posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 04:41 PM
So what do I think is happening here with American Police Force? I emphasize again that this is opinion, a piecing together of inherent knowledge and
publicly available facts, not proof perfect that this indeed what is happening.
We've a small time operator feeding on the scraps and tail end of the Pentagon's logistics chain: the sort of contracts they've been doing look
remarkably similar to what one associate of mine was doing a decade ago. There are myriads of these companies out there at the moment, all scrapping
to get these small contracts.
They saw that Hardin, Montana, had built this jail but had no prisoners to put into it. The bonds issued to pay for the jail are in default. So, how
hard could it be to construct a story that would fly with the Town Manager?
"Yes, yes, we'll sort it all out for you. We've great experience. Don't worry, just sign the contract."
In the tradition of so many of these small companies, it's all about getting the contract first. Worry about how to perform, how to complete the
contract, once it's all been signed.
I doubt very much indeed if this bodes well for the filling up of that empty prison with paying convicts.
The one person I might actually feel sorry for is the local newspaper reporter who quit her job to become the press liaison officer for American
Police Force on $60,000 a year. I doubt those checks are going to be coming in for all that long darling: you might want to make sure you're still on
good terms with your ex-editor.
seems the town is getting scammed or this is the start of something more.
[edit on 29/9/09 by Arkansas]