Refugees from New Orleans behind barbed wire in Utah


Richard Moore


Refugees from New Orleans behind barbed wire in Utah 
by Don Nash, Unknown News 
Sept. 6, 2005 [Day 9] 

Utah's Governor Jon Huntsman has taken in some of the New
Orleans refugees, at Camp Williams. Replete with barbed wire,
armed soldiers with weapons at ready, police and sheriff with
weapons at ready, and hell, they must surely feel right at
home. In America yet. What bullshit! I'm not done with this
outrage, not by a long shot. I'm actually just getting

Unknown News needs to come up with some Press Credentials. I
want access to Camp Williams and were I "media," they'd have
to let me in and allow me to talk with the refugees? Wouldn't

Hell, they'd let me in, I'm certain. They might not let me
back out but, they would let me in. Just a passing thought. Or
then again, maybe it was passing wind. Or gas. I get that a
lot. Gas, that is. I'm an old gas-bag deluxe.

Anyway, think about the press credentials thing. I am serious
about that even thought I crack wise about it. I do want to
get in there to talk with those poor folk.

The Hurricane Katrina insurgency from New Orleans is tucked
safely away behind the 6-foot chain link fence with the
accommodating barb wire atop chain links. The ONLY entry into
Detention Camp Utah is through the highly secure military
gates that are guarded by armed military guards twenty four

The ONLY access to the New Orleans insurgency is granted to
military, government officials, and MAINSTREAM media.

The armed military guards at the military gates will not take
nor answer any questions regarding the New Orleans insurgency.
The guards will however instruct one dissident radical
pseudo-media personality to turn the car around and get gone
post haste. Only officially cleared personnel can access the
New Orleans insurgency.

Detention Camp Utah is located about 20 miles from downtown
civilization. There is no transportation, public or otherwise,
for the New Orleans insurgency. Supposedly, it has been
reported by one local media concern that there will be
twice-daily bus service available to "cleared" insurgents.

The armed military guards at the aforementioned closely
guarded military gates would answer no questions regarding
whether the New Orleans insurgency would be able to clear the
gates to access the quickie mart, located down a rather steep
hill about three miles from the Detention Camp Utah. Nor would
the guards answer questions regarding whether they would allow
the New Orleans insurgency to re-enter Detention Camp Utah if
somehow they were able to gain an exit.

Detention Camp Utah is a windblown and barren military
installation atop the foothills of what is known as the
Oquirrh (pronounced ochre) Mountains. It is isolated and
surely quiet.

What a pleasant spot for those that were relocated by the U.S.
military and the New Orleans insurgency weren't even told
where it was they were being shipped to. Not a one of the
refugees/insurgents were told they were being sent to Utah.
What a freaking shock that must have been.

That is all I was able to ascertain when I paid Detention Camp
Utah a short visit on Labor Day. Due to the escalating
hostility of the military guards at the armed military gates
into Detention Camp Utah, I cut my visit short and also cut my
questioning of the armed military guards short. The nice chap
with the shiny Colt 45 and the three stripes on his sleeve was
growing moderately curt and gave me one last instruction to
get away while I still could.

That's the way it is, Labor Day 2005. 

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