi trailers. Upon looking closer, my friend could see that behind the dark tinted windows of the bus were bars. He showed us photos of two of the buses. They were like brand new Greyhound Busses, minus any writing on the thick white line background running the length of the bus with a thin red line above it. When they asked what a "Federal Detention Center" was for and how it differed from a State or Federal Prison, they were told that these centers were built under the direction of President Clinton for those who committed federal crimes which fit into three basic categories: (1) Gun Violations (2) Crimes crossing state borders (3) Crimes committed on Indian Reservations Apparently there are eight such structures in the U.S. My friend showed us a photo of another Detention Center under construction in Oklahoma. Each one of these are located at the ends of runways of the major airports of the cities in which they are located, where inmates could be loaded and unloaded aboard large transport aircraft. My friend called them "Transfer Centers," guessing that they were designed for the future movement of dissident citizens from one concentration camp to another after Martial law has been imposed and confiscation of guns enforced.
    • Any questions about the details of this information may be confirmed in person by going to Seattle, or may be conveyed through me to my friend. sterlingda@greaterthings.com http://www.greaterthings.com/News/Martial_Law/fed_detention.htm ====================================================================== Concentration Camps Websites {2-10-02} TAMHA archives -- March 2002 (#7) ====================================================================== FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS: Locations and Executive Orders http://www.sianews.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1062 Tennessee IndyMedia: Fema Concentration Camps Ready http://www.sianews.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=2047 AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH OF OVEN SITE The place is located in Ohio, NNW of Zanesville. Of course, this is in no way definitive of much, except that, I did see the tape at one point, and it matches the site -- with "ovens" built into the hillside. FROM THE AIR The place is located in Ohio, NNW of Zanesville. http://www.angelfire.com/music2/fullcircle/oven.html
    • Manzanar War Relocation Center - Owens Valley, California Manzanar - America's Concentration Camp ======================================================= Georgia: Bill to replace electric chair with guillotine Georgia lawmaker Doug Teper (Democrat) has proposed a bill to replace the state's electric chair with the guillotine. Teper's reasoning? It would allow for death-row inmates as organ donors, he says, since the "Blade makes a clean cut and leaves vital organs intact." In 1995, a move to replace the electric chair with lethal injection (poisoning) failed in Georgia's assembly because legislators feared that prisoners could argue for a new sentencing hearing if the state changed the law. The Guillotine, invented by the French Dr. Guillotine, was mainly used in the 18th and 19th century and chops off a person's head. It hasn't been used for decades in any country on this planet. [March 5, 1996; based upon news report] Watcher comments: There is a group of lawmakers out there who think chopping people's heads off is a good idea. Criminals are a good first step in acclimating the public to the spectacle of death by beheading. The practical application of "organ donation" is a good excuse to implement guillotine production.
    • By the time the antichrist takes control, there should be some very skilled guillotine craftsman out there, and the infrastructure for transporting such apparatus will be fully in place. Isn't that convenient? Read the Chilling Proposition from Teper et. HB 1274 - Death penalty; guillotine provisions SECTION 1. 1- 8 The General Assembly finds that while prisoners condemned to 1- 9 death may wish to donate one or more of their organs for 1-10 transplant, any such desire is thwarted by the fact that 1-11 electrocution makes all such organs unsuitable for 1-12 transplant. The intent of the General Assembly in enacting 1-13 this legislation is to provide for a method of execution 1-14 which is compatible with the donation of organs by a 1-15 condemned prisoner. SECTION 2. 1-16 1-17 1-18 1-19 1-20 Article 2 of Chapter 10 of Title 17 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to the death penalty generally, is amended by striking in its entirety Code Section 17-10-38, relating to death sentences generally, and inserting in lieu thereof the following: 1-21 "17-10-38. (Index) 1-22 1-23 1-24 1-25 1-26 1-27 1-28 (a) All persons who have been convicted of a capital offense and have had imposed upon them a sentence of death shall, at the election of the condemned, suffer such punishment either by electrocution or by guillotine. If the condemned fails to make an election by the thirtieth day preceding the date scheduled for execution, punishment shall be by electrocution. 1-29 1-30 1-31 (b) In all cases in which the defendant is sentenced to be electrocuted executed, it shall be the duty of the trial judge in passing sentence to direct that the defendant be
    • -1- (Index) LC 21 3643 2- 1 2- 2 2- 3 delivered to the Department of Corrections for electrocution execution at a state correctional institution designated by the department." SECTION 3. 2- 4 2- 5 2- 6 2- 7 2- 8 Said article is further amended by striking in its entirety Code Section 17-10-44, relating to death chamber apparatus and related matters, and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "17-10-44. (Index) 2- 9 The Department of Corrections shall provide a death 2-10 chamber and all necessary apparatus, machinery, and 2-11 appliances for inflicting the penalty of death by 2-12 electrocution or by guillotine." http://web.archive.org/web/20020213222816/http://hardtruth.topcities.com/georg ia_bill_guillotine.htmGeorgia House of Representatives - 1995/1996 Sessions HB 1274 - Death penalty; guillotine provisions HB 1274 - Death penalty; guillotine provisions ======================================================= There is another element to all this. The Airports being built. One particularly in Denver, the Denver International Airport. Here there are murals of NAZI stormtroopers on the walls. Writings from children in the holocaust, and there is a Masonic Symbol of the Interlocked Compass and it says New World Airport Commision. THIS IS AMAZING!! SEE THIS FOR YOURSELF!! ============================================= John Ashcroft's Skeleton Closet Click on the allegation of your choice: This self-righteous former Missouri governor considers himself a moral crusader, but he has more than his share of petty corruption scandals from his past as Missouri governor:
    • - Declared "economic emergency" to push through an 18-mile, $140 million freeway right to a major contributor's property - Used state employees for his re-election campaign - Received (and didn't report) a favorable deal on a boat from a contributor who got $1 million in Missouri state contracts - His attorney general went to prison for converting state property to his own. Editor's note: we never finished the Ashcroft page because he dropped out so quickly. But here are a couple of sources: - a web site that is obviously anti-Ashcroft but seems to have a lot of original documents and articles on line. Lot's on the freeway issue. Ashcroft's Freeway Scandal
    • - a story in the very liberal though reasonably factual magazine Mother Jones Mother Jones Magazine, Nov.-Dec. 1998 Mother Jones Magazine, Nov.-Dec. 1998 http://www.motherjones.com/commentary/power_plays/1998/11/saletan.html BACK TO SKELETON CLOSET
    • Paid for by Real People For Real Change and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. Copyright 2001 Real People For Real Change PAC http://www.realchange.org/ashcroft.htm ========================================== LOCATIONS FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMP LOCATIONS Where are these camps? ALABAMA Opelika - Military compound either in or very near town. Aliceville - WWII German POW camp - capacity 15,000 Ft. McClellan (Anniston) - Opposite side of town from Army Depot; Maxwell AFB (Montgomery) - Civilian prison camp established under Operation Garden Plot, currently operating with support staff and small inmate population. Talladega - Federal prison "satellite" camp. ALASKA Wilderness - East of Anchorage. No roads, Air & Railroad access only. Estimated capacity of 500,000 Elmendorf AFB - Northeast area of Anchorage - far end of base. Garden Plot facility. Eielson AFB - Southeast of Fairbanks. Operation Garden Plot facility. Ft. Wainwright - East of Fairbanks ARIZONA Ft. Huachuca - 20 miles from Mexican border, 30 miles from Nogales Rex '84 facility. Pinal County - on the Gila River - WWII Japanese detention camp. May be renovated. Yuma County - Colorado River - Site of former Japanese detention camp (near proving grounds). This site was completely removed in 1990 according to some reports. Phoenix - Federal Prison Satellite Camp. Main federal facility expanded. Florence - WWII prison camp NOW RENOVATED, OPERATIONAL with staff & 400 prisoners, operational capacity of 3,500. Wickenburg - Airport is ready for conversion; total capacity unknown. Davis-Monthan AFB (Tucson) - Fully staffed and presently holding prisoners!! Sedona - site of possible UN base.
    • ARKANSAS Ft. Chaffee (near Fort Smith, Arkansas) - Has new runway for aircraft, new camp facility with cap of 40,000 prisoners Pine Bluff Arsenal - This location also is the repository for B-Z nerve agent, which causes sleepiness, dizziness, stupor; admitted use is for civilian control. Jerome - Chicot/Drew Counties - site of WWII Japanese camps Rohwer - Descha County - site of WWII Japanese camps Blythville AFB - Closed airbase now being used as camp. New wooden barracks have been constructed at this location. Classic decorations - guard towers, barbed wire, high fences. Berryville - FEMA facility located east of Eureka Springs off Hwy. 62. Omaha - Northeast of Berryville near Missouri state line, on Hwy 65 south of old wood processing plant. Possible crematory facility. CALIFORNIA Vandenburg AFB - Rex 84 facility, located near Lompoc & Santa Maria. Internment facility is located near the oceanside, close to Space Launch Complex #6, also called "Slick Six". The launch site has had "a flawless failure record" and is rarely used. Norton AFB - (closed base) now staffed with UN according to some sources. Tule Lake - area of "wildlife refuge", accessible by unpaved road, just inside Modoc County. Fort Ord - Closed in 1994, this facility is now an urban warfare training center for US and foreign troops, and may have some "P.O.W. - C.I." enclosures. Twentynine Palms Marine Base - Birthplace of the infamous "Would you shoot American citizens?" Quiz. New camps being built on "back 40". Oakdale - Rex 84 camp capable of holding at least 20,000 people. 90 mi. East of San Francisco. Terminal Island - (Long Beach) located next to naval shipyards operated by ChiCom shipping interests. Federal prison facility located here. Possible deportation point. Ft. Irwin - FEMA facility near Barstow. Base is designated inactive but has staffed camp. McClellan AFB - facility capable for 30,000 - 35,000 Sacramento - Army Depot - No specific information at this time. Mather AFB - Road to facility is blocked off by cement barriers and a stop sign. Sign states area is restricted; as of 1997 there were barbed wire fences pointing inward, a row of stadium lights pointed toward an empty field, etc. Black boxes on poles may have been cameras. COLORADO Trinidad - WWII German/Italian camp being renovated. Granada - Prowers County - WWII Japanese internment camp Ft. Carson - Along route 115 near Canon City CONNECTICUT, DELAWARE No data available. FLORIDA Avon Park - Air Force gunnery range, Avon Park has an on-base "correctional facility"
    • which was a former WWII detention camp. Camp Krome - DoJ detention/interrogation center, Rex 84 facility Eglin AFB - This base is over 30 miles long, from Pensacola to Hwy 331 in De Funiak Springs. High capacity facility, presently manned and populated with some prisoners. Pensacola - Federal Prison Camp Everglades - It is believed that a facility may be carved out of the wilds here. GEORGIA Ft. Benning - Located east of Columbus near Alabama state line. Rex 84 site - Prisoners brought in via Lawson Army airfield. Ft. Mc Pherson - US Force Command - Multiple reports that this will be the national headquarters and coordinating center for foreign/UN troop movement and detainee collection. Ft. Gordon - West of Augusta - No information at this time. Unadilla - Dooly County - Manned, staffed FEMA prison on route 230, no prisoners. Oglethorpe - Macon County; facility is located five miles from Montezuma, three miles from Oglethorpe. This FEMA prison has no staff and no prisoners. Morgan - Calhoun County, FEMA facility is fully manned & staffed - no prisoners. Camilla - Mitchell County, south of Albany. This FEMA facility is located on Mt. Zion Rd approximately 5.7 miles south of Camilla. Unmanned - no prisoners, no staff. Hawkinsville - Wilcox County; Five miles east of town, fully manned and staffed but no prisoners. Located on fire road 100/Upper River Road Abbeville - South of Hawkinsville on US route 129; south of town off route 280 near Ocmulgee River. FEMA facility is staffed but without prisoners. McRae - Telfair County - 1.5 miles west of McRae on Hwy 134 (8th St). Facility is on Irwinton Avenue off 8th St., manned & staffed - no prisoners. Fort Gillem - South side of Atlanta - FEMA designated detention facility. Fort Stewart - Savannah area - FEMA designated detention facility HAWAII Halawa Heights area - Crematory facility located in hills above city. Area is marked as a state department of health laboratory. Barbers Point NAS - There are several military areas that could be equipped for detention / deportation. Honolulu - Detention transfer facility at the Honolulu airport similar in construction to the one in.Oklahoma (pentagon-shaped building where airplanes can taxi up to). IDAHO Minidoka/Jerome Counties - WWII Japanese-American internment facility possibly under renovation. Clearwater National Forest - Near Lolo Pass - Just miles from the Montana state line near Moose Creek, this unmanned facility is reported to have a nearby airfield. Wilderness areas - Possible location. No data. ILLINOIS Marseilles - Located on the Illinois River off Interstate 80 on Hwy 6. It is a relatively small
    • facility with a cap of 1400 prisoners. Though it is small it is designed like prison facilities with barred windows, but the real smoking gun is the presence of military vehicles. Being located on the Illinois River it is possible that prisoners will be brought in by water as well as by road and air. This facility is approximately 75 miles west of Chicago. National Guard training area nearby. Scott AFB - Barbed wire prisoner enclosure reported to exist just off-base. More info needed, as another facility on-base is beieved to exist. Pekin - This Federal satellite prison camp is also on the Illinois River, just south of Peoria. It supplements the federal penitentiary in Marion, which is equipped to handle additional population outside on the grounds. Chanute AFB - Rantoul, near Champaign/Urbana - This closed base had WWII - era barracks that were condemned and torn down, but the medical facility was upgraded and additional fencing put up in the area. More info needed. Marion - Federal Penitentiary and satellite prison camp inside Crab Orchard Nat'l Wildlife Refuge. Manned, staffed, populated fully. Greenfield - Two federal correctional "satellite prison camps" serving Marion - populated as above. Shawnee National Forest - Pope County - This area has seen heavy traffic of foreign military equipment and troops via Illinois Central Railroad, which runs through the area. Suspected location is unknown, but may be close to Vienna and Shawnee correctional centers, located 6 mi. west of Dixon Springs. Savanna Army Depot - NW area of state on Mississippi River. Lincoln, Sheridan, Menard, Pontiac, Galesburg - State prison facilities equipped for major expansion and close or adjacent to highways & railroad tracks. Kankakee - Abandoned industrial area on west side of town (Rt.17 & Main) designated as FEMA detention site. Equipped with water tower, incinerator, a small train yard behind it and the rear of the facility is surrounded by barbed wire facing inwards. INDIANA Indianapolis / Marion County - Amtrak railcar repair facility (closed); controversial site of a major alleged detention / processing center. Although some sources state that this site is a "red herring", photographic and video evidence suggests otherwise. This large facility contains large 3-4 inch gas mains to large furnaces (crematoria??), helicopter landing pads, railheads for prisoners, Red/Blue/Green zones for classifying/processing incoming personnel, one-way turnstiles, barracks, towers, high fences with razor wire, etc. Personnel with government clearance who are friendly to the patriot movement took a guided tour of the facility to confirm this site. This site is located next to a closed refrigeration plant facility. Ft. Benjamin Harrison - Located in the northeast part of Indianapolis, this base has been decomissioned from "active" use but portions are still ideally converted to hold detainees. Helicopter landing areas still exist for prisoners to be brought in by air, land & rail. Crown Point - Across street from county jail, former hospital. One wing presently being used for county work-release program, 80% of facility still unused. Possible FEMA detention center or holding facility. Camp Atterbury - Facility is converted to hold prisoners and boasts two active compounds presently configured for minumum security detainees. Located just west of Interstate 65
    • near Edinburgh, south of Indianapolis. Terre Haute - Federal Correctional Institution, Satellite prison camp and death facility. Equipped with crematoria reported to have a capacity of 3,000 people a day. FEMA designated facility located here. Fort Wayne - This city located in Northeast Indiana has a FEMA designated detention facility, accessible by air, road and nearby rail. Kingsbury - This "closed" military base is adjacent to a state fish & wildlife preserve. Part of the base is converted to an industrial park, but the southern portion of this property is still used. It is bordered on the south by railroad, and is staffed with some foreign-speaking UN troops. A local police officer who was hunting and camping close to the base in the game preserve was accosted, roughed up, and warned by the English-speaking unit commander to stay away from the area. It was suggested to the officer that the welfare of his family would depend on his "silence". Located just southeast of LaPorte. Jasper-Pulaski Wildlife Area - Youth Corrections farm located here. Facility is "closed", but is still staffed and being "renovated". Total capacity unknown. Grissom AFB - This closed airbase still handles a lot of traffic, and has a "state-owned" prison compound on the southern part of the facility. UNICOR. Jefferson Proving Grounds - Southern Indiana - This facility was an active base with test firing occuring daily. Portions of the base have been opened to create an industrial park, but other areas are still highly restricted. A camp is believed to be located "downrange". Facility is equipped with an airfield and has a nearby rail line. Newport - Army Depot - VX nerve gas storage facility. Secret meetings were held here in 1998 regarding the addition of the Kankakee River watershed to the Heritage Rivers Initiative. Hammond - large enclosure identified in FEMA-designated city. IOWA No data available. KANSAS Leavenworth - US Marshal's Fed Holding Facility, US Penitentiary, Federal Prison Camp, McConnell Air Force Base. Federal death penalty facility. Concordia - WWII German POW camp used to exist at this location but there is no facility there at this time. Ft. Riley - Just north of Interstate 70, airport, near city of Manhattan. El Dorado - Federal prison converted into forced-labor camp, UNICOR industries. Topeka - 80 acres has been converted into a temporary holding camp. KENTUCKY Ashland - Federal prison camp in Eastern Kentucky near the Ohio River. Louisville - FEMA detention facility, located near restricted area US naval ordnance plant. Military airfield located at facility, which is on south side of city. Lexington - FEMA detention facility, National Guard base with adjacent airport facility.
    • Manchester - Federal prison camp located inside Dan Boone National Forest. Ft. Knox - Detention center, possibly located near Salt River, in restricted area of base. Local patriots advise that black Special Forces & UN gray helicopters are occasionally seen in area. Land Between the Lakes - This area was declared a UN biosphere and is an ideal geographic location for detention facilities. Area is an isthmus extending out from Tennessee, between Lake Barkley on the east and Kentucky Lake on the west. Just scant miles from Fort Campbell in Tennessee. LOUISIANA Ft. Polk - This is a main base for UN troops & personnel, and a training center for the disarmament of America. Livingston - WWII German/Italian internment camp being renovated?; halfway between Baton Rouge and Hammond, several miles north of Interstate 12. Oakdale - Located on US route 165 about 50 miles south of Alexandria; two federal detention centers just southeast of Fort Polk. MAINE Houlton - WWII German internment camp in Northern Maine, off US Route 1. MARYLAND, and DC Ft. Meade - Halfway between the District of Criminals and Baltimore. Data needed. Ft. Detrick - Biological warfare center for the NWO, located in Frederick. MASSACHUSETTS Camp Edwards / Otis AFB - Cape Cod - This "inactive" base is being converted to hold many New Englander patriots. Capacity unknown. Ft. Devens - Active detention facility. More data needed. MICHIGAN Camp Grayling - Michigan Nat'l Guard base has several confirmed detention camps, classic setup with high fences, razor wire, etc. Guard towers are very well-built, sturdy. Multiple compounds within larger enclosures. Facility deep within forest area. Sawyer AFB - Upper Peninsula - south of Marquette - No data available. Bay City - Classic enclosure with guard towers, high fence, and close to shipping port on Saginaw Bay, which connects to Lake Huron. Could be a deportation point to overseas via St. Lawrence Seaway. Southwest - possibly Berrien County - FEMA detention center. Lansing - FEMA detention facility. MINNESOTA Duluth - Federal prison camp facility. Camp Ripley - new prison facility. MISSISSIPPI These sites are confirmed hoaxes.
    • Hancock County - NASA test site De Soto National Forest. "These two supposed camps in Mississippi do not exist. Members of the Mississippi Militia have checked these out on more than one occasion beginning back when they first appeared on the Internet and throughout the Patriot Movement." - Commander D. Rayner, Mississippi Militia MISSOURI Richards-Gebaur AFB - located in Grandview, near K.C.MO. A very large internment facility has been built on this base, and all base personnel are restricted from coming near it. Ft. Leonard Wood - Situated in the middle of Mark Twain National Forest in Pulaski County. This site has been known for some UN training, also home to the US Army Urban Warfare Training school "Stem Village". Warsaw - Unconfirmed report of a large concentration camp facility. MONTANA Malmstrom AFB - UN aircraft groups stationed here, and possibly a detention facility. NEBRASKA Scottsbluff - WWII German POW camp (renovated?). Northwest, Northeast corners of state - FEMA detention facilities - more data needed. South Central part of state - Many old WWII sites - some may be renovated. NEVADA Elko - Ten miles south of town. Wells - Camp is located in the O'Niel basin area, 40 miles north of Wells, past Thousand Springs, west off Hwy 93 for 25 miles. Pershing County - Camp is located at I-80 mile marker 112, south side of the highway, about a mile back on the county road and then just off the road about 3/4mi. Winnemucca - Battle Mountain area - at the base of the mountains. Nellis Air Force Range - Northwest from Las Vegas on Route 95. Nellis AFB is just north of Las Vegas on Hwy 604. Stillwater Naval Air Station - east of Reno . No additional data. NEW HAMPSHIRE / VERMONT Northern New Hampshire - near Lake Francis. No additional data. NEW JERSEY Ft. Dix / McGuire AFB - Possible deportation point for detainees. Lots of pictures taken of detention compounds and posted on Internet, this camp is well-known. Facility is now complete and ready for occupancy. NEW MEXICO Ft. Bliss - This base actually straddles Texas state line. Just south of Alomogordo, Ft. Bliss has thousands of acres for people who refuse to go with the "New Order".
    • Holloman AFB (Alomogordo)- Home of the German Luftwaffe in Amerika; major UN base. New facility being built on this base, according to recent visitors. Many former USAF buildings have been torn down by the busy and rapidly growing German military force located here. Fort Stanton - currently being used as a youth detention facility approximately 35 miles north of Ruidoso, New Mexico. Not a great deal of information concerning the Lordsburg location. White Sands Missile Range - Currently being used as a storage facility for United Nations vehicles and equipment. Observers have seen this material brought in on the Whitesands rail spur in Oro Grande New Mexico about thirty miles from the Texas, New Mexico Border. NEW YORK Ft. Drum - two compounds: Rex 84 detention camp and FEMA detention facility. Albany - FEMA detention facility. Otisville - Federal correctional facility, near Middletown. Buffalo - FEMA detention facility. NORTH CAROLINA Camp Lejeune / New River Marine Airfield - facility has renovated, occupied WWII detention compounds and "mock city" that closely resembles Anytown, USA. Fort Bragg - Special Warfare Training Center. Renovated WWII detention facility. Andrews - Federal experiment in putting a small town under siege. Began with the search/ hunt for survivalist Eric Rudolph. No persons were allowed in or out of town without federal permission and travel through town was highly restricted. Most residents compelled to stay in their homes. Unregistered Baptist pastor from Indiana visiting Andrews affirmed these facts. NORTH DAKOTA Minot AFB - Home of UN air group. More data needed on facility. OHIO Camp Perry - Site renovated; once used as a POW camp to house German and Italian prisoners of WWII. Some tar paper covered huts built for housing these prisoners are still standing. Recently, the construction of multiple 200-man barracks have replaced most of the huts. Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus - FEMA detention facilities. Data needed. Lima - FEMA detention facility. Another facility located in/near old stone quarry near Interstate 75. Railroad access to property, fences etc. OKLAHOMA Tinker AFB (OKC) - All base personnel are prohibited from going near civilian detention area, which is under constant guard. Will Rogers World Airport - FEMA's main processing center for west of the Mississippi. All personnel are kept out of the security zone. Federal prisoner transfer center located here (A pentagon-shaped building where airplanes can taxi up to). Photos have been taken
    • and this site will try to post soon! El Reno - Renovated federal internment facility with CURRENT population of 12,000 on Route 66. McAlester - near Army Munitions Plant property - former WWII German / Italian POW camp designated for future use. Ft. Sill (Lawton) - Former WWII detention camps. More data still needed. OREGON Sheridan - Federal prison satellite camp northwest of Salem. Josephine County - WWII Japanese internment camp ready for renovation. Sheridan - FEMA detention center. Umatilla - New prison spotted. PENNSYLVANIA Allenwood - Federal prison camp located south of Williamsport on the Susquehanna River. It has a current inmate population of 300, and is identified by William Pabst as having a capacity in excess of 15,000 on 400 acres. Indiantown Gap Military Reservation - located north of Harrisburg. Used for WWII POW camp and renovated by Jimmy Carter. Was used to hold Cubans during Mariel boat lift. Camp Hill - State prison close to Army depot. Lots of room, located in Camp Hill, Pa. New Cumberland Army Depot - on the Susquehanna River, located off Interstate 83 and Interstate 76. Schuylkill Haven - Federal prison camp, north of Reading. SOUTH CAROLINA Greenville - Unoccupied youth prison camp; total capacity unknown. Charleston - Naval Reserve & Air Force base, restricted area on naval base. SOUTH DAKOTA Yankton - Federal prison camp Black Hills Nat'l Forest - north of Edgemont, southwest part of state. WWII internment camp being renovated. TENNESSEE Ft. Campbell - Next to Land Between the Lakes; adjacent to airfield and US Alt. 41. Millington - Federal prison camp next door to Memphis Naval Air Station. Crossville - Site of WWII German / Italian prison camp is renovated; completed barracks and behind the camp in the woods is a training facility with high tight ropes and a rappelling deck. Nashville - There are two buildings built on State property that are definitely built to hold prisoners. They are identical buildings - side by side on Old Briley Parkway. High barbed wire fence that curves inward. TEXAS Austin - Robert Mueller Municipal airport has detenion areas inside hangars. Bastrop - Prison and military vehicle motor pool.
    • Eden - 1500 bed privately run federal center. Currently holds illegal aliens. Ft. Hood (Killeen) - Newly built concentration camp, with towers, barbed wire etc., just like the one featured in the movie Amerika. Mock city for NWO shock- force training. Some footage of this area was used in "Waco: A New Revelation" Reese AFB (Lubbock) - FEMA designated detention facility. Sheppard AFB - in Wichita Falls just south of Ft. Sill, OK. FEMA designated detention facility. North Dallas - near Carrolton - water treatment plant, close to interstate and railroad. Mexia - East of Waco 33mi.; WWII German facility may be renovated. Amarillo - FEMA designated detention facility Ft. Bliss (El Paso) - Extensive renovation of buildings and from what patriots have been able to see, many of these buildings that are being renovated are being surrounded by razor wire. Beaumont / Port Arthur area - hundreds of acres of federal camps already built on largescale detention camp design, complete with the double rows of chain link fencing with razor type concertina wire on top of each row. Some (but not all) of these facilities are currently being used for low-risk state prisoners who require a minimum of supervision. Ft. Worth - Federal prison under construction on the site of Carswell AFB. UTAH Millard County - Central Utah - WWII Japanese camp. (Renovated?) Ft. Douglas - This "inactive" military reservation has a renovated WWII concentration camp. Migratory Bird Refuge - West of Brigham City - contains a WWII internment camp that was built before the game preserve was established. Cedar City - east of city - no data available. Wendover - WWII internment camp may be renovated. Skull Valley - southwestern Camp William property - east of the old bombing range. Camp was accidentally discovered by a man and his son who were rabbit hunting; they were discovered and apprehended. SW of Tooele. VIRGINIA Ft. A.P. Hill (Fredericksburg) - Rex 84 / FEMA facility. Estimated capacity 45,000. Petersburg - Federal satellite prison camp, south of Richmond. WEST VIRGINIA Beckley - Alderson - Lewisburg - Former WWII detention camps that are now converted into active federal prison complexes capable of holding several times their current populations. Alderson is presently a women's federal reformatory. Morgantown - Federal prison camp located in northern WV; just north of Kingwood. Mill Creek - FEMA detention facility. Kingwood - Newly built detention camp at Camp Dawson Army Reservation. More data needed on Camp Dawson. WASHINGTON Seattle/Tacoma - SeaTac Airport: fully operational federal transfer center
    • Okanogan County - Borders Canada and is a site for a massive concentration camp capable of holding hundreds of thousands of people for slave labor. This is probably one of the locations that will be used to hold hard core patriots who will be held captive for the rest of their lives. Sand Point Naval Station - Seattle - FEMA detention center used actively during the 1999 WTO protests to classify prisoners. Ft. Lewis / McChord AFB - near Tacoma - This is one of several sites that may be used to ship prisoners overseas for slave labor. WISCONSIN Ft. McCoy - Rex 84 facility with several complete interment compounds. Oxford - Central part of state - Federal prison & staellite camp and FEMA detention facility. WYOMING Heart Mountain - Park County N. of Cody - WWII Japanese interment camp ready for renovation. Laramie - FEMA detention facility Southwest - near Lyman - FEMA detention facility East Yellowstone - Manned internment facility - Investigating patriots were apprehended by European soldiers speaking in an unknown language. Federal government assumed custody of the persons and arranged their release. OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES There are many other locations not listed above that are worthy of consideration as a possible detention camp site, but due to space limitations and the time needed to verify, could not be included here. Virtually all military reservations, posts, bases, stations, & depots can be considered highly suspect (because it is "federal" land). Also fitting this category are "Regional Airports" and "International Airports" which also fall under federal jurisdiction and have limited-access areas. Mental hospitals, closed hospitals & nursing homes, closed military bases, wildlife refuges, state prisons, toxic waste dumps, hotels and other areas all have varying degrees of potential for being a detention camp area. The likelihood of a site being suspect increases with transportation access to the site, including airports/airstrips, railheads, navigable waterways & ports, interstate and US highways. Some facilities are "disguised" as industrial or commercial properties, camouflaged or even wholly contained inside large buildings (Indianapolis) or factories. Many inner-city buildings left vacant during the de-industrialization of America have been quietly acquired and held, sometimes retrofitted for their new uses. CANADA Our Canadian friends tell us that virtually all Canadian military bases, especially those north of the 50th Parallel, are all set up with concentration camps. Not even half of these can be listed, but here are a few sites with the massive land space to handle any population: Suffield CFB - just north of Medicine Hat, less than 60 miles from the USA. Primrose Lake Air Range - 70 miles northeast of Edmonton.
    • Wainwright CFB - halfway between Medicine Hat and Primrose Lake. Ft. Nelson - Northernmost point on the BC Railway line. Ft. McPherson - Very cold territory ~ NW Territories. Ft. Providence - Located on Great Slave Lake. Halifax - Nova Scotia. Dept. of National Defense reserve.... And others. OVERSEAS LOCATIONS Guayanabo, Puerto Rico - Federal prison camp facility. Capacity unknown. Guantanamo Bay, Cuba - US Marine Corps Base - Presently home to 30,000 Mariel Cubans and 40,000 Albanians. Total capacity unknown. http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread23006/pg3 *** ========================================== FEMA SECRET CONCENTRATION CAMPS The September issue of THE OSTRICH reprinted a story from the CBA BULLETIN which listed the following principal civilian concentration camps established in GULAG USA under the =Rex '84= program: Ft. Chaffee, Arkansas; Ft. Drum, New York; Ft. Indian Gap, Pennsylvania; Camp A. P. Hill, Virginia; Oakdale, California; Eglin Air Force Base, Florida; Vendenberg AFB, California; Ft. Mc Coy, Wisconsin; Ft. Benning, Georgia; Ft. Huachuca, Arizona; Camp More [Y]es,N)o,C)ont,A)bort,J)ump! Krome, Florida. The February OSTRICH printed a map of the expanding Gulag. Alhough this listing and map stirred considerable interest, the report was not new. For at least 20 years, knowledgeable Patriots have been warning of these sinister plots to incarcerate dissidents opposing plans of the =Elitist Syndicate= for a totalitarian =New World Order=. Indeed, the plot was recognized with the insidious encroachment of "regionalism" back in the 1960's. As early as 1968, the "greatest land steal in history" leading to global corporate socialism, was in a ="Master Land Plan"= for the United States by =Executive Orders= involving water resource regions, population movement and control, pollution control, zoning and land use, navigation and environmental bills, etc. Indeed, the real undercover aim of the so-called "Environmental Rennaissance" has been the abolition of private property.
    • All prelude to the total grab of the =World Conservation Bank=, as THE OSTRICH has been reporting. The map on this page and the list of executive orders available for imposition of an "emergency" are from 1970s files of the late Gen. =P. A. Del Valle's= ALERT, sent us by =Merritt Newby=, editor of the now defunct AMERICAN CHALLENGE. =Wake up Americans!= The Bushoviks have approved =Gorbachev's= imposition of "Emergency" to suppress unrest. =Henry Kissinger= More [Y]es,N)o,C)ont,A)bort,J)ump! c and his clients hardly missed a day's profits in their deals with the butchers of Tiananmen Sqaure. Are you next? ********************************************************************* **** SUBJECT: Executive Orders APPLICABLE EXECUTIVE ORDERS The following =Executive Orders=, now recorded in the Federal Register, and therefore accepted by Congress as the law of the land, can be put into effect at any time an emergency is declared: 10995--All communications media seized by the Federal Government. 10997--Seizure of all electrical power, fuels, including gasoline and minerals. 10998--Seizure of all food resources, farms and farm equipment. 10999--Seizure of all kinds of transportation, including your personal car, and control of all highways and seaports. 11000--Seizure of all civilians for work under Federal supervision. 11001--Federal takeover of all health, education and welfare. 11002--Postmaster General empowered to register every man, woman and child in the U.S.A. 11003--Seizure of all aircraft and airports by the Federal Government. 11004--Housing and Finance authority may shift population from one locality to another. Complete integration. 11005--Seizure of railroads, inland waterways, and storage facilities. 11051--The Director of the Office of Emergency Planning authorized to put Executive Orders into effect in "times of increased
    • international tension or financial crisis". He is also to perform such additional functions as the President may direct. -------------------------------------------------------------------------A Dangerous Fact Not Generally Known ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THESE EXECUTIVE ORDERS GROSSLY AND FLAGRANTLY VIOLATE ARTICLE 4 SECTION 4 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. "THE UNITED STATES SHALL GUARANTEE TO EVERY STATE IN THIS UNION A REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT, AND SHALL PROTECT EACH OF THEM AGAINST INVASION; AND ON APPLICATION OF THE LEGISLATURE, OR OF THE EXECUTIVE (WHEN THE LEGISLATURE CANNOT BE CONVENED) AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE." "REGIONAL GOVERNMENT IS NOT A REPRESENTATIVE REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT!" When Government gets out of hand and can no longer be controlled by the people, short of violent overthrow as in 1776, there are two sources of power which are used by the dictatorial government to keep the people in line: the Police Power and the Power of the Purse (through which the necessities of life can be withheld). And both of these powers are no longer balanced between the three Federal Branches, and between the Federal and the State and local Governments. These powers have been taken over, with the permission of the Federal Legislature and the State Governments, by the Executive Branch of the Federal Government and all attempts to reclaim that lost power have been defeated. Stated simply: the dictatorial power of the Executive rests primarily on three basis: Executive Order 11490, Executive Order 11647, and the Planning, Programming, Budgeting System which is operated through the new and all-powerful Office of Management and Budget. E. O. 11490 is a compilation of some 23 previous Executive Orders,
    • signed by Nixon on Oct. 28, 1969, and outlining emergency functions which are to be performed by some 28 Executive Departments and Agencies whenever the President of the United States declares a national emergency (as in defiance of an impeachment edict, for example). Under the terms of E. O. 11490, the President can declare that a national emergency exists and the Executive Branch can: * Take over all communications media * Seize all sources of power * Take charge of all food resources * Control all highways and seaports * Seize all railroads, inland waterways, airports, storage facilities * Commandeer all civilians to work under federal supervision * Control all activities relating to health, education, and welfare * Shift any segment of the population from one locality to another * Take over farms, ranches, timberized properties * Regulate the amount of your own money you may withdraw from your bank, or savings and loan institution All of these and many more items are listed in 32 pages incorporating nearly 200,000 words, providing and absolute bureaucratic dictatorship whenever the President gives the word. --> Executive Order 11647 provides the regional and local mechanisms --> and manpower for carrying out the provisions of E. O. 11490. --> Signed by Richard Nixon on Feb. 10, 1972, this Order sets up Ten --> Federal Regional Councils to govern Ten Federal Regions made up --> of the fifty still existing States of the Union. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Don sez: *Check out this book for the inside scoop on the "secret" Constitution.* This lays out exactly what the "New States" are. SUBJECT: - "The Proposed Constitutional Model" Pages 595-621
    • Book Title - The Emerging Constitution Author - Rexford G. Tugwell Publisher - Harpers Magazine Press,Harper and Row Dewey Decimal - 342.73 T915E ISBN - 0-06-128225-10 Note Chapter 14 The 10 Federal Regions ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ REGION I: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont. Regional Capitol: Boston REGION II: New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, Virgin Island. Regional Capitol: New York City REGION III: Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, District of Columbia. Regional Capitol: Philadelphia REGION IV: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee. Regional Capitol: Atlanta REGION V: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin. Regional Capitol: Chicago REGION VI: Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas. Regional Capitol: Dallas-Fort Worth REGION VII: Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska. Regional Capitol: Kansas City REGION VIII: Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming. Regional Capitol: Denver REGION IX: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada. Regional Capitol: San Fransisco REGION X: Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Regional Capitol: Seattle Supplementing these Then Regions, each of the States is, or is to be, divided into subregions, so that Federal Executive control is provided over every community.
