Veteran Who Took Photos Followed By White Van
By Susan Duclos | AllNewsPipeline
ANP has been sent another batch of original photos of the decommissioned Nevada State prison from a concerned veteran who describes not only what he saw in the photos but what occurred after he took the them, concluding that “White vans seem to be a common denominator.”
While researching we found another very strange occurrence that happened in 2014 at another closed prison, detailed in the article below.
The photos themselves are of the supposedly “decommissioned” Nevada State Prison in Carson City, where our keen-eyed reader notes that he once lived close to this prison and while driving past it recently decided to take some photos which show “bright shiny new concertina wire both layered deep on the ground and along the top of the perimeter fencing.”
The concerned vet also notes that in the photo a guard can be seen in the guard tower. You can read the email below, along with one of the photos sent to ANP.
A couple of things. I live near the old prison that was closed in C.C. years back. I had to give a friend a lift the other day, and the route took me right past it. we took some pics, and what really stood out was the bright shiny new concertina wire both layered deep on the ground and along the top of the perimeter fencing.
Also, the sun was just right so that you can see a man in one of the dark tinted-window guard towers. I slowed to take the photos, so I know we were noticed. On the way home, on US 395, I was followed by a white Mercedes Van with markings of a flower shop. I looked up the flower shop later, and it does not exist. I made some erratic (but legal) lane changes to let the driver know I was aware, and he followed the first two, then broke off. I could get the name of the “flower shop” as it was written above the windshield visor.
When the driver broke off, he did by making a sudden lane change, and turning into a residential street. My situational awareness meter was off the scale. (I am Veteran) I will attach the photos, they were taken with a 10 year old camera, but blow up well on the computer.
In the guard tower shot you need to to see the man inside. Please bear in mind this is the old NV state prison, NOT the Warm Springs Correctional facility to the west of it.
In the early 20th century, the prison became the sole designated facility for executions by the state of Nevada. It carried out the first death sentence by gas chamber in the United States with the execution of Gee Jon on February 8, 1924. The state of Nevada chose to close the facility for budgetary reasons.
The prison closed its doors on May 18, 2012, with all inmates transferred or released on early out.
In the photo above we can clearly see the outline of a person in the guard tower as well as the apparently new concertina wire surrounding the prison. We also note the driver side mirror in the bottom left corner where coincidentally, or not, a “white van” is captured in the photo as being behind the photographer.
While to date, the mention of this prison being used as a “Fema Camp” is considered a “conspiracy theory” since 2012, this image and the reader bring a good question.
As can be seen from multiple sources, Nevada is suffering from a budget deficit projected to continue into 2015, which begs the question of why would there be what appears to be new fencing around a prison that no longer holds inmates?
Concertina wire or Dannert Wire is a type of barbed wire or razor wire that is formed in large coils which can be expanded like a concertina. In conjunction with plain barbed wire and steel pickets, it is used to form military wire obstacles. (Source)
It is also noteworthy that Nevada is included in the controversial Jade Helm 15 exercises.
While researching this specific prison we ran across a news clip video from August 2014, via RTR Truth Media, titled “ALERT: FEMA CAMP WATCH – SECRET GOV ACTIVITY MSM EXPOSED BY ACCIDENT?”
In the video, shown below, a reporter, just doing his job, was confronted by a very hostile prison security official from the Mount McGregor Correctional Facility, which was quite bizarre, making the reporter wonder just what was going on up there.
Are these supposedly closed prisons to be utilized as Fema Camps?
Another reason this particular email and image caught our attention is that it was recently noted by ANP co-owner Stefan Stanford that “hundreds and hundreds of miles of Concertina razor wire” was also captured on camera being transported by a military convoy for “Raider Focus” in Colorado. Colorado was originally slated to take part in Jade Helm 15 but supposedly bowed out.
There is nothing, in and of itself, unusual about Concertina wire being used at prisons but the fact that the prison photo shows what appears to be new, bright and shiny fencing along with the documented evidence that so much wire was also part of a military convoy in Colorado, makes it concerning to those of us that have observed the unprecedented amount of military movements across America as well as the controversial nature and scope of these “training exercises.”
Photos, videos and email tips such as the one above can be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org