This is a story that is just too sick for words.
As of publication, police are saying they have searched and secured an apparent homeless encampment discovered by advocates for homeless veterans that has some very creepy features.
Veterans on Patrol, a group that supports homeless veterans, stumbled upon the camp in Tuscon last Tuesday, but upon inspection of the site, they quickly realized it was far from anything they’d dealt with before.
The Gateway Pundit reported on Sunday:
In the middle of the desert, they found trees with restraints on them at the site, children’s clothing, a baby crib, a stroller, an outdoor bathroom, pornographic material, hair dye and a five feet tall underground cave that had a dresser and crates. The cave the was not big enough for an adult, but a child could easily fit inside.
They quickly located local authorities as well as the Veterans 4 Child Rescue Foundation, a non-profit that works to expose and put an end to child trafficking.
Local police, however, have investigated and said they see no signs of child trafficking. They’ve turned over the case to detectives.
But the plot thickens: The Gateway Pundit reported on Monday that the encampment was discovered on property owned by CEMEX, a construction company affiliated with the Clinton Foundation.
The land on which the bunker was found is owned by Cemex Construction Materials South, LLLC., a multinational building materials company in Mexico and partner of the Clinton Global Initiative.
CEMEX received a $7 million contract from the Clinton Global Initiative to build houses in Haiti during Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State in 2012, nearly two and half years after the quake.
According to federal lobbying disclosures, Cemex donated $25,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
The police and the local activists are also telling different stories. While police claim, according to PJ media, that they searched the area on Saturday, but groups on site, posting to Facebook, claim they only just searched on Monday.
This is a local news story that shows police on site, posted to YouTube this morning:
It does not say when the footage of police at the site was taken but it seems most likely that the report was filmed over the weekend.
But the images of the camp are hard to deny:
This is the kind of disturbing situation we’re encountering as we film #CONTRALAND to alert Americans to what’s happening with children right here in the USA. This was a call-out we got last night. Check it out‼️ Thanks to #AZBR & #VOP for the heads up. 🇺🇸 #V4CR #EndChildTrafficking #HealTheUSA
Posted by Craig "Sawman" Sawyer on Wednesday, May 30, 2018
We have been speaking to locals in the area and will keep you posted on new developments!