    • Then, controlling the bedgeting and the programming at every level is that politico-economic system known as PPBS. The President need not wait for some emergency such as an impeachment ouster. He can declare a National Emergency at any time, and freeze everything, just as he has already frozen wages and prices. And the Congress, and the States, are powerless to prevent such an Executive Dictatorship, unless Congress moves to revoke these extraordinary powers before the Chief Executive moves to invoke them. THESE EXECUTIVE ORDERS GROSSLY AND FLAGRANTLY VIOLATE THE INTENT AND PURPOSE OF ARTICLE 4 SECTION 3. THERE IS NO PROVISION IN THIS SECTION OR THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES FOR FORMING A REGIONAL STATE OUT OF A GROUP OF STATES! FURTHER, THESE EXECUTIVE ORDERS GROSSLY AND FLAGRANTLY VIOLATE THE 9TH AND 10TH AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION! By Proclaiming and Putting Into Effect Executive Order No. 11490, the President would put the United States under TOTAL MARTIAL LAW AND MILITARY DICTATORSHIP! The Guns Of The American People Would Be Forcibly Taken! ============================================================ ============= Bushie-Tail used the Gulf War Show to greatly expand the powers of the presidency. During this shell game event, the Executive Orders signed into "law" continued Bushie's methodical and detailed program to bury any residual traces of the constitutional rights and protections of U.S. citizens. The Bill of Rights--[almost too late to] use 'em or lose 'em:
    • || The record of Bush's fast and loose approach to || || constitutionally guaranteed civil rights is a history of || || the erosion of liberty and the consolidation of an imperial || || executive. || ---------------------------------------------------------------------------From "Covert Action Information Bulletin," Number 37, Summer, 1991 (see bottom 2 pages for subscription & back issues info on this quarterly): Domestic Consequences of the Gulf War Diana Reynolds Reprinted with permission of CAIB. Copyright 1991 Diana Reynolds is a Research Associate at the Edward R. Murrow Center, Fletcher School for Public Policy, Tufts University. She is also an Assistant Professor of Politics at Broadford College and a Lecturer at Merrimack College. A war, even the most victorious, is a national misfortune. --Helmuth Von Moltke, Prussian field marshall George Bush put the United States on the road to its second war in two years by declaring a national emergency on August 2,1990. In response to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, Bush issued two Executive Orders (12722 and 12723) which restricted trade and travel with Iraq and froze Iraqi and Kuwaiti assets within the U.S. and those in the possession of U.S. persons abroad. At least 15 other executive orders followed these initial restrictions and enabled the President to mobilize the country's human and productive resources for war. Under the national emergency, Bush was able unilaterally to break his 1991 budget agreement with Congress which had frozen defense spending, to entrench further the U.S. economy in the mire of the militaryindustrial complex, to override environmental protection regulations, and to make free enterprise and civil liberties conditional upon an
    • executive determination of national security interests. The State of Emergency In time of war a president's power derives from both constitutional and statutory sources. Under Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution, he is Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces. Although Congress alone retains the right to declare war, this power has become increasingly meaningless in the face of a succession of unilateral decisions by the executive to mount invasions. The president's statutory authority, granted by Congress and expanded by it under the 1988 National Emergencies Act (50 USC sec. 1601), confers special powers in time of war or national emergency. He can invoke those special powers simply by declaring a national emergency. First, however, he must specify the legal provisions under which he proposes that he, or other officers, will act. Congress may end a national emergency by enacting a joint resolution. Once invoked by the president, emergency powers are directed by the National Security Council and administered, where appropriate, under the general umbrella of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).[1] There is no requirement that Congress be consulted before an emergency is declared or findings signed. The only restriction on Bush is that he must inform Congress in a "timely" fashion--he being the sole arbiter of timeliness. Ultimately, the president's perception of the severity of a particular threat to national security and the integrity of his appointed officers determine the nature of any state of emergency. For this reason, those who were aware of the modern development of presidential emergency powers were apprehensive about the domestic ramifications of any national emergency declared by George Bush. In light of Bush's record (see "Bush Chips Away at Constitution" Box below) and present performance, their fears appear well-founded. The War at Home It is too early to know all of the emergency powers, executive orders and findings issued under classified National Security Directives[2] implemented by Bush in the name of the Gulf War. In addition to the emergency powers necessary to the direct mobilization of active and reserve armed forces of the United States, there are some 120 additional emergency powers that can be used in a national
    • emergency or state of war (declared or undeclared by Congress). The "Federal Register" records some 15 Executive Orders (EO) signed by Bush from August 2,1990 to February 14,1991. (See "Bush's Executive Orders" box, below) It may take many years before most of the executive findings and use of powers come to light, if indeed they ever do. But evidence is emerging that at least some of Bush's emergency powers were activated in secret. Although only five of the 15 EOs that were published were directed at non-military personnel, the costs directly attributable to the exercise of the authorities conferred by the declaration of national emergency from August 2, 1990 to February 1, 1991 for nonmilitary activities are estimated at approximately $1.3 billion. According to a February 11, 1991 letter from Bush to congressional leaders reporting on the "National Emergency With Respect to Iraq," these costs represent wage and salary costs for the Departments of Treasury, State, Agriculture, and Transportation, U.S. Customs, Federal Reserve Board, and the National Security Council.[3] The fact that $1.3 billion was spent in non-military salaries alone in this six month period suggests an unusual amount of government resources utilized to direct the national emergency state. In contrast, government salaries for one year of the state of emergency with Iran[4] cost only $430,000. ____________________________________________________________________ || | Bush Chips Away at Constitution | || | George Bush, perhaps more than any other individual in | | U.S. history, has expanded the emergency powers of | | presidency. In 1976, as Director of Central Intelligence, | | he convened Team B, a group of rabidly anti-communist | | intellectuals and former government officials to reevaluate | | CIA inhouse intelligence estimates on Soviet military | | strength. The resulting report recommended draconian civil | | defense measures which led to President Ford's Executive | | Order 11921 authorizing plans to establish government | | control of the means of production, distribution, energy | | sources, wages and salaries, credit and the flow of money | | in U.S. financial institutions in a national emergency.[1] | | As Vice President, Bush headed the Task Force on |
    • | Combatting Terrorism, that recommended: extended and | | flexible emergency presidential powers to combat terrorism; | | restrictions on congressional oversight in counter- | | terrorist planning; and curbing press coverage of | | terrorist incidents.[2] The report gave rise to the Anti- | | Terrorism Act of 1986, that granted the President clear-cut | | authority to respond to terrorism with all appropriate | | means including deadly force. It authorized the | | Immigration and Naturalization Service to control and | | remove not only alien terrorists but potential terrorist | | aliens and those "who are likely to be supportive of | | terrorist activity within the U.S."[3] The bill superceded | | the War Powers Act by imposing no time limit on the | | President's use of force in a terrorist situation, and | | lifted the requirement that the President consult Congress | | before sanctioning deadly force. | | From 1982 to 1988, Bush led the Defense Mobilization | | Planning Systems Agency (DMPSA), a secret government | | organization, and spent more than $3 billion upgrading | | command, control, and communications in FEMA's continuity | | of government infrastructures. Continuity of Government | | (COG) was ostensibly created to assure government | | functioning during war, especially nuclear war. The Agency | | was so secret that even many members of the Pentagon were | | unaware of its existence and most of its work was done | | without congressional oversight. | | Project 908, as the DMPSA was sometimes called, was | | similar to its parent agency FEMA in that it came under | | investigation for mismanagement and contract | | irregularities.[4] During this same period, FEMA had been | | fraught with scandals including emergency planning with a | | distinctly anti-constitutional flavor. The agency would | | have sidestepped Congress and other federal agencies and | | put the President and FEMA directly in charge of the U.S. | | planning for martial rule. Under this state, the executive | | would take upon itself powers far beyond those necessary to | | address national emergency contingencies.[5] | | Bush's "anything goes" anti-drug strategy, announced | | on September 6, 1989, suggested that executive emergency | | powers be used: to oust those suspected of associating | | with drug users or sellers from public and private housing; |
    • | to mobilize the National Guard and U.S. military to fight | | drugs in the continental U.S.; to confiscate private | | property belonging to drug users, and to incarcerate first | | time offenders in work camps.[6] | | The record of Bush's fast and loose approach to | | constitutionally guaranteed civil rights is a history of | | the erosion of liberty and the consolidation of an imperial | | executive. | || | 1. Executive Order 11921, "Emergency preparedness Functions, | | June 11, 1976. Federal Register, vol. 41, no. 116. The | | report was attacked by such notables as Ray Cline, the | | CIA's former Deputy Director, retired CIA intelligence | | analyst Arthur Macy Cox, and the former head of the U.S. | | Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Paul Warnke for | | blatantly manipulating CIA intelligence to achieve the | | political ends of Team B's rightwing members. See Cline, | | quoted in "Carter to Inherit Intense Dispute on Soviet | | Intentions," Mary Marder, "Washington Post," January 2, | | 1977; Arthur Macy Cox, "Why the U.S. Since 1977 Has | | Been Mis-perceiving Soviet Military Strength," "New York | | Times," October 20, 1980; Paul Warnke, "George Bush and | | Team B," "New York Times," September 24, 1988. | || | 2. George Bush, "Public Report of the Vice President's Task | | Force On Combatting Terrorism" (Washington, D.C.: U.S. | | Government Printing Office), February 1986. | || | 3. Robert J. Walsh, Assistant Commissioner, Investigations | | Division, Immigration and Naturalization Service, "Alien | | Border Control Committee" (Washington, DC), October 1, | | 1988. | || | 4. Steven Emerson, "America's Doomsday Project," "U.S. News | | & World Report," August 7, 1989. | || | 5. See: Diana Reynolds, "FEMA and the NSC: The Rise of the | | National Security State," "CAIB," Number 33 (Winter 1990); | | Keenan Peck, "The Take-Charge Gang," "The Progressive," | | May 1985; Jack Anderson, "FEMA Wants to Lead Economic | | War," "Washington Post," January 10, 1985. |
    • || | 6. These Presidential powers were authorized by the Anti- | | Drug Abuse Act of 1988, Public Law 100-690: 100th | | Congress. See also: Diana Reynolds, "The Golden Lie," | | "The Humanist," September/October 1990; Michael Isikoff, | | "Is This Determination or Using a Howitzer to Kill a | | Fly?" "Washington Post National Weekly," August 27-, | | September 2, 1990; Bernard Weintraub, "Bush Considers | | Calling Guard To Fight Drug Violence in Capital," "New | | York Times," March 21, 1989. | || -------------------------------------------------------------------Even those Executive Orders which have been made public tend to raise as many questions as they answer about what actions were considered and actually implemented. On January 8, 1991, Bush signed Executive Order 12742, National Security Industrial Responsiveness, which ordered the rapid mobilization of resources such as food, energy, construction materials and civil transportation to meet national security requirements. There was, however, no mention in this or any other EO of the National Defense Executive Reserve (NDER) plan administered under FEMA. This plan, which had been activated during World War II and the Korean War, permits the federal government during a state of emergency to bring into government certain unidentified individuals. On January 7, 1991 the "Wall Street Journal Europe" reported that industry and government officials were studying a plan which would permit the federal government to "borrow" as many as 50 oil company executives and put them to work streamlining the flow of energy in case of a prolonged engagement or disruption of supply. Antitrust waivers were also being pursued and oil companies were engaged in emergency preparedness exercises with the Department of Energy.[5] Wasting the Environment In one case the use of secret powers was discovered by a watchdog group and revealed in the press. In August 1990, correspondence passed between Colin McMillan, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Production and Logistics and Michael Deland, Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality. The letters responded to presidential and National Security Council directives to deal with
    • increased industrial production and logistics arising from the situation in the Middle East. The communications revealed that the Pentagon had found it necessary to request emergency waivers to U.S. environmental restrictions.[6] The agreement to waive the National Environmental Policy Act (1970) came in August. Because of it, the Pentagon was allowed to test new weapons in the western U.S., increase production of materiel and launch new activities at military bases without the complex public review normally required. The information on the waiver was eventually released by the Boston-based National Toxic Campaign Fund (NTCF), an environmental group which investigates pollution on the nation's military bases. It was not until January 30, 1991, five months after it went into effect, that the "New York Times," acting on the NTCF information, reported that the White House had bypassed the usual legal requirement for environmental impact statements on Pentagon projects.[7] So far, no specific executive order or presidential finding authorizing this waiver has been discovered. Other environmental waivers could also have been enacted without the public being informed. Under a state of national emergency, U.S. warships can be exempted from international conventions on pollution[8] and public vessels can be allowed to dispose of potentially infectious medical wastes into the oceans.[9] The President can also suspend any of the statutory provisions regarding the production, testing, transportation, deployment, and disposal of chemical and biological warfare agents (50 USC sec. 1515). He could also defer destruction of up to 10 percent of lethal chemical agents and munitions that existed on November 8, 1985.[10] One Executive Order which was made public dealt with "Chemical and Biological Weapons Proliferation." Signed by Bush on November 16, 1990, EO 12735 leaves the impression that Bush is ordering an increased effort to end the proliferation of chemical and biological weapons. The order states that these weapons "constitute a threat to national security and foreign policy" and declares a national emergency to deal with the threat. To confront this threat, Bush ordered international negotiations, the imposition of controls, licenses, and sanctions against foreign persons and countries for proliferation. Conveniently, the order grants the Secretaries of State and the Treasury the power to exempt the U.S. military. In February of 1991, the Omnibus Export Amendments Act was passed by Congress compatible with EO 12735. It imposed sanctions on
    • countries and companies developing or using chemical or biological weapons. Bush signed the law, although he had rejected the identical measure the year before because it did not give him the executive power to waive all sanctions if he thought the national interest required it.[11] The new bill, however, met Bush's requirements. ____________________________________________________________________ || | BUSH'S EXECUTIVE ORDERS | || | * EO 12722 "Blocking Iraqi Government Property and | | Prohibiting Transactions With Iraq," Aug. 2, 1990. | || | * EO 12723 "Blocking Kuwaiti Government Property," Aug. 2, | | 1990. | || | * EO 12724 "Blocking Iraqi Government Property and | | Prohibiting Transactions With Iraq," Aug. 9, 1990. | || | * EO 12725 "Blocking Kuwaiti Government Property and | | Prohibiting Transactions With Kuwait," Aug. 9, 1990. | || | * EO 12727 "Ordering the Selected Reserve of the Armed | | Forces to Active Duty," Aug. 22, 1990. | || | * EO 12728 "Delegating the President's Authority To | | Suspend Any Provision of Law Relating to the Promotion, | | Retirement, or Separation of Members of the Armed Forces," | | Aug. 22, 1990. | || | * EO 12733 "Authorizing the Extension of the Period of | | Active Duty of Personnel of the Selected Reserve of the | | Armed Forces," Nov. 13, 1990. | || | * EO 12734 "National Emergency Construction Authority," Nov. | | 14, 1990. | || | * EO 12735 "Chemical and Biological Weapons Proliferation," | | Nov. 16, 1990. | ||
    • | * EO 12738 "Administration of Foreign Assistance and Related | | Functions and Arms Export Control," Dec. 14, 1990. | || | * EO 12742 "National Security Industrial Responsiveness," | | Jan. 8, 1991. | || | * EO 12743 "Ordering the Ready Reserve of the Armed Forces | | to Active Duty," Jan. 18, 1991. | || | * EO 12744 "Designation of Arabian Peninsula Areas, Airspace | | and Adjacent Waters as a Combat Zone," Jan. 21, 1991. | || | * EO 12750 "Designation of Arabian Peninsula Areas, Airspace | | and Adjacent Waters as the Persian Gulf Desert Shield | | Area," Feb. 14, 1991. | || | * EO 12751 "Health Care Services for Operation Desert | | Storm," Feb. 14, 1991. | || -------------------------------------------------------------------Going Off Budget Although some of the powers which Bush assumed in order to conduct the Gulf War were taken openly, they received little public discussion or reporting by the media. In October, when the winds of the Gulf War were merely a breeze, Bush used his executive emergency powers to extend his budget authority. This action made the 1991 fiscal budget agreement between Congress and the President one of the first U.S. casualties of the war. While on one hand the deal froze arms spending through 1996, it also allowed Bush to put the cost of the Gulf War "off budget." Thus, using its emergency powers, the Bush administration could: * incur a deficit which exceeds congressional budget authority; * prevent Congress from raising a point of order over the excessive spending;[12]
    • * waive the requirement that the Secretary of Defense submit estimates to Congress prior to deployment of a major defense acquisition system; * and exempt the Pentagon from congressional restrictions on hiring private contractors.[13] While there is no published evidence on which powers Bush actually invoked, the administration was able to push through the 1990 Omnibus Reconciliation Act. This legislation put a cap on domestic spending, created a record $300 billion deficit, and undermined the GrammRudman-Hollings Act intended to reduce the federal deficit. Although Congress agreed to pay for the war through supplemental appropriations and approved a $42.2 billion supplemental bill and a $4.8 billion companion "dire emergency supplemental appropriation,"[14] it specified that the supplemental budget should not be used to finance costs the Pentagon would normally experience.[15] Lawrence Korb, a Pentagon official in the Reagan administration, believes that the Pentagon has already violated the spirit of the 1990 Omnibus Reconciliation Act. It switched funding for the Patriot, Tomahawk, Hellfire and HARM missiles from its regular budget to the supplemental budget; added normal wear and tear of equipment to supplemental appropriations; and made supplemental requests which ignore a planned 25% reduction in the armed forces by 1995.[16] The Cost In Liberty Lost Under emergency circumstances, using 50 USC sec. 1811, the President could direct the Attorney General to authorize electronic surveillance of aliens and American citizens in order to obtain foreign intelligence information without a court order.[17] No Executive Order has been published which activates emergency powers to wiretap or to engage in counter-terrorist activity. Nonetheless, there is substantial evidence that such activities have taken place. According to the New York-based Center for Constitutional Rights, the FBI launched an anti-terrorist campaign which included a broad sweep of Arab-Americans. Starting in August, the FBI questioned, detained, and harassed Arab-Americans in California, New York, Ohio,
    • Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, and Colorado.[18] A CIA agent asked the University of Connecticut for a list of all foreign students at the institution, along with their country of origin, major field of study, and the names of their academic advisers. He was particularly interested in students from the Middle East and explained that the Agency intended to open a file on each of the students. Anti-war groups have also reported several break-ins of their offices and many suspected electronic surveillance of their telephones.[19] Pool of Disinformation Emergency powers to control the means of communications in the U.S. in the name of national security were never formally declared. There was no need for Bush to do so since most of the media voluntarily and even eagerly cooperated in their own censorship. Reporters covering the Coalition forces in the Gulf region operated under restrictions imposed by the U.S. military. They were, among other things, barred from traveling without a military escort, limited in their forays into the field to small escorted groups called "pools," and required to submit all reports and film to military censors for clearance. Some reporters complained that the rules limited their ability to gather information independently, thereby obstructing informed and objective reporting.[20] Three Pentagon press officials in the Gulf region admitted to James LeMoyne of the "New York Times" that they spent significant time analyzing reporters' stories in order to shape the coverage in the Pentagon's favor. In the early days of the deployment, Pentagon press officers warned reporters who asked hard questions that they were seen as "anti-military" and that their requests for interviews with senior commanders and visits to the field were in jeopardy. The military often staged events solely for the cameras and would stop televised interviews in progress when it did not like what was being portrayed. Although filed soon after the beginning of the war, a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of press restrictions was not heard until after the war ended. It was then dismissed when the judge ruled that since the war had ended, the issues raised had become moot. The legal status of the restrictions--initially tested during the U.S. invasions of Grenada and Panama--remains unsettled.
    • A National Misfortune It will be years before researchers and journalists are able to ferret through the maze of government documents and give a full appraisal of the impact of the President's emergency powers on domestic affairs. It is likely, however, that with a post-war presidential approval rating exceeding 75 percent, the domestic casualties will continue to mount with few objections. Paradoxically, even though the U.S. public put pressure on Bush to send relief for the 500,000 Iraqi Kurdish refugees, it is unlikely the same outcry will be heard for the 37 million Americans without health insurance, the 32 million living in poverty, or the country's five million hungry children. The U.S. may even help rebuild Kuwaiti and Iraqi civilian infrastructures it destroyed during the war while leaving its own education system in decay, domestic transportation infrastructures crumbling, and inner city war zones uninhabitable. And, while the U.S. assists Kuwait in cleaning up its environmental disaster, it will increase pollution at home. Indeed, as the long-dead Prussian field marshal prophesied, "a war, even the most victorious, is a national misfortune." FOOTNOTES: 1. The administrative guideline was established under Reagan in Executive Order 12656, November 18,1988, "Federal Register," vol. 23, no. 266. 2. For instance, National Security Council policy papers or National Security Directives (NSD) or National Security Decision Directives (NSDD) have today evolved into a network of shadowy, wide-ranging and potent executive powers. These are secret instruments, maintained in a top security classified state and are not shared with Congress. For an excellent discussion see: Harold C. Relyea, The Coming of Secret Law, "Government Information Quarterly," Vol. 5, November 1988; see also: Eve Pell, "The Backbone of Hidden Government," "The Nation," June 19,1990. 3. "Letter to Congressional Leaders Reporting on the National Emergency With Respect to Iraq," February, 11, 1991, "Weekly Compilation of
    • Presidential Documents: Administration of George Bush," (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office), pp. 158-61. 4. The U.S. now has states of emergency with Iran, Iraq and Syria. 5. Allanna Sullivan, "U.S. Oil Concerns Confident Of Riding Out Short Gulf War," "Wall Street Journal Europe," January 7, 1991. 6. Colin McMillan, Letter to Michael Deland, Chairman, Council on Environmental Quality (Washington, DC: Executive Office of the President), August 24, 1990; Michael R. Deland, Letter to Colin McMillan, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Production and Logistics (Washington, DC: Department of Defense), August 29,1990. 7. Keith Schneider, "Pentagon Wins Waiver Of Environmental Rule," "New York Times," January 30, 1991. 8. 33 U.S. Code (USC) sec. 1902 9(b). 9. 33 USC sec. 2503 l(b). 10. 50 USC sec. 1521(b) (3)(A). ll. Adam Clymer, "New Bill Mandates Sanctions On Makers of Chemical Arms," "New York Times," February 22, 1991. 12. 31 USC O10005 (f); 2 USC O632 (i), 6419 (d), 907a (b); and Public Law 101-508, Title X999, sec. 13101. 13. 10 USC sec. 2434/2461 9F.
    • 14. When the Pentagon expected the war to last months and oil prices to skyrocket, it projected the incremental cost of deploying and redeploying the forces and waging war at about $70 billion. The administration sought and received $56 billion in pledges from allies such as Germany, Japan and Saudi Arabia. Although the military's estimates of casualties and the war's duration were highly inflated, today their budget estimates remain at around $70 billion even though the Congressional Budget office estimates that cost at only $40 billion, $16 billion less than allied pledges. 15. Michael Kamish, "After The War: At Home, An Unconquered Recession," "Boston Globe," March 6, 1991; Peter Passell, "The Big Spoils From a Bargain War," "New York Times," March 3, 1991; and Alan Abelson, "A War Dividend For The Defense Industry?" "Barron's," March 18, 1991. 16. Lawrence Korb, "The Pentagon's Creative Budgetry Is Out of Line," "International Herald Tribune," April 5, 199l. 17. Many of the powers against aliens are automatically invoked during a national emergency or state of war. Under the Alien Enemies Act (50 USC sec. 21), the President can issue an order to apprehend, restrain, secure and remove all subjects of a hostile nation over 13 years old. Other statutes conferring special powers on the President with regard to aliens that may be exercised in times of war or emergencies but are not confined to such circumstances, are: exclusion of all or certain classes of aliens from entry into the U.S. when their entry may be "detrimental to the interests of the United States" (8 USC sec. 182 ‫(ٱ‬f)); imposition of travel restrictions on aliens within the U.S. (8 USC sec. 1185); and requiring aliens to be fingerprinted (8 USC sec. 1302). 18. Ann Talamas, "FBI Targets Arab-Americans," "CAIB," Spring 1991, p. 4. 19. "Anti-Repression Project Bulletin" (New York: Center for Constitutional Rights), January 23, 1991.
    • 20. James DeParle, "Long Series of Military Decisions Led to Gulf War News Censorship," "New York Times," May 5, 1991. 21. James LeMoyne, "A Correspondent's Tale: Pentagon's Strategy for the Press: Good News or No News," "New York Times," February 17, 1991. [PeaceNet forward from AML (ACTIV-L) -- see bottom for more info] -----------------------------------------------------------------/** mideast.forum: 216.5 **/ ** Written 8:11 pm Jan 17, 1991 by nlgclc in cdp:mideast.forum ** An excellent book which deals with the REX 84 detention plan is: --------------------------------``Guts and Glory: The Rise and Fall of Oliver North,'' by Ben Bradlee Jr. (Donald I. Fine, $21.95. 573 pp.) -----------------------------------------------------------------Reviewed by Dennis M. Culnan Copyright 1990, Gannett News Service All Rights Reserved Short excerpt posted here under applicable copyright laws [Oliver] North managed to network himself into the highest levels of the CIA and power centers around the world. There he lied and boastfully ignored the constitutional process, Bradlee writes. Yet more terrifying is the plan hatched by North and other Reagan people in the Federal Emergency Manpower Agency (FEMA): A blueprint for the military takeover of the United States. The plan called for FEMA to become ``emergency czar'' in the event of a national emergency such as nuclear war or an American invasion of a foreign nation. FEMA would also be a buffer between the president and his cabinet and other civilian agencies, and would have broad powers to appoint military commanders and run state and local governments. Finally, it would have the authority to order suspect aliens into concentration camps and seize their property.
    • When then-Attorney General William French Smith got wind of the plan, he killed it. After Smith left the administration, North and his FEMA cronies came up with the Defense Resource Act, designed to suspendend the First Amendment by imposing censorship and banning strikes. Where was it all heading? The book's answer: ``REX-84 Bravo, a National Security Decision Directive 52 that would become operative with the president's declaration of a state of national emergency concurrent with a mythical U.S. military invasion of an unspecified Central American country, presumably Nicaragua.'' Bradlee writes that the Rex exercise was designed to test FEMA's readiness to assume authority over the Department of Defense, the National Guard in all 50 states, and ``a number of state defense forces to be established by state legislatures.'' The military would then be ``deputized,'' thus making an end run around federal law forbidding military involvement in domestic law enforcement. Rex, which ran concurrently with the first annual U.S. show of force in Honduras in April 1984, was also designed to test FEMA's ability to round up 400,000 undocumented Central American aliens in the United States and its ability to distribute hundreds of tons of small arms to ``state defense forces.'' Incredibly, REX 84 was similar to a plan secretly adopted by Reagan while governor of California. His two top henchmen then were Edwin Meese, who recently resigned as U.S. attorney general, and Louis Guiffrida, the FEMA director in 1984. ============================================================ ========== [PeaceNet forward from AML (ACTIV-L) -- see bottom for more info] -----------------------------------------------------------------This is the front-page article of the Jan. 16 issue of "The
    • Guardian," which describes some of the U.S. government's planning for martial law in the event of the Gulf war. This is truly a scary scenario that should concern all civil libertarians and patriots. -----------------------------------------------------------------WILL GULF WAR LEAD TO REPRESSION AT HOME? by Paul DeRienzo and Bill Weinberg On August 2, 1990, as Saddam Hussein's army was consolidating control over Kuwait, President George Bush responded by signing two executive orders that were the first step toward martial law in the United States and suspending the Constitution. On the surface, Executive Orders 12722 and 12723, declaring a "national emergency," merely invoked laws that allowed Bush to freeze Iraqi assets in the United States. The International Emergency Executive Powers Act permits the president to freeze foreign assets after declaring a "national emergency," a move that has been made three times before -- against Panama in 1987, Nicaragua in 1985 and Iran in 1979. According to Professor Diana Reynolds, of the Fletcher School of Diplomacy at Boston's Tufts University, when Bush declared a national emergency he "activated one part of a contingency national security emergency plan." That plan is made up of a series of laws passed since the presidency of Richard Nixon, which Reynolds says give the president "boundless" powers. According to Reynolds, such laws as the Defense Industrial Revitalization and Disaster Relief Acts of 1983 "would permit the president to do anything from seizing the means of production, to conscripting a labor force, to relocating groups of citizens."
    • Reynolds says the net effect of invoking these laws would be the suspension of the Constitution. She adds that national emergency powers "permit the stationing of the military in cities and towns, closing off the U.S. borders, freezing all imports and exports, allocating all resources on a national security priority, monitoring and censoring the press, and warrantless searches and seizures." The measures would allow military authorities to proclaim martial law in the United States, asserts Reynolds. She defines martial law as the "federal authority taking over for local authority when they are unable to maintain law and order or to assure a republican form of government." A report called "Post Attack Recovery Strategies," about rebuilding the country after a nuclear war, prepared by the right-wing Hudson Institute in 1980, defines martial law as dealing "with the control of civilians by their own military forces in time of emergency." The federal agency with the authority to organize and command the government's response to a national emergency is the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This super-secret and elite agency was formed in 1979 under congressional measures that merged all federal powers dealing with civilian and military emergencies under one agency. FEMA has its roots in the World War I partnership between government and corporate leaders who helped mobilize the nation's industries to support the war effort. The idea of a central national response to large-scale emergencies was reintroduced in the early 1970s by Louis Giuffrida, a close associate of then-California Gov. Ronald Reagan and his chief aide Edwin Meese.
    • Reagan appointed Giuffrida head of the California National Guard in 1969. With Meese, Giuffrida organized "war-games" to prepare for "statewide martial law" in the event that Black nationalists and anti-war protesters "challenged the authority of the state." In 1981, Reagan as president moved Giuffrida up to the big leagues, appointing him director of FEMA. According to Reynolds, however, it was the actions of George Bush in 1976, while he was the director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), that provided the stimulus for centralization of vast powers in FEMA. Bush assembled a group of hawkish outsiders, called Team B, that released a report claiming the CIA ("Team A") had underestimated the dangers of Soviet nuclear attack. The report advised the development of elaborate plans for "civil defense" and post-nuclear government. Three years later, in 1979, FEMA was given ultimate responsibility for developing these plans. Aware of the bad publicity FEMA was getting because of its role in organizing for a post-nuclear world, Reagan's FEMA chief Giuffrida publicly argued that the 1865 Posse Comitatus Act prohibited the military from arresting civilians. However, Reynolds says that Congress eroded the act by giving the military reserves an exemption from Posse Comitatus and allowing them to arrest civilians. The National Guard, under the control of state governors in peace time, is also exempt from the act and can arrest civilians. FEMA Inspector General John Brinkerhoff has written a memo contending that the government doesn't need to suspend the Constitution to use the full range of powers Congress has given the agency. FEMA has prepared legislation to be introduced in Congress in the event of a national emergency that would give the agency sweeping powers. The right to "deputize" National Guard and police forces is included in
    • the package. But Reynolds believes that actual martial law need not be declared publicly. Giuffrida has written that "Martial Rule comes into existence upon a determination (not a declaration) by the senior military commander that the civil government must be replaced because it is no longer functioning anyway." He adds that "Martial Rule is limited only by the principle of necessary force." According to Reynolds, it is possible for the president to make declarations concerning a national emergency secretly in the form of a Natioanl Security Decision Directive. Most such directives are classified as so secret that Reynolds says "researchers don't even know how many are enacted." DOMESTIC SPYING Throughout the 1980s, FEMA was prohibited from engaging in intelligence gathering. But on July 6, 1989, Bush signed Executive Order 12681, pronouncing that FEMA's National Preparedness Directorate would "have as a primary function intelligence, counterintelligence, investigative, or national security work." Recent events indicate that domestic spying in response to the looming Middle East war is now under way. Reynolds reports that "the CIA is going to various campuses asking for information on Middle Eastern students. I'm sure that there are intelligence organizations monitoring peace demonstrations." According to the University of Connecticut student paper, the Daily Campus, CIA officials have recently met there to discuss talking with Middle Eastern students. The New York Times reports that the FBI has ordered its agents around the country to question Arab-American leaders and business people in search of information on potential Iraqi "terrorist" attacks in
    • response to a Gulf war. A 1986 Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) document entitled "Alien Terrorists and Other Undesirables: A Contingency Plan" outlines the potential round-up and incarceration in mass detainment camps of U.S. residents who are citizens of "terrorist" countries, chiefly in the Middle East. This plan echoed a 1984 FEMA nationwide "readiness exercise code-named REX-84 ALPHA, which included the rehearsal of joint operations with the INS to round up 40,000 Central American refugees in the event of a U.S. invasion of the region. One of the 10 military bases established as detainment camps by REX-84 ALPHA, Camp Krome, Fla., was designated a joint FEMA-Immigration service interrogation center. Recently, FEMA has been criticized in the media for inadequate response to the October, 1989 San Francisco earthquake. What the mainstream press has failed to cover is the agency's planned role in repressing domestic dissent in the event of an invasion abroad. Source: The Guardian, Jan 16 1991 The Guardian is an independent radical news weekly. Subscriptions are available at $33.50 per year from The Guardian, 33 West 17th St., New York, NY 10011 Origin:Socialism_On_Line 203-274-4639 from the Radical_Politics conference on The NY Transfer BBS 718-448-2358 & 718-448-2683 -----------------------------------------------(This file was found elsewhere on the Internet and uploaded to the Patriot FTP site by S.P.I.R.A.L., the Society for the Protection of Individual Rights and Liberties. E-mail alex@spiral.org)
    • http://web.archive.org/web/20041020180936/http://www.logicsouth.com/~lcoble/c onspire/concentr.txt Concentration Camps In America http://www.freedomdomain.com/concamp.html The Coming American Holocaust http://www.prolognet.qc.ca/clyde/camp.htm 300+ concentration camps" (98/4/17) http://web.archive.org/web/20001210130900/www.guncontrolvictories.com/k_ca mpslist.html Some Dare Call Them “Concentration Camps” http://www.firedoglake.com/2007/01/03/some-dare-call-them-concentrationcamps The Final Solution for Patriots and Christians http://web.archive.org/web/20020531112208/http://www.gulagamerika.homestea d.com/
    • World Government - Is Our Country Ready? http://www.apfn.org/apfn/world.htm A must-read for every concerned world citizen http://www.apfn.org/apfn/worldcitizen.htm United Nations Children's Fund Seeks to Usurp Parental Rights http://www.apfn.org/apfn/children.htm Executive Summary of U.S. Commission on National Security Report http://www.apfn.org/apfn/security.htm Executive Orders And Laws relating to National Emergencies Laws http://www.disastercenter.com/laworder/50chap34.htm Wake Up America http://witewillo.homestead.com/indexwitewillo.html "Premonitions of an American Holocaust" http://www.americanholocaust.50megs.com FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT OPERATIONS FM3-19.40 TABLE OF CONTENTS FM3-19.40 TABLE OF CONTENTS U.S. PATRIOT ACT HR 3162 http://www.apfn.org/apfn/HR3162.htm
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    • Known U.S. Relocation Centers as of January 28, 2000 http://www.guncontrolvictories.com/k_campslist.html ALABAMA Opelika - WWII German/Italian POW camp. Under renovation. ALASKA Wilds of Alaska - east of Anchorage. No access by road, but there is a railway system. Facility holds 500,000 people. Projection: forced labor camp. ARIZONA Florence - WWII German/Italian POW camp. Under renovation. Ft. Huachua - 20 miles from Mexican border, 30 miles from Nogales Rex 84 Program. Projection: emergency custodial facility. Pinal County, Gila River - Renovated WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention facility. 12/9/99 Sedona - Top-secret United Nations (and/or U.S. military) secret military activity near the small tourist town of Sedona, Arizona. Yuma County, Colorado River - Renovated WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention facility. ARKANSAS Berryville FEMA facility - east of Eureka on Hwy 62. [near Tyson's property.] Blytheville AFB - was closed; now a camp. Newly constructed wooden barracks surrounded by high barbed wire-topped fencing and guard towers. Ft. Chaffee - has new aircraft runway and detention facility for 20,000 prisoners. Jerome, Chicot/Drew Counties - Renovated WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention facility.
    • Omaha FEMA facility - on Hwy 65, south of old wood processing plant, on a dirt road that leads to a toxic waste dump. Rohwer, Descha County - Renovated WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention center. CALIFORNIA Ft. Irwin - Irwin is a remote mountain region south of Death Valley National Monument. Designated as inactive, there is a camp at this facility aprox. 30 miles from I-15 in Barstow. Manzanar Camp, Inyo County - Deserted WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention center Oakdale - Rex 84 Program Emergency custodial facility. 90 miles east of San Francisco on Hwy 120. Holds a minimum of 15,000 people. Tulelake, Modoc County - Renovated WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention center. Vandenberg AFB - Rex 84 Program Emergency custodial facility. Midway between San Lonis Obispo and Santa Barbara on Hwy 1, close to Hwy 101. COLORADO Granada, Prowers County - Renovated WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention center. Trinidad - WWII German/Italian POW camp. Under renovation. FLORIDA Camp Krome - near Miami Dept of Justice detention and interrogation facility. Elgin AFB - Rex 84 Program Emergency custodial facility. Over 50 miles long, extending from Pensacola Bay to Hwy 331 in De Funiak Springs, adjacent to I10 on the north, and Ft. Walton Beach vacation spot. GEORGIA Camilla, Mitchell County - FEMA facility on mount Zion road aprox. 5.7 miles south of Camilla. From Camilla, take Hwy 19 south, go 5.4 miles from 37/19 Junction to Mount Zion Road, turn left (east) on Mount Zion Road. Not manned or staffed yet. Ft. Benning - Rex 84 Program Emergency custodial facility east of Columbia, near Georgia/Alabama state line. Prisoners may be brought in via Lawson
    • Army airfield. Morgan, Calhoun County - FEMA facility. Take I-75 Exit 32 to 300 South to Albany; then Hwy 234 to Morgan; go through Morgan on Hwy 45 South. Facility is 1.5 miles on right (west) side of Hwy 45. Fully manned and staffed, but no prisoners yet. Oglethorpe, Macon County - FEMA facility 5 miles from Montezuma, 3 miles from Oglethorpe, on west side of Hwy 49. No staff or prisoners yet. Unadilla, Macon County - FEMA facility on East Railroad Street 1.5 miles from Unadilla on County Rd 230. Plunket Road leads into the facility. Manned and staffed, but no prisoners yet. IDAHO Kooskia - 50 plus miles east, near Lolo Pass and Moose Creek, near a landing strip and a national forest. Unmanned. Minidoka, Jerome County - Renovated WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention center. ILLINOIS Marseilles - small facility on the Illinois River, on Hwy 6, off I-80, relatively close to Chicago. Holds 1400 prisoners. Surrounded by high barbed wiretopped fencing and guard towers. INDIANA Ft. Benjamin, Harrison - U.S. Army facility on the outskirts of Indianapolis. Ft. Wayne - FEMA detention facility. 12/9/99 Grissom Air Force Base - The facility is surrounded by high barbed wire, and lights. These structures are readily visible from US 31. Indianapolis - massive concentration camp facility on thousands of acres just outside Indianapolis. Includes barracks, razor wire-topped fencing, guard towers, turnstiles, railroad, helicopter landing pads; and what appears to be 3 large furnaces with 3-inch mains on one of the buildings. Under construction. Terre Haute - FEMA detention facility. KANSAS Concordia - WWII German/Italian POW Camp. Under renovation.
    • Eldorado - Federal prison to be converted to UN forced labor facility. There are 2 that are run by the state: an honor camp by the lake, and a maximum security prison aprox. 1 mile east on US-54. Somewhere in the area is a WWII prison camp, but it has not been located yet. Leavenworth - U.S. Marshall Federal Holding facility PFP. Topeka - 80 acres converted to a holding camp for prisoners. KENTUCKY Lexington - FEMA detention facility. Lonisville - FEMA detention facility. LOUISIANA Livingston - WWII German/Italian POW camp. Under renovation. MAINE Houlton - WWII German/Italian POW camp. Under renovation. MASSACHUSETTS Fort Devens - New prison a factory facilities and reservoir that have been built around the camp. It was constructed last year and the railroad had to reconstruct tracks into the prison from Canada and from Boston. Livingston MICHIGAN Bay City - on Saginaw Bay surrounded by high barbed wire-topped fencing and guard towers. Connected to Lake Huron. Prisoners may be brought in by water from either the U.S. or Canada. Central MI - FEMA detention facility. Detroit - FEMA detention facility. 12/9/99 Fort Custer (near Battle Creek, Michigan) - has a "Prison camp". Also have received reports of FEMA "Box cars" riding the rails through Battle Creek and making stops in or around Fort Custer. 12/9/99 Grayling, National Guard training base - reports of Latvian troops in large numbers (700+) stationed at Camp. All reportees are considered by this Intelligence officer as "very reliable".
    • Southwest MI - FEMA detention facility. MISSISSIPPI Hancock County - NASA facility on old toxic waste dump with 2 camps: one at the end of Kiln Road at Waveland, then the next road after Ammo Road at the Post Office; and one in the center of a rest station back from the Interstate. [Inmates from the Hancock County Jail claim they have worked details involving the delivery of food to these camps under the supervision of UN guards. One individual claims that one of these camps is full of European men, women and children, all at the same compound. He said that the UN guards were severely beating prisoners, who appeared to be involved in forced labor. It is impossible to verify this information at this time. MISSOURI Richards Gebaur AFB, Grandview - large civilian internment facility. AFB personnel are restricted from the area. 12/9/99 Warsaw - Unconfirmed report of a large concentration camp facility. NEBRASKA Northeast corner NE - FEMA detention facility. Northwest corner NE - FEMA detention facility. Scottsbluff - WWII German/Italian POW camp. Under renovation. South-central Hastings - FEMA detention facility. NEVADA Elco - prison facility 10 miles from Elco. Las Vegas - From Range Road and Las Vegas Blvd North, across from Nellis AFB, go west on Range Road aprox. 7 miles. Go under I-15 and you'll see a new 6-foot high chain link fence and sliding road gate. Signs say "RESTRICTED AREA. AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY". Approx. 1 mile after that is the Nevada National Guard compound, and the camp is on the right next to the RR tracks. Reno - 150 miles south on east side of road, 150 yards from road. Wells - 40 miles north of Wells in O'niel Basin Area, 25 miles west off Hwy 93.
    • Winnemucca - at I-80 mile marker 112, 3/4 miles off the road on the south side, near the base of the mountains. New Mexico 12/9/99 Fort Stanton - currently being used as a youth detention facility approximately 35 miles north of Ruidoso, New Mexico. We do not have a great deal of information concerning the Lordsburg location. However, we have been informed by several people at Holloman AFB near Alamogordo, NM that a new facility was just completed there a few months ago. 12/9/99 White Sands - Missile Range: is being used as a storage facility for United Nations Vehicles and equipment. We have seen them bring this material in on the Whitesands rail spur in Oro Grande New Mexico about thirty miles from the Texas, New Mexico Border. 12/9/99 Holloman AFB - is being very quickly taken over by the German Luftwaft, and they have been doing extensive building, destroying many of the USAF building that have been there for several years. NEW YORK Albany - FEMA detention facility. Buffalo - FEMA detention facility. Ft. Drum - upstate New York near St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario, close to Canada. Probable location for eastern processing for prisoners. Both waterways may be used for transport. Watertown - FEMA detention facility. OHIO Cincinnati - FEMA detention facility Cleveland - FEMA detention facility. Columbus - FEMA detention facility. Lima - FEMA detention facility. OKLAHOMA McAlester - WWII German/Italian POW camp. Under renovation.
    • Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City - civilian detention facility. AFB personnel are prohibited from going near the area, which is under constant guard. Will Rogers Airport - new FEMA facility. Probable processing center for prisoners west of the Mississippi River. OREGON 12/9/99 Sheridan - FEMA detention center 12/9/99 Portland - reports that rail boxcars are being built in by FMC corp. that are prisoner transport cars with 144 shackle stations per car. 12/9/99 Umatilla - Prison cells spotted. PENNSYLVANIA Camp Hill - off I-15, close to Cumberland Army Depot and Camp Hill correctional facility, across the navigable Susquehanna River from Harrisburg. Ft. Indiantown Gap Military Reservation - WWII POW camp north of Harrisburg. Renovated by President Jimmy Carter for Cubans during the Mariel boatlift. TENNESSEE Crossville - WWII German/Italian POW camp. Under renovation. 12/9/99 Nashville - There are two buildings in Nashville, TN built on State property - that are definitely built to hold prisoners. They are identical buildings - side by side. TEXAS Amarillo - FEMA detention facility. 12/9/99 Beaumont Port Arthur area - thousands of acres of federal camps already built on the order of detention camp sesign complete with the double row chain link fencing with the razor styled concertina wire on top of each row. Some but not all of these facilities are currently being used for low-risk prisoners who require a minimum of supervision. However, any of these facilities could be returned into an armed internment detection center within a 24-hr. period. 12/9/99 Ft. Bliss, El Paso - Been undergoing extensive renovation of buildings and from what we have been able to see, many of these buildings that are being renovated are being surrounded by razor wire.
    • Ft. Hood - newly constructed concentration camp. Surrounded by high barbed wire-topped fencing and guard towers. Mexia - WWII German/Italian POW camp. Under renovation. Princeton - WWII POW camp on north side of Denton Hwy. Under renovation. 12/9/99 Ft. Worth - Federal prison under construction on the old Carswell AFB. UTAH Millard County - in central Utah, Renovated WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention center. Camp Williams, Skull Valley - west of the old bombing range in the south/southwestern portion of Camp Williams. Discovered by a man and his son while rabbit hunting. They were discovered and apprehended. Utah Lake - 15 miles south of Saratoga Recreation Center 200-300 yds off the road. Surrounded by 40-50-foot high black wire. Made to look something like a golf driving range. VIRGINIA Camp A.P. Hill WASHINGTON STATE Okanogan County - site for massive concentration camp, bordering Canada. Will be capable of holding hundreds of thousands of prisoners. 12/9/99 Seattle/Spokan West of Vantage - Prison cells spotted. WISCONSIN Central WI - FEMA detention facility. Ft. McCoy - Rex 84 Program Emergency custodial facility in western WI, 30 miles east of Lacrosse, between the point where 90 and 94 intersect. WYOMING East Yellowstone - manned facility. Investigators were apprehended by Foreign soldiers. They were unable to identify the language used by the soldiers.
