posted on Nov, 10 2019 @ 06:36 AM
Well, everybody wanted a second civil war but we all forgot about the outages that would bring. Electricity, natural gas, gas pump, water, cell
phones, land lines, internet.
It's all fun and games until it finally gets real and it hits you like a baseball bat upside the head.
I didn't think DC still had blackouts. At least not the Capital. That was one long recess!
But if everyone is seated, I'll get back with my testimony.
Again, I'm Captain Michael Jenkins, United States Marine Corps. I lead a unit with 20 men, fighting on the side of the Liberty to preserve the United
States from the other side. My unit had many losses but on this particular patrol, we did very well.
You know, the whole point of the war was to make America strong and to take it back from the other side since neither side could agree on anything
From it, 9 new states have been created, fracturing 9 existing states. New California is a perfect example. 2 states completely dissolved. And
while we were fighting in the mainland, Russia marched into western Alaska. That will have to be dealt with but we have bigger problems in the lower
47. North Korea even sent a battlegroup to Hawaii but our Chinese friends intercepted them in an act that will be reveled for centuries.
And in the middle of all that, we nuked ourselves. 12 of the 15 largest cities in the US are either completely destroyed or destroyed to the point of
irrelevancy. DC was saved for the same reason we didn't drop the A bomb on Tokyo, so someone would still be alive to sign the surrender.
What have we done to ourselves? A planet full of nukes and not one single super power to lead. Hell, I'll be impressed if humans still exist in 100
So, Linda Pascal is available for questioning if you agree to a closed door meeting. She doesn't want to testify but she will if asked. She asked me
to remind you of that. Linda's ordeal is in the classified section of your folders due to the abuse she had to endure. Since this is a public
hearing, I will not answer questions about her situation.
Linda's actions probably saved a number of lives in her area and for that reason, I believe she should receive the Medal of Freedom.
Alright, so the perp had a 15,000 square foot mansion that consisted of three main upper floors, three additional upper floors which were all located
in a single tower; a single room on each of the 4th, 5th and 6th floors. A basement and a bunker system under the basement that had two levels of
I want to remind all of you that Houston, what WAS Houston, doesn't have basements due to it's high water table. So it was quite the marvel to
discover it all. It was designed very well and the $30 million it took to build it all made allot more sense once we discovered the three basement
So, in the basement, there was a bookshelf against an interior wall. When you pushed the entire bookshelf toward the wall and again only on the right
side, it pivoted on hidden hinges, revealing a steep hallway to the 1st bunker level.
The door also operated with a remote that was located in a hidden safe on the 6th floor. The safe was under the carpet along an exterior wall.
You walk down the hall and it turns 90 degrees. This is by design and it's intention is to redirect the radiation away from the bunker as much as
In this area is the decontamination shower I mentioned before the recess. And a bench to sit on, some shelving to store contaminated clothes and the
blast door leading as the main entry point into the shelter. That type of door retails for about $15,000 plus, he had it reinforced with lead,
increasing the value by probably $5,000-$7,000 more.
Inside the shelter, he had a heavy duty padlock he put on the door to keep Linda from leaving without him.
This type of door can withstand up to 3 standard military grenades before being compromised. The best way to get through a door like that and still
preserve what is inside is with a laser cutter. Or you can just blow it to hell but that is going to send shrapnel all over inside of it so anyone in
that part of the shelter would be killed. You wouldn't want to shoot at it because in a space that small, the bullets will bounce off and you'll
probably end up killing yourself in the process. These shelters are designed like that.
The shelter had a living room area, a full mini kitchen, a bedroom area, a bathroom which was just a toilet and a shower, neither of which had a door
or curtain. You couldn't design that thing with a more open concept.
It had an NBC filtration system which filtered out 99.995% percent of contaminants from a nuclear, biological or chemical attack. It also had blast
valves to prevent the shelter from imploding in on itself during a nuclear explosion. This controls the air pressure inside and out and can equalized
the pressure within 0.5-3.0 seconds. Your ear drums will hate you for this but you'll still be alive.
In the bedroom area, there was a discrete door that led to a storage area. There were also storage areas under the floor and along the top quarter of
Linda was aware of the door but was never permitted to go through it.
Inside the storage room, he had food, water and air tanks in case he needed to turn off all outside air completely. In those two bunkers, the main
area and the storage area, he had enough stored oxygen for 1 adult to survive about 2 weeks.
The air intake and outtake pipes were actually located in a discrete area of his basement. He had a utility room in his basement and these two pipes
simply looked like part of the entire utility scheme.
Inside the storage bunker was a shelf just like the one he had in the basement. Again, you either hit a remote or you push the entire shelf, then
push the right side and it opens. My unit missed this except for my engineers, who spotted it right away.
Once that door opened, I knew two things. One, the shelter system was probably just as large as the entire mansions footprint and two, we were
probably going to find something very, very bad.
Through the doorway, you find yourself in a long halfway which is really just a number of smaller bunker tunnels welded together. The first four
doors, two on each side, lead to literally four bunk rooms. Each bunk was stacked three high and there were 12 bunks in room; so a total of 36 beds
in each room. Each room also had a single sink, toilet and shower. Again, no privacy doors or shower curtains. Privacy was obviously not a thing
for him. Each door had a sign on it that read, adult male, adult female, minor male and minor female. But there wasn't a soul in any of those four
Back in the main hallway, another door leads you into a common room. This room had a TV to watch movies, another to play video games and two kitchen
tables. At the tables, you could sit and talk about whatever or he also had playing cards and a number of board games. In front of the two TVs were
two couches and each folded out into a bed just like the one in the entry room.
I will tell you the whole bunker system was EMP hardened so you could have electronics on and they would be fine even during a nuclear detonation.
This was a very sophisticated civilian bunker system unlike any I have ever seen or heard of. It was all very doable as long as you had the budget
because let me tell you, these underground full functioning shelters are expensive as hell.