DHS Purchases Checkpoint Booths Resistant To Bullets Amid Large Scale Ammo Buildup

The Intel Hub
April 4, 2012

News that the DHS have purchased large amounts of ammunition (about 650 million rounds of .40 caliber hollow point bullets) have surfaced recently. They have left unanswered the requests asking them why they need so much ammunition, but have proceeded to buy a large number of booths resistant to bullets that could be stationed throughout the country in the future.

The company that sold them the booths has issued a press release regarding the sale:

Date: April 4, 2012

Owner: DHS

Description of the project:

The guard building (413 Steel UL 752 Level 3 bullet resistant) was provided to DHS by Shelters Direct. This booth has a standing seam roof, a number of 2 sliding doors (UL 752 BR Level 3), bullet resistant glass (Level 3), a HVAC unit and a Low-e coating.

Maybe these guard buildings could be placed at checkpoints throughout the US as different state agencies move forward to take over the country.

As reported in the last month, a significant number of state agencies have purchased a lot of ammunition, about 700 million rounds to be more precise. This seems like the government is preparing for a nationwide violent event.

Reports of the 140 million packets of food, 750 million rounds of ammunition, checkpoint booths and detention centers indicate that the DHS knows something bad will happen in the future.

Note: A photo of the booths can be seen here.

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