    • North-central WY - FEMA detention facility. Park County, Hart Mountain - Renovated WWII Japanese-American Special Internment detention center. Southeastern WY - FEMA detention facility. Southwestern WY - FEMA detention facility. The 10 Federal Regions Region I: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont Regional Capitol: Boston Region II: New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, Virgin Island Regional Capitol: New York City REGION III: Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, District of Columbia. Regional Capitol: Philadelphia REGION IV: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee Regional Capitol: Atlanta REGION V: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin Regional Capitol: Chicago REGION VI: Arkansas, Lonisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas Regional Capitol: Dallas-Fort Worth REGION VII: Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska Regional Capitol: Kansas City REGION VIII: Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming Regional Capitol: Denver REGION IX: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada Regional Capitol: San Francisco REGION X: Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Idaho Regional Capitol: Seattle Supplementing these 10 Regions, each of the States is, or is to be, divided into subregions, so that Federal Executive control is provided over every community. Then, controlling the budgeting and the programming at every level is that politico-economic system known as PPBS. The President need not
    • wait for some emergency such as an impeachment ouster. He can declare a National Emergency at any time, and freeze everything, just as he has already frozen wages and prices. And the Congress, and the States, are powerless to prevent such an Executive Dictatorship, unless Congress moves to revoke these extraordinary powers before the Chief Executive moves to invoke them. Photos Of Detention Camp In Michigan Woods? http://www.rense.com/politics2/campsinmich.htm Note - The following photos show a facility reportedly located on a National Guard base, Camp Grayling, in the woods in Michigan and posted as part of the information on Mark A. Smith's militia-oriented website at: http://www.flash.net/~msmith01/ Our thanks to Mark for allowing us to post the photos here. Note - On 3-30-99, Richard Smith sent in the following email regarding the Camp Grayling facility shown in the photos below: From Richard J. Smith Jr. <rjsmith@msys.net 3-30-99 Back when the photos of the "concentration camps" at Camp Grayling were first posted, I wrote to the Michigan National Guard to get their explanation. I'm not sure it holds water, but here it is for what it's worth. Thanks, Rick Smith Date: Wed, 20 Jan 1999 09:46:50 -0500
    • From: "Dawn Dancer" <dancerd@state.mi.us To: rjsmith@msys.net Subject: Camp Grayling Dear Mr. Smith: Our web master has forwarded your question about Camp Grayling to me. The "camps" you are referring to are used by our Military Police for training. One of their war-time missions is to process and care for prisoners of war (POWs). The photos you saw are of that training site. If you have any other questions about Camp Grayling, the Michigan National Guard or any of our training, please do not hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, 1st Lt. Dawn Dancer Deputy Public Affairs Officer Dept. of Military & Veterans Affairs Michigan National Guard (517) 483-5813 DSN 623-0813
    • Media Hypes Current Events Like Cult Incident to Further Globalist Agenda http://www.mt.net/~watcher/culguil.html From: IamDorian Subject: Re: Fwd: (Fwd) "CULT MADNESS"
    • A friend...sent me this...(it is only the 100th such communication ...does the media spin-doctoring and propaganda machine control and direct [and dull] the thinking of mainstream America?? hmmmmmm) Check out: http://205.138.107.3:80/tlcmanti/newsHeavensGate.html Any comments? John YES...of course I have comments...the SAME comments I have been making for years, and echoing what I SAID WOULD HAPPEN, and HAD to happen after the covert shipment of 100,000 Guillotines to a Montana site over 4 years ago...and the subsequent appearance of those same guillotines across America at MILITARY bases! (I had 4 other eye-witnesses/informers ALL in active-or formerly in- military intelligence positions...[Ask me for my paper!?]) My only comments to this hype is that most NEWS that we receive through the current media is either manufactured/manipulated for a reason, or, coincidence though it may be, the spin-doctors in Washington (and Langley) will have used it to further their own propaganda. Within the last 10 days alone, we have seen two great examples of this! 1) The "Heaven's Gate" thing...even the name imposes labels on "religious," actually Quasi-religious-groups...apocalyptic type religion and people who put any belief in comets as harbingers of future apocalypses! The real point is that (AS ANTHONY LARSEN pointed out in the prophecy trilogy based on Velikovskian historical interpretations...and I PREDICTED 12 years ago, and in my paper dated about 6 months ago!) Hale-Bopp PROVES that these comets that threaten this Earth every 3500 years... (Hale-Bopp, Hyakutake and Shoemaker-Levy) are the real STORY. They do NOT (as this controlled press piped up in one voice to proclaim in the last couple of days) prove that Organic compounds-the basis of the Evolutionists claims to the presence of amino acids in the Eary Earth (theoretically providing the materials necessary for spawning life under THEIR scenario) arrived here on comets. They prove that we have had GOBAL cataclysms on this planet cyclically...and have had them for a LONG time! They prove that Velikovosky's interpretation of the Biblical "Exodus" story was fundamentally correct! They portend Global Disaster! This only SLOWY seeping into the news. Without DARING to mention the author of the original theory's name (Ignatius Donelley) a recent documentary produced by the Turner Network recalled the
    • Great Chicago Fire of 1871...asking "Was this fire caused by the presence of inflammatory agents falling from the tail of a comet (The comet's name was Beila...and the "agents" were hydrocarbons)? READ "Worlds in Collision" by Immanuel Velikovsky (out of print on Doubleday)... and then read the "Prophecy Trilogy" by Anthony E. Larsen (a Mormon author) on Zedek Books. THEN...read my papers on the subject...I'll even give you the URLs for the SIS (Society for Interdisciplinary Studies) and other CATASTROPHIST web sites. Forget the popular press...Educate yourselves As for the (media hype to fulfill an agenda): 2) The "Man in the electric chair with the BURNING HEAD!" THIS will and is being used to get RID of the electric chair in favor of...GUILLOTINES Florida and Georgia are spearheading this development...remember Rev: 12:4 Listen more to TALK radio...you know...the home of: paranoia; the choice of radical Christian Fundamentalist, anti government, white supremacist, cultish, paramilitary, Zionist, gun-tottin' militia-minded, terrorists? At least they believe in a FREE and INTELLIGENT press? So everything else they believe is enough to justify a charge of Treason and Sedition...under FEMA?? I know a few people (the number is dwindling) who think that I am foolish, paranoid and fantasy-prone. I can only quote two scriptures... "The perverse are HARD to correct...and the number of fools is infinite" (Solomon) and ..."Those who leadeth into captivity goeth into captivity...those who live by the sword die by the sword...and THIS is the Faith and Patience of the Saints!" (Revelation)
    • GET A FOOD STORAGE ... before the "Food Hoarding Act" kicks in-(under FEMA..soon to be enacted) the NWO and their cronies in the Clinton administration are poised with their fingers on the proverbial buttons..my friends! But, if you don't believe this..then just "Eat, Drink, and be Merry..for tomorrow you MAY WISH that you WERE dead! I have a suggestion also... I say...just CHOP their heads off? (Shades of "Alice in Wonderland"...I wonder...what sort of land is this becoming). Maybe we should STONE them first? Gives a WHOLE NEW meaning to the phrase Rock and Roll...don't it?! Pieces?? Dorian Modern Concentration Camps http://www.trunkerton.fsnet.co.uk/ USA Don Bradley Recently, I sent out to the various news media an extremely small list of Concentration Camps recently built by the United States Government. As it happens, very few journalists acted upon the information and shared it with their listeners, viewers or readers. Of course ,once the information was made public, I've been slandered, attacked and called all sorts of names. How interesting it is that when we bring truth to our world, the messenger is killed, if only symbolically. Many of us in the media have been aware of these hideous camps since their inception. It takes a look at the history of this century to know what will happen if they are populated. The heart shudders at such knowledge but ignoring it won't make it go away. The only answer is to get the information out there in the world and make our elected government answer. I've personally visited these camps and taken pictures. They are REAL. They are manned. They have moats, motion sensors, inner beams to hide the main complexes, guards at the gates, electric gates, processing centers, and of course, high fences with razor wire and barbs, pointing inward - not outward but inward to KEEP PEOPLE IN. The larger facilities are called golf courses or water treatment plants. When was the last time you saw a golf course ( Portland, Oregon ) with armed guards carrying M16's? Why do the larger facilities have smokestacks? Ever seen a crematorium? The smaller facilities are usually holding facilities, obviously designed for the short-term round ups prior to the hapless souls being shipped off to their final destination somewhere else.
    • You have to know that it was never my intention to uncover this information to frighten anyone or get publicity, as some may claim. As my readers are well aware, I stumbled across this stuff in research for a new book. I have a family and want to see them grow up with a father who is alive, not dead. Reporting this type of information has made me very unpopular with the government and I've been warned by the FBI to 'mind my own business. 'Unlike some of my contemporaries however, I've chosen to research these camp claims for myself. I HAD to see them with my own eyes. They do exist. But the real question that needs to be asked - and fast - is why? Why are they being built? Who are they for? And why does the government deny their existence? A friend of mine and I discovered 32 camps in just one county in Colorado alone. You can drive right up to them. However, the Department of Corrections in Colorado, the Marshall's Office, the County Sheriffs office, and the Federal agencies all claim there is nothing at these sites except lonesome prairie. And that's just a flat out lie. Because of the staggering amount of mail I've received on this, my friends in the media what few there are who have the guts to print the truth - have allowed me to answer numerous questions regarding the camps. No one - not a single person - has reported this information on the TV or in the newspapers. Most of these questions are from the Internet by people who have read the research material and it is their questions that are being answered. 1)Why such a short list? This was a good question and I've given the reason much thought. We've uncovered over 700 camps so far. We have pictures to prove their existence. The answer is: We wanted to get as much of a complete listing as we possibly could before going public. The reason for that is obvious: you can't research very much when you are in jail on trumped up charges or dead, can you? The other part of the answer is that we are still observing the construction going on there. For the most part we are very much watched ourselves when we visit them; we are stopped by armed men who ask to see our ID. This on public roads. Making a circus of these sites will only get innocent people killed. Know this; if you visit these camps you will end up under government surveillance, and these folks are not very kind. Also most of the construction on these facilities occurs at night. Why? 2)Locations? They seem to be popping up everywhere. For example in January of 1999, there were no camps in Fillmore California, now there are two ( March 1999.) They seem to ring around population centers for the most part, with many short term 'holding facilities' buried in the hills and dales around the inner cities. There are 53 camps in Southern California. 3)How do we determine that they are concentration camps? This one is easy .Have you ever seen a prison up close? They have certain features which are unmistakable from other types of buildings like schools or churches. Here are the determining factors, they must have: i) Barbed wire or razor wire fences that point inward. Look at most security fences. The top portion points out to keep trespassers out. Prisons, labor camps and the like all have their fence tops pointing in so that the inmates are greatly hampered in climbing them.
    • ii) Some type of guard facility that is defendable and wired with microwave transmitters. iii) Armed guards parading around in golf pro shirts or department of water clothing. I wasn’t aware that our utilities were arming their employees with MP5's and M16's.Even at the smallest facility we found five, count them, five armed guards in tactical gear. iv) Tactical beams to hide the main complexes from the road. These also have moats, not yet filled with water, that surround the inner complex. The camp at Pearblossom is an excellent example of a full-service camp. The people go in but they don't come out. 4)What was all that nonsense about gun control? My research into concentration camps revealed that prior to each country's use of such things, they first disarmed their people with gun control propaganda. It is a well known fact that the CIA created HCI ( Handgun Control Incorporated ) and that it is a well-funded creature of the CIA. Why does the CIA want American citizens disarmed? That's the real question. You can't have a dictatorship or Martial Law if the voters are armed, can you? 5)I may be wrong but if so why is the government going to such lengths to hide these camps in orange groves and other disguises? Why are they tapping my phones, following me around, and then following the people I talk to? Why are the men and women in the media who are publicizing my research being called by people who are trying to discredit me as some kind of nut case? 6)Am I scared? Sure. Everyday of my life .But not for my own existence. Quite frankly after spending two years exposing Remote Viewing for the mind control sham that it is, I haven’t been in good graces with the alphabet-soup agencies. I fear that this knowledge may be too little too late. Quite frankly, if we don't get some public awareness on this issue and soon, we might all be having some firsthand experience with these camps. When they come for you in Martial Law, they round up those few journalists who are independent, Lawyers, History Professors, Constitutionalists, Minorities and anyone else who won't surrender their firearms. In addition, they have been compiling, since 1994, lists of people buying food weapons clothing, etc .Again, the question is why the lists? Why the camps? Why so many? Why the moats and electric fences? Why turnstiles that are color-coded for processing? Why are there angry white (I don't know why, but so far the guards we have run into have all been white males in their late twenties or early thirties ) guards carrying automatic weapons and telephoto cameras? WHY IS THE GOVERNMENT BUILDING THESE CAMPS AND DENYING THEIR EXISTENCE. 7)Will we ever have a complete list of these camps? Well, we are not sure if one will ever be completed. We've been to places where there were only two camps ( El Canon City, February 1998 ) and went back five months later and there were seven camps. The camps in Colorado, by the way, are Huge in every sense of the word. These, it seems apparent, are the final
    • destination or full-service camps. Also, I am only one man. It takes a lot of time and money ( both on ever short supply ) to research these things and I usually do it while traveling on other business. Plus having a gun shoved in your face tends to ruin your day. The camps around Utah and Arizona are the spookiest ones we've photographed. These are very clearly camps for the un-dead. All the full-service camps have rail spurs and landing strips adjacent to them. 8)What is the purpose of these camps? Read history. Camps hold people. They aren’t prisons in the normal sense of the word. A prison has a hospital, a gym, food facilities, recreation yards, and cells for the inmates. Camps are like stockyards for humans. Very little shelter and a great deal of death. 9)What will be the governments reaction to this report? What it has always been: plausible deniability, a phrase created by the covert agencies of this country. First, deny their existence. Then, if that fails, explain it away with a limited hangout ( short for another lie, but this time with a small miter of truth.) 10)When were they built? By all indications, and since we've started looking at these things in early 1998, it appears most of the larger facilities were started around 1995 and are still being modified. The smaller holding type facilities are being rapidly built RIGHT NOW. 11)How can I find one in my area? It's rather easy, but you have to have two things: one, a mind that isn’t sleeping or daydreaming. Two, a watchful eye. That's how we did it. We just started paying attention to our surroundings. The government counts on most folk not even knowing what is going on in their own neighborhoods. Also, start looking at the fringes of your city, as this seems to be where they like to place them. Look first for the fences pointing inwards, that's the most noticeable feature about the camps that you can usually see from the road. 12)Why were they built? That's the question, isn’t it? 13)Isn’t there some other explanation for them, like a new kind of cheap prison? Really? Would you want to be in a prison with no shelter, hospital, nor any other kind of formal living arrangements? Listen I wish these things didn’t exist, I get sick every time I find another one. 14)Have you seen Elvis and where is he now? Sorry that's on another page, not this one. Please move on. 15)When will they start populating these camps? We don't know. But by all indications, they are being built up at a startling rate. That indicates a deadline has been set and they are trying to meet it. Update Don Bradley Since the release of the previous article, I've received a few invitations to speak about my experiences and even been invited on a few radio shows, which I've done. Some have asked
    • me on only to discredit my research and are waiting for their own people to come back with some info that will explain away my findings. And still, there is silence from the media and our government about the creation and staffing of these camps. Why? Even if to deny the claims, why can't our elected officials meet with me and others from the press at these sites and explain their purpose, so we can all go back to sleep and watch more TV? Why not open the gates and let us inspect these places? If there is nothing to hide, then where's the problem? I have received hundreds of letters in the last few weeks, with many containing new evidence of camps and other things that make our case even stronger. The nay-sayers don't seem to have any proof, except a foul mouth and opinion of those men and women who are looking for the truth Some, I believe are working for the agency, others are simply haters and denial people. Not liking what they hear, they simply won't see what any normal person can see with an open heart and an open mind. Here are some of the answers to the many new questions raised by folk. 1) Yes. We do have photographs. A lot of them and yes, we will publish them. As I write we are collating them and getting ready to get them up on the internet. 2)Yes. We do receive help from many people in the Army and National Guard, who have given us location tips regarding these camps. 3)The holding camps - which are by nature, simply fences enclosing an open area - have little in the way of facilities. These were areas already in existence ( reservoirs ) which have recently been modified with new barbed wire with the tops POINTING IN. These camps are lock stock pens for cattle. Have you ever seen the stockyards? They are really just temporary areas for holding cattle. The holding camps are scattered everywhere, in all major cities, and our intelligence sources confirm that these are going to be used as some sort of interim roundup places where those gathered can be placed until they can be shipped off to somewhere else. Don't expect much in the way of guard towers and the like as they were never meant to be more than what they are. 4)For every major full service camp, there are probably twenty holding camps. Makes sense, doesn’t it? 5)No. I do not believe these camps are for aliens. They are designed for human beings. 6)No. I have not seen UFO's around these camps. 7)Hundreds of officers from the Air Force and Army are leaving the service because they believe something is about to happen that they don't want to be part of. A friend of mine has a law practice with another lawyer in Colorado who helps officers with their discharges and in the last two years, they have seen a flood of men and women - all with horror stories - who are throwing away their careers to avoid something you don't want to know about. These men and women all have the same story. The US Government is going to declare Martial Law and take over the country by force, with the Military and Intelligence community running things. They intend to rid the country of twenty to thirty million people.
    • They have lists. They have plans. They are coming. 8)Yes, we have full location lists of camps from Florida to Alaska, but I've only seen those west of the Mississippi. Quite frankly, I just haven't the time to go and see them all. 9)No, I do not believe that UFO's are behind this. It is an intelligence/money/military cabal that is behind these camps. They have an agenda for us that is simply evil. I believe that the UFO situation is a smokescreen to keep us looking the other way. I do not doubt the veracity of UFO sightings, only the source of such machines. 10)The FBI, DIA, and NSA have been compiling lists of gun-owners, food stock-pilers, religious persons, new agers, patriots, etc. Why? Are these people destined for the camps? The answer is yes, and more. They are looking for anyone who is not going to jump on the NWO bandwagon as someone to be dealt with. It's in their plans, the National Guard has been training for it, and notice how the commercials lately have been telling us how wonderful the National Guard is and how much we need these fellows. Also, the DEA and FBI have been training, since January of 1999, to do house to house search for guns. Why? Firearm ownership is still a right and is legal in this country, so why train en masse? 11)Yes, I do believe the media is a willing and co-operative accomplice with all that is coming. Know what conditioning is? Well it is happening to us right now, via the media. This explains why no one in the media is investigating these reports. ( Photo's of these camps are now here and here. Extracted from the Seeker, PO Box 458, Devizes, SN10 1UL,Wiltshire, UK MARTIAL LAW IS COMING ONE CITY AT A TIME by Don Harkins http://proliberty.com/observer/index.htm From the Idaho Observer: City councils all across the country are passing emergency powers ordinances -- all of which are nearly identical in form and content. The ordinances empower the nation's un-elected city administrators (city managers) to take complete control of town functions during a declared state of emergency. The ordinances also turn municipal emergency administrators into agents of the federal government in the event of a declared state of national emergency.
    • The Idaho Observer became aware of this serious threat to our way of life in the winter of 1998 and by the time we printed, "Has your city adopted this 'emergency' ordinance"? (The Idaho Observer, April, 1999) the problem had become much worse. While most sovereignty-conscious Americans are awaiting some overt sign that will signal the commencement of a brave new age of global socialism, the infrastructure for our collective enslavement is quietly being laid, city by city, all across this still sleeping nation. We believe that almost every city council in America has adopted such sweeping emergency powers or is seriously considering granting themselves those powers. The replacement of elected government officials with un-elected administrators is metropolitan government. Metropolitan government was exposed in the late 50s by Jo Hindman (Terrible 1313, Terrible 1313 Revisited, The Metrocrats and Blame it on Metro) and Joe Spenner in the early 90s (Rockefeller Regionalism: The Shadow Behind Oregon's LCDC). This unconstitutional form of government is being implemented all over the country -- particularly in the nation's more densely populated areas such as Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle. Metro is pitched to citizens as a way to reduce taxes by streamlining government services in overlapping city, state and county jurisdictions. Unwitting citizens then vote to provide for the hiring of expert professionals to eliminate costly redundancies in government services. Once in office, these un-elected experts begin exercising ever-increasing amounts of policymaking power over an ever-widening spectrum of municipal activity. The true purpose of metropolitan government, as stated by its architects, is to replace elected officials who are answerable to the citizen at the voting booth with hired professionals who are answerable only to those few people in a community who are able to use their power and influence to secure the appointment of preferred professionals. According to several municipal emergency powers ordinances we have seen, the city manager, upon assumption of emergency powers in a declared state of emergency, is empowered to shut down utilities, close stores, barricade streets, declare curfews, ration food and other necessary items and mobilize police agencies and soldiers. The non-elected city manager will also be the point man to interface with federal agencies such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). In a declared state of national emergency, FEMA has been granted, through legislation and executive orders such as EO 12919, the power to take control of and administrate crises on a national level. FEMA will dictate the activities of your emergency-empowered administrator and will allocate emergency funding to your community based upon its level of cooperation with federal agencies. While most of America sleeps and while those of us who are awake are awaiting an obvious sign that the New World Order has arrived, the groundwork for the military occupation of America is being laid by our local leaders. Strength in numbers
    • Between readers of The Idaho Observer and other concerned Americans all over this country who subscribe to alternative publications, there is at least one of us in almost every town from coast to coast. However loosely affiliated, we represent the only group of Americans who are positioned to stop the quiet construction of occupational machinery in our beloved country. Go to your city hall. Find out if your city has passed an emergency powers ordinance or if passage of such an ordinance is being considered. The ordinance will be publicly available at city hall as a part of your city's municipal code. Some cities have a website that posts city codes and other public information. Make two copies of the ordinance; keep one for your records and send the other to: The Idaho Observer, PO Box 1353, Rathdrum, Idaho 83858-1353. Include your name and a phone number where you can be reached in case verification becomes necessary. We will then, on a map of the United States, stick pins in the towns whose elected officials have passed model ordinances that give dictatorial power to an un-elected city manager or city administrator during a declared state of emergency. We need to have copies of these ordinances postmarked by March 15, 2000, so that we can process this information and alert the nation by May 15, 2000. It is our duty as Americans to expose the machinery that is being built to facilitate the occupation of our sovereign states by federal forces. Please take charge of finding the emergency powers ordinance in your city and help us in this most urgent endeavor The Idaho Observer P.O. Box 1353 Rathdrum, Idaho 83858-1353 Phone: 208-255-2307 Email: observer@dmi.net Web: http://proliberty.com/observer/ "There's nothing left in the world to prove. All that's worth doing is to love one another, using whatever means are available to serve." Prison Camps by Forest Glen Durland http://www.uhuh.com/control/camps.htm
    • Thoughts on the entertainment of Prison Camps It does seem strange that over 100 alleged prison camps would be located in America in times of peace. But when many people turn in many reports, something must be happening. Investigators report construction and foreign troops. The main interest I take in this information is the importance it lends to the total picture. Too many projects are being developed simultaneously for what could be an ominous objective. Some items to consider are: 1. Existing prison camps 2. Laws to construct prison camps 3. Laws to control protesters 4. New weapons to control civilian masses. 5. Military exercises with foreign soldiers controlling civilians is America. 6. Military harlbors hover craft in Area 51 in Nevada. 7. Secrecy and denial by military - it's OUR tax money. 8. IRS collecting money with no law permitting. 9. IRS breaking, entering, seizing, terrifying and jailing without warrant or notice. 10. Judges enforcing IRS regs and imprisoning when no law permits. 11. Our monetary system is owned and controlled by foreigners. 12. NEP (National Emergency Powers) gives Clinton and Gore the powers of Hitler and Stalin. 13. GATT and NAFTA. 14. FEMA, NEMA and REX. 15. Clinton pushing for Fast Track and MAI. 16. More federal agencies giving more control to NWO (New World Order). 17. NWO trying to get control of our national parks. 18. NWO tightening its tentacles around America. 19. Congress appearing brain dead and unconcerned. 20. And on and on … Well, folks, when one stands back and takes a look at the entire scene, it takes on an ominous hue. Something stinks in there besides the barn yard. Yet our military insists there is no smell. That stinks even worse. It does seem strange that over 100 alleged prison camps would be located in America in times of peace. Perhaps they do not exist. Perhaps our government is creating an
    • image to scare us about something. Or perhaps that peace is only superficial, with war against us civilians lurking just below the surface. Anyway, this list of camps is presented for your entertainment. Enjoy. This line of reasoning is developed it Time Line. Forest Glen Durland A Hoax Now and Then There is another angle that is worth discussing. It seems that someone, that could conceivable be OUR government, is disseminating false information. Of pertinent interest is the story about big camp developments in the DeSoto National Forest in Mississippi. The Spotlight newspaper traced this one down and found it to be a hoax. They ran two stories, 4-27-98 p 11 and 4-9-98 p13. The photos and video that are being circulated are of the Southern Mississippi Correctional Institute at Leakesville, Mississippi near the Alabama border. This story is definitely a hoax, and a well planned one. Now, don't take this to mean to quit looking. There is so much crap going on in OUR government that we must continue to watch everything. Too many bad things are being documented to ignore everything. Frankly, I am of the opinion that OUR government is definitely spreading misinformation to goof us up. They are lying about everything else. So why not this one? So, keep looking and keep reporting. This is the only way we will get the bottom of this stuff, because the lords and ladies on the hill and OUR military will never tell. We do it or get it done to us, and maybe both. Forest Glen Durland states that the information on this page concerning Prison Camps is for entertainment only. These prison camp sites are alleged. They might exist, or they might not. No claims are made as to the accuracy of this information. Please keep this information with any other information that you might take from here. Enjoy. I, Forest Glen Durland, have not personally inspected any of these camps. I simply do not have the time, money nor the power to gain access to them. One can expect military intervention at some of these sites. Expect some of those soldiers to be unable to speak American. I did discussion with my Japanese-American friends the prison camps to which they were sent during WWII.
    • It would be valuable to all if investigators were organized in each state to check the camps in their states, then report back to all of us. Forest Glen Durland An updated list by states can be seen at [This site is no longer running. Sorry. ] The Alleged Internment Camp list is provided for entertainment purposes only. No claim of accuracy or authenticity is made. The information contained here-in may or may not be true. My hat is off to ----- for maintaining that site for our entertainment. Forest Click here for some entertainment about an alleged blackout when a list of alleged prison camps was being distributed. Very entertaining. Click here for some pics good people have supplied use. My hat is off to them. [This link is disconnected pending further documentation. ] Prison Camps Over 100 of them!!! (Isn't that entertaining?) Here are a few from a few states to give you an idea. Note the many FEMA and REX camps. Alaska: Wilds* of Alaska possibly East of Anchorage. No access by road however, there is a railway system. Facility holds 500,000 and will be used for forced labor. Arkansas: Ft. Chaffee Has a new runway for aircraft, new detention camp facilities with cap of 20,000 prisoners. Blythville AFB This base was closed but is now being used as a camp location. New wooden barracks have been constructed at this location. This camp is surrounded by high wire topped with barbed wire, and has guard towers.
    • Florida: Camp Krome Located near Miami. Dept of Justice detention and interrogation facility. Georgia: Ft. Benning Located east of Columbia near the Georgia/Alabama state line. REX 84 program- Emergency Custodial Facility. Prisoners from all over the U.S. may be brought in via Lawson Army airfield. Unadilla, Ga Macon County; Located on east railroad street, Plunket road leads into the facility 1 ½ miles from Unadilla on county road 230. This is a FEMA prison manned and staffed but no prisoners. Oglethorpe, Ga. Macon County; facility is located five miles from Montezuma, three miles from Oglethorp. Traveling south on highway 49, located on the west side of the highway. This FEMA prison has no staff and no prisoners. Morgan, Ga. Calhoun County; I-75 exit 32 to 300 south to Albany. Take highway 234 to Morgan. Go through Morgan taking highway 45 south. The FEMA facility is 1 ½ miles on the right (west) side of highway 45. This FEMA facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners. Camilla, Ga. Mitchell County; from Camilla take highway 19 south, travel 5.4 miles from 37/19 junction to Mount Zion Road, turn left (east) on Mount Zion Road. The FEMA facility is located on Mount Zion Road approx: 5.7 miles south of Camilla. This facility is not manned or staffed and there are no prisoners. Hawkinsville, Ga Pulaski County; located on fire road 100/ Upper River Road, 2 miles west from alternate 129 North 257 / 112 east. Five miles east of Hawkensville. This FEMA facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners. Abbeyville, Ga. Wilcox County: south side of Abbeyvilleon highway 129 (Broad Street) off highway 280 (Main Street). This FEMA facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners. McRae, Ga. Telfair County; 1.5 miles west of McRae on highway 134 (8th street). The FEMA facility is on Irwinton Ave. off 8th street. This facility is fully manned and staffed but no prisoners.
    • FREQUENCIES: 153.7400 Georgia State Correctional Institutions 154.9050 Intrastate Coordinating (car to car state wide) 154.9350 Intrastate Coordinating (base to base / state wide) 155.3700 Georgia Police Intersystem (State wide) Illinois: Marseilles It is located on the Illinois river off Interstate 80 on HWY 6. It is a relatively small facility with a cap of 1400 prisoners. Though it is small it is designed like other concentration camp facilities with high fences topped with barbed wire and guard towers. Being located on the Illinois River it is possible that prisoners will be brought in by water, air and ground. Note: This facility is relatively close to Chicago, Illinois. Indiana: Thousands of acres located just out of Indianapolis, Indiana holds a large Concentration camp facility complete with barracks, high fence, razor wire, towers, turnstiles, a railroad, helicopter landing pads, and what appears to be three large furnaces with 3 inch mains on one of the buildings. This is a massive facility, still under construction with a competition date sometime in 1996. Kansas: Leavenworth U.S. Marshal's Fed Holding Facility PFP. Concordia WWII POW German/Italian POW camp being renovated. El Dorado Federal prison to be converted to UN forced labor facility. Topeka 80 acres converted to a holding camp for anti-New World Order prisoners. Missouri:
    • Richards Gebaur AFB This facility is located in Grandview, Missouri. A large civilian internment facility has been built on this facility, and base personnel are restricted from the area. Michigan: Bay City Sits on Saginaw Bay which connects to Lake Huron. Prisoners may be brought in by ship from either the United States or Canada. This facility has high fencing, barbed wire and guard towers. New York: Ft. Drum located in upstate New York, probable location for Eastern area processing of people, located near the St. Lawrence river and access to Lake Ontario. Both waterways may be used for transport. Located very close to Canada. Oklahoma: Will Rogers Air Port This is a newly constructed FEMA facility, and it is believed that it will be used as a primary processing center for prisoners West of the Mississippi River. Texas: *Ft. Hood* Ft. Hood has a newly built concentration camp, constructed complete with towers, high fencing, and barbed wire. Utah: Skull Valley Camp William property - west of the old bombing range South/southwestern portion of Camp Williams. This camp was discovered by a man and his son who were rabbit hunting. They were discovered and apprehended. Utah Lake 15 miles south of Saratoga Recreation center 200 - 300 yards off the road. Black wire 40 to 50 feet tall, made to look something like a golf driving range. Washington:
    • Okanogan County Borders Canada and is a site for a massive concentration camp capable of holding hundreds of thousands of people who will be used for slave labor. This is probably one of the locations that will be used TO HOLD HARD CORE PATRIOTS WHO WILL BE HELD CAPTIVE FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES. Wyoming: Park County -Hart Mountain- Renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facilities. North Central part of the state FEMA Detention facility Southeast part of the state FEMA Detention facility * Southwest part of the state FEMA Detention facility East Yellowstone - Manned facility. INVESTIGATORS WERE APPREHENDED BY EUROPEAN SOLDIERS. UNABLE TO IDENTIFY THE LANGUAGE USED BY THE FOREIGN SOLDIERS. AMERICAN GOVERNMENT HELPED CLEAR THE SITUATION. Something else stinks Friend Dave related that recently he found this site which at first glance appeared to have nothing on it-i.e, a white screen except that he noticed that it took a while to load. So he download the page and examined it with an html editor. Lo and behold, the page had the background color and text both in white. Now, why would someone intelligent enough to post what you will find below, be stupid enough to make that type of html error? If a prank, would it also be quite stupid, as how many folks could be expected to discern anything other than a blank page? Then he loads the material on a Michael Reagan chat site and an hour later the chat site shuts down. Paranoia is
    • a terrible way to live. But then, combining the existence of even 1/3 of the Concentration Camps listed below with these curious happenstances, what's a fellow to do? I mean one can't exactly expect a candid explanation from Congress, can one? As of Monday at 1:05 a.m., the page has a black background with white letters. How fun! Some of the material and wording in the "Concentration Camps" listing seems far fetched; much of it is of little use because it is simply unverifiable. But portions of it are verifiable and my friend's experience here definitely qualifies as "Curious". ICE ------- Forwarded Message Follows -------From: "dave" The URL is [---] if you have an URL editor you will see the following: BODY BGCOLOR="#FFF" TEXT="#FFFFFF" LINK="#00FF00" VLINK="#00FF00" ALINK="#0000FF" This has the net effect of making the page unviewable. It was either: A) Created that way, and all the web authors I know do it alot! Yea, right; or B) Intentionally changed. On Sunday, Dec 21 I spent about 45 minutes posting the entire contents to the Mike Reagan web forums chat site. About an hour after I got done, the web forums chat site went off the air. [Hey, Guys - Thanks for all the info. This is the only way we will get it dispersed. Forest Glen Durland. ] Forest Glen Durland passes this information along for what it is worth. But neither Forest Glen Durland nor this web site can assume any liability as to the accuracy. It is strongly suggested that it be investigated. Please do and pass the info back to the rest of us. If we all work together, we may find a plot to crack.
    • FOREIGN TROOPS OPERATING SECRET DETENTION CENTERS http://www.infowars.com/detcamp.html There is massive military activity in and around the Desoto National Forest of Mississippi. Local eye- witnesses tell of Red Dawn-like scenarios with foreign military forces conducting roadblock checkpoints. These photos were sent to Alex Jones by one of his radio listeners. This is obviously some type of detention/training camp for American and Eastern block forces. This story is developing - more details coming up. Front Entrance to SFOR Base. The speed limit sign is in kilometers, not miles. (40 kilometers is around 25 M.P.H,).
    • Wide shot of the entrance to the camp. Notice the sign is in English and Russian (enlargement of sign below). The arrows point out concertina (razor wire), a weapons collections station and concrete barracudas. A slight zoom in on the sign at the entrance. Notice the text is in both English and Russian. English text reads: "SFOR Checkpoint" Letter sent with photo's
    • FED DETENTION CTR IN HAWAII READY FOR MARTIAL LAW http://www.rumormillnews.net/cgi-bin/config.pl?read=10553 Posted By: OneEyedJack Date: Wednesday, 8 August 2001, 10:03 a.m.
    • Pam Schuffert reporting from HawaiiI have just finished interviewing local retired military and other sources in Hawaii. They have confirmed that the new, 800 prisoner Federal Prisoner Detention Center located in Hololulu, next to the international airport and Hickum AFB (they both share the same runway) has recently been completed. This is significant, because (as confirmed through Pentagon source Al Cuppett) the Federal Prisoner Detention Centers will be used extensively under martial law as major processing centers for those arrested during martial law. White prisoner transport jets, 747's, will be operated by the USAF in order to fly and transfer countless people targeted for priority arrest under martial law to these detention centers for processing. Cuppett admitted that people targeted may also be terminated as well at these sites. Several known Federal Prisoner Detention Centers are: OK City, OK; Sea-Tac Federal Prisoner Detention Center (Seattle, WA). More and more we witness the pieces of the NWO-Martial Law takeover of America slowly but surely falling into place prior to martial law. Hawaii(Oahu) is ready, with it's FPDC now completed and a known imprisonment facility with crematory smokestacks in place in Pearl City. (I will be personally going with other investigators to check out this facility as closely as we are permitted to and will post the report afterwards on this website.) Pam Schuffert reporting from Hawaii Temporary Jail Cells CIVILIAN INTERNMENT CAMPS UP FOR REVIEW http://www.thewinds.org/1997/09/internment_camps.html
    • In a revealing admission the Director of Resource Management for the U.S. Army confirmed the validity of a memorandum relating to the establishment of a civilian inmate labor program under development by the Department of the Army. The document states, "Enclosed for your review and comment is the draft Army regulation on civilian inmate labor utilization" and the procedure to "establish civilian prison camps on installations." Cherith Chronicle, June 1997. Civilian internment camps or prison camps, more commonly known as concentration camps, have been the subject of much rumor and speculation during the past few years in America. Several publications have devoted space to the topic and many talk radio programs have dealt with the issue. However, Congressman Henry Gonzales (D, Texas) clarified the question of the existence of civilian detention camps. In an interview the congressman stated, "the truth is yes - you do have these stand by provisions, and the plans are here...whereby you could, in the name of stopping terrorism...evoke the military and arrest Americans and put them in detention camps." HISTORY OF CIVILIAN INTERNMENT CAMPS The concept of mass internment camps was implemented during the decade of the 1930's when the idea was either integrated into national security planning or put to actual use in the world's three socialistic experiments - the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany and the United States under Roosevelt. On March 9, 1933, Adolph Hitler put his Dachau detention center into operation where thousands of his own countrymen were sent. (Source: Martin Gilber,The Holocaust). Stalin exterminated 7 to 10 million in his rural collectivization program from 1931-1933 and another 10 million in the purges of 1934-1939. It was this decade that the Soviet Gulag proved its worth. On August 24, 1939, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover met with FDR to develop a detention plan for the United States. Five months after this meeting, Hitler opened the Auschwitz detention center in Poland. On August 3, 1948, J. Edgar Hoover met with Attorney General J. Howard McGrath to form a plan whereby President Truman could suspend constitutional liberties during a national emergency. The plan was code-named "Security Portfolio" and, when activated, it would authorize the FBI to summarily arrest up to 20,000 persons and place them in national security detention camps. Prisoners would not have the right to a court hearing or habeas corpus appeal. Meanwhile, "Security Portfolio" allowed the FBI to develop a watch list of those who would be detained, as well as detailed information on their physical appearance, family, place of work, etc. (David Burnham, Above the Law). Two years later Congress approved the Internal Security Act of 1950 which contained a provision authorizing an emergency detention plan. Hoover was unhappy with this law because it did not suspend the constitution and it guaranteed the right to a court hearing (habeas corpus). "For two years, while the FBI continued to secretly establish the detention camps and work out detailed seizure plans for thousands of individuals, Hoover kept badgering...[Attorney General
    • McGrath for] official permission to ignore the 1950 law and carry on with the more ferocious 1948 program. On November 25, 1952, the attorney general...caved in to Hoover." ibid. Congress repealed the Emergency Detention Act of 1950 more than twenty years later in 1971. Seemingly the threat of civilian internment in the United States was over, but not in reality. The Senate held hearings in December, 1975, revealing the ongoing internment plan which had never been terminated. The report, entitled, "Intelligence Activities, Senate Resolution 21", disclosed the covert agenda. In a series of documents, memos and testimony by government informants, the picture emerged of the designs by the federal government to monitor, infiltrate, arrest and incarcerate a potentially large segment of American society. The Senate report also revealed the existence of the Master Search Warrant (MSW) and the Master Arrest Warrant (MAW) which are currently in force. The MAW document, authorized by the United States Attorney General, directs the head of the FBI to: "Arrest persons whom I deem dangerous to the public peace and safety. These persons are to be detained and confined until further order." The MSW also instructs the FBI Director to "search certain premises where it is believed that there may be found contraband, prohibited articles, or other materials in violation of the Proclamation of the President of the United States." It includes such items as firearms, shortwave radio receiving sets, cameras, propaganda materials, printing presses, mimeograph machines, membership and financial records of organizations or groups that have been declared subversive, or may be hereafter declared subversive by the Attorney General." Since the Senate hearings in 1975, the steady development of highly specialized surveillance capabilities, combined with the exploding computerized information technologies, have enabled a massive data base of personal information to be developed on millions of unsuspecting American citizens. It is all in place awaiting only a presidential declaration to be enforced by both military and civilian police. In 1982, President Ronald Reagan issued National Security Directive 58 which empowered Robert McFarlane and Oliver North to use the National Security Council to secretly retrofit FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) to manage the country during a national crisis. The 1984 "REX exercises" simulated civil unrest culminating in a national emergency with a contingency plan for the imprisonment of 400,000 people. REX 84 was so secretive that special metal security doors were installed on the FEMA building's fifth floor, and even longterm officials of the Civil Defense Office were prohibited entry. The ostensible purpose of this exercise was to handle an influx of refugees created by a war in Central America, but a more realistic scenario was the detention of American citizens. STATE OF EMERGENCY Under "REX" the President could declare a state of emergency, empowering the head of FEMA to take control of the internal infrastructure of the United States and suspend the constitution. The President could invoke executive orders 11000 thru 11004 which would: 1Draft all citizens into work forces under government supervision. 2- Empower the postmaster to register all men, women and children. 3- Seize all airports and aircraft. 4- Seize all housing and establish forced relocation of citizens.
    • FEMA, whose black budget comes from the Department of Defense, has worked closely with the Pentagon in an effort to avoid the legal restrictions of Posse Comitatus. While FEMA may not have been directly responsible for these precedent-setting cases, the principle of federal control was seen during the Los Angeles riots in 1992 with the federalization of the National Guard and during the siege at Waco, where Army tanks equipped with flame throwers were involved in the final conflagration. GOVERNMENT VIOLENCE IS "LEGITIMATE"? The Deputy Attorney General of California commented at a conference that anyone who attacks the State, even verbally, becomes a revolutionary and an enemy by definition. Louis Guiffreda, who was head of FEMA, stated that "legitimate violence is integral to our form of government, for it is from this source that we can continue to purge our weaknesses." It is significant to note that the dictionary definition of terrorism - "the calculated use of violence" - corresponds precisely to the government's stated policy of "the use of legitimate violence." One might ask, Who are the real terrorists? Guiffreda's remark gives a revealing insight into the thinking of those who have been charged with oversight of the welfare of the citizens in this country. If one's convictions or philosophy does not correspond with the government's agenda, that individual may find himself on the government's enemy list. This makes him a "target" to be "purged" by the use of "legitimate violence." If one forgets the past, he will not be prepared for the future. Written 9/8/97 Operation Garden Plot The United States Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2. Donald L. Cline The following information was obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. The information herein is DECLASSIFIED and does not come within the scope of directions governing the protection of information affecting the national security. It took a little more than three years to obtain a full copy of Operation Garden Plot from the U.S. Government, and was done so under the freedom of information act for unclassified documents. The implications within the full context of this document should make the hair on the back of your head stand on end!!!!! In this document signed by the Secretary of the Army, is hereby assigned as DOD Executive
    • Agent for civil disturbance control operations. Under Plan 55-2 he is to use airlift and logistical support, in assisting appropriate military commanders in the 50 states, District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and US possessions and territories, or any political subdivision thereof. The official name of this project is called "Operation Garden Plot." Under this plan for the deployment of Operation Garden Plot, the use of CIDCON-1 will be mandatory. This direct support of civil disturbance control operations is to be used by the Army, USAF, Navy, and Marine Corp. with an airlift force to be comprised of MAC Organic Airlift Resources, airlift capable aircraft of all other USAF major commands, and all other aerial reconnaissance and Airborne Psychological Operations. This is to include control communications systems, aero-medical evacuation, helicopter and Weather Support Systems. If any civil disturbance by a resistance group, religious organization, or other persons considered to be non-conformist takes place, under Appendix 3 to Annex B of Plan 55-2 hereby gives all Federal forces total power over the situation if local and state authorities cannot put down said dissenters. Annex A, section B of Operation Garden Plot defines tax protesters, militia groups, religious cults, and general anti-government dissenters as Disruptive Elements. This calls for the deadly force to be used against any extremist or dissident perpetrating any and all forms of civil disorder. Under section D, a Presidential Executive Order will authorize and direct the Secretary of Defense to use the Armed Forces of the United States to restore order. 2 TAB A APPENDIX 1 TO ANNEX S USAF CIVIL DISTURBANCE PLAN 55-2 EXHIBIT POR:SGH, JCS Pub 6, Vol 5, AFR 160-5 hereby provides for America's military and the National Guard State Partnership Program to join with United Nations personal in said operations. This links selected U.S. National Guard units with the Defense Ministries of "Partnership For Peace." This was done in an effort to provide military support to civil authorities in response to civil emergencies. Under Presidential Decision Directive No. 25, this program serves to cement people to relationships between the citizens of the United States, and the global military of the UN establishments of the emerging democracies of Central and Eastern European countries. This puts all of our National Guardsmen under the direct jurisdiction of the United Nations. Section 3: This plan could be implemented under any of the following situation: (1) SITUATION. Spontaneous civil disturbances which involve large numbers of persons and/or which continue for a considerable period of time, may exceed the capacity of local civil law enforcement agencies to suppress. Although this type of activity can arise without warning as a result of sudden, unanticipated popular unrest (past riots), it may also result from more prolonged dissidence. This would most likely be an outgrowth of serious social, political or economic issues which divide segments of the American population. Such factionalism could manifest itself through repeated demonstrations, protest marches and other forms of legitimate opposition but which would have the potential for erupting into spontaneous violence with little or no warning.
