Thursday, October 1, 2009

On the other hand, maybe Blackwater's been scammed too.

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/wire/sns-ap-us-montana-jail,0,6198879,full.story

Unbelievable.

13 comments:

Mike III said...

Son-of-a-bitch.

Nathaniel said...

The story appears gone now. Using the search feature, nothing including the word "Montana" appears in this paper...curious?

Nathaniel

Riverside said...

Now this is FUNNY!

Anonymous said...

I know you don't like Blackwater/Xe, but I'd be really shocked if they were ever directly involved with an outfit like this.

The name alone, "American Police Force", strikes me as something out of the first Mad Max movie (Main Force Patrol - Federal Highway Police Unit).

Glad to see I wasn't alone in my suspicions.

Oakenheart said...

Ahahahaha

Priceless! The crook's running the jail!

Anonymous said...

Oh the Prags will be glad to learn that Xe doesn't even do civil/criminal background checks on their employees. Nope, nothing wrong with mercs.

Pickdog said...

Nah, I bet they knew what they were getting. They love people like this. This type is easily compromised and controlled. If he pulls it off great. If not, they will claim they had no idea.

IMHO

Pickdog
III

Texas Shooter said...

This is an excellent example of how far people will allow themselves to be led down the path of destruction without doing even the most basic investigations.

The City Council, the Sheriff's Department, and Becky Shay (who quit her job to join them!) should have smelled a rat LONG before it got this far.

Anonymous said...

BOOK?

Anonymous said...

William N. Grigg is starting to tie this together as another "Blue Scare" ala the mid 90's. (Battalions of tidy-bowl blue helmeted phantoms hiding in the sparse parts of country as reported by the friend of a friend whose cousin said he knew someone at work who saw it all.) Just enough bits and atoms of truth, and a whole lot of hyperbole.

Anonymous said...

Also consider that this Hardin story touches on so many "hot buttons" [mandatory swine flu vaccinations; gun confiscation/registration; Xe; etc.] that it makes it handy fluorescent tracker once injected into the email networks.

Remember who has a tap on the AT&T fiber-optic trunks.

http://www.pastpeak.com/archives/2006/05/att_whistleblow.htm
http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2006/05/70908

Anonymous said...

"Nope, nothing wrong with mercs."

The problems are caused by prohibition. Running gun battles in the streets only occurred between alcohol dealers when alcohol was prohibited. Now that alcohol is legal, it's just a truck driver making a delivery. Same with opium/heroin. Same with mercs and militias. If you want mercs or militias that act like an honest commercial enterprise instead of a criminal gang, then you must legally allow honest commercial merc enterprises to exist. But instead you want to impose a five-year soviet plan for liberty production. Collective policing works no better than collective farming.

Anonymous said...

The APPF (American Private Police Force) doesn't have any connections to XE. the APPF said that they wanted to build a "US training center" - not that they were associated with the XE-run US Training Center in Moyock and Mt. Carroll, IL.

But don't let facts get in the way of ya'lls paranoia.