US Army Orders Riot Gear As Build Up For Civil Unrest and Eventual Martial Law Continues
By Alex Thomas
July 30, 2012
An early June 2012 solicitation posted on the FedBizOpps.gov website details the US Armies need and eventual purchase of a wide variety of riot control gear including riot shields, batons, and body armor.
The contract, eventually awarded to A2Z Supply Corp, lines up directly with a long line of reports, drills, purchases, and statements that indicate that the federal government is preparing for an eventual large scale confrontation or civil war with the American people.
The order came a little more than a month after the even more recent solicitation and purchase by the Department of Homeland Security of around 150 sets of riot gear with a mere 15 day delivery period.
The solicitation was posted on July 25, 2012 with a response date of July 26, 2012 and delivery a mere 15 days later.
The items required are: 147 “Upper Body and Shoulder Protection” which are brand name or equal to “Centurion Soft Shell Riot Control System (CPX2500),” along with 152 “Thigh-Groin Protector” brand name or equivalent to “Centurion TPX200,” 156 “Forearm Protectors” brand name or equivalent to “Centurion (FP100),” and 147 units of “Hard Shell Shin Guards” brand name or equivalent to “Centurion (TS70),” 147 carry bags brand name or equivalent to Exotech (E4), 147 tactical gloves brand name or equivalent to “Damascus (DMZ333),” and 147 riot helmets brand name or equivalent to “MaxPro (TR1000).”