PAONIA, Colorado (AP) -- Three youngsters were missing and 16 other people
were injured after a fiery explosion that destroyed a remote mountain lodge
as people started arriving for a family reunion, authorities said Sunday.
The three missing youngsters, ages 3, 12, and 15, were all from the same
family, Delta County Sheriff Fred McKee said.
"We are very concerned that they were last seen in the lodge," he said.
The explosion Saturday at the Electric Mountain Lodge may have been caused
by propane, which was used for heating, the sheriff said.
Authorities on Sunday afternoon called off the active search for the three.
The charred rubble was still too hot for searchers to enter the lodge, and
snow made it impossible to get heavy search equipment to the site.
The sheriff declined to say whether the youngsters were presumed dead.
"This situation is certainly very grave," he said. "We have no one actively
looking anywhere but at the scene."
The missing children were from the same extended family that owned the
lodge, McKee said. Their names were not released.
Steve Douglas, one of the lodge's co-owners, was tending bar when he heard
an explosion. He told The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel that he believed
there was a gas leak under one of the adjacent condominiums.
Douglas' fiancee was on the third floor of the lodge when the explosion
occurred. "She rode it down like an elevator," he said of the building's
collapse. The couple both escaped without injury.
A family reunion was scheduled for the building. "Luckily, everyone hadn't
arrived. It was pretty vacant at the time," Douglas said.
Because the lodge in the Gunnison National Forest on the western slopes of
the Rockies is isolated by heavy snow, helicopters took injured people off
the mountain while ground crews used tracked vehicles to ferry emergency
medical teams to the site.
The lodge, about 230 miles southwest of Denver, has 12 rooms that sleep up
to 34 people, according to its Web site. It also has three condos, but
McKee said it was his understanding that the condos were still standing.
Injuries ranged from burns and smoke inhalation to "serious compound
fractures," according to officials
March 23, 2005
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Russian Subscribers
What Does it Mean
Reports are reaching us today, from Russian Intelligence sources, which say
that the United States Military Secret Police Force, the Strategic Support
Branch (SSB), and modeled after the Nazi Military's Secret Military Police
Force known as the Schutzstaffel (SS), has begun operations in the United
States to suppress the growing instances of internal dissent to that
countries military regime.
This is the first instance, to our knowledge, that the American SSB has
begun their long expected reign of terror upon the American people with
this past weekends bombing in the United States Region of Colorado of a
small village named Paonia, and of which 3 children were murdered.
From the United States Newspaper, The Denver Post we can read in their
report titled "Paonia grieves for child victims of lodge blast", that says,
"Authorities sifted for bodies and clues Monday in the charred rubble of a
mountain lodge while family and townspeople grieved for the three
youngsters believed killed in Saturday's explosion. "These were all our
children," said Mildred Hudspeth, a 68-year-old homemaker who was shopping
downtown Monday afternoon. Hudspeth said she cried Sunday morning when she
heard that the children apparently perished in the blast or the fire that
Not being reported about this event to the American people however is the
true reason that this small village had been targeted by the SSB.
As reported by the United States Organization called "Bill Of Rights
Defense Committee", this small and courageous American village had dare to
challenge their militaristic leaders by the passing of a Resolution
denouncing their loss of freedoms and further instructing their local
police forces to, and as their Resolution states:
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF
1) The Town of Paonia has been, and remains, firmly committed to the
protection of civil rights and liberties for all people.
2) The Town of Paonia affirms the following principles:
a. Every person has the right to be free from unreasonable search and
seizure, as clearly stated in the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.
b. Neither stops, nor arrests may be made without establishing reasonable
suspicion or probable cause that a crime has been committed or is about to
c. Every person has a right to equal protection under the law and the right
not to be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law, and
d. Every person has the right to free speech and freedom of association as
provided under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution and
court opinions thereon.
3) That when the Paonia Police Department engage in public safety
intelligence gathering as part of law enforcement and of national security,
it intends such intelligence gathering comply with the following policy: no
information about political, religious or social views, associations, or
activities shall be collected unless the information relates to public
safety concerns or suspicion of criminal activity or the potential for
4) That the Town of Paonia affirms it commitment to human and civil rights
and to unbiased policing as expressed in the policies of the Paonia Police
Department, which firmly adheres to the principle that no law enforcement
agency, or other Town agency may profile or discriminate against any person
solely on the basis of ancestry, race, ethnicity, national origin, color,
age sex, sexual orientation, gender variance, marital status, physical or
mental disability, or religion, nor shall Town agencies assist other
agencies in practices that violate these policies.
