h/t Ray P
A BNI Reader sent me this re: the above video:
The Army manual to which Jones probably was referring is attached, along with a letter which forwarded from a friend who is a law-enforcement consultant currently in the anti-terrorism field, with contacts in various federal and local agencies. I’ve deleted his name for obvious reasons. His letter identifies a number of particularly frightening sections in the Army manual, which are highlighted. The manual is lengthy, as most government publications are, but it’s worth reading.
The attached document appears to be an official Department of Defense document issued as a standard Field Manual (FM 3-39.40).
|Guns US Citizen Internment 10-2-13.pdf
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At first, I thought this was just describing overseas operations where Military Police units were responsible for detaining POW’s. However, the sections marked, clearly show it is ALSO intended for CONUS operations and involves U.S. citizens.
Section 1-40; US based domestic agencies involved.
Section 2-39; DOD support to U.S. civil authorities for domestic emergencies, and for designated law enforcement and other activities.
Section 2-40; Operations modified based on the special OE associated with operating within U.S. territory
Section 3-55; Psy Ops to pacify and acclimate detainees or DCs to accept U.S. I/R facility authority and regulations and other duties explained.
Section 7-16; Recording the prisoner’s social security number, indicating they are describing a U.S. citizen. Last I checked, Afghans don’t have SSN’s.
Appendix E-1; Identifies US domestic agencies interested in Interment and resettlement operations.
Appendix E-16; Identifies the United Nations involvement.
Appendix H-3, Level 5; Use of deadly force to terminate an active escape attempt.
Appendix H-43; Use of snipers and lethal force during a riot.
Figure J-1; Use of Double barbed wire fence around the facility and single barbed wire inside the facility. Also identifies the mortuary and interrogation areas.
Section J-7 and J-8; Facility for non-compliant prisoners.
Appendix K-2; More on PSYOPs responsibilities
Glossary-4; defines Internment and resettlement