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Hurricane Ike - Real Story Dead bodies in trees, ditches, water, News Reporter confronts Gov. Perry on media blackout!

 
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Hurricane Ike - Real Story Dead bodies in trees, ditches, water, News Reporter confronts Gov. Perry on media blackout!
Okay folks this is messed up. The Government is lying to the people about Ike.

1. I have a friend in Pasadena, TX who spoke to a city employee from Laporte, TX. The city employee said that the real story is that there are many dead bodies in the Crystal Beach / Bolivar Peninsula area. Was told that they have been finding bodies in trees, under rubble, in ditches, in water.

2. There is a media blackout on this story.

3.Mayor of Galveston has told all city employees that they are NOT to speak with the media. A gag order.

4. A news reporter for Houston News Channel 13 - Wayne Dolcefino asked Gov. Perry why the media blackout and why is there restricted airspace over Crystal Beach. Watch video below.

5. Martial law is going to be placed in several of the areas including: Crystal Beach.

6. People have been calling in to TV news channels to report about dead bodies and are being "cut off"


Listen to News Reporter talk about dead bodies:



We need to get the story out!!!
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Sorry link is:

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I tried to embed video in here. If anyone can, it would be appreciated.

thanks
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bump

Please pin this. we need to get this story out!
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bump for truth.
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apparently, there were MANY deaths that occured from hurricane Andrew in Florida, but they were not reported, the truth would have been bad for tourism!
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...i had a couple in my shop today who are from the devastated area and are heading home today...they said that their friends whom they have talked with via phone have reported that there are LOTS of bodies...

...it is obvious in looking at the photos that there would be many casualities...

...so sorry for those who have lost there loved ones...angels surround...

hf
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I tried to embed video in here. If anyone can, it would be appreciated.

thanks
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Sorry I tried to embed also, didn't work ..... hmmmmm??
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Don't you find it rather strange that there are no pictures verifying this?

I mean a cell phone or I-Pod and the net and NO PICTURES?

Hard to believe.

Must be a combination of nanomachines, HAARP, and scalar weapons preventing this from happening.
"Everybody lies."
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Don't you find it rather strange that there are no pictures verifying this?

I mean a cell phone or I-Pod and the net and NO PICTURES?

Hard to believe.

Must be a combination of nanomachines, HAARP, and scalar weapons preventing this from happening.
 Quoting: G. House

You're right retard!! Nobody died during the Hurricane. How dare somebody think a Hurricane could cause death. Silly people. Thank goodness we have people as smart as you to keep our heads straight.
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Don't you find it rather strange that there are no pictures verifying this?

I mean a cell phone or I-Pod and the net and NO PICTURES?

Hard to believe.

Must be a combination of nanomachines, HAARP, and scalar weapons preventing this from happening.
 Quoting: G. House



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apparently, there were MANY deaths that occured from hurricane Andrew in Florida, but they were not reported, the truth would have been bad for tourism!
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I'm from that immediate area and I would tell you that is rather doubtful. There wasn't much storm surge from that hurricaine either which is the big killer in hurricaines.

Local media coverage was very open during the aftermath.

Many reporters rode with cameras right with the National Guard. Videos from news choppers showing the aftermath were extensive immediately after the storm.

So to your comment I call BS.
"Everybody lies."
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yawn
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Don't you find it rather strange that there are no pictures verifying this?

I mean a cell phone or I-Pod and the net and NO PICTURES?

Hard to believe.

Must be a combination of nanomachines, HAARP, and scalar weapons preventing this from happening.
 Quoting: G. House

You can't take pictures of a place you can;t get into. Its like the WTC when then banned the public's cameras, and banned the public from entering the area to take pictures.. you had to be an "embedded" journalist to be allowed in and snap a few and then your pictures were censored for public release. Much the same here.
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Don't you find it rather strange that there are no pictures verifying this?

I mean a cell phone or I-Pod and the net and NO PICTURES?

Hard to believe.

Must be a combination of nanomachines, HAARP, and scalar weapons preventing this from happening.

You're right retard!! Nobody died during the Hurricane. How dare somebody think a Hurricane could cause death. Silly people. Thank goodness we have people as smart as you to keep our heads straight.
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Nobody died in Katrina either.

Those damn America haters just made it all up.
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The truth is much better than a bunch of rumours.

There's gonna be trouble if 'they' don't tell folks what's going on... damned


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Re: Hurricane Ike - Real Story Dead bodies in trees, ditches, water, News Reporter confronts Gov. Perry on media blackout!
apparently, there were MANY deaths that occured from hurricane Andrew in Florida, but they were not reported, the truth would have been bad for tourism!


I'm from that immediate area and I would tell you that is rather doubtful. There wasn't much storm surge from that hurricaine either which is the big killer in hurricaines.

Local media coverage was very open during the aftermath.

Many reporters rode with cameras right with the National Guard. Videos from news choppers showing the aftermath were extensive immediately after the storm.

