We printed our source, http://www.kulr8.com/news/local/61320122.htmlhttp://www.kulr8.com/news/local/61320122.html, and who we received it from.
We also found stories on other mainstream media such as:
Subsequent to our posting we also found this American Police Force website which had been taken down and replaced with this one.
Visit the first link and you will see the following:
- International Services
- American Police Force has years of experience and vast global resources to provide timely and professional international investigation services. Our highly trained staff will discover information that fits your needs to get the answers you need. Some of our services include kidnappings for ransom, INTL Air Marshalls, Security for convoys in Iraq, Pakistan + More!
Shades of WTF????????
Needless to say we were taken aback. So we contacted KULR8 news to ask a few questions and were handed over to Danielle, who admits that her phone has been ringing off the hook regarding this story.
To about every question we asked her, the response was, "that is currently being questioned".
When we asked her if anyone was looking into charging the "American Police Force" with impersonating a police officer she did not know.
When we asked her if the whole town of Hardin, Montana was being scammed she responded they were looking into it.
We asked if they had contacted the American Police Force, which she states they had but, "They are not telling us much?"
They will however be posting more info as they get it.
We then contacted American Police force at
888/647/3001WEST COAST TOLL FREE:
and were immediately put on speaker phone.
We asked about Hardin, Montana and they gave me a public relations person to call (garbled) I then asked them about there website (the one know longer up) that suggest they will kidnap people.
They got angry and hollered, "We do not kidnap people" and hung up.
So will this story continue? We hope so. We find it fascinating.
Now we have had our credibility questioned and asked why we would even publish such a story.
Here's the gig. We live in the small city of St. Marks. We have no police department and are covered by the county Sheriffs Dept. Should we wake up one day to see SUV's running around with St. Marks
Police Department on them we would be quite concerned. Even more so if we heard it on the news.
We have been wrong on this site before and copped to it. We are not infallible. We will be wrong again. And when we are, we will cop to it. As it currently stands we do not yet know what the truth of this story is. Hell Apparently Hardin, Montana does not know. But as any followers of this site know,
we will find out! Stay tuned.Add to Technorati Favorites