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Originally posted by warrenb
Here is the APF (American Police Force) logo:
Lots of questions regarding the logo of this FPS company.
Why are they using a logo that incorporates the coat of arms of Serbia?
Why does it have the sun rays of the Serbian socialist party?
The firm's spokesman, Maziar Mafi, said American Police was spending "serious money" to get the jail running and expected to fill it to capacity by March.
He said there were no inmate contracts in place, but that negotiations were ongoing with federal and state corrections agencies.
"What we'd like to do is have that information revealed once contracts are entered into and they are done deals," Mafi said. "It's very real."
Mafi said the firm has extensive law enforcement and military security contracts and runs detention centers in other countries. But he said he could not go into details, citing confidentiality issues.
He also declined to say who was in charge of the firm, saying it had "multiple layers" and had been founded more than a century ago in Washington, D.C.
Mafi is a Santa Ana trial attorney specializing in personal injury, medical malpractice and criminal law. He said he was hired a month ago as American Police Force's legal director.
a caller to the Alex Jones Show today said that he called Blackwater, who told him that American Police Force were illegally using their material and logos and that they were considering taking legal action against the paramilitary organization currently conducting law enforcement duties in Hardin, Montana.
As we reported earlier, APF claims that it runs the U.S. Training Center, which is publicly controlled by Blackwater, now XE