posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:17 AM
Hi. I know I'm coming into this thread late, but I just found it. I have been trying for a while to tell people the facts about the FEMA camp
articles that are posted everywhere, particularly the "camps" listed in Georgia. Several of the "camps" are Georgia state prisons; fully
operational, staffed, with inmates.
I have been working at Pulaski State Prison for about 12 years now, and have visited Dooly, Dodge, Telfair, Wilcox, and others, and know people who
work at many others, and know for a fact that all are just regular prisons. Just one example of how the info on all those FEMA articles is inaccurate:
Pulaski State Prison is in Hawkinsville, which is in Pulaski County, not Wilcox County.
It is in fact illegal to photograph prisons, and if you are caught, your film will be confiscated or digital photos deleted, and yes, it has
happened before! A visitor took photos of an inmate as she was released, showing the prison in the background, and had to surrender the film. This is
for the protection of staff and inmates, in case someone is attempting to make terroristic or escape plans.
I take issue with the poster who claimed to have worked at Pulaski, and left in 2006...the inmate population has not decreased; in fact, we now
house over 1200 inmates. We have not expanded. We have triple-bunked some of the dorms. The population has never been primarily maximum security
inmates. We've never had over 10 max inmates at any time. Inmate security levels go: trusty, minimum, medium, close, and maximum. Pulaski was close
until this year, when we were reclassified as medium, however we still have some close security inmates. The population has always been a majority of
I'm glad there are some intelligent people out there who are actually trying to find out the truth, and not just believing some outdated,
inaccurate article. Just be careful about the trespassing!
[edit on 24-9-2009 by starboxer]