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Guantanamo prisoners moving to South Carolina, and or Kansas?

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This was considered a few years ago for Thompson Illinois the people there said no and for good reason . They didn't want to turn Thompson and the surrounding aria into a U.S. haven for Muslims .  

Google search link for Thompson : https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=Thompson+Illinois+prison

 The Thompson prison still to this day remains most empty . But now can be found in the list of FEMA camps 

 

Amid growing controversy around the use of solitary confinement in U.S. prisons and jails, and in advance of an audit of its own prison “segregation” practices, the federal government is quietly moving ahead with a plan that would significantly increase its capacity to house individuals in long-term isolation. The 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill passed by Congress in December contained funding for the continued activation of Thomson prison, a currently disused facility in northwest Illinois.

It has been years since Thomson dominated the headlines with news of mainland-bound Guantanamo detainees. Yet its activation remains significant because of the prison’s potential to alter the landscape of solitary confinement on the federal level. Reliable sources indicate that the Bureau of Prisons plans to use the facility to add 1,500 Special Management Unit beds and 400 more Administrative Maximum-rated cells. The latter increase would double the number of people held in conditions of extreme isolation like those at ADX Florence, a place that has been denounced by UN officials and human rights groups, and described by one former warden as a “clean version of hell.”

http://solitarywatch.com/2015/01/15/new-federal-supermax-prison-will-double-capacity-for-extreme-solitary-confinement/

 

 

 

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Many of these Muslim immigrants are very dangerous and it's being covered up.

Judge seals file in Somali-Muslim suspects' murder trial

Authorities in Portland, Maine, have arrested three Somali-American men in connection with the brutal killing of a man inside his apartment, then moved quickly to seal the case from public view.

Police arrested Abil Teshome, 23, Mohamud Mohamed, 36, and Osman Sheikh, 31, on Thursday. All three are charged with the murder of 49-year-old health-care worker Freddy Akoa.

Police have provided almost no information on the killing, not the cause of death, not the type of weapon used, nor any possible motive for the killing. They even refused to release prison mugshots of the suspects. The Associated Press and local TV stations failed to identify the three suspects by their country of origin or race.

Akoa was found dead in his apartment at 457 Cumberland Avenue on Tuesday and it was revealed at a court hearing Friday that he had been dead since Sunday. He lived alone and, according to his LinkedIn page, worked as a hospital and health-care professional in the Portland area.

Police said all three suspects were arrested on unrelated charges and placed in custody Wednesday and Thursday when they were charged with Akoa's murder.
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Congressman calls for 'pause' in refugee program

Rep. Brian Babin, R-Texas, recently introduced H.R. 3314, the Resettlement Accountability National Security Act, which would press the pause button on a program that grants permanent legal residency to nearly 70,000 new refugee immigrants a year. The refugees qualify for a smorgasbord of welfare benefits on day one upon arrival, including food stamps, subsidized housing, public education, Medicaid and WIC (federal aid for women, infants and children).

Babin's bill would temporarily suspend the program until the Government Accountability Office completes a thorough examination of its costs on local governments, states and American taxpayers, as well as the risks to national security.


Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2015/08/judge-seals-file-in-somali-muslim-suspects-murder-trial/#yUB7gJZFDFDzOYGX.99

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A better location would be D.C., except it's too small. Fairfax County, Virginia, probably has the best real estate for a new high-security prison/training facility.

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hmm could these people be our future leaders

gov or  mayor

or maybe even sheriff

 

roflmao

during the Stalin take over these type of people were who he chose

I have had 1st hand story's of this from my mother and father

 

 

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