German transport trucks & Russian soldiers - what’s going on in the Smoky Mountains?

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By Douglas J. Hagmann

15 November 2013:  A listener to The Hagmann & Hagmann Report observed an interesting, if not disconcerting event in a small town that borders the Smoky Mountains. A German soldier transport truck, complete with the Balkenkreuz der Deutschen Streitkräfte emblem (a World War II insignia of the German armed forces) on the driver’s door, being driven into the Smoky Mountains. According to this listener, the driver appeared of Russian origin and seemed extremely nervous at the gaze of this listener.  Thinking quickly, the listener snapped several pictures, some of which are presented here.

Although the pictures do not show the driver’s attire, he appeared to be wearing an “odd shaped helmet - not a U.S. issued helmet” while operating the vehicle. Once observing the camera, perhaps, the driver hastened away toward the Smoky Mountains.

Note: Clicking the images will enlarge them.

According to this source, there are daily helicopter transports to and from a specific area in the Smoky Mountains, close or perhaps to and from an area controlled by the UN under their Biodiversity project - or possibly a site controlled by the United States military.

The question is… what is going on with foreign troops on U.S. soil, and why aren’t the citizens being told?



truck rear

truck back

The photos are from a member of “Hagmann’s Heroes,” an informal group of individuals - listeners to The Hagmann & Hagmann Report - committed to searching for truth and exposing lies…