MS~FEMA  ruled guilty in 2007
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FEMA: the inner workings

State FEMA Document deception.

Posted by [email protected] on December 13, 2014 at 10:30 AM

I imagine the state entity's are allowed to use the FEMA logo and utilize return addresses in Washington and Maryland to give the impression that you are still dealing with the federal government. It's very important to look at and read the front and the back of every document you receive. There's information that has to be sent to you by law, advising you of your rights. The state may not want disaster victims to be aware of certain things.  In at least one confirmed case, this information was printed on the back side of a document and was printed in white ink. Almost impossible to detect. It's not their fault you couldn't see it or weren't able to read it. That's their position. Some of these agents are pros in deception. The less money that is spent on the disaster victims means the more the state can keep for other infrastructure needs and wish lists

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