Homeless in Florida are segregated, deported to unknown locations as Hurricane Irma approaches

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Homeless in Florida are segregated, deported to unknown locations as Hurricane Irma approaches
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Newsflash: Central Florida 12:30 pm Saturday September 9, 2017 Homeless in Florida are segregated, deported to unknown locations as Hurricane Irma approaches
Newsflash: Central Florida
 
12:30 pm Saturday September 9, 2017
 
Homeless in Florida are segregated, deported to unknown locations as Hurricane Irma approaches
 
Poor and homeless people who were standing in line to register at community shelters today have been systematically separated out from the lineups by police and transported to unknown locations. 
 
An eyewitness at a school shelter in Flagler County reported this morning,
 
"There were a dozen or so of these guys in line, mostly men and a few women, some of them in wheel chairs. The cops got on the blower and read out a bunch of names and told them they all had to get on the bus that just pulled up, it was a local school bus. One of the guys whose name was called objected and asked why it was only the homeless being put on the bus. Two cops immediately grabbed him and forced him on.  A lady in a wheel chair started screaming and demanding to know where they were going. I asked one of the cops and he said to the local Salvation Army. But after they forced them on the bus and it left I called my auntie on my cell and she drove by the only Sally Ann in the area and there was no school bus there, the place was all locked up and boarded up against the storm."
 
A staff member at a community center shelter in Volusia County confirmed today that an "arrangement" had been made to have anyone either homeless or on social assistance sheltered in "separate facilities". But the staff member gave no indication where those facilities were or why the transportees had no choice in the matter and were forcibly culled out of the lines by police.
 
Natural disasters and public events are hot spots for the forced disappearances of the homeless, children and targeted individuals. More than 250 homeless people disappeared off the streets of Vancouver, Canada during the 2010 Olympics and were never seen again. Hundreds of Haitian children vanished at the hands of "disaster relief" agencies in the wake of several recent hurricanes there.
 
ITCCS field workers in Florida are commencing a search for the missing homeless people of central Florida. Anyone with knowledge of these disappeared should contact our office at the email below. More updates will follow.
 
Issued by ITCCS USA New York City Field Office
09/09/2017 1230 hrs