posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 09:16 PM
Either the big names behind the APF decided to run away from the massive amounts of attention or the entire APF thing was another scam being run by
"Hilton" who hoped to make a ton of money off a prison contract the State of Montana wasn't going to approve. I think this guy really thought he
could sneak this thing by the State government.
The key is the Montana Attorney General's deadline for APF to prove financial backing by Monday. I find it interesting that they chose to run and
hide when that deadline came around.
If there was a big company behind APF they would have been exposed, if not then obviously APF would be exposed as a scam.
I'm leaning towards the real backers running away from the attention. Someone was writing the checks for the reporter, paying off the town leaders
with jobs and leasing Mercedes SUVs. That seems like a huge outlay of cash for a Hilton scam that ended up going bust.
We still need to find out where these other 30 contracts are they kept mentioning. It's possible they bailed on this one in order to keep working on
the other towns which haven't been discovered yet.
If we'd been able to find out who was behind APF (for sure, I'm not too confident about the various reports naming companies on Infowars) we would
have been able to track down those other contracts.
The more I think about it the more I think that's why they bailed. The AG and governor weren't gong to play ball (should have bribed them first
instead of trying to buy the poor town cheap), too much attention and a move to save the overall, larger plan.
[edit on 9-10-2009 by ecoparity]