    • (2) SITUATION. Planned acts of violence or civil disobedience which, through arising from the same causes as (1) above, are seized upon by a dedicated group of dissidents who plan and incite purposeful acts designed to disrupt social order. This may occur either because leaders of protest organizations intentionally induce their followers to perpetrate violent acts, or because a group of militants infiltrates an otherwise peaceful protest and seeks to divert it from its peaceful course. Subsection C: (2) Environmental satellite products will be continue to be available. (d) Responsibilities. Meteorological support to civil disturbance operations will be arranged or provided by AWS wings. The 7th. Weather Wing (7WW) is responsible for providing / arranging support for Military Airlift Command (MAC) airlift operations. The 5th Weather Wing (5WW) is responsible for supporting the United States Army Forces Command. Civil disturbance may threaten or erupt at any time in the CONUS and grow to such proportions as to require the use the Federal military forces to bring the situation under control. A flexible weather support system is required to support the many and varied options of this Plan. ANNEX H: XXOW, AWSR 55-2, AWSR 23-6, AFR 23-31, AR 115-10, AFR 105-3. Subsection B: Concept of Environmental Support. Environmental support will be provided by elements of Air Weather Service (AWS) in accordance with refs a-f. The senior staff meteorologist deployed int the Task Force Headquarters (TFH) will be the staff weather officer (SWO) to the TFH. Centralized environmental support products are requested in accordance with AWSR 10518. Weather support is provided by weather units located at existing CONUS bases or by deployed SWOs and / or weather teams to the objective areas. Support MAC source will be provide in accordance with the procedures in MARC 103-15. MAC forces will be provided in accordance with the procedures in AFR 105-3. Air Force Global Weather Central: Provides centralized products as requested. JCS Pub 18 - Doctrine for Operations Security AFR 55-30 Operations Security 1. GENERAL Opposition forces or groups may attempt to gain knowledge of this plan and 'use that knowledge to prevent or degrade the effectiveness of the actions outlined in this plan. In order to protect operations undertaken to accomplish the mission, it is necessary to control sources of information that can be exploited by those opposition forces or groups.
    • OPSEC is the effort to protect operations by identifying and controlling intelligence indicators susceptible to exploitation. The objective of OPSEC, in the execution of this plan, is to assure the security of operations, mission effectiveness, and increase the probability of mission success. 2. RESPONSIBILITY FOR OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC): The denial Of information to an enemy is inherently a command responsibility. However, since the operations Officer at any level of command is responsible to his commander for the Overall planning and execution of operations, he has the principal staff interest in assuring maximum protection of the operation and must assume primary responsibility instability for ensuring that the efforts of all other staff elements are coordinated toward this end. However., every other individual associated with, or aware of, the operation must assist in safeguarding the security of the operation. 3. OBJECTIVES FOR OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC): a. The basic objective of OPSEC is to preserve the security Of friendly forces and thereby to enhance the probability of Successful mission accomplishment. "Security" in this context relates to the protection of friendly forces. It also includes the protection of operational information to prevent degradation of mission effectiveness through the disclosure of prior knowledge of friendly operations to the opposition. b. OPSEC pervades the entire planning process and must be a matter of continuing concern from the conception of an operation, throughout the preparatory and execution phases, and during critiques, reports, press releases, and the like conducted during the post operation phase. 4. OPERATION ORDERS AND SOP: Specific operations orders and standard operating procedures "MUST be developed with the awareness that the opposition may be able to identify and exploit vulnerable activities. Released under Freedom of Information Act on March 30th, 1990. All material presented here has been declassified and supersedes USAD Operations Plan355-10 of July 16, 1973. Information released by USAF under supervision of Alexander K. Davidson, BRIG. GEN, USAF, Dep. Director of Operations. APPENDEX 5 TO ANNEX E TO USAF CIVIL DISTURBANCE PLAN 55-2 Annex Z. Other References: 10 United States Codes 331,332,333,8500,1385, MARC 105-1, MARC 105-18, AR 115-10, AFR 105-3, PDD-25. Date Mon, 11 May 1998 113401 -0400 From Patricia Neill Subject Internment Camps Confirmed X-Sender pnpj@db6.cc.rochester.edu To jad@locust.etext.ORG Monday, May 11, 1998 Geoff Metcalf Exclusive commentary
    • http://www.syninfo.com/IAN/hold001.html Hidden threats -- Part I ©1998, WorldNetDaily.com For several years now I have been getting all sorts of wild reports about "Government Internment Camps." I have generally dismissed these rumblings as classic right-wing paranoia, extrapolation of facts not yet in evidence, or creative writing. However, recently, additional information has been revealed which lends credibility to the myriad concerns which have been expressed. Hey, even paranoids get chased. The U.S. Army director of resource management has confirmed the validity of a memorandum relating to the establishment of a civilian inmate labor program under development by the Department of Army. The document states, "Enclosed for your review and comment is the draft Army regulation on civilian inmate labor utilization" and the procedure to "establish civilian prison camps on installations." Civilian internment camps or prison camps, often referred to as concentration camps, have been the subject of much rumor and speculation during the past several years in this country. Various publications, Internet threads and some radio talk programs have focused on the issue. However, I found it significant when Rep. Henry Gonzalez, D-TX, clarified the question of the existence of these civilian detention camps. In an interview Hank said, "the truth is yes -- you do have these standby provisions, and the plans are here ... whereby you could, in the name of stopping terrorism ... evoke the military and arrest Americans and put them in detention camps." Heck, we did it before (to Americans of Japanese descent), we could do it again. This is not anything new. This is not a partisan Democrat/Republican, or Conservative/Liberal issue. It may have just recently been actually acknowledged, but it has a history. Most even modestly educated folks know that Hitler did it, and Stalin did it. However, you should know that the venerable Franklin Delano Roosevelt also developed a plan for the United States. In fact, on Aug. 24, 1939, ole FDR met with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to develop the detention plan for us. Five months later, Hitler opened the Auschwitz detention center in Poland. Hoover met with Attorney General J. Howard McGrath on Aug. 3, 1948 to detail a plan whereby President Truman could suspend constitutional liberties during a national emergency. The plan was code-named "Security Portfolio" and, when implemented, it would authorize the FBI to summarily arrest up to 20,000 persons and place them in national security detention camps. Prisoners would not have the right to a court hearing or habeas corpus appeal. "Security Portfolio" allowed the FBI to develop a watch list of those who would be detained as well as detailed information on their physical appearance, family, place of work, etc. This was long before sub-dermal bio-chip implants, retinal scans and other biometrics.
    • Two years later, Congress approved the Internal Security Act of 1950. This pre-FEMA puppy contained a provision authorizing an emergency detention plan. It is real interesting that Hoover was not satisfied with this law because it did not suspend the Constitution and it guaranteed the right to a court hearing (habeas corpus). For two years, while the FBI continued to secretly establish the detention camps and work out detailed seizure plans for thousands of individuals, Hoover kept badgering Attorney General McGrath for the official permission to ignore the 1950 law and move on with the more aggressive 1948 program. As evidence that we have waaaay too many laws, codes, rules and regulations, it wasn't until the Senate held hearings in December of 1975 (25 years later) that it was revealed the ongoing internment plan had never been terminated. The report, entitled, "Intelligence Activities, Senate Resolution 21," exposed the covert agenda. In a series of documents, memos and testimony by assorted government informants, the reality emerged of the designs by the federal government (our government) to monitor, infiltrate, arrest and incarcerate a potentially large segment of American society. That Senate report also exposed the existence of the Master Search Warrant (MSW) and the Master Arrest Warrant (MAW) which, by the way, are currently STILL in force today. The MAW document, authorized by the attorney general of the United States, directs the head of the FBI to "Arrest persons whom I deem dangerous to the public peace and safety. These persons are to be detained and confined until further order." Please note the language, "Whom I deem dangerous." Who might a Janet Reno choose to arbitrarily and capriciously "deem dangerous"? Constitutional Conservatives? Patriots? Conservative Republicans? Radio Talk Show Hosts? Joe Farah and everyone on the administration's enemies list? The MSW also instructs the FBI director to "search certain premises where (1) it is believed that there may be found contraband, prohibited articles, or (2) other materials in violation of the Proclamation of the President of the United States. It includes (3) such items as firearms, shortwave radio receiving sets, cameras, propaganda materials, printing presses, mimeography machines, membership and financial records of organizations or groups (4) that have been declared subversive, or may hereafter be declared subversive by the Attorney General." I added the numbers for ease of the following 1."it is BELIEVED that there MAY be" -- Hell-o?!?!? No probable cause needed. Just Because. Because they can by brute force. 2."other materials in violation of the Proclamation of the President of the United States" -Huh? Proclafreakingmation?!?!? 3."such items as firearms ..." -- The EXACT reason we have the Second Amendment is to preclude this kind of neutering. The framers WANTED us armed to prevent abuse of power under the color of authority. "shortwave radio receiving sets" -- Silence the critics, and deny INFORMATION to the people. "cameras" -- To prevent the dissemination of abuses of power? "propaganda materials" -- Like Thomas Paines' "Common Sense" or a contemporary WorldNetDaily. "mimeography machines" -- Expect that to turn into fax machines, computers and modems. 4."that have been declared subversive, or MAY hereafter be declared subversive by the Attorney General." -- In other words, "facts which contradict the administration's preconceived opinions" or anything which does not conform with the politically correct government sanctioned view.
    • Geoff Metcalf can be heard Monday-Friday on KSFO, 560AM in Northern California. His web site and newsletter information is at http://www.ksfo560.com/Personalities/GM.htm E-mail Geoff atmetcalfksfo@earthlink.net CONCENTRATION CAMP PLANS FOR U.S. CITIZENS by William R. Pabst http://www.tomdavisbooks.com/library/concencamps.html TOC: Introduction: Civil Action Number 76-H-667 Chapter 1: A National Emergency Chapter 2: Implementing the New Government Chapter 3: Controlling the Masses Chapter 4: Plans for a Police State Chapter 5: Preparing to Take Prisoners Chapter 6: Mind Control -- Drugs and Propaganda Chapter 7: The People vs. The Conspirators Chapter 8: The Geneva Convention Chapter 9: Ignoring the Constitution Chapter 10: Summary of Evidence Chapter 11: Are You On Their List? Chapter 12: The Price of Apathy Credits and Editors Note Introduction: Civil Action Number 76-H-667 This is William R. Pabst. My address is 1434 West Alabama Street, Houston, Texas, 77006. My telephone number is area code 713 521-9896. This is my 1979 updated report on the concentration camp program of the Department of Defense of the United States. On April 20, 1976, after a rapid and thorough investigation, I
    • filed suit on behalf of the People of the United States against various personages that had a key part in a conspiratorial program to do away with the United States as we know it. This is a progress report to you, the plaintiffs, the People of the United States. The civil action number is 76-H-667. It is entitled, "Complaint Against the Concentration Camp Program of the Dept. of Defense". It was filed in the U.S. District Court for the southern district of Texas, Houston division. The judge responsible for the case was Judge Carl Beau (phonetic spelling). Chapter 1: A NATIONAL EMERGENCY You have no doubt heard the story: Once upon a time, under the Nazi regime in Germany, a man worked on an assembly line in a baby carriage factory. His wife was going to have a baby, but the Nazi government would not let anybody buy a baby carriage. The man decided he would secretly collect one part from each department and assemble the carriage himself. When this was done he and his wife gathered up the pieces and assembled it. When they were finished they did not have a baby carriage; they had a machine gun. And that is exactly the situation that I am going to present to you at this time. The center for the Study for Democratic Institutions recently completed a proposed constitution for the "Newstates of America". The Center is Rockefeller funded. To give you an indication of the type of constitution proposed, the term "national emergency" is mentioned 134 times. The document did not have a Bill of Rights and the right to own arms was taken away. At the same time, House Concurrent Resolution #28 awaited for calling a constitutional convention on or before July 4, 1976. The presiding officer of such are event would have been Nelson Rockefeller, Vice President and president pro tem of the Senate. This particular resolution awaited in committee. Obviously money would not be spent on these massive programs unless there would be the chance for the actual implementation of such a scheme. However, in case the American people do not voluntarily adopt a new constitution less troublesome to those who desire dictatorship, there is Executive Order #11490, which will include its predecessors when it is cited herein. The Executive Order authorizes the secretaries of the various agencies to prepare for any "national emergency" type situation; including, but not limited to, those specified in the Executive Order itself. If you read the Order, there is nothing at all left to the imagination. For any conceivable pretext, a national emergency may be declared based upon this frightening decree, dated October 1969. The Order itself was prefaced in March of 1969 by another Executive Order which established the federal regions and their capitals. All the departments of the government were involved, including the Law Enforcement and Health, Education and Welfare. Congressman Larry McDonald has revealed to Congress that various guerrilla
    • and terrorist groups were being financed by the federal government. If they (the terrorist groups) actually began in search of activities, Executive Order #11490 would be activated. But as mentioned previously, if you will read Executive Order #11490, you will see that a "national emergency" may be declared for any conceivable pretext whatsoever. If the Order itself were activated, here is what would happen. The next day you and your family would be standing in front of your local post office with your neighbors; the front doors bursting with block-long lines of people waiting to be registered. After waiting in line with your family for hours, you finally get channeled through the doors. Once inside, you overhear the postal clerk with his sidearm on telling a frightened registrant, "Look there is nothing I can do. The truck behind the building will take you to a work camp where you have been assigned. Your wife has been assigned to a factory and there's nothing I can do." Then your son or daughter looks up at you with a quivering voice and asks, "Dad, why are we here?" Chapter 2: IMPLEMENTING THE NEW GOVERNMENT There's much more to life in a "free country" than paying your mortgage. You have to be aware of what is going on and act accordingly and participate in government; that is, get involved. Examine the organization chart on Executive Order #11490 to discover how we have all helped finance (through our tax dollars) the mechanics of the overthrow of our Constitution. Executive Order #11490 designates certain authorities to the Office of Preparedness, which in turn designates authority to the various departments of the federal government. If the Order were implemented, the Post Office Department would be responsible for a national registration. The State Department would be responsible for the protection of the United Nations personnel or property and prevention of escape from the United States. The Department of Defense would be responsible for its expropriation of industry; direction of service and national production system; control of censorship; and communication expropriation of non- industrial facilities. The Commerce Department would be responsible for expropriation, selection and international distribution of commodities (which would be the actual looting of the United States), census information and human resources. The Treasury Department would be responsible for collection of cash and non-cash items and the recreation of evidence of assets and liabilities. The Justice Department would have concurrent responsibility with the Department of State for prevention of escape from the U.S.; for replenishing the stockpile of narcotics; for a national police force; for correctional and penal institutions; for mass feeding and
    • housing of prisoners, and for use of prisoners to augment manpower which would be slave labor. The Federal Bank (which is not a FEDERAL bank) would be responsible for regulation of withdrawal of currency. The General Services Administration would be responsible for confiscation of private property for government use. Health Education and Welfare would be responsible for nationalization of education (which the Department of Education has already done), health services, hospitals and mental institutions. The Labor Department would be responsible for recruiting manpower; referring manpower; and allocating manpower so each particular person that was registered at the post office in this regional registration would be told where be (or she) was going to work. Housing & Urban Development would be responsible for transfer of persons to temporary or permanent housing in regional emergency planning and cooperation. The Transportation Department is responsible for emergency enforcement and control and movement of passengers and the emergency operation of the Alaskan railroad. There are two specific agencies here that we need to look at and to keep in mind. They are: Health Education and Welfare, and the Justice Department, as those two agencies are related to the Department of Defense. The various military departments are part of the Department of Defense. Under it, we have the secretary of Army, Chief of Staff, Deputy Chief of Staff of Personnel and law enforcement, U.S. Army's forces command, and continental Army Reserve & National Guard. And under that we have the four armies dividing up the United States. Under the Fifth Army we have the provost marshal, who is directly connected to the Deputy Chief of Staff for law enforcement personnel. Under the provost marshal for the Fifth Army we have the 300 Military Police Prisoner-of-War Command at Livonia, Michigan. At this point I quote from retired Admiral Elmo Zumwalt's book 'On Watch': Henry Kissinger: I believe the American people lack the will to do the things necessary to achieve parity and to maintain maritime superiority. I believe we must get the best deal we can in our negotiations before the United States and the Soviet both perceive these changes and the balance that occurs. When these perceptions are in agreement, and both sides know the U.S. is inferior, we must have gotten the best deal we can. Americans at that time will not be happy that I have settled for second, but it will be too late. Zumwalt: Then why not take it to the American people? They will not accept the decision to become second best while we are in a position of Gross National product twice that of the U.S.S.R. Kissinger: That's a question of judgment. I judge that we
    • will not get their support and if we seek it and tell the fact as we would have to, we would lose our negotiating leverage with the Soviets. Zumwalt: But isn't that the ultimate immorality in a democracy; to make a decision for the people of such importance without consulting them? Kissinger: Perhaps, but I doubt that there are 1 million who could even understand the issue. Zumwalt: Even if that presumption is correct, those 1 million can influence the opinions of the majority of the people. I believe it is my duty to take the other course. Kissinger: You should take care, lest your words result in a reduction in the Navy budget. So we see what the intention of the State Department is regarding the People. Another fact: On Dec. 30, 1975, the California National Guard announced in a press release (which I have) that the state's Military Police battalions were organized and trained to provide immediate response to virtually every civil and man-made disaster, as well as to assist law enforcement officers in emergency situations; to carry out their law enforcement as well as their military mission. When I asked four of the defendants in this case for their mission statement they did not provide it, although they say it is public information. The training spoken of for the California National Guard covers such subjects as dealing with individual civilians/civil population, detention procedures, citizen's rights, and similar matters. And you know as well as I do that when there is Martial raw, or Martial Rule, citizens have no right, because the Constitution is preempted. Even the uniforms of the National Guards who participate in this program are different from the regular uniforms. Army spokesmen will not reveal more about the uniforms, but the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department para-military unit, who have received this training have army fatigues dyed black for their uniforms. A further fact is the disaster preparedness plan for the Marine Corps Supply Center in Barstow, California. Quoting from that document: Under the Constitution and the laws of the United States, the preservation of law and order is the responsibility of local and state government. And the authority to maintain the peace and enforce the law is invested in the authority of those governments. There are specific exceptions to the above concept. One of these pertains to federal intervention to civil disturbances in certain situations. Military commanders are deemed to have the inherent authority to take any measure reasonably
    • necessary for the protection of life and property in the event of a sudden unexpected public calamity which disrupts the normal process of government and presents an emergency so eminent as to make it dangerous to await instructions from appropriate authorities. This includes law enforcement duties. The manual mentions something called "Garden Plot Forces" which we will discuss at length in a few minutes. Don Bell (who writes a weekly report) reported on July 25, 1975 that in May of 1975 the 303 Civil Affairs group of the U.S. Army Reserves in Kearny, New Jersey conducted an exercise to sharpen plans for a military takeover of the state government. According to Colonel Frances Clart they had conducted similar studies on how to seize municipal and county government over the past few years. But this was the first time they had studied STATE government. Such units were trained during World War II to operate captured governments. We never had federal troops training to take over government in the United States. When local violence or catastrophe struck, the National Guard, under command of the governor, went into action. This is definitely not the situation at this time. Chapter 3: CONTROLLING THE MASSES On February 16, 1975, in the 'San Gabriel Valley Tribune' it was reported that the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, funded by the Department of Justice, and the Police Foundation, funded by the Ford Foundation, are prime movers toward implementing a national police force. Each, however, contends they support local police agencies. The total program involves military units that have the function of taking over the administration of local and state governments. That program is "Operation Cable Splicer" by Army civil affairs groups, a sub-plan of "Operation Garden Plot" (the Martial law program). The method by which the national police concept is being presented to the public has changed. It was first disguised under the cover of protection against civil disturbances. This program was as follows: A) Keep the people from gathering in the streets. B) Isolate and neutralize the revolution's leadership. C) Dispersal of crowds and demonstrators. This is followed by successful prosecution in order to: 1) Validate the action of the police; 2) Deny the arrestee's propaganda materials, and; 3) Deny them the opportunity to recover money damages against the police for arresting them.
    • Let me quote for you the scenario which was developed for Cable Splicer One, Two and Three to justify the needs for dealing with civil disturbances: Phase One - an arrest and shooting provoke crowd unrest and threats against public officials and a riot begins to form: Phase Two - police vehicles are ambushed, various attempted assassinations of public officials occur, destruction and raiding of armories occur, and thousands of people begin to gather and local police lose control; Phase Three - increased movement of rioters and the crowds must be dispersed before they become sympathetic with the rioters. The National Guard and the local police lose control." This scenario provides for an orderly transition from state to federal control. The Deputy Attorney General of California commented at a Cable Splicer Three conference that anyone who attacks the State, even verbally, becomes a revolutionary and an enemy by definition. They are the enemy and must be destroyed. This program was taught in almost every state west of the Mississippi River and included as participants local active military, reserve military and civilian police. The course name was "Civil Emergency Management Course". The official explanation that was to be given if any questions were asked about the program was: "This activity is a continuous, joint law enforcement-military liaison effort and a continuation of coordination established last year." In 1976, the 'Oakland Tribune' carried the most complete explanation of what is planned. It is reported in its entirety in the 'National Chronicle' which added an analysis to the story. (The 'Oakland Tribune's editor died suddenly after the story was published.) And I quote: Last Saturday the California National Guard unveiled a new Law Enforcement Assistance Force, L.E.A.F., a specially trained and outfitted Military Police Unit, whose members will serve as shock-troops in the state's war against political protesters and demonstrators. I saw a full-dress exhibition of what the California National Guard has planned for the next American revolution. Helicopters, SWAT teams, civilian military policemen in jack boots and helmets, twelve-gauge shotguns,.38 and.45 caliber pistols, radios, walkie talkies, and electrically-controlled intelligence centers wired for instant communications with any police force in the state. L.E.A.F. is a 1,000 member unit put together this year to handle unique law enforcement problems such as mass civil disobedience, protest demonstrations and riots. In other words, breaking heads and taking names. L.E.A.F. has the
    • support of Governor Brown, a quarter-million dollars worth of grants from the federal government, and no public opposition from civil liberties groups. For all its ineptitude however, L.E.A.F. has a frightening possibility from a civil liberty standpoint. It is a direct product of the California "Cable Splicer" conferences -- a series of high-level secret meetings between government officials, law enforcement officers and military planners held during the late '60s and early '70s. The meetings were held as late as 1975 so far, as many public records show. These were the conferences which Counter-Spy magazine had identified as California's "Garden Plot Sub-plan". Gray Davis -- Gov. Brown's right hand man -- says L.E.A.F. is to assist civil police, not to replace them. Gray says, "Civilians could expect a civilian type law enforcement rather than what is commonly known as Martial Law." Despite this assurance, L.E.A.F.'s exercises look disturbingly like the military coup described in the novel, Seven Days In May. L.E.A.F. soldiers with nightstick's stood at intersections, stopping cars with suspicious occupants, checking I.D. cards and generally intimidating onlookers with their SWAT style uniforms, their sidearms and helmets. Perhaps more ominously, several participants in the role-playing exercises Saturday admitted that even under simulated pressure there has already been a number of incidents where the L.E.A.F. troops used excessive force to quell disturbances -- even though their orders forbade it. Former L.E.A.A. administrator, Charles Ross Dovan (phonetic spelling), is on record as having stated that local law enforcement has failed and must be replaced by a national police force. Patrick Murphy, the administrator of the Police Foundation, states, "I have no fear of a national police force. Our 40,000 police departments are not sacred." Ex-Attorney General William Saxby warned that if we can go on as we are, crime will invade us and the national police will take over. For the policemen who do not cooperate and still want to be policemen, there is the program of Contemporary Research, Inc., an organization of psychologists, sociologists, education specialists and economic experts, who work toward a solution of many of today's social problems. The same organization develops specialized computer programming for the new world-wide military command and control system, as well as computer base systems for law enforcement agencies at all levels of government. The L.E.A.A. alone will receive over a billion dollars a year over the next 4 years, even though it has been ineffective against crime. This is because the L.E.A.A. is not geared to
    • fighting crime; it's geared to developing a system for takeover of the United States with the assistance of the Department of Defense. Chapter 4: PLANS FOR A POLICE STATE One of the programs the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration works on in its fight against crime is psycho-surgery. If you don't cooperate with their programs, you are merely operated on so that you will be as cooperative as an adding machine. Or, the L.E.A.A. supports drug research for the same purpose-to neurological sources violence. Hence, as an example, if a law were passed whereby the ownership of firearms was declared to be illegal, you would be placed in one of these programs if you did not cooperate. The L.E.A.A. control exercise (at the state's level) is from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning of the Governor's Office. Here in Texas, Mr. Robert C. Klowers is still the executive director in that office. But all states have that particular department. In May, 1975 the 'L.E.A.A. Newsletter' describes the function of one of its organizations: the National Institute of Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice. This organization funds something called the "United Nations Clearinghouse" in Rome, Italy. The function of that organization is, among other things, the exchange of Criminal Justice System information with the Soviet Union. And it goes without saying that we have nothing to learn from the Criminal Justice System of the Soviet Union. These incredible projects are being funded with our tax dollars. The code name for these projects are: "Garden Plot" and "Cable Splicer'. Garden Plot is the program to control the population. Cable Splicer is the program for an orderly takeover of the state and local government by the federal government. An investigation was completed in November 1975 by 4 sources: The Conservative publication, 'American Challenge'; the leftist 'New Times'; the foundation financed Fund for Investigative Journalism, and; Don Wood of the trustworthy 'Ozark Sunbeam'. It involves the potential creation of a Police State through the use of the Pentagon and its computerized intelligence dossier (lodged in the Pentagon basement) of thousands of citizens by the National Guard, state and local police departments, the L.E.A.A., plainclothes military forces, SWAT teams, and the Department of Justice. Brigadier General J. L. Julienit (phonetic spelling), senior Army officer of the Pentagon National Guard Bureau, has admitted, "I know of no state that did not have some form of these exercises within the last year." Today the Cable Splicer handbook is composed of 6 loose-leaf 3-ring binders that are merely an outline for the impending takeover and destruction of our Constitution. The Sixth Army
    • used the term "Cable Splicer" for the name of the operation, but it is not revealed the name of the operation in the other military areas within the U.S. On page 4, paragraph 10 on Public Information, the instructions state: As a means to prevent adverse publicity or misleading psychological effects in regard to coordinating, planning, and conducting this exercise, all military participants involved will perform such duties in civilian clothing when exercise oriented activities are conducted at law enforcement facilities. In the event inquiries are received regarding this exercise, the response should be limited to identifying the activity as a continuous, joint law enforcement military liaison effort and a continuation of coordination established last year. On page 6, security guidance is explained to the effect that if anybody asks any questions, limit the information that is given out on the basis of it being in the interest of "national interest" (security). Now, in the festivities celebrating the success of completion of the exercises, Attorney General Stanley R. Larsen, the commanding general of the Sixth Army stated: The most serious challenge facing all of us will be the challenge of discharging our legitimate responsibilities. For a significant portion of a society at large is likely to regard us with suspicion and t question, even challenge our authority on the basic assumption of our profession. Part of this challenge we must be prepared to deal with; a potentially dangerous portion of our society which, in truth, could well become the domestic enemy. The manual includes instructions on operation of confinement facilities, handling and processing prisoners; including searching, transporting, feeding, housing and handling of the special class of persons called "detainees". The plan also specifically includes a proposition for confiscation of privately-owned weapons and ammunition. Chapter 5: PREPARING TO TAKE PRISONERS The Army has over 350 separate record centers containing substantial information on civilian political activities. Virtually every major army unit has its own set aside from this. The Fifth Army of San Antonio has over 100,000 files of its own. The overall operation command post is a domestic room at the Pentagon. There are 25 million card on individuals and 760,000 on organizations held by the Defense Central Index of investigations alone. And this information includes political, sociological, economic and psychological profiles. All this type of information on 25 million Americans.
    • Since 1970 local county and state police forces all over the country have undertaken crash programs to install various kinds of computerized information systems. A large portion of this is being paid for by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration. Beginning in 1970, Congress and the Joint Chiefs of Staff ordered the destruction of all these data banks, but they were not destroyed. All the outlawed collection is now located at Mt. Weathey, Clark County, West Virginia and similar Pentagon facilities designed as adjuncts to the president's emergency powers under the Executive Orders. The cadre of specialized persons to enforce this plan are found in the U.S. Army Reserves Military Police POW Command at Livonia, Michigan. Mr. Fenren (phonetic spelling) of the 300th Military Police POW Command at Livonia told me, when I called him from the Federal Information Center at Houston, that the camps in the Command were for foreign prisoners of war and for "enemies of the United States". I asked him if enemies of the United States included U.S. citizens. He became angry, wouldn't deny it and referred me to a very sinister individual at the Army Reserve facility here at Houston who I talked to; who explained to me that the prisoners were called "inventory" and "internees". He would not deny that the camps were for U.S. citizens. I called the Pentagon, spoke with the defendant there, and then with the provost marshal for the Fifth Army, and do you know what? Not one of these persons would deny that the system was for U.S. citizens. The provost marshal for the Fifth Army, when I mentioned the names of all the camp sites, said; "Well at least you've got that right." The names of the detention facilities that I gave him were a list that I had acquired from the 'Ozark Sunbeam'. That list of names was the same list of facilities designated under the old Detention Act of 1950 as "emergency detention centers". But there is only one problem: That act was supposed to have been repealed in 1971. After some research, I found out what the problem was. One Congressman, when the hearings were held for the repeal of the Emergency Detention Act, mentioned that there are 17 other bits of law that provided for the same thing. So it didn't matter whether they ever repealed the Emergency Detention Act. The public was in fact tricked by the Congress of the United States! Here are the designated sites: Tucked away in the Appalachian Mountains of central Pennsylvania is a bustling town of approx. 10,000 people. Fifteen to twenty years ago it was a sleepy village of 400. Allanwood, Pennsylvania is linked to New York City by Interstate U.S. 80. It takes up approximately 400 acres and is surrounded by a 10-foot barbed-wire fence. It now holds approximately 300 minimum security prisoners to keep it in shape. It could hold 12,000 people from one day to the next.
    • Thirty miles from Oklahoma City on U.S. 66 is El Reno, Oklahoma with an approximate population of 12,000. Due west, 6 miles from tow, almost in sight of U.S. 66 is a complex of buildings which could pass for a small school. However, the facility is overshadowed by a guard house which appears to be something like airport control tower, except that it's manned by a vigilant, uniformed guard. This is a federal prison camp or detention center. These camps are all located near super-highways or near railroad tracks or both. The federal prison camp at Florence, Arizona could hold 3,500 prisoners. It is presently kept in condition by approximately 400 legally convicted prisoners. Wickenberg, Arizona is famous for its municipal airport, which was once government-owned. It is now occupied by a private party. It is rumored to be capable of being taken back by the federal government without notice. Now there are a couple other of these facilities which probably exist under the same arrangements. This particular rumor has existed for about 9 or 10 years. The only way it can actually be established is by looking at the local contract for the Wickenberg Municipal Airport itself and the parties that have possession of it. As I mentioned previously, these names were ratified by the provost marshal of the Fifth Army who is in charge of the 300th Military Police POW Command. He is the one who verified them. He said, as I mentioned before, "Well at least you've got that right." Some of the locations are: Tool Lake in California, now in private hands. It can be retaken without notice. Mill Point, West Virginia. I couldn't find a thing on Mill Point, but in that area we have all kinds of prisons; Alderson, W.V., a women's federal reformatory; Lewisburg, W.V., a federal prison; Greenville, S.C. in Greenville County is now occupied by the State Youthful Offenders Division. Even that is a mystery to the people of that area. At Montgomery, at Maxwell Air one at Tucson, have Elmendorf Alabama we have a federal civilian prison camp Force Base. Now does that sound right? There's Arizona, David Munson Air Base. In Alaska we at Eielson Air Force Base. And that brings us to a facility in Florida called Avon Park, Florida. I sent a representative to see what was there. He found the Avon Park Bombing and Gunnery Range, which is also listed as the Avon Park Correctional Institute. No one is permitted entrance and probably there is no over flight permitted because it is a bombing and gunnery range. This was one of the places ratified by the provost marshal of the Fifth Army. In 1976, as well as on March 20, 1979, I went to the Sheriff's Department in Houston to see if our local Sheriff had been infiltrated by these plans. Well, it appears so. I was put in
    • contact with a Lt. Kiljan (phonetic spelling) who is in charge of some secret unit in the department. I asked him if be had participated in military training or in training with military personnel here in the Sheriff's Department. He denied it, and when I asked him if be would testify so under oath he became angry and stated, "You are just an ordinary citizen. I don't have to tell you anything." I later discovered that Lt. Kiljan is the ex-director of the Houston branch office of the U.S. Secret Service. Now where does his money come from? The area is administered by the Houston- Galveston Area Council. In this regional government plan, each federal region is divided into state clearinghouses, and each state clearinghouse is divided into area clearinghouses. And for our area we have the Houston- Galveston Area Council. It serves as a conduit for federal funds in two major areas: L.E.A.A. and H.E.W. Most everybody thinks this organization (the Houston-Galveston area Council) is for the development of the area; the geographical area here in Houston. It is not. It is for the development of L.E.A.A. and H.E.W. projects. Now this finds its counterpart in every community across the U.S. It provides for these agencies a liaison for intergovernmental communications, interaction and coordination. Chapter 6: MIND CONTROL: DRUGS AND PROPAGANDA I examined their projects to see what they were doing. This regional government program distributes federal funds for two major purposes: 1) Radio hookups between every police agency in the state to Fort Sam Houston, and; 2) Mental health programs,including programs for the mentally ill having priority of beds and hospitals. Another interesting fact to consider is that in the Pine Bluff Arkansas Arsenal "B-Z" is stored. It's a nerve gas which creates sleepiness, dizziness, stupor, and the incapacity to move about. According to the Associated Press, the agent can be sprayed by aerosol, injected or sprayed over large areas by a bomb. The Military has admitted that one potential use of the gas is for civilian control. So whatever they planned, they've also planned a way for you to go to your destination in a tranquil state of mind. H.E.W., by law, is operated in conjunction with the United Nations through the World Health Organization. Back in 1948, the International Congress on Mental Health, a U.N. organization, declared in its pamphlet "Mental Health and World Citizenship" that; Prejudice, hostility or excessive nationalism may become deeply imbedded in the developing personality without awareness on part of the individual concerned. In order
    • to be effective, efforts of changing individual must be appropriate to the successive stages of the unfolding personality. While in a case of a group of society, change will be strongly resisted unless an attitude of acceptance has first been engendered. Principles of Mental health cannot be successfully furthered in any society unless there is progressive acceptance of the concept of world citizenship,... Programs for social change to be effective require a joint effort of psychiatrists and social scientist, working together in cooperation with statesmen, administrators and others in positions of responsibility. The three phases of the development are: 1) Mental hospitals for segregation, care and protection of persons of unsound minds.; 2) Community Mental Health Care Centers, so that persons may be treated in their own neighborhood.; 3) Child Care Centers for dealing with early difficulties of nationalism in a child's life. Two years earlier, Major General G.B. Chisholm, Deputy Minister of Health in Canada, who later became director of United Nations World Health Organization, explained; "Self defense may involve a neurotic reaction when it means defending one's own excessive material wealth from others who are in great need. This altitude leads to war... So his solution to the problem is: Let's redistribute the wealth among everyone. Further, the reinterpretation and eventual eradication of the individual's concept of right and wrong which has been the basis of child training are the belated objectives of practically all effective psychotherapies. Now if we digress even further, to Buria (phonetic spelling), the director of the Soviet Secret Police in the 1930's, we see he explained the communist political strategy through the use of "mental healing" of psychiatry: Psycho-politics is the art and science of asserting and of maintaining a dominion over the thoughts and loyalties of individuals, officers, bureaus, and masses, and the effecting of the conquest of enemy nations through mental healing. You must work... until every teacher of psychology unknowingly or knowingly teaching only communistic doctrine under the guise of psychology. If you look at the Russian manual of instruction of psychopolitical warfare, we see in chapter 9;
    • Psycho-political operations should at all times be alert to the opportunities to organize for the betterment of the community mental health centers. Now, under the new national Mental Health program at this moment there are more than 600 of these community mental health centers across the United States. The whole thing was promoted by Dr. Stanley F. Yoles (phonetic spelling), who was the director of the National Institute of Mental Health in 1969. And he stated back then, that the newest trend in treating mental illness is care at local health care centers where the patient is not isolated from his (or her) family and friends. They have been working on this program for 46 years publicly. Now across the U.S through your tax dollars you have 603 centers (to be exact); Community Health Centers that are all part of this program. And this is how they are part of the program (it has already happened): In the mid-1950s, there were set into motion an interesting chain of events. About 1956 the Alaska Mental Health Bill was proposed and later passed. It granted approximately 12 million dollars, and 1 million acres of public land to Alaska so that it could develop its own mental health program. Now this was a little abnormal since Alaska only had a little over 400 people who were classified as mentally ill! After the bill was passed, Alaska passed its own enabling legislation to get into the mental health business. They started by adopting the essential elements of the Public Health Service Draft Act on the hospitalization of the mentally ill in the old "Interstate Compact on Mental Health", now called the Uniform Mental Health Act. There were no provisions for jury trial in it or anything else. You would just be picked up and taken to the Alaskan-Siberian Asylum incommunicado and the state would also confiscate all of your personal and real property! And they actually tried to do it in 1954 in the case of Ford vs. Milinak (phonetic spelling), which declared the act as adopted in another state (Missouri) as unconstitutional. But the act itself still exists, modified, but essentially in the same form, the Uniform Mental Health Act to which approximately 6 states subscribe. And in passing most State Constitutions, if you will check them from the period of 1935, made a part of their constitution the practice of having a person submit to a 90-day mental examination to determine his (or her) sanity, without any provisions for a trial by jury. This was part of the national program at that time. In this act, the governor could have anyone picked up and sent to the Mental Health Institution in Alaska or elsewhere. The result as rumors back in the '50s, were that there was in fact a sinister, Frankenstein-type mental health prison in Alaska. I wrote to Alaska (the officials that is) and asked them for a description of the land of 1 million acres that they were
    • eligible to receive, under the Alaska Mental Health Act, were. And I also asked them for a copy of the inventory they ran for their facilities back at that same time. Well, so far no answer. And probably, I will never receive an answer without a court order. But through the years, there was a spot in Alaska that was continually referred to: Southeast of Fairbanks; southwest of Fairbanks; northwest of Fairbanks; somewhere near Fairbanks. Then I received information that a pilot had flown over the area once and had his license revoked. And so, for $1.85 each, I ordered the low-level navigation maps from the federal government for Alaska and located the Alaska-Siberian Asylum for the treatment of enemies of the United States. It's right where rumor over the past 20 years had placed it: Southwest of Fairbanks. It stands out like a sore thumb! It's the only one of that geometric configuration within the sate of Alaska, and you will note a black line running up through Fairbanks and down over near that area of the map. That is the railroad that the Department of Transportation would take the emergency operation of, under the Executive Order, if the Executive Order went into effect. And H.E.W. would be responsible for making a determination of whether or not you were mentally disturbed because of your nationalistic tendencies, your love for the United States, or your adherence to any political or religious doctrine. But let's look a little further into the type of program that the L.E.A.A. is paying for through the Department of Justice. The Federal Bureau of Prisons, located in the backwoods of North Carolina, near a tiny village called Butner, is constructing a mammoth 42 acre research complex for prisoners from throughout the East. Who will be sent for experiments to test new behavioral programs and techniques? Target date for completion of the entire system is ironically 1984. And so, they're using right now, under the L.E.A.A. program, something called anectine (Phonetic spelling). Punishment for troublesome behavior within the prison is being done by drugs and shock, likely to be the most selected examples of programs that have made use of anectine, a derivative of South American curare. Anectine was originally used as a beginning factor to electro- convulsive shock. Such shocks applied to the bead are so strong they can break and graze bones under the strain of resulting muscle contractions. Since anectine paralyzed the muscles without dampening consciousness or the ability to feel pain, by first injecting the inmates with it, researchers can turn up the voltage as high as they want without cracking the inmates' skeleton when his body is thrown into convulsions by the jolt. What the anectine does, in short, is to simulate death within 30 to 40 seconds of injection. It brings on paralysis first with the small rapidly moving muscles in the nose, fingers and eyes, and then in the diaphragm and the cardiovascular system. As a result, the patient cannot move or breathe and yet remains fully conscious, as though drowning and dying. This is
    • from the 1974 publication, 'Human Behavior'. Chapter 7: THE PEOPLE VS. THE CONSPIRATORS The federal government answered my suit in June (1976) by filing an unsworn general denial of everything that I had alleged. I spoke with the assistant U.S. Attorney in charge of the case and asked him if he had gone to the trouble to call any of the parties mentioned in the suits. since I had provided not only the addresses, but their telephone numbers to provide a faster means of investigation. He said he had not. He had not even done a minimal amount of investigation of the case, but yet he filed a denial of my allegations. I filed a motion in the meantime to take the deposition of the person who writes the training programs for the concentration camp guards, Mr. Richard Burrage, the 75th Maneuver Air Command at Army Reserve Center at Houston, Texas, stating that in light of all the recent activity of government agents, one of the agencies involved might attempt to murder this key witness, the author of the training camp program. The federal Judge denied my motion, stating that I had not quoted enough cases to him justifying my request. However, he was also aware as that there were no cases existing on this set of facts, but as you will see as I go along with this report, he chose to ignore it. I then made an agreement with the assistant U.S. Attorney to take the deposition to Mr. Burrage. After I'd made the arrangements, the U.S. Attorney refused to voluntarily go along with taking the deposition. It is very difficult to find justice in our system of courts. Law is usually practiced by the "buddy system", hence the court rules are overlooked or not followed. On July 20, a hearing was held at the magistrates of Norman Black U.S. District Court in Houston. The courtroom was completely filled with spectators. And although the news media had been contacted, no representatives of the press were there. There is a news media blackout on this matter here in Houston. Brief oral arguments were presented. The U.S. Attorney explained that I was not the proper person to bring the suit because, although the free exercise of my constitutional rights was threatened by the concentration camp program as alleged, it did not constitute my injury. The magistrate was impressed with the information I had thus far collected and stated that he would bring it to the attention of the federal judge. The U.S. Attorney tried to have my investigation of the case halted, but the magistrate would not go along that far with a pre-arranged decision. As an additional indication of what I was up against, the original hearing was scheduled for 10:30 in the morning. However, the U.S. Attorney had secretly had the time changed
    • to 2:30 in the afternoon. The magistrate gave the U.S. Attorney permission to file for motion to dismiss because he felt that the concentration camp program, to be used for persons who exercise their freedom of speech, did not present any injury. Now, on July 23 I had placed in the 'Houston Post' and in the 'Houston Chronicle' newspapers the following advertisement in the legal section. Quote: "Solicitation for witnesses in Civil Action 78-H-667, Federal District Court of Houston, People extemporal William Pabst vs. Gerald Ford et al. The action titled: Complaint Against the Concentration Camp Program of the Dept. of Defense. Attention: If you have participated in Operation Garden Plot, Operation Cable Splicer, the 300th Military Police Prisoner of War Command, or the Army Reserve Civil Affairs group, you may be involved in a program that needs to be deposed for this suit. To give your testimony call or write; (and here I placed my name address and telephone number). As I previously mentioned, there is a news media blackout on the story here in Houston. Both newspapers refused to carry the ad. First at the 'Houston Post'; I had to threaten them with a law suit to carry out the ad, even though I was paying for it. And then at the 'Chronicle'; I had to meet with the president and various vice presidents because a refusal from that paper had come up from their own lawyers. Both newspapers finally carried it, but only after two days of complaining. The initial response of both papers was; "We don't carry stories like that", and; "Don't you think that the people planning the concentration camps have our best interests in mind?" As you will hear for yourselves, the policies definitely do not reflect our best interests. The next event that occurred was that the U.S. Attorney filed a "Statement of Authority", showing the reasons that he could find why I should not be allowed to take depositions to get more information from the person who was writing the concentration camp guard training program. However, his brief was completely filled with misquotes of the law from many cases. He'd mention the case and then invent whatever the case should say. In my brief to the court at this point, I notified the judge of the violation of the law requiring honesty in such matters. But the notification was ignored by the judge, who apparently sanctioned this most dishonest of acts commonly known as "quoting out of context". Chapter 8: THE GENEVA CONVENTION My brief filed on August 27. On August 31, formal arguments were set. The new courtroom of the magistrate was almost filled again. However, no one from the news media showed up for this hearing either. The few who were contacted had been told not to go; they would lose their jobs.
