Tim Cushing reports that an employee of Drury Plaza Hotel lost his job for posting pictures of DHS vehicles parked in the hotel’s parking garage – where they were clearly visible to any member of the public.
Now, it’s quite obvious the DHS was unhappy that someone gave away their super-secret hideout, one that is a) a structure accessible by the public and b) littered with dozens of vehicles clearly marked as belonging to the DHS. If secrecy is what the DHS agents were looking for, maybe they should have arranged for a fleet of less clearly-marked vehicles. You can’t — at least not logically — roll up in a DHS convoy and then demand that no one acknowledge this fact or speak about it to the outside world.
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