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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The Army says Colorado has been dropped from a multi-state special forces training exercise because the unit that was designated to participate won't be available.
Mark Lastoria, Director of Public Affairs, US Army Special Operations Command, told 7NEWS last month that the military unit that was going to participate was no longer available, therefore no troops would be operating in Colorado.
Some people in Texas, which will be included in the Jade Helm exercise, have questioned whether the exercise was a plan to confiscate guns or implement martial law. The Pentagon has denied any sinister intentions.
originally posted by: Naabaahii
It's so morbidly funny watching you guys trying to figure out what jade helm is all about. It's not martial law but it is in preparation for an event that will change the world. The research has been done and government prep is well beyond initial phase. Personally, I couldn't comprehend how more individuals haven't stumbled upon the truth but now I know not everyone was supposed to. No religious influence here, just facts associated with 15 years of government experience (vague for reasons). To the ones it will affect, I'm sorry they didn't let you know. I wish your families the best.
originally posted by: tinker9917
Well. I guess martial law worries for Colorado in the near future can be forgotten, LoL.