Jan 172015
 January 17, 2015  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance

Joe Cadillic writes:

A pilot venture called the Kentucky Applicant Registry and Employment Screening program, or KARES. kicked off last May, with 24 long-term care facilities across the state sending applicants to 35 fingerprint collection sites. Kentucky is one of 25 states to receive a $4 million grant from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to fund the program.


DHS is masquerading as Medicare/Medicaid, collecting fingerprints and conducting background checks. Click here for proof, DHS is behind this pre-hiring surveillance program. Here’s more proof  DHS has infiltrated Medicare, in 2013 DHS claimed they needed to investigate prescription drug abuse in Medicare.

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