So to your comment I call BS.
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'Absence of proof is not proof of absence.'
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Don't you find it rather strange that there are no pictures verifying this?

I mean a cell phone or I-Pod and the net and NO PICTURES?

Hard to believe.

Must be a combination of nanomachines, HAARP, and scalar weapons preventing this from happening.

You can't take pictures of a place you can;t get into. Its like the WTC when then banned the public's cameras, and banned the public from entering the area to take pictures.. you had to be an "embedded" journalist to be allowed in and snap a few and then your pictures were censored for public release. Much the same here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 502659


Oh, BS.

Just about every utility worker or contractor going in there has a phone many of which have cameras.

You just can't get that many people to agree to be complicite in a conspiracy.

You people are delusional.
"Everybody lies."
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Don't you find it rather strange that there are no pictures verifying this?

I mean a cell phone or I-Pod and the net and NO PICTURES?

Hard to believe.

Must be a combination of nanomachines, HAARP, and scalar weapons preventing this from happening.

You're right retard!! Nobody died during the Hurricane. How dare somebody think a Hurricane could cause death. Silly people. Thank goodness we have people as smart as you to keep our heads straight.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 502264


Nobody said, nobody died.

It just seems there are never enough for the GLP ghouls.

It also comes out that at least 250 people stayed in Bolivar and survived. Quite a few more than the 68 I had estimated in another thread.
"Everybody lies."
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Don't you find it rather strange that there are no pictures verifying this?

I mean a cell phone or I-Pod and the net and NO PICTURES?

Hard to believe.

Must be a combination of nanomachines, HAARP, and scalar weapons preventing this from happening.

You can't take pictures of a place you can;t get into. Its like the WTC when then banned the public's cameras, and banned the public from entering the area to take pictures.. you had to be an "embedded" journalist to be allowed in and snap a few and then your pictures were censored for public release. Much the same here.


Oh, BS.

Just about every utility worker or contractor going in there has a phone many of which have cameras.

You just can't get that many people to agree to be complicite in a conspiracy.

You people are delusional.
 Quoting: G. House

No. You just cannot accept that the 'authorities' must just behave in a way that is deceptive. Being in perpetual denial, you make up all kinds of phony arguments that convince no one other than yourself. You falsely argue that utility workers or contractors would have taken pictures and posted them on the internet by now. Does not your tiny mind conceive the possibility that, IF there had been a large number of deaths that the authorities wanted covered up, they would have ordered all clean-up workers, contractors, etc going into these areas not to take any pictures?

When you start using some logic, some of us might start taking your comments just a little more seriously. Until then, the one who is deluded is you.
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probably thousands dead
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an open press is what this country was founded upon, there is no excuse to deny the press access or impose a gag order on residents and contractors about talking with the media

i will have to search the links but one story stated that people (contractors, rescue teams) were stripped of cell phones before going into those areas

i am incensed
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Some honesty about the missing.

Some of Ike's Missing May Have Been Swept Out to SeaThursday, September 18, 2008

[link to www.foxnews.com]

GALVESTON, Texas The death toll from Hurricane Ike is remarkably low so far, considering that legions of people stayed behind as the storm obliterated row after row of homes along the Texas coast. But officials suspect there are more victims out there and say some might simply have been swept out to sea.

Exactly how many is anybody's guess, because authorities had no sure way to track those who defied evacuation orders. And the number of people reported missing after the storm, whose death toll stands at 16 in Texas, is fluctuating.

Search-and-rescue crews cleared out Wednesday after plucking survivors from Galveston and the devastated Bolivar Peninsula, and authorities are relying on Red Cross workers and beach patrols to run welfare checks on people named by anxious relatives.

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"We don't know what's out there in the wilds," said Galveston County medical examiner Stephen Pustilniks. "Searchers weren't looking for bodies; they were looking for survivors."

As the hurricane closed in, authorities estimated that 90,000 people ignored evacuation orders along the Gulf Coast. Post-storm rescuers in Galveston and the peninsula removed about 3,500 people, but another 6,000 refused to leave.

Nobody is suggesting that tens of thousands died, but determining what happened to those unaccounted for is a painstaking task that could leave survivors wondering for months or years to come.

Authorities concede that at least some of those who haven't turned up could have been washed out to sea, as at least one woman on the peninsula apparently was, and that other bodies might still be found.

"I'm not Pollyana. I think we will find some," said Galveston County Judge Jim Yarbrough, the county's highest-ranking elected official.

Pustilniks' office brought in two refrigerated tractor-trailers to store bodies until autopsies are performed. One sat in front of the medical examiner's office Wednesday morning with a sign on the side: "Jesus Christ is Lord not a cuss word."

By the afternoon, five deaths had been reported in Galveston County: one man who drowned in his pickup, another found inside a motel, two dialysis patients who could not get to their treatment, and a woman with cancer whose oxygen machine shut down.

