FEMA Camp ‘Freedom’ Houses over 800 Citizens in Oceanport as New York Opens Prison for Displaced Individuals
The FEMA Camp (tent city) dubbed “Camp Freedom” is home to over 800 citizens in the Martial Law controlled region of New Jersey that was devastated by the recent super storm.
By Shepard Ambellas
November 10, 2012
OCEANPORT — No media is allowed into “Camp Freedom” as the government is afraid the truth will reach the masses. City and government buses have been converted to transport displaced civilians and emergency workers into the camp as a major snow squall and bad weather continue to plague the region.
Martial law is still in effect.
Military, FEMA and the Red Cross are on scene inside the camp perimeter.
The third world conditions at “Camp Freedom” are despicable to say the least as residents have stated:
“Everybody is angry over here. It’s like being prison,” said Sotelo, who grew up in Wayne. “I’ve been working since I was 10. I’ve been on my own since I was 16. And for things to be so bad that it’s pissing me off, that tells you something.”, according to app.com.