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TRUCK DRIVERS MOVING DHS WEAPONS ARE DISAPPEARING (STA BREAKING NEWS and ARCHIVES)

by pinkorchid @, Brisbane , Australia, Tuesday, July 30, 2013, 23:34

Hi All,

SNIP:-

FEMA Insider: A Large Number of Truck Drivers Have Vanished While Delivering Weapons, Grenades, Ammo.

It’s no secret that the U.S. government has been domestically stockpiling unimaginable amounts of ammunition and weapons. So much ammunition, in fact, that it surpasses even what the military uses on a yearly basis in the mid east theaters of war.

All of these arms and ammunition are being transported within the borders of the United States by third-party truck drivers contracted by the Department of Homeland Security, and some of these drivers are reportedly foreign born originating from countries like Russia and Poland.

In a recent radio interview on World News with Dave Vose, a caller relays a shocking story from a FEMA insider that is apparently well known within the FEMA/DHS transportation community, and it has some U.S. drivers spooked.

According to the report, truckers have been hauling large volumes of weapons-related supplies, some of which have been carried by Russian and Polish drivers, to destinations like military bases and DHS supply depots all over the country. But about 30% of the loads operated by Russian and Polish drivers have vanished en route to their destinations, and the drivers are never heard from again.


http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/fema-insider-a-large-number-of-truck-drivers-have-vanished-while-delivering-weapons-grenades-ammo-video_07292013

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