FBI finds FEMA supplies in Trash Container

FBI finds FEMA supplies in Trash Container

Video Shows Where Puerto Rico’s Aid Went
(Spoiler: It’s In A Dumpster In Puerto Rico)

In light of the outcry from one particularly vocal Democratic mayor in Puerto Rico about relief efforts after Hurricane Maria, a video is quickly making its way across the internet purportedly showing what happened to many of the supplies sent to help the locals who were devastated by the storm.The video’s description reads, “Fully packed meals in Trash Dumpster in Patilla, P.R. and Starvation still in effect in most of the island”:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=80&v=ygGlKSy6RMU 

The video shows a man shocked to find what looks like a shipping container-sized bin filled with box after box of unopened meals that have been discarded. When the camera pans, you can see a semi-truck trailer right behind the dumpster, begging the question, “Did those supplies go straight from the truck to the trash?”It turns out the man in the dumpster happens to be the Secretary of State of Puerto Rico, Luis Rivera Marin.Marin states: “We got tipped about the mishandling of some of the supplies in a distribution center in Patilla, and we were able to corroborate what we didn’t want to see. In a garbage dump truck we found pallets full of meals ready to be distributed at one time but now all spoiled. They were left under the rain in the open air under the sun subject to rodents and animals.”

https://www.facebook.com/noticias247pr/videos/10155733168944857/

Just two weeks ago, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz gave an impassioned speech calling out President Trump for what she sees as sub-par relief efforts while standing in front of pallets of unopened supplies donated by companies.







More here: The Dailywire and here: PR informa


Correction: The title of the original article from Puerto Rico labeled the large container as a dumpster. It is actually a trailer with pallets of water and also MRE’s that were not unloaded. There is so much trash in the trailer, it gives the appearance of a dumpster. Regardless, the Secretary of State of Puerto Rico was upset as he waded thru the mess.

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Comments

  1. Cobbler 19 October, 2017, 10:37

    If true than looks like possible Racketeering and RICO. The throwing away of the humanitarian aid would create a non-existent problem.

    Originally, and often still specifically, a racket was a criminal act in which the perpetrator or perpetrators offer a service that is fraudulently offered to solve a non-existent problem, or a service that will not be put into effect, or that would not otherwise exist if the racket did not exist

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    • Cobbler 19 October, 2017, 12:03

      Clarification: Non existent problem may have been created, but was a service provided as a result of the aid being thrown away?

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  2. Peggy 19 October, 2017, 11:12

    No way should any more be sent to P.R. Until,their government officials get this straightened out, what happened to our plane load of volunteer truck drivers who were going there to distribute goods when it was announced the P.R. Teamsters had staged a strike..?

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    • kodster 19 October, 2017, 16:38

      The truck drivers came home within 72 hours, because they were not being used. They were standing by to distribute those supplies, but the San Juan mayor never let them in to distribute it. Neither was she allowing the US military there in to help, either. They can’t go in unless they have permission from the local governmental authorizes.

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  3. Hunter 19 October, 2017, 12:27

    MRE has a shelf life of 25 years. It is the same food our soldiers eat daily. The only way to make it spoil is to put it into a dump and let scavenger animals get to it.
    I suspect political interest or the corruption of the union truckers will be found to be the cause. Either way they don’t give a damn about the well-being of the rest of the people.

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  4. bob 19 October, 2017, 12:55

    Youtube is blocking the video.

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    • Nancy Oakley Author 19 October, 2017, 13:57

      I couldn’t get either video to post correctly last night. That’s why there is only a link. On the youtube one, it is apparently set now to start one second before the end. If you quickly click on the arrow at the bottom left, it should play the whole video.

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  5. Nancy Oakley Author 19 October, 2017, 14:38

    Correction: The title of the original article from Puerto Rico labeled the large container as a dumpster. It is actually a trailer with pallets of water and also MRE’s that were not unloaded. There is so much trash in the trailer, it gives the appearance of a dumpster. Regardless, the Secretary of State of Puerto Rico was upset as he waded thru the mess.

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    • Cobbler 19 October, 2017, 15:08

      There you go. WOW!! I think this may be some type of BS. Probably looks that way because it was being unloaded. Time to walk away.

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    • Tom Woody 19 October, 2017, 16:12

      Please, let’s not sensationalize the story. There are maybe a half dozen empty boxes in this TRAILER along with many pallets of food and water.
      This looks like someone tried to open wet boxes, and left the boxes in the trailer. a 2 minute clean up.
      This is a poor attempt to make someone look bad.
      This entire article should be removed from the site, as it is an obvious fake sensationalized story.

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  6. Donna 19 October, 2017, 15:39

    They are bitching about aid not getting there fast enough but the supplies wind up in a dumpster. Seriously there is something very wrong in Puerto Rico!!!!

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  7. meco 22 October, 2017, 15:18

    It’s all BS it’s break time,and empty cardboard boxes just have’nt been thrown away yet.This article should be s**tcanned!!

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  8. mistel 23 October, 2017, 09:51

    While it’s okay to offer a second opinion, it is not okay to declare it as fact. Truth is, we can’t tell from this pic what is actually happening.

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