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‘Modern Day Slave Auction’ Captured On Film – Government Caught Selling People

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Shocking hidden camera footage appears to show what can only be described as a modern day slave auction.


The video shows an auctioneer selling off the Bill Clayton Detention Center in Littlefield, Texas. Many of those housed in this center are immigrants who were caught trying to enter the U.S. illegally.

This video has been linked to the recent controversies surrounding he government and Texas. For a few weeks now, we have been reporting on Operation Jade Helm, a military training exercise set to take place across Texas this summer in which military personnel will operate covertly among the American public.

Many see this as a dry run for martial law and have connected it to the mysterious Walmart closings. Recently, patriotic Texans have been letting their uncomfortable feelings about this known all across the state.

It is very possible that the people being sold in this video, as well as their facility, are going to be used for Jade Helm in some way. Illegal immigrants are the perfect people to use for a top secret military training exercise because they have nobody to go to if they want to snitch about what they saw.


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From the video that is what it looks like a slave auction . Sad but true . Like the auctioneer said there will be a continuous flow of prisoners .

This video has some more detail

People need to understand that the prison industrial complex system is not just made up from immigrants it's full of Americans as well . Big corporations are having these prisons build components to products stoves, cook ware, coffee pots, clothing .  You name it they may make it somewhere in a prison in America .

America the location for the new upcoming world sweat shops .

American products made in prisons


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