Kurt Nimmo
September 23, 2011

Infowars.com reporter Darrin McBreen reported today outside Denver’s Mile High Stadium that the facility would be used for “processing activities,” according to a handout.

The handout is a news advisory disturbed to press by authorities in Colorado. It states that a “terrorist-driven catastrophic situation” will include the “processing” of students:

Catholic Charities and Sports Authority Field at Mile High will participate in an administrative fashion to test student/teacher processing activities.

“In terms of the drill or even real events, the goal is to get everybody here to reunify with their parents,” Scott Snow, director of the Victims Assistance Unit of the Denver Police, told Infowars.com.

Darrin McBreen talked with a Denver firefighter on a security detail who admitted that she was playing the role of a mother who was at the stadium to pick up fictitious children. She had a print-out of fifth or sixth grade kids, according to McBreen. The woman said she was instructed not to talk with the media and her comments were off the record.

An employee confirmed that the south entrance and tunnel of the stadium would be used to bus children in for processing. Buses were spotted at the location with digital destination banners reading “Special,” according to Aaron Dykes.

As Alex Jones has noted in his documentaries, and William Lewis has documented in his film, Camp FEMA, the supposed disaster response agency has the authority to round up people and relocate them to designated facilitates, including sports stadiums, under a number of executive orders.

Federal exercises have specifically targeted children on a number of occasions, most infamously in Muskegon, Michigan. In 2004, a Michigan county concocted a scenario in which public school children were threatened by a fictitious radical group that believed everyone should be home-schooled, WorldNetDaily reported. The exercise was funded by homeland security grants to area school districts and Muskegon county.

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