The stench of rotting animals and livestock polluted the once-picturesque community of Crystal Beach, where about two dozen people stayed behind. One survivor told of seeing a friend wrenched from the rafters by the storm's fury and swept out to sea.

In evacuation shelters hundreds of miles from the coast, displaced residents like the loved ones of victims of 2005's Hurricane Katrina scrolled through address books and blog postings and anxiously dialed relatives, friends and neighbors not heard from.

On an Internet forum where survivors listed notes giving their whereabouts and asking for news of the missing, the messages revealed the growing anxiety and frustration of those desperate for some word about their loved ones.

"Anyone know Rosa who lived on the end towards the bay in gilchrist on Dolphin rd? She didnt have a vehicle and last we heard she was staying?"

And this message: "If ANYONE KNOWS WHERE MY FATHER IS OR KNOWS IF HE IS ALIVE AND WELL, PLEASE PLEASE LET ME KNOW. I AM HEARTBROKEN!!"

In Galveston County, where about 15,000 residents stayed behind, officials did not have an exact number of missing residents. The Red Cross is helping track down the missing by setting up registries at shelters and sending workers on welfare checks, Yarbrough said.

At Galveston's emergency management center, 12 phone lines rang constantly with calls from people trying to find relatives. As the calls came in, the city's beach patrol would go to the homes and check.

Sometimes, the searches end in relief. The Red Cross quickly found an elderly Galveston couple reported missing Wednesday morning by relatives in Wyoming, Yarbrough said.

The search echoes the chaos following Katrina in 2005, when bodies were turning up more than a year after the storm as ruined homes were dismantled and families returned after months away. Katrina killed more than 1,600 people.

In that storm, there was no way to track people who left the city. The situation worsened when more than 100,000 New Orleanians who took refuge in Houston had to scatter again a few weeks later for Hurricane Rita.

Authorities opened a center in Baton Rouge, La., to take reports of people who were missing. And just as Ike survivors are doing now, volunteers there turned into amateur detectives digging through Web sites that sprouted for missing families and calling nursing homes and hospitals.

The center for the missing closed nearly a year after Katrina, when authorities said they had finally exhausted leads.

Brownsville resident Amy Woodside has posted several messages online trying to track down friends who may have succumbed to Ike.

"I'm worried about everybody who is still unaccounted for," she said. "We may never find some of them."
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apparently, there were MANY deaths that occured from hurricane Andrew in Florida, but they were not reported, the truth would have been bad for tourism!


I'm from that immediate area and I would tell you that is rather doubtful. There wasn't much storm surge from that hurricaine either which is the big killer in hurricaines.

Local media coverage was very open during the aftermath.

Many reporters rode with cameras right with the National Guard. Videos from news choppers showing the aftermath were extensive immediately after the storm.

So to your comment I call BS.
 Quoting: G. House



i caught you lying again - last year u mentioned you are from the Eastern states New Yawk area,,,,, fcking liar
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Nobody said, nobody died.

It just seems there are never enough for the GLP ghouls.

It also comes out that at least 250 people stayed in Bolivar and survived. Quite a few more than the 68 I had estimated in another thread.
 Quoting: G. House



Im quite interested in knowing why you even bother coming to GLP ... G House?

Everytime you respond to a thread its to debunk it or slam it or to call the people on GLP ghouls or some other lovely word..

so... do tell us in your all knowing wisdom.. how much they payin ya?
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Don't you find it rather strange that there are no pictures verifying this?

I mean a cell phone or I-Pod and the net and NO PICTURES?

Hard to believe.

Must be a combination of nanomachines, HAARP, and scalar weapons preventing this from happening.

You can't take pictures of a place you can;t get into. Its like the WTC when then banned the public's cameras, and banned the public from entering the area to take pictures.. you had to be an "embedded" journalist to be allowed in and snap a few and then your pictures were censored for public release. Much the same here.


Oh, BS.

Just about every utility worker or contractor going in there has a phone many of which have cameras.

You just can't get that many people to agree to be complicite in a conspiracy.

You people are delusional.
 Quoting: G. House



Do you live there? No?Then STFU. You know noting. The clip shows the the media isn't allowed in Bolivar or Crystal.
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Re: Hurricane Ike - Real Story Dead bodies in trees, ditches, water, News Reporter confronts Gov. Perry on media blackout!
You know, I was calling BS before--not the flag (I don't use that silly thing) but with the fox story on the bodies
washing out to sea...it's very pausible that we may never know how many died there. It stands to reason that if there were tens of thousands of people known to have stayed there and now we just aren't hearing any kind of news at all. It's all very strange. Until they start doing what they did in 911 and have a place where they start posting pictures and names from family members that have not heard
or seen their loved ones since this storm and organize some kind of list of missing persons, we may never know--ever.
That's what needs to happen. If there aren't people clamoring to know what happened to their loved ones, then
maybe there will never be a story.





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