    • At the hearing I introduced evidence that heretofore had never been introduced in any court of law in the U.S. The U.S. Attorney had denied, you will remember, everything in my suit without so much as even a tiny investigation. So I introduced him to evidence the following letter from the Department of the Army, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff of Personnel, signed by; I.B. Sergeant, Colonel G.S., Acting Director of Human Resources Development. Quoting: On behalf of President Ford, I am replying to your letter 27 May, 1976, regarding a news article in the Dallas Morning News. As much as he would like to, the president cannot reply personally to every communication he receives. Therefore, he has asked the departments and agencies of the federal government in those instances where they have special knowledge or special authority under law. For this reason your communication was forwarded to officials of the Dept. of Defense. Within the Dept. of Defense, the Army is responsible for custody and treatment of enemy prisoners of war and civilian internees as defined under terms of the Geneva Convention of 1949. Therefore, the Army is prepared to detain prisoners of war and detainees as defined in Article IV of the 1949 Geneva Convention relative to the treatment of prisoners of war and protection of civilian persons. It is U.S. policy that its Armed Forces adhere to the provisions of international law to set the example for other countries of the world to follow and respecting the right and dignity of those who become victim of international conflict. It should be noted that the Army program is designed for implementation during conditions of war between the U.S. and one or more foreign countries. The Army had no plans nor does it maintain detention camps to imprison American citizens during domestic crises. The problem with this letter is that it's not true, and that's what I'm going to discuss at this point. First of all, in verifying the authenticity of the claims in the letter, I checked the Geneva text and there is no article in the Geneva Convention entitled as the letter states. There is, however, on each of the classifications; "Protection of War Victims/Civilian Persons" and a separate article on "Prisoners of War". That was the first discrepancy. Then I turned to Article IV of the Geneva Convention. That article did not set up any requirements or authorizations for military units of any type and does not even suggest it. Hence, the second discrepancy. The next problem with the letter from President Ford's representative is that it states that he prisoner of war guard program is set up for the implementation for "conditions of war between the U.S. and one or more (foreign) countries." However, Article III of the Geneva Convention reads that the
    • treaty applies to (and I am quoting): "In case of an armed conflict not of an international character, occurring within the territory of one of the high contracting parties." Obviously and armed conflict occurring within one's own territory did not mean between one or more of the parties to the treaty, especially if only one is involved. Now, the examples of this type of conflict are: civil war, armed insurgency and guerrilla activities. In other words, they're speaking of a domestic conflict. An even more shocking item is found in the last pages of the 1949 Geneva Convention under "Protection of War Victims/Civilian Persons". You will find the index card, the identification card, forms to be used for writing your family, and everything necessary for the administration of a concentration camp is contained in this treaty that the U.S. signed and ratified. Further, if there is a conflict in the U.S. involving only the U.S. this convention or treaty can go into operation; which includes the procedures for setting up the concentration camps. Article LXVIII of the Convention states (and I paraphrase): If you commit an offense that is solely intended to harm the occupying power, not harming the life or limb of members of the occupying power, but merely talking against such a force, such as the Martial Law situation, you can be imprisoned provided that the duration of such imprisonment is proportional to he offense committed. Well, President Dwight Eisenhower didn't feel that provision was strong enough. So he had the following additions placed in the treaty, which states: "The U.S. reserves the right to impose the death penalty in accordance with the provisions of Article LXVIII without regard to whether the offenses referred to therein are punishable by death under the law of the occupied territory at the time the occupation begins." So not only can you be imprisoned for having exercised freedom of speech; you can be put to death under the provisions of the Geneva Convention in 1949 for having exercised, or attempting to exercise, freedom of speech. The next item that I introduced into evidence was a field manual; FM 41-10, "Civil Affairs Operation". You will remember at the outset that I mentioned Civil Affairs groups. Let me quote to you from that manual what one of the functions of the Civil Affairs activities includes: Item 4. Assumption of full or partial executive, legislative and judicial authority over a country or area. So let's see what a "country or area" is defined as in the same manual. It includes: small towns and rural areas, municipalities of various population sizes, districts, counties, provinces or states, regions of national government.
    • Nowhere in the manual does it exclude this program from being put into effect right here in the United States. As a matter of fact in Kearny, New Jersey, the Civil Affairs group went into that area and practiced taking over that governmental unit. And yet the Army in its letter of June 16-states that these programs are not for us. Yet they are practiced here in the United States under conditions that can only occur here at home. The study outline of field manual, FM 41-10 on page j-24 under "Penal Institutions 1-B", you see there is a program on concentration camps and labor camps-number, location and capacity. It is important to note that a concentration camp and a labor camp are always located near each other, for obvious reasons. Again on page d-4 of the same manual you'll find a sample receipt for seized property; a sample receipt written in English and containing terminology applicable to only U.S. territory. On page 8-2 of the same manual, under the heading "Tables of Organization and Equipment", we find that there are 3 other organizations that would be working along with the Civil Affairs operation: The Chemical Service Organization, the Composite Service Organization, and the Psychological Operations Organization, along with the various Civil Affairs organizations. In July of that year (1976), the following Civil Affairs groups met with the following airborne groups at a staging area in Fort Chaffee, Arkansas. A staging area is where military units meet before they go into action. They met with the 82nd Airborne and part of the 101st Airborne; the 32nd Civil Affairs group of San Antonio, Texas headquarters; the 362nd Civil Affairs brigade from Dallas, Texas; the 431st Civil Affairs company from Little Rock Arkansas headquarters; the 306th Civil Affairs group, U.S. Army Reserves, Fayetteville, Arkansas commanded by Lt. Colonel N. McQuire (phonetic spelling) and William Highland. The 486th Civil Affairs company from Tulsa, Oklahoma; the 418th Civil Affairs company from Kansas City, MO.; the 307th Civil Affairs group from St. Louis, MO.; the 490th Civil Affairs group from Abilene, Tex.; the 413th company from Hanlin, La; the 12th S.S. group, 2nd Battalion (headquarters unknown). They're ready to go into action. The problem is as it appears they were ready to take over the entire government of the United States as their mission sets out. One man who attended this staging area talked to a Civil Affairs sergeant and asked him what his job was. The sergeant explained that the civilians of this country will really be surprised some day when the Civil Affairs groups begin to operate the government. Now the Dept. of the Army still maintains that all this is not for the United States, yet this training continues here for
    • us. The evidence is overwhelming; the plan exists for the imprisonment of millions of U.S. citizens. And even through all this information was presented to the federal magistrate, he still felt that no one was injured by such a plot. On the 2nd day of September, 1976, the magistrate recommended to the federal judge that the case be dismissed. And the sole basis for his reasoning to dismiss was that we have to be actually physically injured before we can maintain a law suit of this type. He did not feel that although all this active planing, preparation and training was going on, that any U.S. citizen had been injured even though the citizen may fear exercising his or her freedom for fear of being detained and imprisoned in a concentration camp at a later date. Chapter 9: IGNORING THE CONSTITUTION The case of Tatum B. Laird, heard before the Supreme Court in 1974, is a case in point. It involved the Army intelligence collecting apparatus, which was developing a list of names of persons who the Army felt were troublesome. The Supreme Court held that the making of lists of this type did not of and by itself present any injuries. The minority opinion in that case was that the injury in the case with a program such as this made people afraid to use their freedom of speech for fear of being sent to jail for it. But the majority did not buy that argument. The difference between that case and this case although we also have the computer program, is that we have something much further past that point; the concentration camp guard program and the Civil Affairs program for the taking over of all functions of our government. In light of that the federal judge said that this is not an injury. As a matter of fact the U.S. Attorney alleged that even if people were placed in concentration camps, if they were all treated the same they would still not have the right to go to federal court. On the 20th day of September, I filed a memorandum to notify the magistrate and the federal judge that I had discovered that the federal government had a program for a number of years to suspend our constitutional right of the writ of habeas corpus. This information substantiated the complaint. Habeas corpus is the name of that legal instrument utilized to bring someone before a judge when that person is being illegally imprisoned or detained so that he (or she) may obtain his (or her) freedom. The Constitution states that the writ of habeas corpus shall never be suspended. I found the disturbing information in a report; 94-755, 94th Congress, 2nd Session Senate, April 26th, 1976, entitled "Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans Book II". On page 17-d, entitled "First Amendment Rights", the report states that more importantly "the government surveillance activities in the aggregate, whether expressly intended to do so, to deter the exercise of First Amendment rights by
    • American citizens who become aware of the government's domestic intelligence program." Beginning on page 54 it is stated that, beginning in 1946, four years before the Emergency Detention Act of 1950 was passed, the FBI advised the Attorney General that it had secretly compiled a secret index of potentially dangerous persons. The Justice Dept. then made tentative plans for emergency detention based on suspension of the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus. Department officials deliberately avoided going to Congress. When the Emergency Detention Act of 1950 was passed, it did not authorize the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. But shortly after passage of that act according to a bureau document, Attorney General J.R. McGraft told the FBI to disregard it and to proceed with the program as previously outlined. A few sentences later on page 55 it states, "With the security index, use broader standards to determine potential dangerousness than those described in the statute." And unlike the act, Department plans provided for issuing a master search warrant and a master arrest warrant. This is the center importance: It is the same thing that I am alleging in federal court, yet the magistrate chose to ignore these facts also. We have government officials not only ignoring the will of Congress, but doing the opposite of what the Constitution provides by planning illegally for the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. In addition, as mentioned before, the master search warrant and the master arrest warrant are forms fed into the computer, which print the names and addresses on them from the tapes previously prepared by the intelligence-gathering program. As you are arrested, your home will be searched and anything found there may be confiscated. This program has existed since 1946 up to and including 1973, and without proper access to judicial discovery techniques, it can't be determined whether the same plan now exists under the same name or under another name right now. This memorandum was filed on September 28 to make the court aware of the danger that our rights of freedom of speech and lawful assembly are in. But the court, on September 30, after this notification was received, dismissed the case. However, in keeping with the practice of federal courts in Houston of actively participating in the obstruction of justice, I was not notified of the dismissal until the 6th of October, which gave me just 2 working days to submit any further motion in a 10-day period before time starts running for the appeal. What I have just said regarding the federal courts in Houston is not only my opinion; the 'Houston Chronicle', surprisingly, published an extensive document severely criticizing the federal court in Houston for making up their own rules as they go along with the proceeding, as well as commenting on the communist-like Supreme Court attitude of the judges and court
    • personnel. My experience here has been that the court has returned to me almost every document I filed. Then after a big argument they reaccept the document, stating that they just made a mistake. In reality, the Power structure doesn't want these type of cases in any federal court. Chapter 10: SUMMARY OF EVIDENCE On the 8th of October, I had submitted a request for finding the facts in the filing which had been established by the evidence presented: 1) The 300th Military Police POW Command is located at Livonia, Mich. 2) The Dept. of the Army has stated that said Command exists per se the Geneva Convention of 1949, a treaty of the U.S., Article IV thereof under the title relative to the treatment of prisoners of war and protection of civilian persons. 3) No such title exists in the Geneva Convention per se. 4) There are separate titles, one which is; a. Multilateral Protection of War Victims/Prisoners of War; b. Multilateral Protection of War Victim/Civilian Persons. 5) Nevertheless, Article IV of both titles does not provide for the creation of any military programs for concentration camps. 6) Whether Mr. Fenren of the 300th Military Police POW Command has stated that the purpose of the Command is for the detention of foreign prisoners of war and enemies of the United States. 7) Further, Article III, concerning civilian persons, makes the treaty applicable to conflicts occurring solely within the territory of the United States that are not of an international character, which is capable of including any type of conflict in its description whether it be civil war or guerrilla activity or anything else. The text states: In case of armed conflict not of an international character occurring in the territory of one of the high contracting parties, each party to a conflict shall be bound to apply to the minimum of the following provisions. 8) Dept. of the Army field manual FM41-10, Civil Affairs Operations of Civil Affairs Organization, lists as one of its functions the assumption of full or partial executive, legislative and judicial authority over a count or an area and there is no specific exclusion of the United States as such a country or area.
    • 9) Said manual defines country along certain geographical population basis, county, state regions and national government. 10) Said organization has in fact conducted practiced takeovers of local and state governments in the continental United States, including but not limited to the state of New Jersey. 11) Said organization includes in its study outline on page j-24 a section on concentration camps and labor camps. 12) Said organization includes in it operations composite service operations and psychological operations organizations. 13) Said psychological operation is working with the U.S. Public Health Service, are prepared to operate any and all mental health facilities in the United States as tools of repression against outspoken but nonviolent political conduct of the United States citizens in conjunction with all the above, which is to be used for the same purpose. 14) Further, the Dept. of Justice, in conjunction with this program, has had plans for the suspension of writ of habeas corpus since the year of 1946; has planned depriving persons being detained under this total program any means for protection against tyrannical political repression. The plaintiff requested that the court make findings of fact and draw conclusions of law, consistent therewith as shown by the evidence on record before the court. The effect of this request is that the case must go back to the district judge for further consideration. I mentioned that it appeared that all this planning for concentration camps was to be directed against anyone regardless of his political persuasion or his ideology who exercised freedom of speech against the established power structure of international bankers and multinational corporations. But with Proposition B-type movements threatening to reduce taxes throughout our nation, I foresee an activation of emergency programs so that the parasites on the federal take will continue to receive their checks. Chapter 11: ARE YOU ON THEIR LIST? In the same Senate document, on intelligence activities on the right of Americans referred to on pages 166 and 167, you will find that the federal government has targeted its intelligence activities against one group of Americans. On page 166 the first classification listed is rightists and anti-Communist groups. The first group on Page 167 on Army surveillance lists the John Birch Society as number 1 and the Young Americans for
    • Freedom as the number 2 target. Therefore, the groups of U.S. American citizens considered to be the biggest enemy of the United States by the federal government at this is the conservative patriot. Although this information has been available since April of this year (1979), no one has mentioned this incredible discovery that the federal government considers the patriotic conservative as its greatest enemy. I have received all kinds of information regarding this case from all across the United States. Chapter 12: THE PRICE OF APATHY I obtained the 1945 report of the O.S.S. (office of Strategic Services), the precursor of the C.I.A., 7th. Army, William W. Quinn, Colonel G.F.C.A.C. of the G2, on the liberation of Dachau, a concentration camp during the liberation in Germany. It contains many groups of information, but the relevant portion of the report concerns itself with the section on the townspeople. Quoting from his report, on why the people of this little town didn't complain or didn't overthrow oppressors, but just continued to go along and get along even though they lost their freedom in the process. I quote: These words crop up and up again. They are the rationalization of a man who admits that he was a member of the Nazi party. "I was forced to do so by business reasons", they state. We were lied to in every respect but they admit they knew the camp existed. But they saw the work detail to the inmates passing through the streets under guard, and in some instances the S.S. behaved brutally even towards the townspeople. When asked if they realized that within the last 3 months before the liberation 13,000 men lost their lives within stone's throw of where the people lived, they claimed they were shocked and surprised. When pass only came asked if they never saw transports of dead and dying through he streets along the railway, they referred to the last one. They insist that most of the trains in at night and that they were sealed cars. Did they never ask what was in the endless procession of cars that came in full and always went out empty? A typical reply was, "We were told it was all army material and booty from France." It is established that anyone who stated that he saw only one train come in the daytime was telling a flat lie. There are quite a few such people in Dachau.
    • The analysis of the anti-Nazi element of the town: 1) The people knew what was going on in the camp, even ten years prior to liberation; 2) The town did a thriving business from the concentration camp guard; 3) Ninety percent are guilty and have dabbed themselves with the blood of innocent human beings; 4) The people are to blame for their cowardice; they were all too cowardly. They didn't want to risk anything. And that was the way it was in all of Germany. The conclusion of this report written on Dachau written in 1945 on the liberation of the concentration camp applies today. The conclusion is as follows: If one is to attempt tremendous task and accept the terrible responsibility of judging a whole town, assessing it in mass as to collect a guilt of innocence of all its inhabitants for their complicity in committing this most heinous of crimes, one would do well to remember the fearsome shadow that hangs over everyone in this state in which crime has been incorporated and called the government. So you can see how the whole program is related here. My lawsuit was against one single aspect of the total program: The enforcement arm of the conspiracy. The people who make up the cadre that is going to occupy the concentration camps where enemies of the United States will be placed. Remember Solzhenitsyn's words in the 'Gulag Archipelago': Resistance should have began right there but it did not begin. You aren't gagged, you really can and you really ought to cry out that arrests are being made on the strength of false accusations. If many such outcries had been heard all over the city would arrests have no longer have been so easy. They, the tyrants, can't work in the public eye. Those people who were so apathetic, hoping that nothing was really wrong, that nothing would happen to their persons and property, sat back and watched. The anarchists, financed by multinational interests, looted and pillaged their country. If you think that all that is necessary is to pay your house notes, to pay your TV notes, to go vote when there is an election, and to stand back during the rest of the year and watch as your country and way of life are replaced by a system in which you will be a slave in a concentration camp, you -not the conspirators -- are guilty because you, by silent acquiescence, invite tyranny and oppression.
    • And when you have to steal food to eat because our production is for foreign use because the Dept. of Commerce, through Executive Order 11490 and its predecessors, is responsible for international distribution of our commodities, don't sit in the culvert hiding and eating and wondering what happened: You made it all possible. When your family is split up and spread across the United States to do slave labor and you never see your loved ones again, it will be your fault: You did nothing to prevent it. Once we lose our freedom we are never going to regain it. That is why we must stand together to prevent the loss of our freedom as citizens of the United States. Thank you very much. (Conclusion of taped report.) Editors note: This provided by the folks below thru, yes, once again, Harold Thomas at http://www.halcyon.com/harold/ | HOME | BACK TO THE LIBRARY | ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Liberty's Educational Advocacy Forum, Indiana's Fully Informed Jury Association, Inc. http://www.drtavel.com/ ************************* Not a high-tech law firm brochure. Dr. Tavel's Self Help Clinic and Sovereign Law Library promotes "action that raises the cost of state violence for its perpetrators (and) that lays the basis for institutional change " -- Noam Chomsky "[T]he Law . . . should be accessible to every man and at all times." Franz Kafka, THE TRIAL 115 (Willa & Edwin Muir trans., Schocken Books 1988) (1925). For Liberty in Our Lifetime, R.J. Tavel, J.D. ************************** Updated Daily by The OtherOne Computer Consulting International, Ltd. http://www.drtavel.com/TOOCCI.html mailto:rj@drtavel.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ posted 10/31/97 Hundreds of children held in detention camps
    • http://illnews.com.au/thu/2060937.htm More than 900 children were detained last year in immigration detention centres, described by human rights watchdogs as modern-day concentration camps, the Federal Government said yesterday. On the eve of a visit to Sweden to examine alternatives to detention for women and children, Immigration Minister Philip Ruddock said 914 minors had been held behind barbed wire in camps such as Woomera during 2000. He said more than 200 of those were still locked up with parents or relatives in December, with more than 30 having been held for more than a year. ``Of these, 46 per cent have been in detention for less than three months,'' Mr Ruddock said. ``Thirty-eight per cent have been in detention for greater that three months and 16 per cent have been in detention for greater than 12 months.'' Mr Ruddock arrived in Sweden last night for talks with officials there on an alternative detention regime for illegal arrivals. He is expected to meet the deputy head of Sweden's detention system, Rickard Peterson, to consider options for releasing women and children into community housing rather than keeping them locked up. Australia, besieged by almost 4000 boat people over the past year, enforces a policy of mandatory detention for all illegal arrivals, housing them in remote camps in Western and South Australia. The Swedish model allows women and children to stay in nearby community housing while enjoying full visiting rights to their husbands and fathers during the day. Children under 18 may not be detained for more than three days except in exceptional circumstances, while most inmates are rarely held for more than two months.
    • Concentration Camps in U.S. Index Photos, testimonials, commentary regarding detention / concentration camps in America run by foreign troops -- eventually to be filled with patriots who oppose the New World Order when martial law comes? NOTE: One of my main reasons for posting this information, even though some of it may seem to stretch credulity, especially in this day of relative peace, is that I have had many friends who have seen them in their visions of the future tribulations. U.S. Policy • Preparatory in U.S. • Recent Times • Historical • Don't Jump to Conclusions • See also
    • http://www.abovetopsecret.com/camps.html (archive) Additional Coverage: American Concentration Camps - index by American Patriot Friends Network. http://GulagAmerika.homestead.com (see Archive.org | May2003) established to document the growing threat of planned detention facilities throughout the USA and Canada Premonitions of American Holocaust - facts, fears, documentation, rumor, truth, exaggeration. FEMA and the REX-84 Program (dead link) - Readiness Exercise 1984 (that's it's actual name). U.S. Policy Congress of the United States March 24, 1997 "Enclosed is the information you requested pertaining to the Army's policy and guidance for establishing civilian inmate labor programs and civilian prison camps on Army installations. This information has not yet been published (it is currently at the printers), however, it has been funded, staffed, and does reflect current Army policy." -- Bill Hefner Member of Congress
    • click for enlargement Official Document Confirming the Camps text above Preparatory in U.S. MILITARY POLICE INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT OPERATIONS (Official U.S. Military policy regarding concentration camps) Preparing the Troops -- U.S. soldiers now serving U.N. and NATO abroad are being conditioned to deal with 'militants, insurgents, resisters' at home as well. Police-Military Cooperation Trends - White House Briefing, Feb. 24, 2000 - Photos Civil Internment Camps up for Review (TheWinds.org, 9/8/97) - Past is prologue National Guard has been preparing concentration camp in Marseilles Illinois former National Guardsman reports activities of past several years (Jan. 12, 2003) The Road to Heart Mountain? [backup] - WWII Japanese interment facilities and retired military bases being prepped. The Luftwafe over Amerika!! [link dead, looking for original] photos of German planes training in U.S., using former U.S. bases, white UN bus & look-alikes to condition U.S. citizens to international occupation presence. U.S. Military Civil Disturbance Planning: The War at Home [backup] by Frank Morales United States Army Document Detailing Civilian Detention Centres [backup] (7/27/94) Photocopy of "Draft Army Regulation on Civilian Inmate Labor
    • Program" Internet Watch's Report on U.S. Concentration Camps [backup] - Maps, photos, documentation Fort Dix New Jersey [backup] - photos of "Enemy Prisoner of War compound" Pre-made prison cells on back of truck [backup] (9/19/95) U.S. Concentration Camps: FEMA and the Rex 84 Program [backup] - "There over 600 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) should Martial Law need to be implemented in the United States. The current foreseeable event which will see the implementation of the use of these camps is the coming of the New World Order, led by the Shadow Government." Desoto National Forest, Mississippi (InfoWars.com) Approx 40-acres, operated by foreign troops. Multiple photos: Razor wire, tents, gun tower, search lights, 10' wall, guard shack, portable prison trucks (July 14, 2000). Secret Base Discovered in Mississippi [backup] -endangered species preserve actually home to Russian troops, scud missiles. (Sept. 30, 1996) July 8, 2000, Mississippi: Portable prison moves in on trucks, gun tower, search lights. Military Man's Response [backup]: "I don't believe that there is anything out of the ordinary going on in the U'S. It's business as usual." (Aug. 5, 2000) Indiana You can order a documentary video called Shocker by calling Hope for America Ministries at 1-800-959-1991. "300+ concentration camps" (98/4/17)
    • Don't Jump to Conclusions Re: "List of camps as of 12/9/99" I personally visited the supposed "Utah Lake" camp mentioned, driving an hour across dirt roads and through brush to approach the back side of the facility, only to discover that it was a garbage dump. The high fences were to keep the garbage from blowing into the lake. It would be nice to have legitimate validations of these claims and not operate in an irresponsible panic mode. MORE click for enlargement Fence near Genola Utah, by Utah Lake Strange Things in Oregon [backup] Federal Detention Centers being built and currently in operation for federal criminals (e.g. the Waco types). Humor/Spoof > Amish-UNWO Alliance Exposed [backup]
    • Recent Times Croatian Association of Former Prisoners in Serbian Concentration Camps 1995 ~340 Secret Detention Centers in Argentina - (1976 - 1983) These 'Prisoner Assessment Centers' formed a separate and unofficial prison system that secretly functioned alongside the legal structure. They were intended to hold the thousands of people who disappeared in Argentina on the explicit orders of the military dictatorship. The policy was to eliminate political opposition to the "Western Christian way of life." Historical America's World War II Prison Camps (by Gary North) - camps in U.S. may have incarcerated as many as 425,000 prisoners of war. (Dec. 11, 2001) WWII Concentration Camps - alphabetical listing, stats, memoirs. (Jewish Student Online Resource Center) Cybrary of WWII Concentration Camps - photos, art, research, books, Concentration Camps a Traveler's Guide to World War II Sites past is prologue? Auschwitz - photo album See also Places of Refuge for Remnant Saints - Where peaceful people who love liberty and uprightness can gather before and during the coming calamities for survival and a little slice of heaven on what can otherwise be a hellish earth. Global Socialist Conspiracy (index) Humor > Twenty Things to Say When BATF Troops Storm Your House "No, I won't vote for Gore. How many times do I have to tell you?"
    • Chip Implants in Humans Already Here and In Use (index) Index of Studies on 666 - the mark of the beast Greater Things News Service - prophetic prospective Wal-Mart Prices at a Terrible Cost Constitutional Studies (index) United Nations Vehicles On U.S. Soil! These photos are of actual United Nations vehicles on the soil of America. These vehicles are coming into our ports -- namely Port Beaumont, Texas--at a staggering rate. Why? These are a few that were sent to us.
    • List of Detention Camps, Temporary Detention Centers, and Department of Justice Internment Camps DETENTION CAMPS Permanent detention camps that held internees from March, 1942 until their closing in 1945 and 1946. Amache (Granada), Colorado Opened August 24, 1942. Closed October 15, 1945. Peak population 7318. Origin of prisoners: Nothern California coast, West Sacramento Valley, Northern San Joaquin Valley, Los Angeles. 31 Japanese Americans from Amache volunteered and lost their lives in World War II. 120 died here between August 27, 1942 and October 14, 1945. In April, 1944, 36 draft resisters were sent to Tucson, AZ Federal Prison. Gila River, Arizona Opened July 20, 1942. Closed November 10, 1945. Peak Population 13,348. Origin of prisoners: Sacramento Delta, Fresno County, Los Angeles area. Divided into Canal Camp and Butte Camp. Over 1100 citizens from both camps served in the U.S. Armed Services. The names of 23 war dead are engraved on a plaque here. The State of Arizona accredited the schools in both camps. 97 students graduated from Canal High School in 1944. Nearly 1000 prisoners worked in the 8000 acres of farmland around Canal Camp, growing vegetables and raising livestock.2 Heart Mountain, Wyoming Opened August 12, 1942. Closed November 10, 1945. Peak population 10,767. Origin of prisoners: Santa Clara County, Los Angeles, Central Washington. In November, 1942, Japanese American hospital workers walked out because of pay discrimination between Japanese American and Caucasian American workers. In July, 1944, 63 prisoners who had resisted the draft were convicted and sentenced to 3 years in prison. The camp was made up of 468 buildings, divided into 20 blocks. Each block had 2 laundry-toilet buildings. Each building had 6 rooms each. Rooms ranged in size from 16' x 20' to 20' x 24'. There were 200 administrative employees, 124 soldiers, and 3 officers. Military police were stationed in 9 guard towers, equipped with high beam search lights, and surrounded by barbed wire fencing around the camp. Jerome, Arkansas Opened October 6, 1942. Closed June 30, 1944. Peak population 8497. Origin of prisoners: Central San Joaquin Valley, San Pedro Bay area. After the Japanese Americans in Jerome were moved to Rohwer and other camps or relocated to the east in June, 1944, Jerome was used to hold German POWs. Manzanar, California Opened March 21, 1942. Closed November 21, 1945. Peak population 10,046. Origin of prisoners: Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, San Joaquin County, Bainbridge Island, Washington. It was the first of the ten
    • Temporary Detention Camps for Japanese Americans Stockton Assembly Center California State Historic Landmark 934 Plaque Photo: 07/09/95 #934 Stockton Assembly Center Here, within the confines of San Joaquin County Fairgrounds, enclosed by barbed wire and housed in temporary barracks, 4271 San Joaquin County residents of Japanese ancestry, predominantly American citizens, were interned from May 10 to October 17, 1942, under executive order 9066. May such usurpation of civil, social, and economic rights, without specific charges or trial, never again occur. Site Photo: Nothing remains of this site. Location: Near Administration Building (at main gate), San Joaquin County Fairgrounds, Airport Way, Stockton.
    • White House Briefing Room February 24, 2000 STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT I have just signed a Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) that will improve America’s ability to strengthen police and judicial institutions in countries where peacekeeping forces are deployed. The PDD directs the Departments of State, Defense and Justice to undertake a series of critical enhancements in the areas of police-military coordination, as well as in police, penal and judicial training and development. In peacekeeping missions from the Balkans to East Timor, establishing basic law and order has been among the most important - and formidable challenges. Developing effective local police forces, establishing credible court and penal systems, and reforming legal codes can make the crucial difference between building a just future and lapsing back into conflict. When fully implemented, this PDD will help overcome major obstacles that currently confront international peacekeeping operations. By enhancing cooperation between police and military peacekeepers, we will better ensure public security during these operations. By more effectively training and fielding international police monitors, we will better ensure that local police fairly and effectively prevent the breakdown of law and order in post-conflict societies. And by improving our ability to provide assistance to local judicial and penal institutions, we will better ensure accountability, as well as confidence among local populations often traumatized by the conflicts they have endured.
    • We must do everything possible to improve our ability to help countries in transition to get the job done - and to encourage other governments and the United Nations to be deeply engaged in these efforts. THE ROAD TO HEART MOUNTAIN? Reply Topic List < Prev Topic | Next Topic > < Prev Message | Next Message > an excellent post on pending concentration camps ----- Original Message ----From: "American Patriot Friends Network" <apfn@...> To: "American Patriot Friends Network" <apfn@...> Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 3:26 PM Subject: [Fwd: THE ROAD TO HEART MOUNTAIN?] -------- Original Message -------Subject: THE ROAD TO HEART MOUNTAIN? Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2000 12:59:54 -0700 From: "Archibald Bard" archibaldbard@... THE ROAD TO HEART MOUNTAIN? Rumors, FEMA and the Future A slightly different version of this article was printed in the Loompanics Unlimited winter (September) 1998 catalog supplement. This "open-mindedly skeptical" view of FEMA was actually written in January of that year. It owes a lot to the work of other authors and researchers, whose articles are referenced at the end. Except for the portions pertaining to the internment at Heart Mountain, it isn't primarily the product of my own original research, but is a compilation of, and meditation upon, research done by others. -------------------------------------------------------------------------In the prison camp, they nearly went mad with wind and boredom. And with cold. Many had never seen snow, let alone this 30-below, wind-driven horror. The winds blew white drifts through the cracks in the floors. The huddled families could never get warm, could never get used to the screaming, maddening wind... -----
    • We approach the site of the old camp on a January day. The roads are open -barely. They often close them around here simply because of the wind; wind-carved humps and sheets of snow send vehicles careening into ditches. There's nothing to hit in this high desert. But you can roll forever. The mountain dominates the valley. I never thought a mountain could be ugly until I saw this one. It looks like the face of huge, sleeping a man. His nose swells and hooks. He has no lips. Out of his chin a rocky excrescence protrudes like a wart. No, not exactly a man. More like a deformed god. ----In the summertime, in the camp, the wind blew brown drifts through the cracks in the floors and between the dry, uninsulated boards of the walls. Every day during harvest, prisoners would be driven outside the barbed wire enclosure to work in the fields. But the young men -- more than 600 -- left the camp to fight in the war. They became soldiers for the government that had imprisoned them. ----In 1942, Franklin Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, sending more than 110,000 people to relocation camps. Most of the internees were U.S. citizens. Eleven thousand went to Heart Mountain, north of Cody, Wyoming -imprisoned without trial for the crime of Japanese descent. To this day, there are Americans who defend this internal deportation, saying, "It was for their own good," or, "They weren't like us. They were loyal to their own kind." The camps, they say, were necessary. The question is-Is it about to happen again? Does the U.S. government have plans to round up citizens and lock them into bitter internment "for the duration" of some future emergency? The Internet is rife with rumors. The most persistent rumor says political dissidents will be targeted, this time. Skeptics dismiss the rumors as so much conspiracy-mongering. And even some conspiracy buffs warn against pursuing the tales. When I mentioned I was looking into that question, one said to me, "That way lies madness. If you find out there are camps, no one will believe you. And if there are camps, and you come too close..." Some rumors do seem preposterous. In the way of urban legends, people who've
    • "seen the camps being built with their very own eyes" are usually nameless friends of friends, their stories unverifiable. Other reports might have perfectly innocent explanations. An acquaintance shouted breathlessly down the phone that he'd seen, "Barbed wire! High walls! And guard towers!" being built at Ft. Lewis in Washington state. Well, yes, I thought. You would see those things being built on a military base, wouldn't you? Later, photos circulated on the Internet of such installations. But no one could document their purpose. Experienced military men within the freedom movement countered that they appeared to be training facilities for operating POW camps -- a perfectly legitimate operation. Eerie as such things are, it takes a lot more than this to prove that concentration camps are being built to house us. But the reports won't go away. Even where they're shaky on specifics, they express an intuitive truth about the federal government's view of ordinary Americans. There's nothing new in that federal opinion. Shortly after the original internment camps closed, J. Edgar Hoover conceived a plan called "Security Portfolio," which would have enabled the president to declare a national emergency, suspend the Constitution, and put thousands of people into prison with no trial and no habeas corpus rights. It was the beginning of the Cold War against Americans. Two years later, Congress approved the Security Act of 1950, which also contained an emergency detention plan. Reportedly, Hoover was furious at the plan's "mildness," and continued with more draconian plans of his own. The Security Act remained in force for more than 20 years. G. Gordon Liddy reminisces openly about the days when his job in the FBI included keeping tabs on a list of potential internees. Once every three months, he checked the whereabouts of the political agitators on his list so the government could round them up reliably. During the unrest of the 1960s the federal government again made contingency plans for possible mass roundups of "militants." Now, unrest stirs anew, and we see this -- a memo from C. Dean Rhody, Director of Resource Management for the Department of the Army, July 27 1994: Enclosed for your review and comment is the draft Army regulation on civilian inmate labor utilization and establishment of prison camps on Army
    • installations. The draft regulation is the compilation of all policy message (sic), Civilian Inmate Labor Oversight Committee policy decisions, and lessons learned to date. The new regulation will provide the following: a. Policy for civilian inmate utilization on installations b. Procedures for preparing requests to establish civilian inmate labor programs on installations c. Procedures for preparing requests to establish civilian prison camps on installations. The draft plan once attached to the memo has not surfaced. But Congressman Henry Gonzalez of Texas admitted in an interview, "The truth is, yes, you do have these standby provisions...whereby you could, in the name of stopping terrorism...invoke the military and arrest Americans and put them in detention camps." An agency of control Whatever agency builds the camps, the rumor mill knows who will operate them. FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA, they say, will become dictator of America in a future "emergency." It will hold absolute power over the infrastructure, productive capacity, and citizenry of the country. Whether FEMA will ever do this is an open question. That it has been granted the (unconstitutional) authority to do so is fact. FEMA was established entirely by presidential orders. Congress offered no advice, consent -- or objection. The agency became official when Jimmy Carter signed Executive Order 12148 in 1979, but the concept behind FEMA flowed from the minds of John Kennedy and Richard Nixon. Kennedy signed a series of orders granting the federal government the power to seize a variety of private or local functions in event of emergency. Nixon consolidated and enlarged these powers in 1969 with EO 11490. Gerald Ford later signed EO 11921 which, in the words of Dr. Henry Kliemann, political scientist at Boston University, "...was understood by FEMA to mean that one day they would be in charge of the country. As these bureaucrats saw it, FEMA's real mission was to wait, prepare, and then take over when some 'situation' seemed serious enough to turn the United States into a police state." Once Carter made FEMA official, Ronald Reagan -- far from the lovable bumbler or noble freedom lover he's pictured in retrospect -- gave the
    • agency a distinctly paranoid, military slant by appointing as its head General Louis Guiffrida. Among other qualifications, Guiffrida had written a paper advocating the declaration of martial law in response to black militancy. His plan could have sent millions of blacks to relocation camps. He also wrote: Martial rule comes into existence upon a determination (not a declaration) by the senior military commander that civil government must be replaced because it is no longer functioning, anyway. Defining "emergency" Nevertheless, in the public and media mind, FEMA is simply a helpful -though sometimes slow-moving -- service organization. It shows up after earthquakes and floods to rescue stranded puppies. It parcels out money so communities can rebuild. Maybe. But FEMA isn't, and never has been, an agency to aid average Americans. FEMA's chief -- but largely secret -- mission has always been "Continuity of Government." Its job is to make sure that federal control continues at all costs. This has led to construction of dozens of secret underground bunkers, capable of sustaining life for the select few allowed into them. It has led to FEMA budgets in which millions are allocated to "disaster relief" while billions go to unspecified "other purposes." And that's not to mention the unknown sums in black budget appropriations the agency receives via the Defense Department. For many years, FEMA denied the existence of its primary bunker, Mt. Weather in West Virginia. At 1975 hearings, retired Air Force General Leslie W. Bray, director of FEMA's predecessor, the Federal Preparedness Agency, stonewalled a U.S. Senate subcommittee, insisting, "I am not at liberty to describe precisely what is the role and the mission and the capability that we have at Mount Weather, or at any other precise location." However, it's an open secret that an entire parallel -- unelected -government is headquartered at Mt. Weather, ready to take over the country in an emergency. Disturbing as this may be to some, most Americans would probably take comfort in the belief that some form of government would continue in an emergency.
