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From: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Mon, 07 Apr 1997 09:51:12 -0400 Subject: Fort Devens, Mass., CONCENTRATION CAMP In the past month, the former site of Cutler Army Hospital has taken on a new look. Six foot bardbed-wire-topped fences, locked gates, and at least seven remote-operated surveillance cameras have been installed. But then there are the signs..."BUREAU OF PRISONS, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE...RESTRICTED AREA...", "FEDERAL PRISON CONSTRUCTION AREA...", etc. There are several vehicles (Jeep Cherokees and Plymouth Acclaims) bearing license plates that are from the Department of Justice parksed outside of the construction office. Inside of the office, my inquiries of why the signs/fences/government vehicles were around were met with a stern "No comment." Well, I received varied responses actually. A construction worker (whom I found urinating outside the prison compound and who was more than happy to talk) told me that there were 40 separate "containment areas" (his exact words) within the compound, and that he KNOWS OF AT LEAST ONE UNDERGROUND FACILITY there that has been designed to accomodate prisoners. I pressed him to tell me who the prison was intended for, and I am convinced he told all that he knew when he said that it was "for people whom the Federal government has determined to be mentally unstable." In other words, Constitutionally-minded partiots are not exempt in the eyes of Uncle Sam. I desperately need other peoples' input concerning this. I have several full-color photographs of what can be seen from the road available and plan on making a VHS video either using night vision devices or during a day when there is little activity. Anybody have any ideas? Respond by posting; any e-mail address above is false and will not send mail to me. Thank you...
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