American Police Force - Hardin, Montana Under Siege


American Police Force - Hardin, Montana Under Siege

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Exposed: American Police Force Is A Blackwater Front Group


Hardin, Montana, tip of the iceberg?

Desperate times call for desperate measures. This is most likely the culprit in the situation now unfolding in Hardin, Montana. All across America, small towns are struggling to survive. Many rural areas have discovered the correctional industry as an easy fix for hard economic times. However, a look behind the scenes reveals that this small country town may have got more than it bargained for.

Private security firms like Wackenhut have been around for years and although they may have raised an eyebrow, no one thought too much of a private company overseeing the containment of prison inmates. After all, it provided jobs and nobody seems to be getting hurt.

(AP photo)


Suspicion was aroused in Hardin when a number of Mercedes were spotted with an unfamiliar decal and the words "Hardin Police" prominently displayed. This along with the fact that the new correctional facility was abuzz with fresh activity prompted some questions. Problems began to arise when questions were asked and answers were not provided.

The facility had been under controversy since it had been built as a detention facility but did not meet the requirements for a correctional facility. Once the building was completed, Hardin officials were unable to secure a contract for the facility. Enter APF. Details remain sketchy about "American Police Force"; however, in an article in the Helenair newspaper, a source from APF revealed that his boss was retired U.S. Army colonel Richard Culver. Thanks to some investigative snooping by Ron Paul supporters from the, particularly  "Liberty_Belle", on the connection between the American Police Force and Richard Culver, he is an executive with the security firm International SOS out of Trevose, PA. Culver is profiled in's "Job of the Week" spotlight which states that in this particular job one could expect to earn between $100,000 to $350,000 annually. Not only does ISOS provide security services it touts itself as the world's largest "medical and security assistance company". In fact, it is keeping tabs on the swine flu pandemic and has its own "pandemic preparedness" page. Two items of note on this page under the topic "International SOS Capability" are "Medical Evacuation" and "RMR Capability".

Whether or not APF's duties were to extend beyond the detention facility is unclear. It is also unclear as to the relationship between APF and International SOS, other than sharing a security director. However, one disturbing fact regarding International SOS is that it is listed as a member of the International Peace Operations Association, which at one time provided an umbrella for Blackwater, and currently resides over Dyncorp as well as numerous other security and medical agencies. The IPOA's Wikipedia page defines the group as "created to support the burgeoning private military industry." For one, I am uncomfortable with the "burgeoning" of this particular industry, but maybe I have watched too many superhero movies lately.

What is disturbing in all of this is the growing trend which the government displays in "outsourcing"  the fundamental responsibilities it has under the Constitution; namely, "to promote the general welfare, and to provide for the common defense". In a recent report, Moshe Schwartz, Specialist in Defense Acquisition, reported that the U.S. Department of Defense had 200,000 contractors and 194,000 military troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. He further states that,

DOD officials have stated that the military’s experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, coupled with Congressional attention and legislation, has focused DOD’s attention on the importance of contractors to operational success.

In other words, Congress is well aware that contractors now outnumber U.S. militiary forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. The use of civilian personnel during war raises numerous concerns. Not only the obvious concerns regarding logistics, discipline, safety and protocol, but concerns regarding the reporting of

casualties and overall progress of the campaign. The reported torture of Iraqi prisoners, for example, takes on a completely different focus with the introduction of mercenary groups.

Overseas activities are not the only areas of concern regarding these para-military organizations. During Katrina, Blackwater troops were used extensively and were placed in positions of having to disarm American citizens. What are the ramifications of a private, civilian army violating the first and second amendment rights of American citizens for the purpose of financial gain? Numerous officers during the recent protests at the G 20 summit in Pittsburgh were unable to be identified by insignia. Undoubtedly, they were contracted by a private agency such as International SOS.

Ron Paul has stated that government does provide a function which is defined by the Constitution. It is for this purpose that we collectively authorize the government. We do not give authorization with the understanding that these essential functions will be "outsourced", whether by a Democrat or Republican administration.

Update: Justin Elliott of TPMMuckraker reports that APF contracted the facility for purposes of training for law enforcement sniper operations and DNA testing. Update II: AP reporter Matthew Brown reports APF "Captain" has checkered past, contract elaborate scam.

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Comment by J. Patriot on November 22, 2010 at 12:38pm
I was disgusted when I saw the video of the young couple being attacked when they were clearly backing away and were not a threat to police. I'm a Deputy in Texas and I know the use of force continuum, and they were totaly out of line! This makes all of us look bad, but there is still some of us out there that believe in the US Constitution and doing our jobs to protect the innocent without violating people's civil liberties.
Comment by Burbia on July 19, 2010 at 12:54am
SMART Program used to search residences without warrants...
Comment by Burbia on July 19, 2010 at 12:36am
"Marines Show Cops How To Take On the Drug Dealers Selling 'Taliban' Drugs". This story tells of military training for middle east wars in Los Angeles and the war on drugs. In the mirror world of NWO elite, what really might be happening is the opposite.
Comment by truth on October 21, 2009 at 3:57am
Comment by Localtarian on October 20, 2009 at 1:50pm
Comment by Localtarian on October 17, 2009 at 5:32pm
Looks Like Camp San Luis Obispo (California) has been hit up by the APF. Check out this video I shot the other day. Police training at a National Guard base, WITH the National Guard.
Comment by Prof. F. V. Pennese on October 17, 2009 at 3:01am





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Comment by truth on October 15, 2009 at 3:47pm
Comment by truth on October 14, 2009 at 1:11pm
Attorney General Drops Investigation Into APF


Wednesday, Oct 14th, 2009

Montana’s Attorney General dropped his investigation in to California-based security company American Police Force Tuesday.

A statement released by Montana’s Attorney General Steve Bullock said the goal was to guarantee that, “No Montanans were taken advantage of or conned by this company.”

Since Michael Hilton and APF ended plans to do business in the state, Bullock’s office decided to suspend its inquiry. Officials asked APF to release documents about their funding, current contracts and corporate backing. APF did not provide these documents.

Spokeswoman Becky Shay said the company faxed the AG a one-page letter saying APF did no business in Montana other than to negotiate the jail contract, which they discontinued.

Bullock’s statement concludes, “Mr. Hilton’s failure to answer these simple questions about his company speaks volumes about his company’s legitimacy.”

Comment by truth on October 13, 2009 at 11:32pm

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