    • But what is an "emergency"? According to Carter's order, it is ".any accidental, natural, man-caused, or wartime emergency or threat thereof, which causes or may cause substantial injury or harm to the population or substantial damage to or loss of property." In other words, an emergency is anything the president or the director of FEMA declares it to be. Because to the professionally paranoid, anything -even civil disagreement -- can be a threat. It's worth noting that, in the same 1975 hearings at which the Senate failed to learn the purpose of Mt. Weather, Senators did learn that: ..the facility held dossiers on at least 100,000 Americans. [Senator] John Tunney later alleged that the Mount Weather computers can obtain millions of pieces of additional information on the personal lives of American citizens simply by tapping the data stored at any of the other ninety-six Federal Relocation Centers. The subcommittee concluded that Mount Weather's databases "operate with few, if any, safeguards or guidelines." And that was in the days when computer power was measured in kilobytes, not gigabytes and terabytes. Bill Clinton has "modernized" FEMA and elevated it to a cabinet-level department. Under his crony-appointee James Lee Witt, FEMA has increasingly insinuated itself into the doings of local governments, pushing them to pass zoning ordinances and even conducting a SWAT-style raid on a county office when it suspected misuse of flood control funds. These are odd roles for a federal emergency management agency. But what about those camps? Clinton also signed Executive Order 12919, which authorizes any FEMA department head ".to employ persons of outstanding experience and ability without compensation" in event of emergency. There is, of course, a simple one-word description of such laborers: slaves. And where might these FEMA-commanded slaves work and live? According to Roland C. Eyears: [FEMA] operates widely dispersed, newly constructed detention facilities which might be mistaken for hospitals. How curious that such activity has become common at closed military bases. Many include rail spurs in a time
    • when there are no legitimate commodities with the bulk and weight which would justify rail hauling. Unfortunately, Eyears offers no proof of his assertion. But the rumors don't die. There is this, from the Internet: At a dinner following a gun show.[in 1994], a friend introduced me to a trucker..The trucker said that for several years, he'd been making deliveries to a military base in Montana. According to him, the base was one of those that was supposed to have just been closed. Yet, he said, he'd made several deliveries there in just the previous few months. The only difference, he said, was that prior to the "closing" he'd drive on to the base, be directed to a warehouse a few miles away, and would unload at a loading dock. Now, he said, he was being met at the gate and not allowed to drive onto the base. Yes, it's another "friend of a friend" story. However, it's no rumor that Congress has on several occasions proposed to convert closed military bases into prison camps. C. Dean Rhody's memo lends credence to the idea that camps are under construction now. Have FEMA and the Army simply done it using some of those black-budget billions? FEMA bureaucrats may be tempted by paranoia and the prospect of unlimited power. The standing army, which the founders of the country so passionately warned us against, is casting about for something to do. By profession, both groups have a mindset that envisions danger everywhere. Propaganda keeps Americans in fear of "terrorism." Anyone who speaks out against government abuse is branded an "extremist," a "hate-monger," even a potential terrorist. The demonization is eerily evocative of what the Jews and Japanese-Americans endured long ago. It could happen. But the skeptic still asks, "Where's the proof?" The road to Heart Mountain In December 1997, a memo landed on my desk. It listed two dozen "verified" sites where FEMA labor camps were being built -- right now. One was "Hart Mountain (sic), renovated WWII Japanese-American special internment detention facility." We were in the area. So there we were, my significant other and I, bumping over ice-lumped roads, following a local's instructions to "look for the old smokestack on the bluff." We leave Highway Alt. 14 and plow uphill on County Road 19. We rise onto the
    • bluff where the old camp was located. And the wind continues to howl across -- nothing. A fallow beet field. A realm of snow. To the right, far away, sit four crumbling buildings, all that remains of a city-sized prison. Other structures were sold and hauled away years ago. To the left, a small forest of plaques lies under heaps of white. We get out and brush snow off the plaques. We find years of testimony to guilt and regret. We find honor for the young men who fought for the country that despised them. We find words of useless repentance etched in stone after stone. Later, we plod through six inches of untracked snow, across the sagebrush plain, to the derelict buildings, part of an old administration complex. They're rotting, but curiously untouched by vandals. Doors still swing easily and windows hold fragments of glass. The interior walls, though crumbling, are still institutional green. Next to a disused chimney, a hinged box holds a 50-year-old supply of kindling. And Charles looks up and finds, caught under a light fixture, a scrap of wallpaper as bright in this dry climate as it must have been in 1942. Green leaves and red roses. But there's nothing here to renovate. And the only new buildings are far away -- prosperous farms profiting from land the internees made fertile. There's certainly no plank-and-barbed-wire concentration camp waiting to receive another group of demonized Americans. No U.N. troops standing guard. No FEMA bureaucrats waiting to implant biochips in incoming prisoners. There's nothing human at Heart Mountain. The ghosts themselves have blown away. There is nothing, nothing, nothing...nothing at all. Yet, as we turn to begin the long, bleak drive back to Montana, I can't help but remember that they housed them all in barns, all those tens of thousands of Americans, as they waited for the camps to be hammered together. They rounded them up and took them to fairgrounds before the camps were ready. All it takes to turn a fairground into a prison is a few cots while they wait for something more permanent. All it took to provide the wartime permanence of Heart Mountain was two months of construction. And we, of course, have something America didn't have in World War II -dozens of de-militarized military bases scattered all around the country -barracks, barbed wire, checkpoints and all. Waiting. I feel silly having pursued a chimera down the Wyoming winds. But at the same time, I don't feel safe. Or free. The camps may no longer stand on the cold deserts of Wyoming or the shimmering deserts of Arizona. But they're
    • there. In the executive orders. In the plans. In the memos. In the minds of those with a will to control. It's a will that has swelled through 50 additional years of unchecked power. A will that will burn children and shoot mothers and say the innocents were to blame for their own destruction. A will that engineers the survival of government while treating free people as resources or enemies. Next time, I think, wind and loss won't be our worst punishments. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------For more information on FEMA: "FEMA: The Secret Government," by Harry V. Martin http://www.sonic.net/sentinel/gvcon6.html "Executive Orders: Bonfire for the Constitution" http://www.goa-texas.org/Bonfire.htm "FEMA: Blueprint for Tyranny," by Roland C. Eyears http://www.freerepublic.com/forum/a36d6d1885343.htm "Mount Weather" http://tje.net/para/wots/9905/99_05_10_03.htm And for the official, sanitized view, FEMA's own web site. http://www.fema.gov/ Here is a post listing the 300+ camps http://www.fi9.com/guncontrol/k_camps_intro.html U.S. MILITARY CIVIL DISTURBANCE PLANNING: THE WAR AT HOME Reply Topic List < Prev Topic | Next Topic > < Prev Message | Next Message > ----- Original Message ----From: "American Patriot Friends Network" <apfn@...> To: "American Patriot Friends Network" <apfn@...> Cc: <info@...> Sent: Saturday, August 05, 2000 9:16 PM Subject: U.S. MILITARY CIVIL DISTURBANCE PLANNING: THE WAR AT HOME
    • From: "Joe Burton" <rmbrwaco@...> rmbrwaco@... For those who may still think this is not real, see below ! joe 6pk Amer I CAN 5 August 2000. Thanks to Frank Morales. An edited version of this article currently appears in CovertAction Quarterly, #69 Spring/Summer 2000. CovertAction Quarterly http://www.covertaction.org/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------U.S. MILITARY CIVIL DISTURBANCE PLANNING: THE WAR AT HOME By Frank Morales Under the heading of "civil disturbance planning", the U.S. military is training troops and police to suppress democratic opposition in America. The master plan, Department of Defense Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2, is code-named, "Operation Garden Plot". Originated in 1968, the "operational plan" has been updated over the last three decades, most recently in 1991, and was activated during the Los Angeles "riots" of 1992, and more than likely during the recent anti-WTO "Battle in Seattle." Current U.S. military preparations for suppressing domestic civil disturbance, including the training of National Guard troops and police, are actually part of a long history of American "internal security" measures dating back to the first American Revolution. Generally, these measures have sought to thwart the aims of social justice movements, embodying the concept that within the civilian body politic lurks an enemy that one day the military might have to fight, or at least be ordered to fight. Equipped with flexible "military operations in urban terrain" and "operations other than war" doctrine, lethal and "less-than-lethal" high-tech weaponry, US "armed forces" and "elite" militarized police units are being trained to eradicate "disorder", "disturbance" and "civil disobedience" in America. Further, it may very well be that police/military "civil disturbance" planning is the animating force and the
    • overarching logic behind the incredible nationwide growth of police paramilitary units, a growth which coincidentally mirrors rising levels of police violence directed at the American people, particularly "non-white" poor and working people. Military spokespeople, "judge advocates" (lawyers) and their congressional supporters aggressively take the position that legal obstacles to military involvement in domestic law enforcement civil disturbance operations, such as the 1878 Posse Comitatus Act, have been nullified. Legislated "exceptions" and private commercialization of various aspects of U.S. military-law enforcement efforts have supposedly removed their activities from the legal reach of the "public domain". Possibly illegal, ostensible "training" scenarios like the recent "Operation Urban Warrior" no-notice "urban terrain" war games, which took place in dozens of American cities, are thinly disguised "civil disturbance suppression" exercises. In addition, President Clinton recently appointed a "domestic military czar", a sort of national chief of police. You can bet that he is well versed in Garden Plot requirements involved in "homeland defense". Ominously, many assume that the training of military and police forces to suppress "outlawed" behavior of citizens, along with the creation of extensive and sophisticated "emergency" social response networks set to spring into action in the event of "civil unrest", is prudent and acceptable in a democracy. And yet, does not this assumption beg the question as to what civil unrest is? One could argue for example, that civil disturbance is nothing less than democracy in action, a message to the powers-that-be that the people want change. In this instance "disturbing behavior" may actually be the exercising of ones' right to resist oppression. Unfortunately, the American corporate/military directorship, which has the power to enforce its' definition of "disorder", sees democracy as a threat and permanent counter-revolution as a "national security" requirement. The elite military/corporate sponsors of Garden Plot have their reasons for civil disturbance contingency planning. Lets' call it the paranoia of the thief. Their rationale is simple: self-preservation. Fostering severe and targeted "austerity", massive inequality and unbridled greed, while shifting more and more billions to the generals and the rich, the de-regulated "entities of force" and their interlocking corporate directors know quite well what their policies are engendering, namely, a growing resistance. Consequently, they are systematically organizing to protect their interests, their profits, and their criminal conspiracies. To this end, they are rapidly consolidating an infrastructure of repression designed to "suppress rebellion" against their "authority". Or more conveniently put, to suppress "rebellion
    • against the authority of the United States." And so, as the Pentagon Incorporated increases its imperialist violence around the world, the chickens have indeed come home to roost here in America in the form of a national security doctrine obsessed with domestic "insurgency" and the need to pre-emptively neutralize it. Its' code-name: "Garden Plot". Recently, Pentagon spokesman Kenneth H. Bacon "acknowledged that the Air Force wrongfully started and financed a highly classified, still-secret project, known as a black program without informing Congress last year." The costs and nature of these projects "are the most classified secrets in the Pentagon."(1) Could it be that the current United States Air Force Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2 Garden Plot is one such program financed from this secret budget? We have a right to know. And following Seattle, we have the need to know. As this and numerous other documents reveal, U.S. military training in civil disturbance "suppression", which targets the American public, is in full operation today. The formulation of legitimizing doctrine, the training in the "tactics and techniques" of "civil disturbance suppression", and the use of "abusable", "non-lethal" weaponry, are ongoing, financed by tax dollars. According to the Pentagon, "US forces deployed to assist federal and local authorities during times if civil disturbance will follow use-of-force policy found in Department of Defense Civil Disturbance Plan-Garden Plot." (Joint Chiefs of Staff, Standing Rules of Engagement, Appendix A, 1 October 1994.) ORIGINS OF OPERATION GARDEN PLOT: THE KERNER COMMISSION "Knowledge makes a man unfit to be a slave." Frederick Douglass, Rochester, New York is the former home of Frederick Douglass's, North Star newspaper. In 1964, it erupted in one of the first large-scale urban outbursts of the decade. Precipitated by white police violence against the black community, the July uprising lasted several days, subsiding only after the arrival of 1500 National Guardsmen. In "the fall of 1964, the FBI, at the direction of President Johnson, began to make riot control training available to local police departments, and by mid-1967 such training assistance had been extended to more than 70,000 officials and civilians."(2) On July 29, 1967, President Johnson issued Executive Order 11365, establishing the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. It is more commonly known as the Kerner Commission, named for it s chair, former Major General, and then Governor of Illinois, Otto Kerner. The creation of
    • the commission came hot on the heels of the violence in Detroit, a conflict which left 43 dead, several hundred wounded and over 5,000 people homeless. Johnson sent troubleshooter Cyrus Vance, later Secretary of Defense, as his personal observer to Detroit. The commission issued its final report, completed in less than a year, on March 1, 1968. Although the Kerner Commission has over the years become associated with a somewhat benign, if not benevolent character, codifying the obvious, "we live in two increasingly separate America s" etc., the fact is that the commission itself was but one manifestation of a massive military/police counter-insurgency effort directed against US citizens, hatched in an era of emergent post-Vietnam "syndrome" coupled with elite fears of domestic insurrection.While the movement chanted for peace and revolution, rebellious, angry and destructive urban uprisings were occurring with alarming frequency, usually the result of the usual spark, police brutality, white on black crime. The so-called urban riots of 1967-1968 were the zenith, during this period, of social and class conflict. "More than 160 disorders occurred in some 128 American cities in the first nine months of 1967."(3) The executive order establishing the commission called for an investigation of "the origins of the recent major civil disorders and the influence, if any, of organizations or individuals dedicated to the incitement or encouragement of violence."(4) The work of the commission was funded from President Johnson s "Emergency Fund." The executive order sought recommendations in three general areas: "short term measures to prevent riots, better measures to contain riots once they begin, and long term measures to eliminate riots in the future."(5) Their two immediate aims were "to control and repress black rioters using almost any available means", (6) and to assure white America that everything was in hand. Commission members included Charles B. Thorton, Chairman and CEO, Litton Industries, member of the Defense Industry Advisory Council to the DoD and the National Security Industrial Association, John L. Atwood, President and CEO, North American Rockwell Corporation ("Commission Advisor on Private Enterprise"), and Herbert Jenkins, Atlanta Chief of Police and President of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. During the early stages of staff recruitment, commission Deputy Executive Director Victor H. Palmieri "described the process as a war strategy"(7) and so he might given the overwhelming presence within the commission and its consultants of military and police officials. One quarter of over 200 consultants listed were big-city police chiefs, like Daryl F. Gates, former chief LAPD. Numerous police organizations, including the heavily funded Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (financiers of SWAT),
    • guided the commission s deliberations. No less than 30 police departments were represented on or before the commission by their chiefs or deputy chiefs. A key player within the commission, "consultant" Anthony Downs, stated at the time that, "it would be far cheaper to repress future large-scale urban violence through police and military action than to pay for effective programs against remaining poverty." (8) As for the military, twelve generals, representing various branches of the armed services appeared before the commission or served as contractors. The commission s "Director of Investigations", Milan C. Miskovsky, was "on leave as assistant general counsel of the treasury, and formerly connected to the Central Intelligence Agency."(9) The Kerner Commission s "study" of "civil disorder" lead directly to (civilian) recommendations regarding the role of the military in domestic affairs. The report dutifully "commends the Army for the advanced status of its training." Further, it states that "the Department of the Army should participate fully in efforts to develop nonlethal weapons and personal protective equipment appropriate for use in civil disorders." In addition, "the Army should investigate the possibility of utilizing psychological techniques to ventilate hostility and lessen tension in riot control, and incorporate feasible techniques in training the Army and National Guard units." THE ARMY AND CIVIL DISORDER Under the heading, "Army Response To Civil Disorders", the commission report states that "the commitment of federal troops to aid state and local forces in controlling a disorder is an extraordinary act An Army staff task group has recently examined and reviewed a wide range of topics relating to military operations to control urban disorders: command and control, logistics, training, planning, doctrine, personnel, public information, intelligence, and legal aspects." The results of the Army brass s study was subsequently, "made known to the National Guard and to top state and local civil and law enforcement officers in order to stimulate review at the state and local level."(10) The Army Task Force which assisted the Kerner Commission issued its own report in early 1968. In it, the Pentagon took a multi-pronged approach to solving the civil disturbance problem. "Expanding the suggestion of Cyrus Vance, Military Intelligence working with the FBI, local, county and state police forces undertook a massive domestic intelligence gathering operation the Senior Officers Civil Disturbance Course was instituted at the Military Police Academy in Georgia Security forces ranging from Army troops to local
    • police were trained to implement their contingency plans Contingency plans, called planning packets, were prepared for every city in the country that had a potential for student, minority or labor unrest."(11) In addition, "the Army Task Force that had designed this program took on a new name, the Directorate of Civil Disturbance Planning and Operations. The Army Task Force transformation into the Directorate occurred during the massive rioting that broke out in black ghettos of 19 cities after the assassination of Martin Luther King in April 1968."(12) At that time "seven army infantry brigades, totaling 21,000 troops were available for riot duty. And a hugh, sophisticated computer center kept track of all public outbursts of political dissent, thereby furnishing the first of the Army Task Force s prescribed remedies: intelligence."(13) By June of 1968, the Directorate had become the Directorate of Military Support, setting up shop in the basement of the Pentagon. "Better known as the domestic war room, the Directorate had 150 officials to carry out around-the-clock monitoring of civil disorders, as well as to oversee federal troop deployments when necessary. At the cost of $2.7 million, this massive directorate also developed policy advice for the secretary of the Army on all disturbances and maintained intelligence packets on all major U.S. cities."(14) Even though the full extent of US military intelligence activities during this period is far from generally known, "by 1968, many Justice Department personnel knew that the military was preparing to move in massively if needed to quash urban riots, and some officials feared the development of a large national military riot force. It was well known among top officials that the Department of Defense was spending far more funds than the Justice Department on civil disorder preparations indicative of the growing trend at the federal level toward repression and control of the urban black rioters."(15) By 1971, Senator Sam Ervin, later of Watergate renown, had convened his Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights which "revealed that Military Intelligence had established an intricate surveillance system covering hundreds of thousands of American citizens. Committee staff members had seen a master plan - Garden Plot that gave an eagle eye view of the Army-National Guard-police strategy."(16) "At first, the Garden Plot exercises focused primarily on racial conflict. But beginning in 1970, the scenarios took a different twist. The joint teams, made up of cops, soldiers and spies, began practicing battle with large groups of protesters. California, under the leadership of Ronald Reagan, was among the most enthusiastic participants in Garden Plot war games."(17)
    • As time went on, "Garden Plot evolved into a series of annual training exercises based on contingency plans to undercut riots and demonstrations, ultimately developed for every major city in the United States. Participants in the exercises included key officials from all law enforcement agencies in the nation, as well as the National Guard, the military, and representatives of the intelligence community According to the plan, joint teams would react to a variety of scenarios based on information gathered through political espionage and informants. The object was to quell urban unrest "(18) Unrest of a different sort took place on the evening of February 27th 1973. At that time, a group of Native Americans occupied a trading post in the village of Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. By the 2nd of March the takeover had "triggered the army contingency plan for domestic disturbances. Emergency Plans White now coded as Garden Plot brought the Army into South Dakota Three army colonels, disguised as civilians, and reconnaissance planes assisted", while "the Justice Department used the army to conduct intelligence for civilian law enforcement around Wounded Knee."(19) Information on other instances in which Garden Plot was "triggered" over the intervening years is presently locked in Pentagon vaults. In essence, the contemporary roots of militarized efforts to suppress domestic rebellion lie in the US Army s master plan, Department of Defense Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2, Garden Plot. Since at least 1968, the military has expended billions of dollars in this effort. The plan is operative right now, most recently during and after the Los Angeles uprising of 1992. A view into details of this plan is possible by way of an examination of United States Air Force Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2, Garden Plot which is the "implementing" and "supporting plan for the Department of the Army (DA) Civil Disturbance Plan - GARDEN PLOT dated 1 March 1984 (which) provides for the employment of USAF forces in civil disturbances." It is specifically drawn up "to support the Secretary of the Army, as DOD Executive Agent for civil disturbance control operations (nicknamed GARDEN PLOT), with airlift and logistical support, in assisting civil authorities in the restoration of law and order through appropriate military commanders in the 50 States, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and US possessions and territories, or any political subdivision thereof." The plan "is effective for planning on receipt and for execution on order."(20) U.S. AIR FORCE 55-2 - GARDEN PLOT "The long title of the plan is United States Air Force Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2, Employment of USAF Forces in Civil Disturbances. The short title of this document is USAF Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2. The nickname
    • assigned by Department of the Army is GARDEN PLOT." It's dated July 11, 1984. The plan opens with some basic "assumptions", namely that "civil disturbances requiring intervention with military forces may occur simultaneously in any of the 50 States, District of Columbia, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, US possessions and territories." And like the current situation in Vieques, Puerto Rico, "civil disturbances will normally develop over a period of time." In the event it evolves into a confrontational situation, under Garden Plot, it is a "presidential executive order" that "will authorize and direct the Secretary of Defense to use the Armed Forces of the United States to restore law and order." According to the Air Force plan, the military will attempt "to suppress rebellion whenever the President considers that unlawful obstructions, combinations, or assemblages, or rebellion against the authority of the United States, make it impractical to enforce the laws of the United States in any state or territory by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings (10 USC 332)". Applying its own version of equal protection under the law, the military can intervene "when insurrection, domestic violence, unlawful combinations, or conspiracies in a state so hinder or obstruct the execution of the laws as to deprive individuals of their Constitutional rights, privileges, and immunities or when the insurrection impedes the due course of justice, and only when the constituted authorities of the state are unable, fail or refuse to protect that right, privilege, immunity, or to give that protection (10 USC 333)." In other words, the Army makes an offer of "protection" that the citizenry can t refuse. T.Alden Williams, in a sympathetic 1969 treatment of the Army in civil disturbances, put it this way: "Where officials have not shown determination, or have invited violence by predicting it, violence has developed. Hence, it follows that with few exceptions, serious riots are evidence of police failure and that, implicitly, it is at the point of police failure that states and their cities redeem their national constitutional guarantees and the Regular Army may be asked to intervene."(21) Some redemption. According to the Air Force plan's "Classification Guidance", the roughly 200 page document "is UNCLASSIFIED and does not come within the scope of direction governing the protection of information affecting national security. Although it is UNCLASSIFIED, it is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY as directed by AFR 12-30. This plan contains information that is of internal use to DOD and, through disclosure, would tend to allow persons to violate the law or
    • hinder enforcement of the law." Consequently, the plan s "operations orders and operating procedures must be designed to provide the highest degree of security possible." Therefore "the entire staff should identify known or suspected opposition awareness of previous operations and operations plans", while "procedures should be designed to eliminate the suspect sources to the degree possible." And "in the event of organized opposition some sort of advisory intelligence gathering capability should be assumed." The Air Force document warns, under the heading of "Open Literature Threat", presaging current military discourse on "info-war", that "any information/document, though seemingly unclassified, which reveals information concerning this Plan is a threat to OPSEC (operational security)" This is especially true given the nature of the "Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Threat." Recognizing that, "prior to and during sustained military operations in Support of the Plan, the potential HUMINT threat could be considerable", the plan recommends that "every effort should be made to reduce vulnerability to this threat by adhering to OPSEC procedures and safeguarding Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI)." Under "Operations to be Conducted: Deployment", the Air Force plan states that "a civil disturbance condition (CIDCON) system which has been established to provide an orderly and timely increase in preparedness for designated forces to deploy for civil disturbances control operations, will be on an as required basis for USAF resources for such operations as aerial resupply, aerial reconnaisance, airborn psychological operations, command and control communications systems, aeromedical evacuation, helicopter and weather support." The Air Force does have some experience in this area. "In response to the US invasion of Cambodia, student unrest broke out. Under Operation Garden Plot, from 30 April through May 4, 1970, 9th Air Force airlift units transported civil disturbance control forces from Ft. Bragg to various locations throughout the eastern US."(22) In fact, two years earlier, "Air Force Reserve C-119 and C-124 units participated in Garden Plot operations set up to quell domestic strife that followed the assassination of Martin Luther King."(23) Although the section on "Counterintelligence Targets and Requirements" is "omitted", the plan does specify its targets, namely, those "disruptive elements, extremists or dissidents perpetrating civil disorder." A "civil disturbance" is defined as a "riot, acts of violence, insurrections, unlawful obstructions or assemblages, or other disorders prejudicial to public law and order. The term civil disturbance includes all domestic conditions requiring the use of federal armed forces pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 15, Title 10, United States Code." Conditions precipitating Garden Plot activation are "those that threaten to reach or
    • have reached such proportions that civil authorities cannot or will not maintain public order." As for legal authority, "the Constitution of the United States and numerous statutes provide the President with the authority to commit Federal military forces within the United States DOD Directive 3025.12 provides guidance in committing Federal armed forces." FORCE STRUCTURE The "application of forces should be in the following order: local and state police, Army and (in support role) Air National Guard under State control, Federal civil law enforcement officials, federal military forces to include Army and (in support role) Air National Guard." According to the plan, "State Adjutants General prepare civil disturbance plans for the employment of National Guard units under state control." Specifically, "as a general rule for planning purposes, the minimum forces to be supported in any single objective area is 5,000. The maximum to be supported is 12,000 for any objective area other than Washington, DC and 18,000 for Washington, DC." The "objective areas" are "those specified by the Presidential Proclamation and Executive Order in which the Secretary of Defense has been directed to restore law and order", and as "further defined by the Letter of Instruction issued to Task Force Commanders by the Chief of Staff, US Army." In order to avoid the unseemly implications of "martial law", "requirements for the commitment of Federal military forces will not result in the declaration of a National Emergency". In this regard, the "Public Affairs Objectives" include the development of "procedures for the public release of appropriate information regarding civil disturbance control operations." Media and other queries "concerning employment of control forces may be locally answered by an interim statement that the: Department of Defense policy is not to comment on plans concerning the possible employment of military units and resources to carry out assigned missions." Concerning "Force Requirements", the plan states that, "US Army and Marine Corps units designated for civil disturbance operations will be trained, equipped and maintained in readiness for rapid deployment, (with) ten brigades, prepared for rapid deployment anywhere in CONUS. A Quick Reaction Force (QRF) will be considered to be on a 24 hour alert status and capable of attaining a CIDCON 4 status in 12 hours " Upon receipt of orders, "the Task Force Commander assumes operational control of the military ground forces assigned for employment in the objective area", including "specials operations assets." In case the soldiers are unfamiliar with "urban terrain", the "Defense Mapping Agency Topographic Center provides map services in support of civil disturbance planning and operations."
    • The "Summary of the Counterintelligence and Security Situation" states that "spontaneous civil disturbances which involve large numbers of persons and/or which continue for a considerable period of time, may exceed the capacity of local civil law enforcement agencies to suppress. Although this type of activity can arise without warning as a result of sudden, unanticipated popular unrest (past riots in such cities as Miami, Detroit and Los Angeles serve as examples) it may also result from more prolonged dissidence." USAF Garden Plot advises that "if military forces are called upon to restore order, they must expect to have only limited information available regarding the perpetrators, their motives, capabilities, and intentions. On the other hand, such events which occur as part of a prolonged series of dissident acts will usually permit the advance collection of that type of information " The United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), "provides training programs and doctrine for civil disturbance operations to military services." The US Army Force Command (FORSCOM), "organizes, trains, and maintains in readiness Army forces for civil disturbance operations", while the Director of Military Support (DOMS), "conducts, on a no-notice basis, exercises which direct headquarters of uniformed services, appropriate CONUS command, and other DOD components, having GARDEN PLOT responsibilities to assume a simulated increased preparedness for specified forces." In addition, the DOMS, "maintains an around-the-clock civil disturbance command center to monitor incipient and on-going disturbances." The document, the United States Air Force s "implementing plan" for the US Army s Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2, Garden Plot, goes on to detail every aspect of military "suppression" of "rebellion against the authority of the United States", including who pays, who bills and how to secure "loans" to cover the costs "attributable to GARDEN PLOT." Ominously, under "Resources Employed Without Presidential Directive", the document states that when the "immediate employment of military resources is required in cases of sudden and unexpected civil disturbances or other emergencies endangering life or federal property, or disrupting the normal processes of Government, expenses incurred will be financed as a mission responsibility of the DOD component employing the military resources." PENTAGON DIRECTIVES Department of Defense Directive 3025.12, Military Assistance for Civil Disturbances (MACDIS) became effective on February 4, 1994 when signed by then Defense Secretary William Perry. It states that, "the President is authorized by the Constitution and laws of the United States to suppress insurrections, rebellions, and domestic violence under various conditions and circumstances. Planning and preparedness by the Federal Government and the Department of Defense for civil disturbances are important, do to the
    • potential severity of the consequences of such events for the Nation and the population." Further, "the Secretary of the Army, as DoD Executive Agent, shall provide guidance to the other DoD Components, through DoD 3025.12-R, the DoD Civil Disturbance Plan (GARDEN PLOT), or both, in accordance with this Directive". DoDD 3025.12 makes it clear that "MACDIS operations are unprogrammed emergency requirements for the Department of Defense", and that in order to "ensure essential control and sound management of all military forces employed in MACDIS operations, centralized direction from the DoD Executive Agent (the Army) shall guide planning by the DoD component." Thus, "MACDIS missions shall be decentralized through the DoD Planning Agents or other Joint Task Force Commanders only when specifically directed by the DoD Executive Agent." According to the directive, the "Army and Air National Guard forces have primary responsibility for providing military assistance to state and local governments in civil disturbances." Accordingly, "the Army National Guard State Area Commands (STARCs) shall plan for contingency use of non-Federalized National Guard forces for civil disturbance operations." The directive further outlines policy, guidelines, and legal justification for "military assistance for civil disturbances", including policy regarding domestic law enforcement, designating the Army as "the principle point of contact between the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of Justice (DoJ) for planning and executing MACDIS." (24) The militarization of domestic "law enforcement" is founded, in part, upon Department of Defense Directive 5525.5, DoD Cooperation with Civilian Law Enforcement Officials, dated January 15, 1986, five years after Congressional "drug warriors" passed the Military Cooperation with Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies Act. Referencing the 1971 version of DODD 3025.12 (above), the directive states that, "it is DoD policy to cooperate with civilian law enforcement officials to the extent practical consistent with the needs of national security and military preparedness." In addition, "the Military Departments and Defense Agencies may provide training to Federal, State, and local civilian law enforcement officials." Apparently, military Judge Advocates (lawyers) have no problem with the 1878 Posse Comitatus Act, (18 U.S.C.1385) which states that: "Whoever, except in cases and under circumstances expressly authorized by the Constitution or Act of Congress, willfully uses any part of the Army or the Air Force as a posse comitatus or otherwise to execute the laws shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned not more than two years or both." Nor is there much concern shown for "the historic tradition of limiting direct military involvement in civilian law enforcement activities." For
    • even though the Act is cited within the directive as "the primary restriction on military participation in civilian law enforcement activities", it is rendered null and void in deference to "actions that are taken for the primary purpose of furthering a military or foreign affairs function." In fact, "under guidance established by the Secretaries of the Military Departments and the Directors of the Defense Agencies concerned, the planning and execution of compatible military training and operations may take into account the needs of civilian law enforcement officials for information when the collection of the information is an incidental aspect of training performed for a military purpose." (25) ARMY FIELD MANUAL United States Army Field Manual 19-15, Civil Disturbances, dated November 1985, is designed to provide hands-on "guidance for the commander and his staff in preparing for and providing assistance to civil authorities in civil disturbance control operations." The Army manual opens by noting that, "the DA Civil Disturbance Plan, known as Garden Plot, provides guidance to all DOD components in planning civil disturbance missions." Its' thirteen chapters cover, in depth, every aspect of military "tasks and techniques employed to control civil disturbances and neutralize special threats." Subjects include the nature of civil disturbances, participants ("the crowd"), federal intervention, information planning ("intelligence"), control force operations, crowd control operations, threat analysis ("criminal activists"), about which "law enforcement sources can provide useful information", riot control agents, extreme force options, apprehension, detention, and training. According to the Army manual, "civil disturbances in any form are prejudicial to public law and order." They "arise from acts of civil disobedience", and "occur most often when participants in mass acts of civil disobedience become antagonistic toward authority, and authorities must struggle to wrest the initiative from an unruly crowd." They are caused by "political grievances" and "urban economic conflicts", or maybe even by "agents of foreign nations", but mostly, "urban conflicts and community unrest arise from highly emotional social and economic issues." And in a statement that resonates with the "benign neglect" of some years ago, the manual points out that disturbances may arise because "economically deprived inner-city residents may perceive themselves treated unjustly or ignored by the people in power." Utilizing Garden Plot language, the manual states that "the president can employ armed federal troops to suppress insurrection, domestic violence, unlawful assemblies, and conspiracy if such acts deprive the people of their constitutional rights and a state s civil authorities cannot or will not provide adequate protection." Never mind the Congress or Constitution,
    • "federal intervention in civil disturbances begins with the issuance of a presidential proclamation to the citizens engaged in the disturbance." In other words, the President reads "the riot act" and "a control force" is sent in to "isolate the disturbance area." The goal is to "isolate the people creating the disturbance from those who have not yet become actively involved." According to FM 19-15, the Army can gather intelligence on civilians if their "activities can be linked directly to a distinct threat of a civil disturbance that may involve federal forces." This is especially important, given that "during civil disturbances many people engage in unlawful behavior." Therefore, "when at all possible, civil law enforcement agents are integrated with the military control force team making apprehensions", and "if police are not available, military personnel may search people incident to an apprehension." Useful measures for "isolating an area include barriers, patrols, pass and ID systems, and control of public utilities." Also, "imposing a curfew is a highly effective control measure in many civil disturbances." Army "saturation patrols", "integrated with civil police patrols", blanket the area, creating "the psychological impression of the control force being everywhere at once." The Army field manual points out that when "control forces" resort to "forceful measures" they can turn to a host of weaponry, including "the M234, which is a nondeadly force measure, to the machine gun, which is the most deadly force measure." The manual states that "machine guns, 7.62 millimeter and below, may accompany units on civil disturbance missions." In addition, the "control forces" can utilize the M234 launcher, which is "a riot control weapon" mounted on an M16 rifle which "fires a projectile that causes pain on impact." In addition, "the riot shotgun is an extremely versatile weapon. Its appearance and capability have a strong psychological effect on rioters." MARTIAL RULE The concept of martial rule, as distinct from martial law, is not written, and therefore is an eminently more workable arrangement for "law enforcement forces". That s because, as FM 19-15 points out, "martial rule is based on public necessity. Public necessity in this sense means public safety." According to the manual, U.S. state authorities "may take such action within their own jurisdictions." And yet, "whether or not martial rule has been proclaimed, commanders must weigh each proposed action against the threat to public order and safety. If the need for martial rule arises, the military commander at the scene must so inform the Army Chief of Staff and await instructions. If martial rule is imposed, the civilian population must be informed of the restrictions and rules of conduct that the military can enforce." Realizing the power of free speech,
    • the manual suggests that "during a civil disturbance, it may be advisable to prevent people from assembling. Civil law can make it unlawful for people to meet to plan an act of violence, rioting, or civil disturbance. Prohibitions on assembly may forbid gatherings at any place and time." And don t forget, "making hostile or inflammatory speeches advocating the overthrow of the lawful government and threats against public officials, if it endangered public safety, could violate such law." During civil disturbance operations, "authorities must be prepared to detain large numbers of people", forcing them into existing, though expanded "detention facilities." Cautioning that "if there are more detainees than civil detention facilities can handle, civil authorities may ask the control forces to set up and operate temporary facilities." Pending the approval of the Army Chief of Staff, the military can detain and jail citizens en masse. "The temporary facilities are set up on the nearest military installation or on suitable property under federal control." These "temporary facilities" are "supervised and controlled by MP officers and NCOs trained and experienced in Army correctional operations. Guards and support personnel under direct supervision and control of MP officers and NCOs need not be trained or experienced in Army correctional operations. But they must be specifically instructed and closely supervised in the proper use of force." According to the Army, the detention facilities are situated near to the "disturbance area", but far enough away "not to be endangered by riotous acts." Given the large numbers of potential detainees, the logistics (holding, searching, processing areas) of such an undertaking, new construction of such facilities "may be needed to provide the segregation for ensuring effective control and administration." It must be designed and "organized for a smooth flow of traffic", while a medical "treatment area" would be utilized as a "separate holding area for injured detainees." After a "detainee is logged in and searched", "a file is initiated", and a "case number" identifies the prisoner. In addition, "facility personnel also may use hospital ID tags. Using indelible ink, they write the case number and attach the tag to the detainees wrist. Different colors may be used to identify different offender classifications " Finally, if and when it should occur, "release procedures must be coordinated with civil authorities and appropriate legal counsel." If the "detainee" should produce a writ of habeas corpus issued by a state court, thereby demanding ones day in court, the Army will "respectfully reply that the prisoner is being held by authority of the United States." Training under FM 19-15/Garden Plot must be "continuous" and must "develop personnel who are able to perform distasteful and dangerous duties with discipline and objectivity." Dangerous to the local citizenry given that
    • "every member of the control force must be trained to use his weapon and special equipment (including) riot batons, riot control agent dispersers and CS grenades, grenade launchers, shotguns, sniper rifles, cameras, portable videotape recorders, portable public address systems, night illumination devices, firefighting apparatus, grappling hooks, ladders, ropes, bulldozers, Army aircraft, armored personnel carriers, and roadblock and barricade materials." Sounding a lot like recent Urban Warrior war-games, the manual makes note that although unit training must address "the sensitivity and high visibility of civil disturbance operations", the "unit training must be realistic." In this regard, "the unit commander should try to include local government officials in field training exercises. The officials can be either witnesses or participants. But care must be taken to prevent adverse psychological effects on the local populace, especially if tension is high."(26) Sources: New York Times, "Pentagon Misused Millions in Funds, House Panel Says", July 22, 1999, pg. A-1. See also, on the subject of "unacknowledged Special Access Programs" wherein "the USAF's $7.4 billion budget for classified procurement is more than a third of the service's total budget", Bill Sweetman, "In search of the Pentagon's billion dollar hidden budgets how the US keeps its R&D spending under wraps", International Defense Review, Jane's Defense Weekly, January 2000 www.janes.com/defence/editors/pentagon.html James W. Button, Black Violence, The Political Impact of the 1960 s Riots, Princeton University Press, 1078, pg. 116. Button, pg.121. Also, see, Cyrus R.Vance, Final Report of Cyrus R.Vance, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, Concerning the Detroit Riots, July 23 Through August 2, 1967. Michael Lipsky and David J. Olson, Commission Politics: The Processing of Racial Crisis in America, Transaction Books, 1971, pg. 161. The Executive Order is reprinted in US Riot Commission Report, Bantam Books, 1968, pgs. 534-535. Lipsky and Olson, pg. 163, citing pg. 198 of a transcription of Lyndon B. Johnson, "Statement by the President", July 29, 1967. Button, pg. 107. Lipsky and Olson, pg. 165. Anthony Downs, Opening Up the Suburbs: An Urban Strategy for America, Yale University Press, 1973, pg. 176. Downs, a leading "housing expert", believed that the key to effective urban based counter-insurgency was the notion of "spatial deconcentration", or the "adequate outmigration of the poor" from the cities. Downs wrote
    • Chapters 16 and 17 of the Kerner Report which deal with "housing". He is the leading exponent of "deliberate dispersal policies" designed to "disperse the urban poor more effectively". The origins of "homelessness" (state repression) lie here. Lipsky and Olson, pg. 168. Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, Washington, DC, March 1, 1968, pgs. 279-281. Ron Ridenhour and Arthur Lubow, "Bringing the War Home", New Times Magazine, 1975, pg. 20. Ridenhour and Lubow, pg. 20. Button, pg. 133. Ridenhour and Lubow, pg. 18. Donald Goldberg and Indy Badhwar, "Blueprint for Tyranny", Penthouse Magazine, August 1985, pg.72. Goldberg and Badhwar, pg.72. Joan M. Jensen, Army Surveillance in America, 1775-1980, Yale University Press, 1991, pgs. 257-258. This excellent historical account actually does what it says, tracing American "internal security measures" right back to the "founders". United States Air Force Civil Disturbance Plan 55-2, Garden Plot, Headquarters, United States Air Force, June 1, 1984. (roughly 200 pages, not paginated) T. Alden Williams, "The Army in Civil Disturbance: A Profound Dilemma?", pg. 161, in ed. Robin Higham, Bayonets in the Streets, University of Kansas Press, 1969. Federation of American Scientists, Military Analysis Network, "Garden Plot", Nov. 1998. US Air Force News Service, Kelly Air Force Base, Texas, "Air Force 50th Anniversary: April History", March 25, 1997, pg. 2. In fact, Garden Plot may have been operative prior and during the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. William F. Pepper, attorney for the late James Earl Ray, as well as the King family in their current attempts to get to the bottom of the murder, claims (Orders To Kill, Carroll and Graf Publishers, 1995, pg. 424) that the orders to kill King, which were delivered to special forces operatives in Memphis were tied to Garden Plot. Pepper states that the orders to kill King "appeared to come from the office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and were issued under the umbrella of the anti-black terrorist operation Garden Plot which was a part of the overall U.S. Command antiriot operation CINCSTRIKE which was
    • activated with the outbreak of any major riot." Department of Defense Directive 3025.12, Military Assistance for Civil Disturbances (MACDIS), February 4, 1994. Note: DoDD 3025.12 is one quarter of 4 correlated directives that deal with civil disturbance. The others include DoDD 3025.1, Military Support to Civil Authorities (Jan. 93), DoDD 3025.15, Military Assistance for Civil Authorities (Feb.97), and DoDD 3025.1-M, Manual for Civil Emergencies (June 94). Department of Defense Directive 5525.5, DoD Cooperation With Civilian Law Enforcement Officials, January 15, 1986. United States Army Field Manual 19-15, Civil Disturbances, Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, DC, November 25, 1985. ============================================================================ THIS MESSAGE POSTED APFN MESSAGE BOARD: http://www.InsideTheWeb.com/mbs.cgi/mb1075995 The due process clause of the Constitution, however, demands reasonable specificity in criminal prohibitions to enable a citizen to conform to the law. As the Supreme Court amplified in Connally vs. General Construction Co. (1926): "A statute which either forbids or requires the doing of an act in terms so vague that men and women of common intelligence must necessarily guess at its meaning and differ as to its application, violates the first essential of due process of law." http://www.washtimes.com/commentary/commentary-200081171719.htm Secret U.S Military Preparing for WAR?: News http://www.InsideTheWeb.com/mbs.cgi/mb1075995 Re: JFK Jr.: Videotape Reveals Foul Play http://www.InsideTheWeb.com/mbs.cgi/mb1075995 "The Law"! http://www.apfn.org/apfn/thelaw.htm ACTION America's most pressing problem is law rather than politics. http://www.InsideTheWeb.com/messageboard/mbs.cgi?acct=mb1075995&MyNum=965067 248&P=No&TL=965067248 CASE LAW:
    • "Silence can only be equated with fraud when there is a legal or moral duty to speak, or when an inquiry left unanswered would be intentionally misleading... We cannot condone this shocking conduct... If that is the case we hope our message is clear. This sort of deception will not be tolerated and if this is routine it should be corrected immediately" U.S. v. Tweel 550 F2d 297, 299-300. http://www.apfn.org/apfn/itsthelaw.htm Without Justice, there is JUST_US! AMERICAN PATRIOT FRIENDS NETWORK ".... a network of net-worker's...." http://www.apfn.org/ U.S. CONCENTRATION CAMPS FEMA AND THE REX 84 PROGRAM There over 600 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) should Martial Law need to be implemented in the United States. The Rex 84 Program was established on the reasoning that if a mass exodus of illegal aliens crossed the Mexican/US border, they would be quickly rounded up and detained in detention centers by FEMA. Rex 84 allowed many military bases to be closed down and to be turned into prisons.
