The Moonlight Fire ignited on Labor Day 2007 in the northern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Two weeks later, the fire had claimed 65,000 acres, almost 45,000 in the Lassen and Plumas National Forests. Seven years later, the Moonlight Fire has laid waste to the idea that government officials — state and federal investigators and prosecutors, some still on the job — can be counted on to conduct an honest investigation and ethical prosecution of those responsible for starting a forest fire.Write comment (0 Comments)
Arizona is mourning the 19 firefighters who died this week. Prescott is a small town, and those men were all from there, so that place was hit pretty hard. These men died trying to protect the town of Yarnell, but their sacrifice was in vain -Yarnell burned to the ground.Write comment (1 Comment)
In the late 90's early 2000's, a science teacher named Thom Powell picked up on a story by an anonymous government employee who alerted the Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) about a 7.5 feet long/tall burn victim with "multiple burns on hands, feet, legs and body; some 2nd and 3rd degree burns".Write comment (0 Comments)
I live in Southern CO, a couple of hours drive from CO Springs. I go through there occasionaly for work, and have spent a little time there at flea markets and the etc. Driving through and around CO Springs is like being on a military base. Nearly every car has a military sticker on it, and the radio is full of commercials geared toward military with things like easy credit for active duty military, etc.Write comment (0 Comments)
I believe this is a General Conspiracy in the Grandest Form.
I have been watching Fox News this morning, Sunday, Oct 28, for an hour, and they had some guy on talking about the financial effects of the fires, but no talk about arsonists, or firefighters who lost their lives. WHY??Write comment (3 Comments)