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Originally posted by Frankidealist35
I know I saw that too.
Doesn't Glenn know what happens to people who go down this road?
I pray for his safety.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by GoldenFleece
So, with the current evidence presented insofar, namely Beech Grove, do you believe what they say is not true and that Beech Grove is actually an active FEMA facility?
Job Title: Carman (Car Repair)
Location: Beech Grove, Indiana - Mechanical facility
Salary: $23.87 per hour
This position is responsible for maintenance, overhaul, repair and replacement of train cars and its electrical/mechanical units in accordance with AAR, FRA and Amtrak standards and guidelines.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
Putting aside the dis-trust of Popular Mechanics for a moment, what they presented regarding Beech Grove is true. I've pointed it out before.
Some photos of trains inside the Amtrak facility:
Some more photos of trains from the outside of the amtrak facility:
It isnt even authorized to hold US Citizens, nor is it for criminals.
it and a smaller center in Leesport, Pennsylvania are the only two facilities in the United States authorized to hold non-Mexican immigrant families and children on noncriminal charges. Its purpose is to hold immigrant families together while they await the outcome of their immigration hearings or their return to their home countries. It began operating in the summer of 2006. Previously, illegal immigrants with children would be released with a notice to appear before an immigration judge. While it has 512 total beds in the facility, it currently houses approximately 300 individuals, about half of which are children. The detainees are a diverse group, including families of all sorts and of all ages.
Since the Hutto facility is privately run, it has been difficult for members of the general public to gather information. Friends, family members, and lawyers of detainees, on the other hand, are granted private visitation 7 days a week with no limit on the number of visits. Human rights groups are also a common sight at the facility. Catholic Charities and Political Asylum Project of Austin conduct bi-weekly presentations for detainees regarding their legal rights and offering legal assistance. Also in the month of March and April 2008, American Civil Liberties Union as well as members of the League of United Latin American Citizens were granted extensive tours of the facility. Community volunteers from area places of worship visit weekly to conduct multiple religious services for detainees
The Federal Emergency Management Agency said the $5.6 billion housing assistance program that began after the 2005 storms was the largest federal temporary housing operation in the nation's history.
At its peak, 143,000 households along the Gulf Coast were living in temporary housing units.
FEMA is urging its remaining tenants in travel trailers to work with federal and state case managers up to the deadline to find permanent housing. Those living in park model or larger homes have the option to purchase the structures.
Originally posted by tide88
Wow, you're right, those fema people sound so evil.
[edit on 8-4-2009 by tide88]