FEMA Camps – Konzentrationslager bald auch in der BRD?

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Published on Jan 8, 2018


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Debunked: FEMA Coffins (plastic grave liners)

The „FEMA Coffins“ story is basically a misunderstanding of what these things were, stored in their thousands (although far less than suggested) in a field in Georgia:


They are actually not coffins or caskets, they are burial vaults (also known as grave liners, depending on how well they seal water out). A burial vault is something that a coffin goes in, and is not used for interring people by itself. It’s used in several states in the US where ground subsidence is an issue in graveyards.

http://www.gormleyfuneralhome.com/products/burial-vaults.aspx (http://archive.is/568SX)

Some burial vaults are made of concrete:

But many are simply strong plastic, like those in the field, made by Vantage Products
http://vantageproducts.com/standard.html (http://archive.is/8csUl)


They fit over a regular coffin like this:

Since they are designed to withstand the elements for hundreds of years, the cheapest place to store them is a field. It’s just a big outdoor warehouse. Vantage leased the field specifically to store this batch for centralized distribution. Here’s the lease:

They just load a few pallets onto trucks, and take them to wherever they are needed. This truck has 126 (9 piles of 14 liners)

weiterlesen unter:  https://www.metabunk.org/threads/debunked-fema-coffins-plastic-grave-liners.904/


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