photobucket — note: illustration is a modern guillotine, but not the one seen in the story below.
Steve, he understands the situation but he already got in trouble from this situation back then along with another guy and they were interrogated for 3 hours for simply doing there jobs.
There was actually a group of them which saw what was going on and knew something was not right, they had far too many private contractors in uniform with the same BDU’s as they had, in fact you could not tell them apart except for one colorful patch which he could not make out
They were doing a sweep operation of the base and checking the place all over when they came across an open door with some crates inside left unguarded so they went in to see what was going on.
First the guillotines:
They were guarded by private contractors – not by our military – it was in 2005 at Fort Devens
The base was in the process of closing but also rebuilding at the same time
He saw truck loads of concertina wire being hauled in and building materials too but at the same time they were shipping out the military units and closing the base, the more troops which left the more private contractors came in.
They guarded the items they would not allow the troops to see or even get near.
They had about 14 crates all comprising a number of guillotines but no idea on the number of actual units; he did see and touch one of them partially assembled. Description: STAINLESS STEEL BLADE THAT WAS VERY HEAVY DUTY AND INTERCHANGEABLE.IT WAS POWERED BY A HYDRAULIC RAM IT HAD NO CABLE OR ROPES.THE BLADE IS HOUSED IN A FRAMEWORK THAT WAS POWDER COATED BLACK.HEIGHT 7′ HIGH 3.5-4 FEET WIDE.THE WRITING ON THE UNOPENED CRATES WAS ARABIC.TUNE IN TO NIGHT WITH HAGMANN AND HAGMANN –WAIT TILL YOU HEAR THE REST OF THIS EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT-ITS OTHER WORDLY!