As our movement grows, courageous people from around the world are finding ways to contact us. Our secure channels provide the only means for many to reach the outside world and tell their story.
Today we bring you the first known footage to depict Los Angeles on day one of these events. Sent to us by a resistor lucky enough to have escaped authorities, in order to protect himself and his loved ones, he has asked to be known by the handle d2D-85.
Like Jen Cross, d2D-85 lives within the blast zone and found himself trapped there once the area was sealed. After a terrifying night huddled in his apartment without electricity or water, he noticed Hazmat crews sweeping the area. PA announcements asked residents to make themselves known.
But ever cautious, our friend bided his time and so he witnessed his neighbors as they were 'rescued'. Dragged away by faceless enforcers, many were restrained and hooded; innocent citizens taken away never to be seen again.
This account of the five days d2D-85 spent in hiding within the Los Angeles blast zone is supported by Jen's videos. Lucky enough to have escaped, our friend is now safely out of state. But he wanted to share what he saw.
And he is not alone. In the coming weeks, we will bring you footage from resistors worldwide. Their lies will not stand.
There are others. Make contact now.
Until next Wednesday 5pm PST: Observe, record, transmit.
Courage is all we have left.