Wall Street is buying 911 emergency services and giving homes color-coded threat ratings

Thursday, August 11, 2016
By Paul Martin

MassPrivatei.blogspot.com
Aug 11, 2016

A NY Times article reveals, private equity firms (corporate raiders) have been buying 911 services across the country!

Since the 2008 mortgage crisis, private equity firms have increasingly taken over a wide array of emergency services like 911. They also own two of the biggest ambulance companies in the country, according to the article they own at least 10 more ambulance companies.

States like KY, NC, DC, MO, CA, FL, KS, IL, IA and UT have or are considering privatizing their ambulances services.

Wall Street’s movement into emergency services is terrifying.

Law professor Michelle Anderson warns, “We’re reaching new lows in public safety services… private equity firms are not philanthropists.”

The Rest…HERE

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