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Homeless Are Being Abducted And Put Into FEMA Camps

Published on May 31, 2016 by   ·   No Comments

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Homeless people in American cities are being ’rounded up and disappeared’ by FEMA operatives, according to a suicide note left behind by a government insider.

Describing the phenomenon as ‘human street sweeping’, the insider says the abduction of homeless people is the first stage of a FEMA plot to turn 800 internment camps across the country into fully operational prisons.

The government insider, who we can now reveal was a US Customs Agent based in New York City, wrote a lengthy suicide note exposing plans the government has for its people.

The note, which was leaked by a member of the New York City police department, also explains why he decided to kill himself.

“The America I grew up in, and cherished, has been murdered by its own federal government. Our Constitution has become meaningless and our laws politicized so badly, they are no longer enforced except for political purposes,” the note said. “Our elected officials are, to a person, utterly corrupt and completely devoid of any love or respect for the country which pays them. To them, everything is about getting and keeping power, and making illicit money from backroom deals.”

The 42-year-old U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Deportation Officer shot himself with a 40 caliber service pistol inside Pier 40 in Hudson River Park at around 11 am.  A source at the scene described how the officer calmly walked into the park, took out a pistol and shot himself in the head.  He was rushed to Lenox Hill Hospital but doctors were unable to save him.

Homeless Street Sweeping ?

The note points out that the federal government are now targeting their own people, starting with the most vulnerable.

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