Police Impose Security Lock Down For Bilderberg 2013
2013-05-31 0:00

By Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars

Infowars has obtained maps released by Hertfordshire Police which illustrate how the entire area surrounding the site of the 2013 Bilderberg Group conference in Watford, UK will be subject to a substantial security lock down which will restrict both protesters and members of the press from exercising their free speech rights.

The maps show that the back entrance to the Grove Hotel will be almost completely inaccessible, partly as a result road closures manned by police checkpoints and partly as a result of pedestrians being prohibited from walking on the road.

This means that the majority of Bilderberg members are certain to use the back entrance and therefore avoid being confronted by protesters or photographed by media – as we predicted weeks ago – thereby defeating the whole purpose of demonstrators attending the event in the first place.

Indeed, the entire area including the stretch of road that leads up to and beyond the front entrance is designated as “pedestrians prohibited” and “no stopping or waiting”.

The security lock down – which is taxpayer funded - is being coordinated under the dubious guise of an “anti-terror exercise,” which is all the more ironic given the fact that the Honorary President of the Supreme Court of Italy recently fingered Bilderberg itself for being involved in terrorist attacks in Europe which took place under the auspices of Operation Gladio.

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