Elberta Utah NWO Prison

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I took a drive by of the so called New World Order Prison facilities about 10 miles north of Elberta, Utah on the south side of Utah Lake. The facilitie is about a half mile from the main road. The fence around it is very tall, maybe about 25 feet tall. The upper part of the fence curves in to prevent anyone climbing over trying to escape.

Nothing is visible inside the fence, so the facilities probably are under ground. A Semi truck just happened to leave from the prison. As it turned out the main gate, it took the turn very fast, an indication the truck was empty, and had been unloaded.

There is also another second fence around the whole complex with that fence running along the main road. This fence is 8 feet tall with barbed wire on the top. Most fences with barbed wire on the top has the barbed wire curve out, to prevent anyone from the outside from climbing over. However the barbed wire on this fence is curved in, as to prevent anyone climbing over from the inside.

There are no signs by the main gate indicating what the facility is. There is no Guard at the main gate. I have been told that as you go through that gate, you are always approached by a Guard and you're told to leave. All in all, the whole thing looks very suspicious! The Prison is located in the middle of nowhere. Why that prison is there, is anyone's guess.

-- ... (...@...com), June 17, 2000


FWIW - unable to verify yet

was just told that a large contract has been let for the building of a prison to hold 300+ inmates in Kane County, Utah, which lies east of Cedar City.

I'm told that the current 10 bed facility is almost never occupied, yet a new 300 occupant facility is being constructed.

-- Perry Arnett (pjarnett@pdqnet.net), June 18, 2000.


I wouldn't be all that suprised. These are big money makers. We have a situation where the existing state facilities are overcrowded and many of the jails in small rural counties can't meet basic human requirements; hence, they must house inmates elsewhere or face law suits. I know that some counties here are making big bucks housing inmates from elsewhere.

Best wishes,,,

-- Z1X4Y7 (Z1X4Y7@aol.com), June 18, 2000.

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