US SPECIAL FORCES TRAIN WITH COPS FOR HOUSE TO HOUSE RAIDS
South Carolina residents warned they may encounter military vehicles
Paul Joseph Watson
May 13, 2015
Special Forces out of Fort Bragg are training with SWAT officers in Richland County, South Carolina this week for house to house raids, another unnerving sign of the militarization of domestic law enforcement.
The late night and pre-dawn exercises, which will involve the 3rd Special Forces Group out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, have been running since May 8 and will conclude on Friday.
Previous exercises conducted by the 3rd Special Forces Group, seen in the video above, show troops conducting house to house raids and arresting individuals at gunpoint.
Residents in Lower Richland County have been warned that they may encounter military vehicles and â€œhear ordinance being set off or shots being fired.â€
According to Sheriff Leon Lott, â€œDeputies will provide simulated scenarios for the military,â€ while Richmond County will provide, â€œan ideal location for training that cannot be replicated at Fort Bragg.â€
During a similar drill last year, journalists were barred from reporting on the exercise.
Concerns over drills such as this have heightened since the announcement of Jade Helm, a nationwide military exercise set to begin in July during which troops will operate undercover amongst local populations.
Footage captured by a local during a dirty bomb exercise in Richmond, California earlier this month shows National Guard troops pushing irate citizens away with batons before one of the protest group states, â€œIâ€™m a sovereign citizen, I refuse to recognize you guys, I refuse to recognize you.â€
Disturbing video out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida in March also showed military and law enforcement practicing the internment of citizens during martial-law style training.
Video out of Ontario, California also shows Guard troops marching down residential streets while practicing traffic control.
Last month we also reported on a Marines drill at the Naval Weapons Station in Yorktown, Virginia during which angry protesters were kept at bay by armed troops.