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Prison Camp or Transfer station?

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posted on May, 4 2009 @ 07:05 PM
A map prepared by the Polk County Board of County Commissioners, Planning Division, Filename:/arcfiles2/flurpar/amls/fluparshade.aml, with a plotdate of January 9, 2004 at 2:38 PM indicates that a very large prison is to be built in 2010 in the vicinity of sections 1-36 Township 29, range 26 and is called "Institutional to INST-1 or INST -2" and has the number of 02T-10.

Institution 2 carries a date of 24 July 2002. It is the largest 'institution' on the map and borders the CSX RR line. What is of particular interest is that the railroad tracks are "institutionalized" as being part of the prison. Those who are living in this county have been told for years that CSX is building a "transfer station." When asked what they will be transferring, the general reply has been "freight." I wonder if the inmates of Auschwitz were called "freight?"

I came across this in my research regarding subdivisions that were being planned near our neighborhoods. At the time, officials of the City of Winter Haven, FL said the institution on the map was indeed a prison, but would not say if it was a city-, county-, state-, or federal -sponsored "institution."

The map clearly shows what appears to be 13 barracks with a large structure at the end of the rows of barracks. These are located right along the tracks. These tracks are highlighted in the same shade of color (teal blue) as the prison. I do not know if said officials will still admit the presence of plans for a prison. However, there were over 100 people who were involved with reviewing these plans, and our group hired a lawyer to represent our communities' intersts before the Board of County Commissioners. This is well-documented. Why does The Ledger (a N.Y. Times-owned paper) continue to misrepresent the nature of this prison as a "transfer station?" Has anyone heard of "transfer stations" being built elsewhere by railroads, and are they referred to as "institutions?"

posted on May, 5 2009 @ 08:16 PM
too bad you cant get that blue print scanned and posted... that map you showed me blew me a way. INST-2 and a railroad that was part of the INST-2 ... and it even had a pencil of what looked like a WWII German POW camp.. like stalog 13 with row after row of long buidings...
I can verify I saw the planning maps.. really strange... and now they deny its a Institutional Facility and Railroad.... prison - railroad...
after all they claim it is a CSX repair Facility... hummm ... I say no, and its common knowledge there is something really strange going on concerning this CSX rail yard .... if it was Commericial they would have given up long ago... but know... we win, they retreat and next thing they have overcame hurdle and the project is still on.... its like how many times do we have to kill this thing....

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 04:09 PM
This is extremely interesting.

Check out the correlation of the supposed locations of FEMA Camps in the East,-97.207031&spn=38.394156,52.734375&z= 3&source=embed
As compared to the railroad tracks;

They are right on the same lines!


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