    • Operation Cable Splicer and Garden Plot are the two sub programs which will be implemented once the Rex 84 program is initiated for its proper purpose. Garden Plot is the program to control the population. Cable Splicer is the program for an orderly takeover of the state and local governments by the federal government. FEMA is the executive arm of the coming police state and thus will head up all operations. The Presidential Executive Orders already listed on the Federal Register also are part of the legal framework for this operation. The camps all have railroad facilities as well as roads leading to and from the detention facilities. Many also have an airport nearby. The majority of the camps can house a population of 20,000 prisoners. Currently, the largest of these facilities is just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaskan facility is a massive mental health facility and can hold approximately 2 million people. A person named Terry Kings wrote an article on his discoveries of camps located in southern California. His findings are as follows: Over the last couple months several of us have investigated three soon-to-be prison camps in the Southern California area. We had heard about these sites and wanted to see them for ourselves. The first one we observed was in Palmdale, California. It is not operating as a prison at the moment but is masquerading as part of a water facility. Now why would there be a facility of this nature out in the middle of nowhere with absolutely no prisoners? The fences that run for miles around this large facility all point inward, and there are large mounds of dirt
    • and dry moat surrounding the central area so the inside area is not visible from the road. There are 3 large loading docks facing the entrance that can be observed from the road. What are these massive docks going to be loading? We observed white vans patrolling the area and one came out and greeted us with a friendly wave and followed us until we had driven safely beyond the area. What would have happened had we decided to enter the open gate or ask questions? This facility is across the street from the Palmdale Water Department. The area around the Water Department has fences pointing outward, to keep people out of this dangerous area so as not to drown. Yet, across the street, the fences all point inward. Why? To keep people in? What people? Who are going to be it’s occupants? There are also signs posted every 50 feet stating: State of California Trespassing Loitering Forbidden By Law Section 555 California Penal Code. The sign at the entrance says: Pearblossom Operations and Maintenance Subcenter Receiving Department, 34534 116th Street East. There is also a guard shack located at the entrance. We didn’t venture into this facility, but did circle around it to see if there was anything else visible from the road. We saw miles of fences with the top points all directed inward. There is a railroad track that runs next to the perimeter of this fenced area. The loading docks are large enough to hold railroad cars. I wonder what they are planning for this facility? They could easily fit 100,000 people in this area. And who would the occupants be? Another site is located in Brand Park in Glendale. There are newly constructed fences (all outfitted with new wiring that point inward). The fences surround a dry reservoir. There are also new buildings situated in the area. We questioned the idea that there were four armed military personnel walking the park. Since when does a public park need armed guards? A third site visited was in the San Fernando Valley, adjacent to the Water District. Again, the area around the actual Water District had fences logically pointing out (to keep people out of the dangerous area). And the rest of the adjacent area which went on for several miles was ringed with fences and barbed wire facing inward (to keep what or who in?) Also, interesting was the fact that the addition to the tops of the fences were fairly new as to not even contain any sign of rust on them. Within the grounds was a huge building that the guard said was a training range for policemen. There were newly constructed roads, new gray military looking buildings, and a landing strip. For what? Police cars were constantly patrolling the several mile perimeter of the area. From the parking lot of the Odyssey Restaurant a better view could be taken of the area that was hidden from site from the highway. There was an area that contained about 100 black boxes that looked like railroad cars. We had heard that loads of railroad cars have been manufactured in Oregon outfitted with shackles. Would these be of that nature? From our position it was hard to determine. In searching the Internet, I have discovered that there are about 600 of these prison sites around the country (and more literally popping up overnight do they work all night). They
    • are manned, but yet do not contain prisoners. Why do they need all these non-operating prisons? What are they waiting for? We continuously hear that our current prisons are overcrowded and they are releasing prisoners because of this situation. But what about all these facilities? What are they really for? Why are there armed guards yet no one to protect themselves against? And what is going to be the kick-off point to put these facilities into operation? What would bring about a situation that would call into effect the need for these new prison facilities? A man-made or natural catastrophe? An earthquake, panic due to Y2K, a massive poisoning, a panic of such dimensions to cause nationwide panic? Once a major disaster occurs (whether it is a real event or manufactured event does not matter) Martial Law is hurriedly put in place and we are all in the hands of the government agencies (FEMA) who thus portray themselves as our protectors. Yet what happens when we question those in authority and how they are taking away all of our freedoms? Will we be the ones detained in these camp sites? And who are they going to round up? Those with guns? Those who ask questions? Those that want to know what’s really going on? Does that include any of us? The seekers of truth? When first coming across this information I was in a state of total denial. How could this be? I believed our country was free, and always felt a sense of comfort in knowing that as long as we didn’t hurt others in observing our freedom we were left to ourselves. Ideally we treated everyone with respect and honored their uniqueness and hoped that others did likewise. It took an intensive year of searching into the hidden politics to discover that we are as free as we believe we are. If we are in denial, we don’t see the signs that are staring at us, but keep our minds turned off and busy with all the mundane affairs of daily life. We just don’t care enough to find out the real truth, and settle for the hand-fed stories that come our way over the major media sources television, radio, newspaper, and magazines. But it’s too late to turn back to the days of blindfolds and hiding our heads in the sand because the reality is becoming very clear. The time is fast approaching when we will be the ones asking "What happened to our freedom? To our free speech? To our right to protect ourselves and our family? To think as an individual? To express ourselves in whatever way we wish?" Once we challenge that freedom we find out how free we really are. How many are willing to take up that challenge? Very few indeed, otherwise we wouldn’t find ourselves in the situation that we are in at the present time. We wouldn’t have let things progress and get out of the hands of the public and into the hands of those that seek to keep us under their control no matter what it takes, and that includes the use of force and detainment for those that ask the wrong questions. Will asking questions be outlawed next? Several instances have recently been reported where those that were asking questions that came too near the untold truth (the cover up) were removed from the press conferences and from the public’s ear. Also, those that wanted to speak to the press were detained and either imprisoned, locked in a psychiatric hospital, slaughtered (through make-believe suicides) or discredited. Why are we all in denial over these possibilities? Didn’t we hear about prison camps in Germany, and even in the United States during World War II? Japanese individuals were
    • rounded up and placed in determent camps during the duration of the War. Where was their freedom? You don’t think it could happen to you? Obviously those rounded up and killed didn’t think it could happen to them either. How could decent people have witnessed such atrocities and still said nothing? Are we going to do the same here as they cart off one by one those individuals who are taking a stand for the rights of the citizens as they expose the truth happening behind the scenes? Are we all going to sit there and wonder what happened to this country of ours? Where did we go wrong? How could we let it happen? secret detention camp in U.S. -- many photos Reply Topic List < Prev Topic | Next Topic > < Prev Message | Next Message > The following comment comes from a military person in Canada. It is the most recent of a series of exchanges between himself and me regarding the "secret detention camp in U.S." post I sent out a few days ago. I don't know how representative his view is, but I would guess that it is fairly mainstream among military folks. Pretty scary, actually. How could he be so blind? He says, "I don't believe that there is anything out of the ordinary going on in the U'S. It's business as usual." At the bottom of this post is my reply to him today. By the way, I've created a "Concentration Camp" index page. If you have material that you think ought to be there, let me know so I can add it. http://www.greaterthings.com/News/Concentration_Camps Sterling ----- Original Message ----From: **** To: Sterling D. Allan Sent: Saturday, August 05, 2000 6:06 PM Subject: Re: secret detention camp in U.S. -- many photos No it's all joint exercises to establish friendly relations with other countries. We have had a german tank battalion stationed in Shilo ,Manitoba for the last 10 years, and Brits and german air forces at Goose- Bay labrador, we have exchange officers here at 443 helicopter sqrn alone from 3
    • differant countries. Canada does peace keeping in 33 differant countries around the world, but we have no intentions of invading anyone. I don't believe that there is anything out of the ordinary going on in the U'S. It's business as usual....eric ----- Original Message ----From: Sterling D. Allan To: **** Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 4:55 PM Subject: Re: secret detention camp in U.S. -- many photos Eric, Thanks for forwarding this response. I am not at all surprised at the response. It calls to mind similar conversations that were had among the Jews in Nazi Germany as things were on the verge of getting oppressive. People just wouldn't believe that something like that could happen. Yes, the militaries of the world have been engaging in joint exercises for some time now. It is part of the NWO conditioning for the world socialist government. People I know who have had visions of the calamities to come describe Chinese troops, among other nationalities in Utah. It is much easier for a person to "contain" people of another nation than people who are their next door neighbors. Sterling ----- Original Message ----From: **** To: Sterling D. Allan Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 6:13 PM Subject: Fw: secret detention camp in U.S. -- many photos ----- Original Message ----From: *** (same last name as ****) To: **** Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 3:37 AM
    • Subject: Re: secret detention camp in U.S. -- many photos How come I don't see ANY people in any of the pictures. Not in the watch towers, not in the guard shacks, nowhere. Anyway, what's strange in this day and age of having joint exercises with foreign troops. We do it all the time. It's one way of trying to proove that you are serious about maintaining peace. We send guys over to other countries for exchange visits. Heck, the Germans have a tank regiment stationed in Shilo Manitoba and have had for YEARS. The helicopter in the schoolyard couod have been there for a "dog and pony" display. In other words, there was a function going on that involved the local military, probably the reserves in the local community, and they brought in some of their hardware to give the kids an OOOH and AAAH. Big deal. some people will blow anything out of proportion. ----- Original Message ----From: **** To: *** (same last name as ****) Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 12:08 AM Subject: Fw: secret detention camp in U.S. -- many photos This guy in salt lake has sent this to me .He has a web site expossing stuff within the U'S. I have told him I don't believe it is anything.Have you heard anything about concentration camps being built within the U'S' and an over abundance of U'N troops within the country too ----- Original Message ----From: Sterling D. Allan <sterlingda@...> To: David's Outcasts e-group <davids_outcasts@egroups.com>; SDA Friends list <SDA_friends@...>; SDA Biggies newsletter <SDA_biggies@...> Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2000 8:10 PM Subject: secret detention camp in U.S. -- many photos > removal instructions at end > > Multiple photos: Razor wire, tents, gun tower, search lights, 10' wall, > guard shack, portable prison trucks. Empty of occupants (right now anyway). > > Approx 40-acres in Desoto National Forest of Mississippi. > > To view photos and descriptions go to > http://www.infowars.com/goodphotos.html
    • > > "There is massive military activity in and around the Desoto National Forest > of Mississippi. Local eye- witnesses tell of Red Dawn-like scenarios with > foreign military forces conducting roadblock checkpoints. These photos were > sent to Alex Jones by one of his radio listeners. This is obviously some > type of detention/training camp for American and Eastern block forces. This > story is developing - more details coming up." > > Reported on Alex Jones web site, author of video, "Police State 2000." > > linked from > http://www.greaterthings.com/News/ > > Sterling > > ====================== > > REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS: > Along with the subscribed recipients, I have hand selected several > recipients as Bcc (blind carbon copy). If you do not wish to receive > further posts from me, please respond to this message with "REMOVE" in the > subject line. If you are subscribed to one of the recipient newsletters, > then follow the removal instructions that are automatically added by the > subscription service at the end. > > If you would like to SUBSCRIBE to any of the services, visit > http://www.greaterthings.com/OpenForum/ > > If this is the end of the post, then you are not subscribed to any of the > above mentioned newsletters > > +++++++++++++++++++++ ===================== My response to Eric's most recent comment, first above -------------------------------------Eric, Oh my! It is hard for me to believe someone of your stature could be so
    • naive in this day. "I don't believe that there is anything out of the ordinary going on in the U'S. It's business as usual." Let me quote for you a prophecy that says basically what you just said. II Nephi 28: 18 But behold, that great and abominable church, the whore of all the earth, must tumble to the earth, and great must be the fall thereof. 19 For the kingdom of the devil must shake, and they which belong to it must needs be stirred up unto repentance, or the devil will grasp them with his everlasting chains, and they be stirred up to anger, and perish; 20 For behold, at that day shall he rage in the hearts of the children of men, and stir them up to anger against that which is good. 21 And others will he pacify, and lull them away into carnal security, that they will say: All is well in Zion; yea, Zion prospereth, all is well--and thus the devil cheateth their souls, and leadeth them away carefully down to hell. 22 And behold, others he flattereth away, and telleth them there is no hell; and he saith unto them: I am no devil, for there is none--and thus he whispereth in their ears, until he grasps them with his awful chains, from whence there is no deliverance. 23 Yea, they are grasped with death, and hell; and death, and hell, and the devil, and all that have been seized therewith must stand before the throne of God, and be judged according to their works, from whence they must go into the place prepared for them, even a lake of fire and brimstone, which is endless torment. 24 Therefore, wo be unto him that is at ease in Zion! 25 Wo be unto him that crieth: All is well! If you are not a Book of Mormon believer, here are a couple of Biblical references that say pretty much the same thing. Isaiah 28 (whole chapter); Isaiah 56: last few verses; Amos 6 If you think all is well, you are in for a very rude awakening. The only way you could possibly think all is well is if you think socialism is okay, because that is what the New World Order and the United Nations is
    • all about. And if you think Socialism is okay, then you are no friend of the Constitution and of freedom, because Socialism is Satan's kingdom being established on earth, which forces men to do that which they ought to do of their own free will and choice. If you are not a friend of the Constitution, then you are a hypocrite to be serving in the military and taking an oath to defend the Constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic. Wait, I forgot, you are in Canada's military. Same principle applies, though. That is why we have militias, that is why they are on edge, because people like you are a dime a dozen in the mainstream military. WAKE UP MY FRIEND. YOUR ON THE WRONG TEAM. Sincerely, Sterling D. Allan p.s. I am going to be forwarding this correspondence far and wide, minus your name and e-mail address. It is amazing evidence of the blindness that is out there. It is sickening. Sad. Scary. Don't Jump to Conclusions It very definitely looked like a potential concentration camp from the road. I n the Spring of 1999, having heard rumors of a site that appeared to be a potential concentration camp near Utah Lake, north of Genola, UT, my then fiancé (now wife) and I drove out there to check it out. It looks ominous indeed from the road.
    • We had to get closer, to check it out. We drove out behind the compound, taking a dirt road, and then an even less-traveled high-power line service road. Still, it looked ominous, and our imaginations were surging. To get even closer, we went right across the ground where no road exists, through the field, probably a 1/4-mile drive or more, coming up behind. As we got closer, we were puzzled, as we could begin to see that the super high fence (40 ft?), with posts pointing inward at the top, did not have a fourth side on the back end. We had to get out of the car and walk to get closer. As we got within a couple of hundred feet, we could see that it was a garbage dump. The high fences, with netting inbetween upright posts, ended up only having three sides, were to keep the garbage from blowing into the lake. It would be nice to have legitimate validations of all these claims of potential concentration camp sightings and not operate in an irresponsible panic mode. It only causes a loss of credibility. -- Sterling D. Allan The following photos were sent to me on Nov. 9, 2002 by someone who obviously still believes that this is poised to be a concentration camp.
    • See also Archive of site that listed the above location as a plausible concentration camp site. Archive of Springville, UT Newsletter - documents landfill Concentration Camps in America (INDEX) - Photos, testimonials, commentary regarding detention / concentration camps in America run by foreign troops -eventually to be filled with patriots who oppose the New World Order when martial law comes? Chip Implants in Humans Already Here and In Use (index) Index of Studies on 666 - the mark of the beast Greater Things News Service - prophetic prospective secret detention camp in U.S. -- many photos Reply Topic List < Prev Topic | Next Topic > < Prev Message | Next Message > A private sighting report ----- Original Message ----From: <UpTheirs@...> To: <sterlingda@...> Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2000 11:28 AM Subject: Re: Fw: secret detention camp in U.S. -- many photos Thanks for sending this and sticking your butt out! Nice to know that there are so many others out there. We have a facility approx. 100 miles to the east of me called " Christmas Valley". It is supposed to be an Air Force early warning system but closed down. When a friend and myself checked it out a few years back, a group of 5 vans with a lead car from Idaho passed us on a road near this closed installation. They were doing approx. 90 and we lost sight of them until we came across a just watered down dirt road leading into the facility. We could still see tire tracks going to a hill,
    • then nothing! We were followed by several light blue vehs until we left the area. Have been told it is an underground facility and holding area for folks. Bye! Ron Wheeler, Oregon Argentina Secret Detention Centers (1976-1983) Based on the information gathered by the National Commission on the Disappeared (CONADEP) Introduction About 340 secret detention centers [click for map] operated throughout Argentina between 1976 and 1983. They formed a separate and unofficial prison system that secretly functioned alongside the legal structure. The Armed Forces referred to them as 'Prisoner Assessment Centers'. They were intended to hold the thousands of people who disappeared in Argentina on the explicit orders of the military dictatorship. The policy was to eliminate political opposition; the means was an organized network of secret detention centers within which the government illegally detained, tortured and murdered 'disappeared' prisoners. The Dirty War, Argentina's ultimate solution to the problem of extreme-left terrorism, turned out to be a sinister, murderous campaign against ideas and beliefs. The military government filled its secret detention centers with dissidents, trade unionists, social reformers, human rights activists, nuns, priests, pacifists, psychologists, journalists, students, pupils, teachers, lawyers, actors, workers, housewives, spouses, parents, friends, neighbours - tens of thousands of people who allegedly threatened national stability by conspiring to undermine the ``Western Christian way of life.'' Secret Detention Centers Argentina (1976-1983) The following map shows the locations of 99 out of the about 340 secret detention centers that operated throughout Argentina during the Dirty War (1976-1983).
    • Secret Detention Centers Buenos Aires Province Buenos Aires City ESMA - The Navy Mechanics School Campo de Mayo El Campito Campo de Mayo Military Hospital El Olimpo Club Atlético Federal Security Headquarters Orletti Motors La Matanza District El Vesubio (La Ponderosa) El Banco Sheraton (The Funnel) San Justo Detective Squad Morón District Quinta Seré [aka: Mansión Seré]: See www.mansionsere.org.ar for extensive details (Spanish) 7th Air Squadron of Morón Police Station no. 3 Avellaneda District 2nd Detective Brigade, Lanús San Isidro District COT1 Martinez (Tactical Operations Center) Quilmes District Puesto Vasco Pozo de Quilmes (Malvinas Pickup Center) Lomas de Zamora District Pozo de Bánfield San Martin District 10th Ordnance Battalion 3 Febrero District Posadas Hospital GADA E 101 - Ciudadela Berazategui District (inaccurate location due to insufficient data) Los Plátanos Transmitting Station General Sarmiento District (inaccurate location due to insufficient data) Palomar Base, 1st Air Brigade La Casona Mar del Plata Mar del Plata Naval Base Mar del Plata Air Base (The Cueva) Police Station no. 4
    • Batán Police Post School of Marine NCOs Central Fire Station La Plata La Cacha No. 5 Police Station Infantry Security Guard Headquarters Arana La Plata Detective Squad (La Casita) Bahía Blanca Escuelita - Bahía Blanca 5th Army Corps Headquarters Testimony given to the CONADEP by Alicia Partnoy (a survivor of this detention center) [spanish]. Azul Azul Regional Branch of the Federal Police Olavarría Monte Pelone (Sierras Bayas) Tandil La Huerta Las Flores Las Flores Detective Squad San Nicolás San Nicolás Squad Trenque Lauquen Trenque Lauquen Police Station B.A. city (inaccurate location due to insufficient data) Casa del Cilindro Tucumán Province Tucumán Central Police Headquarters The Communications (Signals) Headquarters Physical Education School, University of Tucumán Fire Station Miguel de Azcuénaga Arsenal Company El Reformatorio El Motel Republica de Peru School Villa Urquize Prison Section E Famaillá Escuelita de Famaillá The Fronerita Tenements Nueva Baviera Mill Lules The Lules Mill Monteros
    • Monteros Police Station Bella Vista Bella Vista Sugar mill Mendoza Province Mendoza Mountain Communications Company Intelligence Department No. 2 (Mendoza Police) Mendoza Prison Police Hall (D2) General Espejo Military School 8th Mountain Infantry Brigade Las Heras El Chalecito Godoy Cruz Godoy Cruz Police Station No. 7 Guaymallén Guaymallén Police Station No. 25 (Motorized group) Campo de los Andes (inaccurate location due to insufficient data) El Refugio Santa Fe Province Santa Fe Detective Squad Headquarters Infantry Guard Headquarters Police Station No. 4 The UDA - Union of Argentine Teachers Rosario Rosario Light Arms Factory Domingo Matheo Military Light Arms Weapons Factory 121st Batallion Provincial Police Headquarters - Rosario Information Service Córdoba Province Córdoba La Perla / Universidad La Ribera Information Division of the Provincial Police (D2) Prison Unit No. 1 Malagueño La Perla Chica Carlos Paz San Roque Dam Water Authority Building El Embudo Misiones Province Posadas La Casita Provincial Police Information Service
    • Federal Police Headquarters Police Station No. 1 (inaccurate location due to insufficient data) 8th Police Squadron (Gandarmería) 'Alto Uruguay' Formosa Province Formosa The RIM (29th Rural Infantry Regiment) La Escuelita San Antonio Capilla de San Antonio Police Outpost Jujuy Province San Salvador de Jujuy Provincial Police Headquarters Guerrero Guerrero Neuquén Province Neuquén La Escuelita Neuquén Chaco Province Resistencia Resistencia Detective Squad Corrientes Province Goya Hípico Goya On this, the 60th anniversary of Adolph Hitler's declaration of war against the United States, which he was not bound by Germany's strictly defensive military treaty with Japan to declare, I bring you "the story behind the story" of how the Roosevelt Administration was able to persuade the Nazis to send back some of those Americans who were caught behind German lines on this day, six decades ago. This story is not in the textbooks, nor is it likely to be anytime soon. America's World War II Prison Camps
    • by Gary North Most Americans have never heard of the prisoner of war camps in the United States during World War II. Hans Sennholz, a Luftwaffe pilot and later a Misesian economist, worked on a prisoner-run farm in Arkansas after he had been shot down by British anti-aircraft fire in North Africa. They sent him from Britain through Canada to the West Coast and then to Arkansas. Most estimates that I have seen place the number of prisoners of war in the U.S. in the range of 50,000 to 70,000, but one reputable and detailed Website says it was 425,000. More than 150,000 men arrived after the surrender of Gen. Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps in April 1943, followed by an average of 20,000 new POWs a month. From the Normandy invasion in June 1944 through December 30,000 prisoners a month arrived; for the last few months of the war 60,000 were arriving each month. When the war was over, there were 425,000 enemy prisoners in 511 main and branch camps throughout the United States. This is a good example of history that never gets to the general public. This is a little-known and long-forgotten story, but it is not shocking. What follows is shocking. I begin with low-level shock. The Japanese Camps Most Americans know about the concentration camp system that the United States created for Japanese residents of the West Coast. There were 120,000 of these internees in a dozen camps, mostly in the mountain states, but with two camps in eastern Arkansas. A few Americans know that the FBI's J. Edgar Hoover had opposed these mass arrests. Fewer still know of the forced sale of everything these people owned at substantial discounts. They were only allowed to bring into the camps what they could carry in their arms in one trip. But until this year, only a handful of Japanese-Americans knew that in 1944, the U.S. government drafted the young men housed in these camps, and about 300 refused to be inducted. They said they were prisoners who were not being treated as citizens, which they were. So, some of them were put in jail for draft resistance, and the others became pariahs in the camps. The other Japanese internees regarded them as traitors. This story became public knowledge only this year, in law professor Eric Muller's book, Free to Die for Their Country
    • (University of Chicago Press, 2001). You can get chapter one on the Web. The Western Hemisphere Kidnap Camps The following story would be a great case study for Memory Hole 101 (second semester). I stumbled onto it about three years ago. It was on the Website of a local affiliate of NBC television. That Web page is long gone, but because of www.google.com, I was able to track down other pages in a few minutes. I used these search terms: Japanese, Germans, Peru, World War II, Texas, camps. Of course, had I not found that NBC affiliate site three years ago, I never would have known which search terms to use. I never would have known about this story. Prepare yourself for a shock. This is from the Handbook of Texas Website. Its title is "World War II Internment Camps." And what remarkable camps they were! You will find no reference to these camps in any textbook on U.S. history, I guarantee you. Although many Americans are aware of the World War II imprisonment of West Coast Japanese Americans in relocation centers, few know of the smaller internment camps operated by the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Under the authority of the Department of Justice, the INS directed about twenty such facilities. Texas had three of them, located at Seagoville, Kenedy, and Crystal City. Prisoners included Japanese Americans arrested by the FBI, members of Axis nationalities residing in Latin-American countries, and Axis sailors arrested in American ports after the attack on Pearl Harbor. About 3,000 Japanese, Germans, and Italians from Latin America were deported to the United States, and most of them were placed in the Texas internment camps. Twelve Latin-American countries gave the United States Department of State custody of the Axis nationals. Eighty percent of the prisoners were from Peru, and about 70 percent were Japanese. The official reasons for the deportations were to secure the Western Hemisphere from internal sabotage and to provide bartering pawns for exchange of American citizens captured by Japan. However, the Axis nationals were often deported arbitrarily as a result of racial prejudice and because they provided economic competition for the other Latin Americans, not because they were a security threat. Eventually, very few Japanese ever saw Latin America again, although some Germans and Italians were returned to their Latin American homes. The majority of Texas internment-camp prisoners were Axis nationals from Latin America. . . .
    • In addition, prisoners were taken to Crystal City from other INS internment camps in Hawaii and Alaska (not states at the time), the United States, Puerto Rico, the West Indies, and South and Central American countries. . . . As we shall see, there is some debate about the numbers of these victims of American-supervised international kidnapping. Was it 3,000, total? Or were there more? I think there were far more, for reasons that you will soon see. In any case, what you have read so far is a whitewashed version of the story. It gets worse — much, much worse. Add one word to the Google search list: "exchanged." Again, had I not found that NBC affiliate site, I would not have known to use this term. This brought me to a site run by the Freedom of Information Times. This revealing site specializes in World War II internment of German American civilians. Here, we read the grim reality regarding what other use these kidnapped Latin Americans had for the American government. I will bet that nothing that you have ever read mentioned this legacy of Roosevelt's New Deal. Facts: During the hearings before the U.S. Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, Edward J. Ennis, the Director of the Alien Enemy Control during World War II, on November 3, 1981 testified: Mr. Macbeth [a member of the Commission]: Did you have any experience with the internment of enemy aliens who were outside of the United States. Mr. Ennis: Oh yes, we had two programs...Now the other program was taking alien enemies from other countries in South America...If we couldn't get the [Latin American] countries to intern them we had to transmit them to the United States for internment...It was an aborted program, I don't think it accomplished anything. It had a security purpose to do in these countries [Latin America] what we were doing in the United States, about 5,000 German aliens were interned, and a few hundred German aliens in Cuba and in other countries in South America. But it didn't work very well. [Source: pp.157-159, Testimony of Edward J. Ennis before the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians on November 3, 1981, R.G.
    • 220. . . . The Latin Americans of German ancestry who [about 5,000] were brought to this country by the United States were incarcerated in several camps, most were in either of the following camps: Crystal City, Texas; Seagoville, Texas; Camp Kenedy, Texas; Fort Lincoln, Bismarck, North Dakota; and Ellis Island, New York Harbor, New York. Hundreds of the interned Latin Americans, many of whom were, by birthright, citizens of one of the republics, were exchanged for persons of the Americas held by the Third Reich, i.e., they were deported to Germany. Stephen Fox, "The Deportation of Latin American Germans, 1941-47: Fresh Legs for Mr. Monroe's Doctrine," Yearbook of GermanAmerican Studies 32 (1997): 117-42. Prior to the exchange, lists of internees in the U.S., including the names of German-Jews, were provided to the authorities of the Third Reich. The State Department citations herein are included in their entirety in Volume IV, The World War Two Experience of German-Americans of German-Americans in the World Wars, Edited by: Don Heinrich Tolzmann, K.G. Saur, Munich, 1995, pp. 1671-1674. Got that, folks? The U.S. government went to the trouble of identifying the kidnapped victims of Jewish German background, sent their names to Hitler's bureaucrats, knowing that these were "high priority items," and then shipped them off to Germany in exchange for Americans who had been inside the Third Reich when Hitler declared War on December 11. The only other explanation is that American bureaucrats deliberately identified the captive Jews in order that the Germans might be able to keep out those Germans whom they really didn't want. That's the "favorable interpretation." "My country tis of thee, sweet land of liberty," etc., etc. Franklin Roosevelt's Administration did many horrible things. This is just one more example. Most of these things were covered up then, and professional historians still do their best to cover them up today,
    • 56 years after FDR's death. For the New Deal-justifying liberals who write all of the American history textbooks, seeing just isn't believing. Facts like these are dropped down the memory hole, where they are thought to belong. Why don't Jews know about this neglected aspect of American history? Because they haven't been told. Why not? Because most academic Jews are political liberals, and their commitment to the Roosevelt Administration has been greater than their commitment to historical accuracy. So, politically conservative Jews don't know the story. Conclusion Anyone who points out this sort of thing is dismissed by the Establishment press and the Establishment academic community (guild) as a "conspiracy nut." I confess: guilty as charged. December 11 , 2001 To subscribe to Gary North's free e-mail letter, click here.
    • Congress of the United States March 24, 1997 "Enclosed is the information you requested pertaining to the Army's policy and guidance for establishing civilian inmate labor programs and civilian prison camps on Army installations. This information has not yet been published (it is currently at the printers), however, it has been funded, staffed, and does reflect current Army policy." -- Bill Hefner Member of Congress Army Regulation 210–35 Download .pdf file here: pdf/prison_camps.pdf Installations Civilian Inmate Labor Program Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 14 January 2005 UNCLASSIFIED
    • SUMMARY of CHANGE AR 210–35 Civilian Inmate Labor Program AR 210–35 Civilian Inmate Labor Program AR 210–35 Civilian Inmate Labor Program This rapid action revision dated 14 January 2005-o Assigns responsibilities to Headquarters, Installation Management Agency o Makes administrative and editorial changes (throughout). This new regulation dated 9 December 1997 o Provides Army policy and guidance for establishing civilian inmate labor
    • programs and civilian prison camps on Army installations. o Discusses sources of Federal and State civilian inmate labor. *Army Regulation 210–35 Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 14 January 2005 Effective 14 February 2005 Installations Civilian Inmate Labor Program
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    • Responsibilities • 1–4, page 1 Civilian inmate labor programs • 1–5, page 2 The process • 1–6, page 2 Chapter 2 Establishing Installation Civilian Inmate Labor Programs, page 4 Policy statement • 2–1, page 4 *This regulation supersedes AR 210–35, dated 9 December 1997. AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005 i UNCLASSIFIED
    • Contents—Continued Negotiating with corrections systems representatives • 2–2, page 4 Governing provisions • 2–3, page 4 Procedures for establishing installation civilian inmate labor programs • 2–4, page 7 Chapter 3 Establishing Civilian Inmate Prison Camps on Army Installations, page 8 Policy statement • 3–1, page 8 Negotiating with correctional systems representatives to establish prison camps • 3–2, page 8 Governing criteria civilian inmate prison camps • 3–3, page 8
    • Governing provisions for operating civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations • 3–4, page 9 Procedures for establishing a civilian inmate prison camp on Army installations • 3–5, page 9 Interservice, interagency, or interdepartmental support agreements • 3–6, page 10 Chapter 4 Reporting and Recordkeeping, page 10 Incident reports • 4–1, page 10 Media coverage • 4–2, page 10 Recordkeeping • 4–3, page 11 Appendixes A. References, page 12 B. Memorandum of Agreement Format, page 13
    • C. Sample Inmate Labor Plan, page 19 D. Management Control Evaluation Checklist, page 23 E. 18 USC 4125(A), and Executive Order 11755, page 23 Figure List Figure 1–1: Civilian Inmate Labor Program process, page 3 Figure B–1: Sample format for a memorandum of agreement, page 14 Figure B–1: Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued, page 15 Figure B–1: Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued, page 16 Figure B–1: Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued, page 17
    • Figure B–1: Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued, page 18 Figure B–1: Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued, page 19 Figure C–1: Sample Inmate Labor Plan—continued, page 20 Figure C–1: Sample Inmate Labor Plan—continued, page 21 Figure C–1: Sample Inmate Labor Plan—continued, page 22 Glossary Index ii AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Chapter 1 Introduction 1–1. Purpose This regulation provides Army policy and guidance for establishing civilian inmate labor programs and civilian prison camps on Army installations. Sources of civilian inmate labor are limited to on– and off–post Federal corrections facilities, State and/or local corrections facilities operating from on–post prison camps pursuant to leases under Section 2667, Title 10, United States Code (10 USC 2667), and off–post State corrections facilities participating in the demonstration project authorized under Section 1065, Public Law (PL) 103–337. Otherwise, State and/or local inmate labor from off–post corrections facilities is currently excluded from this program. 1–2. References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A.
    • 1–3. Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary. 1–4. Responsibilities a. The Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations and Environment) (ASA(I&E)) will— (1) Provide policy guidance and resolve policy issues. (2) Provide overall program direction. (3) Serve as approval authority for establishing civilian inmate labor programs and civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations. (4) Provide procedural guidance on real property acquisition, management, and disposal relating to establishing prison camps on Army installations. b. The Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller) (ASA(FM&C)) will—
    • (1) Provide reimbursement policy guidance on interservice, interagency, and/or interdepartmental support agree- ments between installations and corrections facilities to establish civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations. (2) Provide reimbursement policy for civilian inmate labor utilization, other than reimbursement for inmate labor itself. (3) Review all actions pertaining to the Civilian Inmate Labor Program for compliance with Army financial management guidance. c. The Chief of Public Affairs will— (1) Monitor media coverage on installation civilian inmate labor programs and civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations.
    • (2) Coordinate all proposed media coverage of potential national interest concerning the Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program and civilian inmate prison camps with the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (ACSIM) prior to release. d. The Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) (ASA(M&RA)) will— (1) Provide policy guidance on inmate labor utilization issues pertaining to existing in–house resources. (2) Provide policy guidance and procedures for apprising installation government employee labor unions of propos- als to use civilian inmate labor and, for existing installation civilian inmate labor programs, apprising these unions of changes in agreements with corrections facilities governing inmate use. e. The Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management will— (1) Execute the Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program. (2) Develop and implement policy and procedures for using civilian inmate labor and establishing civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations.
    • (3) Serve as the focal point for staff coordination on issues pertaining to the Civilian Inmate Labor Program and/or civilian inmate prison camps. (4) Conduct a program review in accordance with AR 11–2 once every 5 years. (5) Provide policy guidance on functions for which civilian inmate labor can be used. (6) Review reports of availability pertaining to granting the use of Army real property. (7) Immediately inform the Chief, Legislative Liaison of approval of civilian inmate labor programs and civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations to facilitate notification to interested members of Congress. f. The General Counsel and the Judge Advocate General will review all actions pertaining to the Civilian Inmate Labor Program and civilian inmate prison camps for compliance with applicable laws and regulations. g. The Chief of Engineers will, in those cases involving use of Army real property, handle all matters pertaining to
    • granting the use of Army real property. h. The Provost Marshal General will— 1 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • (1) Monitor reporting of serious incidents, that is, walkaways, escapes, riots, disturbances, and any criminal activity by civilian inmates occurring on the installation under AR 190–40. (2) Provide policy on law enforcement operations on Army installations. i. Heads of other Army Staff and Army Secretariat agencies will provide advice, as necessary, on aspects of the Civilian Inmate Labor Program within their functional areas of responsibility. j. The Director, Headquarters, Installation Management Agency (HQ, IMA) will— (1) Ensure that their installations participating in civilian inmate labor programs comply with 18 USC 4125(a) and other applicable laws governing civilian inmate labor, Executive Order (EO) 11755, and all provisions of this regulation.
    • (2) Review and endorse installation memoranda of agreement (MOA) and Inmate Labor Plans to establish civilian inmate labor programs and proposals to establish civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations, and forward such MOA, plans and proposals to Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) for approval. (3) Review and endorse installation requests for changes to Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program policy. (4) Annually review installation civilian inmate labor programs against the key management controls listed in appendix D. k. Installation commanders will— (1) Comply with 18 USC 4125(a) and other applicable laws governing civilian inmate labor, EO 11755, and all provisions of this regulation. (2) Submit the following through command channels to Headquarters, Installation Management Activity (SFIM–PL),
    • 2511 Jefferson Davis Highway, Taylor Building, Arlington, VA 22202–3926: (a) Memoranda of agreement and Inmate Labor Plans to establish civilian inmate labor programs. (b) Proposals to establish civilian inmate prison camps. (c) Written notification of termination of civilian inmate labor programs. (d) Revisions to existing memoranda of agreement requiring changes to Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program policy. (e) Requests for guidance on any Civilian Inmate Labor Program situation that is not addressed in this regulation. (3) Annually review their civilian inmate labor programs to determine if their programs continue to generate cost avoidance.
    • (4) Annually review their civilian inmate labor programs against the key management controls identified in appen- dix D. (5) Report all contacts with State or local corrections system on possible use of civilian inmate labor, facilities, land, or installation through command channels to Headquarters, Installation Management Activity (SFIM–PL), 2511 Jefferson Davis Highway, Taylor Building, Arlington, VA 22202–3926. 1–5. Civilian inmate labor programs a. Civilian inmate labor programs benefit both the Army and corrections systems by— (1) Providing a source of labor at no direct labor cost to Army installations to accomplish tasks that would not be possible otherwise due to the manning and funding constraints under which the Army operates.
    • (2) Providing meaningful work for inmates and, in some cases, additional space to alleviate overcrowding in nearby corrections facilities. (3) Making cost–effective use of buildings and land not otherwise being used. b. Except for the 3 exceptions listed in paragraph 2–1d below, installation civilian inmate labor programs may use civilian inmate labor only from Federal corrections facilities located either off or on the installation. c. Keys to operating an effective civilian inmate labor program on Army installations include— (1) Establishing a comprehensive lease agreement, interservice, interagency, and/or interdepartmental support agree- ment (ISA), and/or memoranda of agreement with the corrections facility. (2) Developing a cooperative working relationship between installation personnel and corrections facility personnel. (3) Working closely with installation government employee labor unions to ensure union leaders understand the
    • program and have current information on program status. (4) Training all installation personnel involved in the operation or administration of the program frequently. (5) Developing a public affairs plan informing the installation and the surrounding local community of the program and work projects assigned to civilian inmate labor. 1–6. The process Figure 1–1 diagrams the Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program process. The flowchart reads top down and left to right, starting with the decision to establish both a prison camp and an inmate labor program (the diamond–shaped box in the upper left corner of the diagram labeled “prison camp inmate labor?”). The diamond–shaped boxes are decision nodes; the rectangular boxes are steps in the process to establish a civilian inmate labor program, establish a civilian inmate 2
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    • prison camp on post, or do both. Follow the arrows through the flowchart. Chapters 2 and 3 address procedures for establishing a civilian inmate labor program and/or on–post civilian inmate prison camp. Figure 1–1. Civilian Inmate Labor Program process 3 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Chapter 2 Establishing Installation Civilian Inmate Labor Programs 2–1. Policy statement a. With a few exceptions, the Army’s Civilian Inmate Labor Program is currently limited to using inmates from facilities under the control of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP). Section 4125(a), Title 18, United States Code allows the Attorney General to make available to other Federal agencies the services of Federal inmates and defines the types of services inmates can perform. The FBOP provides civilian inmate labor free of charge to the Army. b. The Army is not interested in, nor can afford, any relationship with a corrections facility if that relationship stipulates payment for civilian inmate labor. Installation civilian inmate labor program operating costs must not exceed the cost avoidance generated from using inmate labor (see para 4–3 for a discussion of cost avoidance).
    • c. Guidelines in this regulation for establishing installation civilian inmate labor programs pertain to negotiating with Federal corrections facilities only. Currently, there is no overarching law that addresses establishing State and/or local civilian inmate labor programs on Department of Defense (DOD) military facilities when these programs use inmates from off–post corrections facilities. d. However, there are 3 exceptions to using State or local civilian inmate labor from off–post corrections facilities— (1) Section 1065, PL 103–337, allows the Army to conduct a demonstration project. This demonstration project tests the feasibility of providing prerelease employment training to nonviolent offenders in a State corrections facility. The demonstration project is limited to 3 Army installations. The 3 Army installations participating in the demonstration project may use inmates from an off–post State corrections facility. (2) Army National Guard units leasing facilities from the Army or occupying State–owned land or facilities may use
    • inmates from an off–post State and/or local corrections facility. (3) The prohibition against use of State and/or local civilian inmate labor from off–post corrections facilities does not apply to Civil Works projects where the Army has statutory authority to accept voluntary contributions in the form of services from State or local governments. If contributed, inmate services are combined with materials or services paid for with Federally appropriated funds; the use of civilian inmate labor must also comply with the provisions of EO 11755. The use of civilian inmate labor under these exceptions must still comply with the requirements of this regulation. e. Installation commanders must address, in memoranda of agreement with the corrections facilities, all items in the governing provisions (para 2–3 below). f. Section 4125(a), Title 18, United States Code and EO 11755 are incorporated into this regulation at appendix E. 2–2. Negotiating with corrections systems representatives
    • Installation commanders may initiate discussions with FBOP representatives concerning use of civilian inmate labor on Army installations, subject to the governing provisions listed in paragraph 2–3. Installation commanders are not authorized to negotiate with representatives of State or local corrections systems or governmental agencies regarding civilian inmate labor from off–post corrections facilities (see para 3–2). 2–3. Governing provisions The following provisions govern the Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program and must be reflected in agreements with corrections facilities concerning the use of civilian inmate labor on Army installations: a. No use of land or facilities. No use of land or facilities on installations is involved in executing civilian inmate labor programs, except for designated work, latrine, eating, and vending areas. (1) Installation commanders will establish areas where inmates are prohibited from entering, and any other restric-
    • tions that are deemed necessary. These areas will be outlined in the memoranda of agreement between the installation and the corrections facility. The intent is to preclude fraternization between inmates and civilians, military personnel and/or, family members and to ensure their safety at all times. Army policy on prohibited areas is to restrict inmates to the on–post civilian inmate prison camp (where applicable), work areas, latrines, and vending machine areas. (2) Inmates will not enter or work in or near family housing areas at any time. (3) Inmates will not work in day care centers, youth services and/or school–age service centers, schools, recreation centers, and/or libraries, or similar facilities, except when these facilities are closed to the public, or when the likelihood of inmate contact with the general military community or family members is remote. (4) Inmates will not work in areas where medical supplies (drugs, syringes, and so forth) are stored unless the medical supplies are secured and the inmates are under constant view by Army personnel. (5) Inmates will not work in areas where firearms and/or ammunition are sold or stored, nor in areas where
    • alcoholic beverages are sold, stored, or served. b. Nominal costs. The program must be without direct labor cost (for inmate labor itself) or expense to the 4 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Department of the Army except for nominal costs for equipment, materials, and supplies used in inmate labor details, program administration, telephone calls to corrections facilities, lunch time meals, transporting inmates to and from corrections facilities, and other similar costs addressed in paragraph 4–3, below. Inmates participating in the program will not be recompensed from Department of Army appropriated or nonappropriated funds. (1) Inmates are not Department of the Army employees and are not regarded as such. Inmates must not be referred to as employees. They will not be paid from Department of the Army funds, nor receive any personal or private gratuity for work accomplished or services rendered. Interservice, interagency, or interdepartmental support agreements and/or memoranda of agreement with the corrections facility must not create any appearance of employment of inmates. (2) Installation commanders have authority to determine and absorb nominal costs associated with their civilian
    • inmate labor programs. Nominal costs are minor costs incidental to civilian inmate labor program operations. Nominal costs may be costs for equipment, materials, and supplies used in inmate labor details, program administration, telephone calls to corrections facilities, lunch time meals, transporting inmates to and from corrections facilities, and other similar costs addressed in paragraph 4–3, below. Installations may absorb nominal costs associated with their program on a nonreimbursable basis. However, installation commanders will not reimburse the corrections facility for inmate labor, either as payment of funds or establishing credits in memoranda of agreement or ISAs as payment for inmate labor. (3) Inmates are not allowed to operate Army vehicles or equipment unless they possess the necessary valid operator’s licenses, have been given proper training in vehicle operation and safety by Army personnel in accordance with AR 600–55, and are authorized to operate the vehicle or equipment by both the installation and the corrections facility. (4) Operation of Army vehicles by inmates is permitted only when absolutely necessary for completion of work.
