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Attorney Mike Young with the Internet Law and Business Blog has dug even further into the American Police Force: link
The server for APF’s website happens to host Defense Product Solutions’ website. This company registered its domain name way back on June 19, 2009. Note that both APF and DPS use the double-headed eagle for their corporate logos. AlliedDefenseSystems.com (registered March 2007) appears to be a related site. This website’s administrative contact is Mohammad Abdalla. Mr. Abdalla is listed as the COO for this company in Anaheim, CA.
What appears to be a sister site, Defense Product Solutions (www.dpsna.com, registered in Madeira, Portugal) offers a similar list of products.
Originally posted by Good2Go
just up on youtube- Alex Jones interviews Steve Quayle re this:
first of 6 parts:
Originally posted by sandman706
reply to post by invernal
Do you think the placement of the King and Queen pieces mean anything or is that looking a little to deep into things?
Ok... this is where it gets weird.... These "SERBIAN" mercenaries are training in "OBRENOVAC"
It just so happens that House of Obrenoviç was a royal dynasty that ruled Serbia from 1815 to 1842, and again from 1858 to 1903.
and you guessed it... just look at their coat of arms..
The reason? Hardin, Mont., where the American Police Force entered driving the phony patrol cars, doesn't have a police department.
In January, without any recognizable corporate media coverage, Rep. Bob Filner, a California Democrat, introduced H.R. 675. The bill would amend title 10 of the United States Code and extend to civilian employees of the Department of Defense the authority to execute warrants, make arrests, and carry firearms. The bill was referred to the Armed Services Committee on January 26, 2009.
Filner’s bill would amend the United States code with the following: “Sec. 1585b. Law enforcement officers of the Department of Defense: authority to execute warrants, make arrests, and carry firearms…
...signed former Billings Gazette reporter Becky Shay as their director of public relations.
She is earning $60,000 dollars a year, received a signing bonus, a brand new company car and is getting help making the down payment on a new home.
Calif. jail entrepreneur has checkered past
By MATTHEW BROWN (AP) – 1 hour ago
BILLINGS, Mont. — Michael Hilton pitched himself to officials in Hardin, Mont. as a military veteran turned private sector entrepreneur, a California defense contractor with extensive government contracts who promised to turn the rural city’s empty jail into a cash cow.
Hardin’s leaders were desperate to fill the $27 million jail, which has sat empty since its 2007 completion.
So when Hilton came to town last week — wearing a military-style uniform and offering three Mercedes SUVs for use by local law enforcement — he was greeted with hugs by some grateful residents. The promise of more than 200 new jobs for a community struggling long before the recession hit had won them over.
But public documents and interviews with Hilton’s associates and legal adversaries offer a different picture, that of a convicted felon with a number of aliases, a string of legal judgments against him, two bankruptcies and a decades-long reputation for deals gone bad.
American Police Force is the company Hilton formed in March to take over the Hardin jail....
...Court documents show Hilton has outstanding judgments against him in three civil cases totaling more than $1.1 million....
....Hilton, 55, uses the title “captain” when introducing himself and on his business cards. But he acknowledged it was not a military rank.
He said he is naturalized U.S. citizen and native of Montenegro. Aliases for Hilton that appear in court documents include Miodrag Dokovich, Michael Hamilton, Hristian Djokich and Michael Djokovich.
One attorney who dealt with Hilton in a fraud lawsuit referred to him as a “chameleon” and he has a reputation for winning people over with his charm.
His criminal record goes back to at least 1988, when Hilton was arrested in Santa Ana, Calif. for writing bad checks.