Small communities generally employ their own in local, state and federal government entities. FEMA claims they train their agents NOT to get involved in community problems. One agent was married into the main family that decided to display hate and block all disaster services to a neighbor they chose not to like. It likens itself to a pack of wild dogs attacking the weakest of the weak. Whatever the reason, they did it and managed to infiltrate several government entities to get away with it. The outragous thing about their actions and allegations, nothing proved to be true. They lied. The community managed to involve the tax office to gain access to a constituent's personal information, They took that information and used it when calling the FEMA disaster fraud hotline to file their complaints, in the days, weeks and months following Hurricane Katrina's landfall in 2005. The plan was in place on September 4th 2005. FEMA was fully vested, on the ground and in charge as the breach was unfolding. Photo Credit: nola.com
There's a handful of money families that allegedly control the county. The locals had tried occupying sections of the property and managed to get water and electric services provided to a mobile home they put on one of the lots. A mistake they claimed, when a land surveyor served them official notice to vacate the property within 30 days. Pearl River County Sheriff's Dept. protected them as long as they could. One or more family members were employed by the sheriff's dept.
You have other community members that were employed in several local government entities. They had to have access to property owners personal identifying information through the local tax office and courthouse. Combined with those who were employed with the sheriff's dept. they had it pretty much covered. Board of Alderman's had at least one member who was thought to be related. The volunteer fire dept., E911 had a employee who wasn't related but served as a dispatcher to the community for information she received through taking emergency calls. She talked a lot.
AT&T had employees that were connected to the people in the neighborhood and chose to become a part of the retaliation. Everyone that chose to be a part had to either lie, or become a part of the many conspiracy's that were uncovered during the massive investigation they had launched at the federal level through FEMA and USDHS. They all made telephone calls to the FEMA fraud line to make false allegations. Those recorded phone calls did block all services. None of the phone calls proved to be true. "I can't see the houses for all of the phone calls." said the investigator. He implied that the people had made repeated phone calls and that the complaints were all nearly identical in substance and content.. #Conspiracy.
Learn about the "tricks of the trade" FEMA in Mississippi has used in the past when blocking disaster related services to residents. If you feel you are a victim of discrimination, report it to USDHS.
It was fraud, plain and simple, and to date, they've gotten away with it.
It's time to bring those involved to justice. 13 FEMA agents took an oath to protect and serve citizens of this country.
ALL 13 violated their oath.