    • Inmates will not be permitted to operate vehicles unless in a secured area or under direct observation of installation or corrections facility personnel. Training to operate Army unique vehicles and/or equipment should be provided by the Army. (5) No personal vehicles will be used to transport inmates to and/or from corrections facilities, or to and/or from work sites. (6) Enforcement of inventory, control, issuance, and return of hand tools and equipment provided for inmate labor details must be controlled by installation plans and/or standing procedures. c. Services provided to installations. Services provided to the installation must be in accordance with 18 USC 4125(a). Such services are constructing or repairing roads; clearing, maintaining, or reforesting public land; building levees; or constructing or repairing any other public way or works financed wholly or in major part by funds a
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    • g , landscaping, painting, carpentry, trash pickup, transporting debris to and from recycling centers, and other similar activities. No other services are allowed by law. d. Work performed. Work performed by inmates will not interfere nor conflict with approved projects for which resources have been allocated and funds made available for performance by contract or Army civilian labor force, or with work which can be accomplished within authorized personnel ceilings. The Civilian Inmate Labor Program was created to provide installation commanders with an alternate labor source to perform valid requirements. Civilian inmate labor does not compete with existing in–house or contractor resources. e. Participants. Only inmates classified as minimum level security will participate in the Civilian Inmate Labor
    • Program. Minimum level security inmates do not need constant guard. Corrections facilities will be responsible for ensuring that only minimum level security inmates participate in the inmate labor program and for selecting inmate participants. (1) Memoranda of agreement with the corrections facility will state that the installation commander will direct the removal of any inmate deemed undesirable or detrimental in any way to the mission, soldiers, family members, or civilian employees of the installation. (2) Under no circumstances will the following types of inmates be permitted in the Civilian Inmate Labor Program: (a) A person in whom there is a significant public interest as determined by the corrections facility superintendent in coordination with the installation commander. (b) A person who has been a significant management problem in their current corrections facility or in another
    • facility. (c) A principal organized crime figure. (d) An inmate convicted of a sex offense or whose criminal history includes such conduct. (e) An inmate convicted of a violent crime or whose criminal history includes such conduct. (f) An inmate convicted of the sale or intent to distribute illegal drugs who held a leadership position in any drug conspiracy, or has been involved with drugs within the last 3 years while in prison. (g) An escape risk. (h) An inmate who poses a threat to the general public as determined by the corrections facility superintendent in coordination with the installation commander.
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    • (i) An inmate declared or found insane or mentally incompetent by a court, administrative proceeding, or physician, or under treatment for a mental disease or disorder. (j) An inmate convicted of arson. (k) A Federal inmate convicted while on active duty, presently serving a sentence for that conviction. f. Army personnel. Department of the Army personnel will not be involved with custodial aspects of inmate labor details. (a) The Warden and/or Administrator of the local corrections facility is charged with the responsibility and accountability for the control and custody of inmates on labor details at all times. Any use of Army military or civilian
    • personnel to guard, control, discipline, or otherwise exercise custodial supervision is prohibited. (b) Army military or civilian personnel may oversee the work to be performed by inmates or inmate labor details. Oversight is defined as telling inmates what they must do by specifying work to be accomplished. This oversight includes training inmates in performing assigned work, using special equipment, and safety precautions. Oversight also includes showing inmates the location of the work site and performing quality assurance inspections of inmate work to determine if the work performed meets quality, quantity, and timeliness specifications. Oversight may also include requiring inmates to sign time cards at intervals established by the Warden and/or Administrator of the local corrections facility. If an inmate cannot be located to sign a time card or is otherwise found missing from an assigned work area, Army personnel will immediately notify the local corrections facility point of contact staff supervisor and the installation military police. g. Property damage. Generally, any interference with or damage to property under control of the Department of the Army, incident to the execution of inmate labor details, will be promptly corrected by the corrections facility as
    • directed by the installation commander. However, the installation commander has the prerogative to decide first to thoroughly investigate the incident prior to directing the corrections facility to correct the situation; if the installation commander opts to first investigate the incident, both Army and corrections facility personnel will participate in the investigation. If it is determined that the damage or interference resulting in a loss was caused by an inmate or corrections personnel, both the installation commander and the corrections facility superintendent will be briefed on the findings, and the installation commander may— (1) Request the corrections facility to promptly correct the situation. (2) Direct that the inmate and/or corrections personnel be removed from the installation. (3) Direct that the program with the corrections facility be discontinued. (4) Decide on any combination of these options. This does not include damages, breakage, or breakdowns occurring to equipment or other property due to normal use, or poor and/or unsafe operational condition. (a) All memoranda of agreement with the corrections facility must contain a clause addressing how property damage and/or interference will be redressed. An example of this clause is included at appendix B, paragraph 5e. The
    • aforementioned clause has been used successfully in memoranda of agreement with the FBOP. It is offered as suggested terminology. There is no specific requirement that the corrections facility be held automatically responsible for any loss or damage; this should be resolved on a case by case basis by the installation commander. (b) Investigations may be conducted through AR 15–6 procedures or a report of survey. h. Operation. The Civilian Inmate Labor Program will operate in such a manner that it will not interfere with the operation and/or mission of the installation as determined by the installation commander. i. Safety. Inmate accident compensation procedures set forth at Section 301, Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations (28 CFR 301) apply to all work performed by FBOP inmates. However, installation commanders should check with their legal advisor to determine potential liability for injuries, accidents, or deaths caused by FBOP inmates or corrections facility personnel.
    • (1) Corrections facilities have their own safety program and will generally provide safety training to all civilian inmates participating in the inmate labor program. Installations may provide safety equipment; for example, shoes, goggles, hard hats, and so forth or negotiate this with the corrections facility. Installations providing this equipment will ensure that the equipment is in safe and serviceable condition. (2) Installation personnel will provide safety training to inmates and inmate labor details and corrections facility personnel specific to the type of work being performed. Such safety training will also cover accident and/or hazardous working conditions reporting. Installations should provide any required special protective equipment, materials, tools, and supplies in safe and serviceable condition. (3) Inmate training must include safety instruction as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in 29 CFR 1910 which establishes specific training requirements and places the responsibility for such safety training on the employer (the corrections facility). Inmates will report for work details with this OSHA required
    • training already completed. (4) Inmates will not be assigned work which is inherently dangerous, or of high risk; for example, hazardous materials cleanup, firefighting, and so forth. j. Emergency medical care. The Army will provide emergency medical care and first aid. In the event of an on–post life threatening situation, the local military hospital will respond with emergency medical service, or the installation will provide transportation to the nearest available hospital. The corrections facility will be promptly notified of such 6 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • medical emergencies and/or serious illnesses. The corrections facility will reimburse the Army for all emergency care costs incurred on behalf of the civilian inmates and/or corrections facility personnel. The corrections facility will provide routine medical care for civilian inmates. k. Security. The corrections facility retains control and custody of the civilian inmates at all times. In addition to defining areas off limits to inmates, installations should consult with and incorporate corrections facility security requirements into their memoranda of agreement. For example, the FBOP does not allow inmates to have access to or use installation phone lines, fax machines, computers and/or computer systems, nor to accept a gratuity of any kind at any time. Also, inmates will not be used in areas where classified information, personnel records, medical records, or other confidential or sensitive data is discussed or is in plain view. Inmates working in areas where such information is locked or secured will be under constant view by Army personnel. l. Training of Army personnel. The corrections facility will provide training and indoctrination to all Army personnel
    • who will oversee inmate work. Training will cover inmate discipline, staff conduct, inmate accountability, and corrections facility safety program. This training is mandatory. This training will be provided at no cost to the Army and at least on an annual basis. m. Public affairs. Installations will develop a public affairs plan that informs the installation and the surrounding local community of the program and work projects assigned to civilian inmate labor. This will largely mitigate potential negative repercussions from using and having inmates present on the installation. Press releases involving inmates will be issued only by the corrections facility, in coordination with the installation public affairs office, as corrections facility officials are responsible for protecting the privacy and other rights of inmates. Press releases regarding the civilian inmate labor program should be coordinated with the corrections facility superintendent. One copy of the press release will be routed through command channels to HQDA, Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management, Plans and Operations Division (DAIMMD), and HQDA, Office of the Chief of Public Affairs, Public Communications Division (SAPAPCD). Press releases do not require HQDA approval prior to release.
    • (1) Media representatives should not be allowed to interview inmates nor take photographs of inmates without the corrections facility’s and installation public affairs office specific approval. (2) Requests for interviews or photographs of inmates should be referred to the corrections facility superintendent and the installation public affairs office. 2–4. Procedures for establishing installation civilian inmate labor programs Procedures for establishing installation civilian inmate labor programs apply to both off–post corrections facilities and on–post civilian inmate prison camps. a. Upon finalizing negotiations with the corrections facility, the installation commander and corrections facility superintendent will prepare a proposed memorandum of agreement, using the format at appendix B, covering all aspects of the Civilian Inmate Labor Program under consideration. This agreement will include, but is not limited to,
    • the governing provisions in paragraph 2–3, above. In addition, the memoranda of agreement must include provisions for reporting serious incidents and negative media coverage, addressed in paragraphs 4–1 and 4–2, and the projected cost avoidance from using civilian inmates addressed in paragraph 4–3, below. b. Installations will prepare an Inmate Labor Plan governing administration and operation of the inmate labor program on the installation. This plan will include, but is not limited to, procedures for assigning inmate labor details, oversight and/or monitoring responsibilities, procedures for requesting inmate labor details, training of personnel involved with the program, required security and/or safety measures, environmental considerations, and any installation reporting requirements. Inmate Labor Plan format is determined locally. c. Memoranda of agreement and/or Inmate Labor Plans will be reviewed as needed by the installation commander and corrections facility superintendent to incorporate changes in Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program policy and other factors affecting the terms and conditions of these documents.
    • d. The installation Staff Judge Advocate (SJA) will review the memoranda of agreement and Inmate Labor Plan for legal sufficiency and to ensure that inmates will not be performing functions contrary to law. Other installation functional proponents will review the memoranda of agreement and Inmate Labor Plan from a functional perspective. e. Installation civilian personnel offices will inform installation Government employee labor unions of proposals to use civilian inmates and comply with any bargaining obligation under 5 USC 7101 et. seq. (Federal Labor Management Relations Statute). f. Requests to establish civilian inmate labor programs will be submitted through command channels to Headquar- ters, Installation Management Activity (SFIM–PL), 2511 Jefferson Davis Highway, Taylor Building, Arlington, VA 22202–3926. Requests must include HQ, IMA endorsement and copies of the proposed memoranda of agreement and Inmate Labor Plan. The HQ, IMA endorsement includes an SJA review of the memoranda of agreement and Inmate Labor Plan for legal sufficiency. Other HQ, IMA functional proponents will review the memoranda of agreement and
    • Inmate Labor Plan from a functional perspective. g. Installations will not implement civilian inmate labor programs, nor incorporate revisions to existing memoranda of agreement and/or Inmate Labor Plans requiring changes to Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program policy without 7 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • HQDA approval. Appendix B contains the format for installation memoranda of agreement; appendix C contains a sample Inmate Labor Plan. Chapter 3 Establishing Civilian Inmate Prison Camps on Army Installations 3–1. Policy statement It is not Army policy to solicit offers from correctional systems to establish civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations. Nevertheless, the Army recognizes that these correctional systems may approach installations to lease land on which to build corrections facilities, or to lease unoccupied facilities. The Army will evaluate requests to establish civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations on a case by case basis. These prison camps will house minimum and low security inmates, as determined by the correctional systems. However, the Army’s primary purpose for allowing establishment of prison camps on Army installations is to use the resident nonviolent civilian inmate labor pool to work on the leased portions of the installation.
    • 3–2. Negotiating with correctional systems representatives to establish prison camps Installation commanders will not initiate formal discussions with correctional systems representatives to establish civilian inmate prison camps on their installations. Installation commanders are not authorized to negotiate with these representatives without first obtaining HQDA approval to proceed. Once approval is granted, installation commanders may enter into negotiations, subject to the provisions of this chapter. a. Establishing civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations is separate from establishing civilian inmate labor programs, as discussed in chapter 2 above. Establishing civilian inmate prison camps does not automatically institute a civilian inmate labor program. Procedures for establishing civilian inmate labor programs, incident to establishing civilian inmate prison camps, still apply. b. As noted in paragraph 2–1, above, civilian inmate labor programs are limited to use of inmates under the control
    • of the FBOP. Accordingly, establishment of a State civilian inmate prison camp under a lease pursuant to 10 USC 2667 does not permit the creation of a civilian inmate labor program. c. Section 1342, Title 31, United States Code precludes the United States Government from accepting voluntary services unless specifically allowed by statute. The Army has determined that accepting inmate labor with no associated cost for inmate labor is equivalent to accepting voluntary services from corrections facilities. This precludes using State and local civilian inmates from off–post corrections facilities. However, inmate labor programs using State and local civilian inmates from on–post prison camps is allowed. Section 2667, Title 10, United States Code governing leases of DOD property allows acceptance of inmate labor as payment in kind for real property leased to correctional systems for use as prison camps in an amount equivalent to the fair market value of the lease interest; however, such labor is limited to maintenance, protection, repair, improvement, and restoration activities on the leased facilities. 3–3. Governing criteria civilian inmate prison camps The following criteria apply to establishing civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations:
    • a. Since the correctional system has full responsibility and authority over the use and occupation of the civilian inmate prison camp, all claims for property damage or personal injury arising therein are the responsibility of the correctional system, not the Army. b. The installation commander and HQ, IMA must assess the impacts that the prison and prison population will have on the installation, military mission, and installation population. At a minimum, the installation commander must consider mission security, possible impacts on military families living on–post, and community concerns. c. Prison facility sites should be separated from the general installation population to the maximum extent possible. At a minimum, prison facilities should not be located in close proximity to family housing, dormitories, or community support facilities.
    • d. Prison facilities should not be located in close proximity to critical mission areas where surveillance of activities could become a source of intelligence data. e. Location of prison facilities should be in keeping with the requirements and objectives of installation comprehen- sive planning concepts and environmental considerations at the individual installation. f. Civilian inmate prison camps will not be collocated with military confinement facilities. g. Using installation facilities is acceptable when buildings are scheduled for demolition, or are not needed for current or programmed mission requirements and can be rehabilitated. h. The correctional system will provide the primary source of funding for establishing, operating, and maintaining prison facilities.
    • i. Support and services provided between the Army installation and a Federal civilian inmate prison camp will be delineated in a formal ISA in accordance with Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 4000.19. There should be no 8 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • need for any reimbursement policy where State corrections facilities are concerned because the cost of doing business with a State corrections facility should be factored into the lease agreement. j. Correctional systems’ use of Army real property will be in accordance with AR 405–80. k. AR 42041 establishes policy, responsibility, and procedures for acquisition and sale of utility services. A separate contract form is required for use in the sale of utilities and related services. 3–4. Governing provisions for operating civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations Civilian inmate prison camps on Army installations are subject to the following provisions: a. No weapons other than those authorized for the security of the civilian inmate prison camp and public protection
    • will be permitted on prison camp premises. Storage, possession, control, and use of such weapons will be in accordance with corrections facility policy and procedures. b. No alcohol or controlled substances other than those under the control and supervision of the corrections facility medical personnel will be permitted on civilian inmate prison camp premises. Storage, possession, control, dispensing, and use of such drugs will be in accordance with corrections facility policy and procedures. c. The corrections facility must have a comprehensive written security plan; a contingency plan for handling walkaways, escapes, riots, serious incidents, job actions or strikes, and any other disruption; and a plan designed to ensure that adequate medical, sanitation, recreational, and other humanitarian services are provided for the inmates housed at the civilian inmate prison camp. These plans will be made available to the installation commander. d. Army personnel will not be involved in quelling or suppressing riots, disorders, and similar incidents within
    • civilian inmate prison camp premises. Military police may not respond to or investigate incidents which occur within the civilian inmate prison camp and involve inmates or correctional facilities personnel, unless the installation commander determines that such action is reasonably necessary to protect personnel, equipment, or facilities under his or her control. They may gather information to fulfill AR 190–40 reporting requirements. Military police may take immediate action to save life or property or protect a Federal function. They may detain and restrain walkaways, escapees, and persons who commit a felony or breach of peace in their presence. However, inmates detained by military police will be turned over to civilian authorities as soon as possible. Military police will continue to perform military law enforcement duties to maintain good order and discipline on the installation, such as patrolling and criminal investigation of incidents occurring outside the prison camp, even if these activities indirectly enhance the camp’s security. e. Civilian inmate prison camp personnel must request approval from the installation commander before using riot control agents or deadly force to quell prison riots, disorders, or other incidents. f. Army personnel will not be involved in any manner with civilian inmate prison camp operations, except as
    • otherwise specified in paragraph 3–4d, above. 3–5. Procedures for establishing a civilian inmate prison camp on Army installations The following procedures apply to establishing a civilian inmate prison camp on Army installations. These procedures are separate from those procedures discussed in chapter 2 above for establishing a civilian inmate labor program. Installations desiring to both establish a civilian inmate prison camp and an inmate labor program must follow the procedures outlined in chapters 2 and 3 of this regulation. Establishment of a civilian inmate prison camp does not automatically establish a civilian inmate labor program. Separate documents must be executed for each action, as outlined below. However, as noted in paragraph 2–1, above, civilian inmate labor programs are limited to use of inmates under the control of the FBOP. Establishment of a State civilian inmate prison camp under a lease pursuant to 10 USC 2667 does not permit the creation of a civilian inmate labor program. a. Installations will submit a proposal to establish a civilian inmate prison camp through command channels to
    • HQDA, Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management, Plans and Operations Division (DAIM–MD), 600 Army Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310–0600. The proposal must be signed by the installation commander, be endorsed by the chain of command at all levels, and address the following areas: (1) Proposed civilian inmate prison campsite, intended use for existing buildings, planned renovations, or new construction. Include a site drawing of the planned area. (2) Proposed number of inmates to be housed and security level of inmates. (3) Proposed number of inmates to be used in work details, if applicable. (4) Economic analysis of the cost and/or benefits of establishing a civilian inmate prison camp. The analysis must include all the costs of providing all utility needs, such as water supply, wastewater treatment, stormwater, solid waste management, electricity, and central steam or hot water. The analysis must also describe the planned method of reimbursing the Army for these costs and how a transfer of funds from the corrections facility to the Army will be effected.
    • (5) Synopsis of the correctional system’s request to establish a civilian inmate prison camp. (6) Compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act, the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, and any successor legislation. 9 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • (7) Local community reaction, including family member reaction to establishing a civilian inmate prison camp on the installation. (8) Summary of the benefits the Army will derive from establishing a civilian inmate prison camp. Address the services the Army will provide the prison camp and the services the prison camp will provide the Army in return. However, keep in mind that for State civilian inmate prison camps established pursuant to a lease under 10 USC 2667, the services that the prison camp may provide to the Army are limited to maintenance, protection, restoration, repair, and improvement of the leased facilities. (9) Risk assessment regarding the facilities proposed for outgranting. Address the viability of establishing a civilian inmate prison camp.
    • (10) Correctional system security plan for the civilian inmate prison camp. (11) Proposed length of time of agreements (ISAs and lease and/or permit). (12) Report of availability of real property and/or facilities proposed for outgranting. b. Upon receiving HQDA approval, installations may request the Corps of Engineers district office to proceed with preparing the appropriate outgrant document with the correctional system for the right to use Army real property and facilities, and, for Federal civilian inmate prison camps, prepare a permit and an ISA delineating the services to be rendered by the civilian inmate prison camp and the support required from the installation. One copy of the outgrant document and the ISA, where applicable, will be forwarded through command channels to HQ, IMA (SFIM–PL). c. For Federal civilian inmate prison camps, the outgrant document will reference the ISA governing services the installation will provide the prison camp, and the services the prison camp will provide the installation, if applicable, under the memoranda of agreement establishing an installation civilian inmate labor program. The outgrant document by itself does not establish a civilian inmate labor program. A separate memoranda of agreement with the corrections
    • facility is still required. All outgrants of Army real property will be prepared in accordance with AR 405–80. d. Installations intending to establish a civilian inmate labor program using inmates to be housed in the on–post prison camp will follow the procedures outlined in chapter 2 above. 3–6. Interservice, interagency, or interdepartmental support agreements The ISAs documents the services installations will provide the Federal civilian inmate prison camp and the services the prison camp will provide the installation, in return. The ISAs will be prepared in accordance with DODI 4000.19 and AR 37–49 and will cover the same period as the outgrant document. The ISAs are subject to annual review to examine current costs and determine next year project assignments. Installation commanders have the authority to negotiate and approve ISAs locally. Executing an ISA does not establish a civilian inmate labor program. A separate memoranda of agreement with the corrections facility is still required in accordance with the procedures delineated in chapter 2 above. a. Utility sales contracts and memoranda of agreement establishing civilian inmate labor programs using inmates
    • from the on–post Federal civilian inmate prison are attachments to the ISAs. b. The ISAs will require the Federal civilian inmate prison camp to have a mutually acceptable utility and/or energy conservation program and an environmental management plan. The prison camp will provide assurance that it is resourced to carry out these provisions. c. No credits for inmate labor will be given to offset support services provided to the Federal civilian inmate prison camp. Chapter 4 Reporting and Recordkeeping 4–1. Incident reports
    • Serious incidents, that is, walkaways, escapes, riots, disturbances, and any criminal action involving inmates participating in the civilian inmate labor program and/or occurring in onpost civilian inmate prison camps will be reported in accordance with AR 190–40. One copy of incident reports will be provided to HQ, IMA (SFIM–PL), and HQDA, Office of the Chief of Public Affairs, Public Communications Division (SAPA–PCD). Accidents involving inmates will be investigated and reported in accordance with AR 385–40. 4–2. Media coverage Any media coverage involving inmates participating in the Civilian Inmate Labor Program, or involving onpost civilian inmate prison camps, will be reported through command channels to HQ, IMA (SFIMPL), and HQDA, Office of the Chief of Public Affairs, Public Communications Division (SAPA–PCD). Report media source (newspaper, magazine, radio, television), name of media source (and radio and/or television channel), date of coverage, synopsis of report, and whether the report had local, regional, or national coverage. Provide copies of the article and/or script, if available. 10 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • 4–3. Recordkeeping Installations will maintain records of their civilian inmate labor programs. These records will be used in higher headquarters efforts to assess program utility and assess the effectiveness of key management controls identified in appendix D. The management and final disposition of all civilian inmate labor programs and civilian inmate prison camp records will comply with AR 25–400–2. Recordkeeping will cover the following topics: a. For civilian inmate labor programs— (1) Summary listing of all work projects employing civilian inmates, including project duration, number of civilian inmates used on the project, number of corrections facility personnel supervising work details assigned to each project, and number of Army military and civilian personnel engaged in oversight activities per project. (2) Cost avoidance generated from civilian inmate labor. Cost avoidance is based on determining the dollar value of
    • inmate labor by equating inmate work performed to the dollar value and costs of similar work if performed by authorized and funded positions, or by contract. Cost avoidance must be calculated using the following equation: Cost avoidance=Dollar value of civilian labor (including fringe benefits, monitoring, and overhead) and/or contracts for functions inmates now perform (including overtime) minus Cost of equipment, materials, and supplies furnished to inmate labor details minus Costs of transporting inmates to and from corrections facility (as applicable) minus Inmate meal costs (if provided) minus Program administration costs minus Any other costs associated with the civilian inmate labor program. (3) Synopsis of special incidents and/or military police (MP) reports involving civilian inmate labor. This includes significant events and anticipated problems. (4) Media inquiries and responses provided. (5) Synopsis of any complaints and/or concerns from the surrounding off–post community and family members regarding inmate labor, together with any action taken to resolve the complaint.
    • (6) Borrowed military manpower returned to duty resulting from inmate labor. b. For civilian inmate prison camps— (1) Monthly average daily population for the facility. (2) Any Right of Entry violations and corrective measures taken. (3) Direct and reimbursable obligations for support provided to the civilian inmate prison camp, to allow for analysis of spending trends. (4) Synopsis of any complaints and/or concerns from the surrounding off–post community and family members regarding the civilian inmate prison camp, together with any action taken to resolve the complaint. (5) Synopsis of special incidents and/or MP reports involving the civilian inmate prison camp. This includes significant events and anticipated problems.
    • (6) Media inquiries and responses provided. 11 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Appendix A References Section I Required Publications AR 11–2 Management Controls. (Cited in para 1–4e(4).) AR 15–6 Procedures for Investigating Officers and Boards of Officers. (Cited in para 2–3g(4)(b).) AR 37–49 Budgeting, Funding, and Reimbursement for Base Operations Support of Army Activities. (Cited in para 3–6.)
    • AR 190–40 Serious Incident Report. (Cited in paras 1–4h(1), 3–4d, 4–1, and D–4c(5).) AR 385–40 Accident Reporting and Records. (Cited in para 4–1.) AR 405–80 Management of Title and Granting Use of Real Property. (Cited in paras 3–3j and 3–5c.) AR 420–41 Acquisition and Sales of Utilities Services. (Cited in paras 3–3k.) AR 600–55
    • The Army Driver and Operator Standardization Program (Selection, Training, Testing and Licensing). (Cited in para 2–3b(3).) 5 USC 7101 et. seq. Federal Labor Management Relations Statute. (Cited in para 2–4e.) 10 USC 2667 Leases, NonExcess Property of Military Departments. (Cited in paras 1–1, 3–2b, 3–2c, 3– 5a(8).) 18 USC 4125(a) Public Works; Prison Camps. (Cited in paras 1–4j(1), 1–4k(1), 2–1a, 2–1f, and 2–3c.) 28 CFR 301
    • Inmate Accident Compensation. (Cited in para 2–3i.) 29 CFR 1910 Occupational Safety and Health Standards. (Cited in para 2–3i(3).) 31 USC 1342 Limitation on Voluntary Services. (Cited in para 3–2c.) DODI 4000.19 Interservice, Interdepartmental, and Interagency Support. (Cited in paras 3–3i and 3–6.) Executive Order 11755 Prison Labor. (Cited in paras 1–4j(1), 1–4k(1), 2–1d(3), and 2–1f.) PL 103–337, Section 1065
    • Demonstration Project for Use of Army Installations to Provide Prerelease Employment Training to Nonviolent Offenders in State Penal Systems. (Cited in paras 1–1 and 2–1d(1).) 12 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Section II Related Publications A related publication is a source of additional information. The user does not have to read it to understand this publication. Army regulations and pamphlets are available on the Army Publishing Directorate’s Web site at http:// www.apd.army.mil. AR 5–9 Area Support Responsibilities AR 5–20 Commercial Activities Program AR 25–400–2
    • The Army Records Information Management System (ARIMS) AR 190–47 The U.S. Army Correctional System 18 USC Chapter 303 Bureau of Prisons (Available at http://www.gpoaccess.gov/USCODE/INDEX.HTML.) 18 USC Chapter 305 Commitment and Transfer (Available at http://www.gpoaccess.gov/USCODE/INDEX.HTML.) 18 USC Chapter 1385 Posse Comitatus Act (Available at http://www.gpoaccess.gov/USCODE/INDEX.HTML.)
    • 28 USC 1346(b), 2671–2680 Federal Tort Claims Act (Available at http://www.gpoaccess.gov/USCODE/INDEX.HTML.) DODD 5525.5 DOD Cooperation with Civilian Law Enforcement Officials (Available at http://www.dtic.whs/directives.) FAR, Part 22.201 Convict Labor (Available at http://www.arnet.gov.far/.) Section III Prescribed Forms This section contains no entries.
    • Section IV Referenced Forms DA Form 11–2–R Management Control Evaluation Certification Statement (Available at http://www.apd.army.mil.) Appendix B Memorandum of Agreement Format This memorandum of agreement (MOA) format addresses agreements between Army organizations and Federal corrections facilities under the control of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) and is the template for developing such agreements. This MOA format contains all required clauses for compliance with Army policy on using civilian inmates. This MOA format may be modified to accommodate State/local civilian inmate use authorized under the exceptions cited in paragraph 2–1d of this regulation. Users of this template should make the appropriate substitutions indicated in bold print and bounded by parenthesis to tailor this template for their own use. 13
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    • Figure B–1. Sample format for a memorandum of agreement 14 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Figure B–1. Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued 15 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Figure B–1. Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued 16 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Figure B–1. Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued 17 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Figure B–1. Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued 18 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Figure B–1. Sample format for a memorandum of agreement—continued Appendix C Sample Inmate Labor Plan This sample Inmate Labor Plan may be used as a template to develop user Inmate Labor Plans. This sample Inmate Labor Plan contains all required clauses for compliance with Army policy on using civilian inmates. Users of this template should make the appropriate substitutions indicated in bold print and bounded by parenthesis to tailor this template for their own use. User Inmate Labor Plans may be a regulation, letter of instruction, policy memorandum, or other document of the user’s choice.
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    • Figure C–1. Sample Inmate Labor Plan—continued 20 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Figure C–1. Sample Inmate Labor Plan—continued 21 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Figure C–1. Sample Inmate Labor Plan—continued 22 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Appendix D Management Control Evaluation Checklist D–1. Function The function covered by this checklist is the administration of the Army’s Civilian Inmate Labor Program, which is currently limited to using inmates from facilities under the control of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. D–2. Purpose The purpose of this checklist is to assist HQDA, HQ, IMA, and installation program administrators in evaluating the key management controls outlined below. It is not intended to cover all controls. D–3. Instructions Answers must be based on the actual testing of key management controls (for example, document analysis, direct
    • observation, sampling, simulation, other). Answers that indicate deficiencies must be explained and corrective action indicated in supporting documentation. These key management controls must be formally evaluated annually. Certification that this evaluation has been conducted must be accomplished on DA Form 11–2–R (Management Control Evaluation Certification Statement). D–4. Test Questions a. Are any installations using civilian inmate labor without HQDA approval? b. Do all installations using civilian inmate labor have an HQDA approved Memorandum of Agreement with the provider corrections facility and an Inmate Labor Plan governing operation of civilian inmate labor details on the installation? Do these memorandum of agreements and Inmate Labor Plans reflect current Department of Army guidance on civilian inmate labor use? c. Are installations using civilian inmates in accordance with existing legislation and/or regulations and/or policy
    • governing civilian inmate labor utilization on Army installations? Specifically (1) Are Army civilian and/or military personnel engaged in custodial supervision (guarding) of inmate labor details? (2) Are inmates working in and around government housing areas? Are inmates working in and around schools, recreation areas and/or facilities, day care centers, recreation libraries, and similar facilities while these facilities are open to the public? (3) Are only minimum security, nonviolent inmates being used on inmate labor details? Do inmates meet Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program selection criteria defined in paragraph 2–3e, above? (4) Are inmates performing only those functions allowed under 18 USC 4125(a) or by HQDA? (5) Are incidents involving Army installation civilian inmate labor programs being reported in accordance with AR 190–40 and reporting guidance in this regulation?
    • d. For Army installations operating civilian inmate labor programs from on–post corrections facilities, are these corrections facilities being given credits for inmate labor to offset base operations support services provided to the corrections facilities? e. Do all installations with onpost corrections facilities have HQDA approval to rent facilities and/or land to correctional systems? f. Do the costs of operating civilian inmate labor programs on Army installations exceed the cost avoidance generated from using civilian inmates, that is, do installation civilian inmate labor programs continue to generate cost avoidance? D–5. Supersession This checklist is the first checklist developed for the Army Civilian Inmate Labor Program.
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    • n , D C 20310–0600). Appendix E 18 USC 4125(A), and Executive Order 11755 18 USC 4125(a) The Attorney General may make available to the heads of the several departments the services of United States prisoners under terms, conditions, and rates mutually agreed upon, for constructing or repairing roads, clearing,
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    • maintaining and reforesting public lands, building levees, and constructing or repairing any other public ways or works financed wholly or in major part by funds appropriated by Congress. Executive Order 11755, Dec 29, 1973, as amended by Executive Order 12608, Sep 9, 1987 and Executive Order 12943, Dec 13, 1994, Prison Labor. The development of the occupational and educational skills of prison inmates is essential to their rehabilitation and to their ability to make an effective return to free society. Meaningful employment serves to develop those skills. It is also true, however, that care must be exercised to avoid either the exploitation of convict labor or any unfair competition between convict labor and free labor in the production of goods and services. Under sections 3621 and 3622 of title 18 of the United States Code, the Bureau of Prisons is empowered to authorize Federal prisoners to work at paid employment in the community during their terms of imprisonment under conditions that protect against both the exploitation of convict labor and unfair competition with free labor. Several States and other jurisdictions have similar laws or regulations under which individuals confined for violations of the laws of those places may be authorized to work at paid employment in the community. Executive Order No. 325A, which was originally issued by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1905, prohibits the employment, in the performance of Federal contracts, of any person who is serving a sentence of imprisonment at hard
    • labor imposed by a court of a State, territory, or municipality. I have now determined that Executive Order No. 325A should be replaced with a new Executive Order which would permit the employment of non-Federal prison inmates in the performance of Federal contracts under terms and conditions that are comparable to those now applicable to inmates of Federal prisons. NOW THEREFORE, pursuant to the authority vested in me as President of the United States, it is hereby ordered as follows: SECTION 1. a. All contracts involving the use of appropriated funds which shall hereafter be entered into by any department or agency of the executive branch for performance in any State, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, or the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands shall, unless otherwise provided by law, contain a stipulation forbidding in the performance of such contracts, the employment of persons undergoing sentences of imprisonment which have been imposed by any court of a State, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, or the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. This limitation, however, shall not prohibit the employment by a contractor in the performance of such
    • contracts of persons on parole or probation to work at paid employment during the term of their sentence or persons who have been pardoned or who have served their terms. Nor shall it prohibit the employment by a contractor in the performance of such contracts of persons confined for violation of the laws of any of the States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, or the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands who are authorized to work at paid employment in the community under the laws of such jurisdiction, if ((1)(a)) The worker is paid or is in an approved work training program on a voluntary basis; ((b)) Representatives of local union central bodies or similar labor union organizations have been consulted; ((c)) Such paid employment will not result in the displacement of employed workers, or be applied in skills, crafts, or trades in which there is a surplus of available gainful labor in the locality, or impair existing contracts for services; and ((d)) The rates of pay and other conditions of employment will not be less than those paid or provided for work of a similar nature in the locality in which the work is being performed; and
    • (2). The Attorney General has certified that the work release laws or regulations of the jurisdiction involved are in conformity with the requirements of this order. ((b)) After notice and opportunity for hearing, the Attorney General shall revoke any such certification under section 1(a)(2) if he finds that the workrelease program of the jurisdiction involved is not being conducted in conformity with the requirements of this order or with its intent or purposes. ((c)) The provisions of this order do not apply to purchases made under the micropurchase authority contained in section 32 of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act, as amended. SECTION 2. The Federal Procurement Regulations, the Armed Services Procurement Regulations, and to the extent necessary, any supplemental or comparable regulations issued by any agency of the executive branch shall be revised to reflect the policy prescribed by this order.
    • SECTION 3. Executive Order No. 325A is hereby superseded. SECTION 4. This order shall be effective as of January 1, 1974. 24 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Glossary Section I Abbreviations ACSIM Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management AR Army Regulation ASA(FMC) Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller)
    • ASA(IE) Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations Environment) ASA(MRA) Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) CFR Code of Federal Regulation DA Department of the Army DCS, G-1 Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel
    • DOD Department of Defense DODI Department of Defense Instruction EO Executive Order FAR Federal Acquisition Regulation FBOP
    • Federal Bureau of Prisons HQDA Headquarters, Department of the Army HQ, IMA Headquarters, Installation Management Agency ISA Interservice, Interagency, or Interdepartmental Support Agreement MOA Memorandum of Agreement
    • MP Military Police NAFI Nonappropriated fund instrumentality 25 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration PL Public Law PM Provost Marshal General SJA Staff Judge Advocate USC
    • United States Code Section II Terms 10 USC 2667 (Leases; Non-Excess Property) The Federal law governing leases of DOD property. 18 USC 4125(a) (Public Works; Prison Camps) The Federal law governing services Federal civilian inmates can perform for DOD agencies. 29 CFR 1910 (Occupational Safety and Health Standards) The Federal law governing workplace safety and health standards. 31 USC 1342 (Limitation on Voluntary Services)
    • The Federal law prohibiting Federal government employees or officers from accepting voluntary services except as specifically allowed by law. Executive Order 11755 Executive Order governing use of non-Federal civilian inmates on Federal contracts. Civilian inmates Prisoners incarcerated in a Federal, State, or local government penal facility. Prisoners of a military confinement facility are not civilian inmates. Civilian Inmate Labor Program Legislation, regulations, policies, and procedures governing the use of civilian inmates on Army installations. Compensation
    • Includes any payment, gift, benefit, reward, favor, or gratuity provided directly or indirectly for services rendered by the person accepting such payment. Compensation will be deemed indirectly received if it is paid to an entity other than the individual, in exchange for services performed by the individual. Corrections facility Facility providing correctional treatment to civilian prisoners to motivate them for return to the civilian community. Custodial supervision Any activity undertaken to ensure charge and control, i.e. guarding inmates. This does not include oversight or quality assurance. DA personnel Department of the Army civilian employees; active duty personnel; National Guard and Reserve personnel on active
    • duty for training or when performing Federal duties or engaging in any activity directly related to the performance of a Federal duty or function. 26 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Direct labor costs Costs for inmate labor hours worked, i.e., labor costs charged by the corrections facility for working inmates on Army property. DOD personnel Civilian employees and active duty personnel of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. Employment A relationship under which an individual furnishes services in return for any payment or other compensation paid directly or indirectly to the individual for the services. Gratuity
    • Any gift, favor, discount, entertainment, hospitality, loan, forbearance, or other item having monetary value. It includes services as well as gifts of training, transportation, local travel, lodgings and meals, whether provided in-kind, by purchase of a ticket, payment in advance, or reimbursement after the expense has been incurred. HQDA The executive part of the Department of the Army at the seat of Government. Consists of the Office of the Secretary of the Army and the Army Staff. Installation Installations, agencies, airfields, areas, armories, arsenals, bases, camps, centers, depots, districts, divisions, forts, garrisons, laboratories, projects, etc. under the Active Army, the U.S. Army Reserve, the Army National Guard, and Civil Works responsibilities of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Interservice, interagency, or interdepartmental support
    • Support provided by one Federal agency or subdivision thereof to another Federal, State or local agency or subdivision thereof when at least one of the participating agencies or subdivisions is the Department of Defense or a DOD Component. Headquarters, Installation Management Agency Headquarters, Installation Management Agency (HQ, IMA). A subordinate command of Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (OACSIM). Responsible for all actions at Army installations worldwide through their seven regions. Memorandum of Agreement The documentation of mutually agreed statement of facts, intentions, procedures, parameters, and policies for future actions and matters of coordination. Minimum (level) security inmates
    • Civilian inmates who do not need constant guard and who have committed nonviolent crimes. Minimum security inmates participating in the Civilian Inmate Labor Program are also usually within 1 year of parole, are medically cleared for regular duty status with no medical or psychological restrictions, and have no prior employment or relationship with the host agency (Army organization using civilian inmates). Nominal costs Minor costs incidental to installation Civilian Inmate Labor Program operations. Nominal costs may be costs for equipment, materials and supplies used in inmate labor details, telephone calls to corrections facilities, lunch time meals, and transporting inmates to and from corrections facilities. Oversight Activities associated with specifying work to be done; training inmates in performing assigned work, using special equipment, and safety precautions; showing inmates location of the work site; and performing quality assurance inspections of inmate work.
    • Program administration costs Costs incurred by the installation in administrating their Civilian Inmate Labor Program, such as preparing the Memorandum of Agreement or Interservice, Interagency, or Interdepartmental Support Agreement, oversight, and reporting. 27 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005
    • Quality assurance Those actions taken by the Government to determine that the services received meet quality, quantity, and timeliness specifications. Serious incidents Any actual or alleged incident, accident, misconduct, or act, primarily criminal in nature that, because of its nature, gravity, potential for adverse publicity, or potential consequences warrants timely notice to HQDA. Section III Special Abbreviations and Terms This section contains no entries. 28
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    • Index This index is organized alphabetically by topic and by subtopic within a topic. Topics and subtopics are identified by paragraph number. Accountability of Inmates , 2-3f, 2-3l Approval Authority , 1-4a Control and Custody , 2-3f, 2-3k Cost Avoidance , 1-4k, 2-1b, 2-4a, 4-3b Credits for Inmate Labor , 2-3b, 3-6c Damage to Property , 2-3g, 3-3a Demonstration Project , 1-1, 2-1d Escape , 1-4h, 2-3e, 3-4c, 3-4d, 4-1 Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) , 2-1a, 3-2b, 3-5 Fraternization , 2-3i Gratuity , 2-3b Housing Areas , 2-3a Inmate Labor Plan, , 1-4, 2-4 Interservice, Interagency, or Interdepartmental Support Agreements (ISA) , 1-4, 1-5, 2-3, 3-3, 3-5, 3-6
    • Labor Unions , 1-4, 1-5, 2-4 Leases , 1-1, 1-5c, 3-1, 3-2, 3-5 Liability , 2-3i License, Operators , 2-3b Local Inmates , 1-1, 1-4k, 2-1, 2-2 Media , 1-4c, 2-3m, 2-4a, 4-2, 4-3d, 4-3l Medical Care , 2-3j, 3-4b,3-4c Medical Records , 2-3k Medical Supplies , 2-3a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) , 1-4, 1-5, 2-1, 2-3, 2-4, 3-5, 3-6 Minimum security inmate classification , 2-3e, 3-1 Military Police (MP) , 3-4d, 4-3c Outgrant , 3-5, 3-6 Oversight/Monitoring , 2-3f, 2-4b, 2-4l, 4-3a Nominal Costs , 2-3b Permit , 3-5 Press Release , 2-3m Prison Camps , 1-1, 1-4, 2-4, 3-1, 3-2, 3-4, 3-5, 4-1, 4-2, 4-5 Real Property , 1-4a, 1-4e, 1-4g, 3-2c, 3-3j, 3-5a, 3-5c Reimbursement , 1-4b, 2-3b, 2-3j, 3-3i Rights of Entry , 1-4g Riots , 1-4h, 2-3e, 3-4c, 3-4d, 3-4e, 4-1 Safety , 2-3a, 2-3b, 2-3f, 2-3i, 2-3l, 2-4b
    • Security , 2-3k, 2-4b, 3-3b, 3-4, 3-5 Serious Incidents , 1-4h, 2-4a, 3-4c, 4-1 Services Inmates Perform , 2-3c State Inmates , 1-1, 1-4k, 2-1, 2-2, 2-3e, 3-2, 3-3i, 3-5 Timecards , 2-3f Training , 1-5c, 2-1d, 2-3b, 2-3f, 2-3i, 2-3l, 2-4b Voluntary Services , 2-1d, 3-2c Weapons , 3-4a Utility , 3-3k, 3-5a, 3-6a, 3-6b, 4-3 29 AR 210–35 • 14 January 2005 Mirrored from http://www.illuminati-news.com/pdf/prison_camps.pdf