5) That the Town of Paonia affirms its strong opposition to terrorism, yet
also affirms that any efforts to end terrorism should not be waged at the
expense of essential civil rights and liberties of the people of the Town
of Paonia, the United States of America and the World.
6) That the Paonia Town Clerk attest and affix the seal of the Town of
Paonia to this Resolution and that a copy be transmitted to President
George W. Bush, Attorney General Alfredo Gonzales, and Governor Bill Owens.
To the militaristic rulers of the United States there is much fear towards
their rural areas as the American citizens who live in them are seen to be
more and more resisting their loss of freedoms, increasing un-payable
debts, loss of jobs, petty laws to numerous to name, know, or ever have
hope of being obeyed and the continuing march of conquest throughout the
world their military leaders are intent upon.
As reported this past January, 2005, about the SSB, and as reported by the
American Newspaper the Washington Post in their article titled, "Secret
Unit Expands Rumsfeld's Domain/New Espionage Branch Delving Into CIA
Territory", it is said, "The Pentagon, expanding into the CIA's historic
bailiwick, has created a new espionage arm and is reinterpreting U.S. law
to give Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld broad authority over
clandestine operations abroad, according to interviews with participants
and documents obtained by The Washington Post. The previously undisclosed
organization, called the Strategic Support Branch, arose from Rumsfeld's
written order to end his "near total dependence on CIA"
Ever mindful to make sure that they are following the 'law' in this latest
crackdown on internal dissent, and exactly like their Nazi Germany
counterparts of the last century who were equally fastidious towards their
'laws', a United States historical organization named the Center for
Cooperative Research, has detailed the significance of the SSB and its
military organization by showing, "[These types of organizations] must
report to Congress all 'deployment orders,' or formal instructions from the
Joint Chiefs of Staff to position US forces for combat. But [the
guidelines] ... state that special operations forces (SSB) may 'conduct
clandestine HUMINT operations . . . before publication' of a deployment
order, rendering notification unnecessary. Pentagon lawyers also define the
'war on terror' as ongoing, indefinite and global in scope."
Not being understood by many naive Americans this evening is that their own
country, the United States, is a part of the 'globe', and as the grieving
mothers and grandmothers in Paonia, Colorado can well attest to as they lay
their dead babies into the ground.
To the power of this new American secret police unit, the SSB, to follow
only those laws they choose, or none at all, is again a repeat of their
Nazi counterparts, and as we can read about them from the British History
Learning Site, and which says:
"In Nazi Germany the police were allowed to arrest people on suspicion that
they were about to do wrong. This gave the police huge powers. All local
police units had to draw up a list of people in their locality who might be
suspected of being "Enemies of the State". This list was given to the
Gestapo - the Secret Police. The Gestapo had the power to do as it liked.
In 1936, the Gestapo Law meant that the activities of the Gestapo were free
from any review by courts of law. This law effectively meant that the
Gestapo became a law unto themselves. This non-uniformed branch of the SS
became justifiably feared just as the visible presence of the black
uniformed SS men did."
To even watch on television the scenes from American life today is like
looking back into the darkest parts of Nazi Germany where always there was
the presence of the Black Suited, Nazi Helmeted and machine gun carrying
Police Forces. And not to the protection of the American people these Black
Suited SSB forces are either! But, and again, like their Nazi counterparts
of last century these Black Police Forces are for the protection of their
government buildings against their own citizens, the smashing into of their
citizens home in the dark of night to remove them to the camps of labor and
extermination, the barrier that stands between the citizens of America and
their ability to travel, but most of all because of the fearful image, and
reminder, they serve to a population that all resistance is futile against
To the brave souls of the small village of Paonia, Colorado though, and as
their babies are laid to rest, not even the fearful retribution by their
brutal military authorities was able to stop them from proclaiming their
rights as free people.
They should never be forgotten by the world, and it is assured that the
American people themselves do not even know about this, and even if they
did would not care. Because as I had previously stated to you in my report
titled "Like Nazi Germany, And To the Worlds Horror, the United States
Begins Murders of Sick Children and Disabled", news has reached us once
again that shows the American peoples intention to begin the mass slaughter
of their disabled by the continuing starving to death of an invalid against
the wishes of her crying parents.
How well these insane Americans have learned the math problem found in
every Nazi Germany school child's book:
"To keep a mentally ill person costs approximately 4 marks a day. There are
300,000 mentally ill people in care. How much do these people cost to keep
in total? How many marriage loans of 1000 marks could be granted with this
In Remembrance of these American Martyrs: Isaac Michael Watkins, age 2
Leslie Ann Bilbrey, age 12 Jamie Marie Reade, age 16
We must never forget.
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