Mass Graves Filled with U.S. Citizens Pile Up as Bodies are Unloaded from Privately Rented U-Haul Trucks...

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Wed, 01/25/2012 - 11:05am.

 

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Chicago - An uncanny site as human bodies in makeshift pine boxes are unloaded from a private U-Hual truck.

Mass graves prepared for U.S. citizens are not an urban legend, but a reality originally exposed by Shepard Ambellas of The Intel Hub in March of 2009 on The Alex Jones Show (and infowars.com) with the article titled: Military Industrial Complex Prepares Mass Graves for U.S. Citizens.

Now as a total breakdown of society and an economic collapse looms, the makeshift graves are stacking up.

Mail Online reports;

No mourners were present for the burial at the cemetery, which lies 25 miles south west of Chicago.

The gruesome discovery of the pauper’s burial section at Homewood was made last year, sparking a call for more strict federal regulations for cemeteries.

Sheriff’s officials had found caskets stacked on top of one another – some buried eight at a time – at Homewood.

And the morgue has been accused of missing markers and poor record keeping.

But coroners have said the practice is shared in other cities and states across the U.S.

Tony Cox, the legislative chairman and former president of the Illinois Coroners and Medical Examiners Association, earlier told the Chicago Sun Timesother cities, including New York, follow similar mass burial procedures for those with limited options.

New York City Department of Corrections spokesman Stephen Morello referred to a burial site in Hart Island, New York, where 800,000 bodies lie.

Officials there, he said, follow the same procedure – stacking coffins with inmates’ remains three deep.

Although the size of this operation pales in comparison to the original mass graves Ambellas exposed in 2009, it is still a gruesome find.

One can only wonder if the homeless will be rounded up into FEMA camps and then disposed of in mass graves already set in place nationwide.

 

January 24, 2012 - IntelHub

 

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Wed, 01/25/2012 - 11:05am.