San Juan, PR – The government of Puerto Rico is going after the police officer who released pictures of millions of bottles of water sitting on a runway that was supposed to be given to Hurricane Maria victims.
For reasons unknown, that water has sat untouched for months.
A decorated member of the Policia de Puerto Rico’s elite FURA squad released multiple pictures of 20,800 pallets of water that have been left sitting abandoned on the runway of Jose Aponte De La Toree Airport in Ceiba.

Puerto Rico Policia Agente Abdiel Santana, a 34-year veteran of the Puerto Rico police force, told David Begnaud of CBS that when he released the pictures, he was “mad” the water was still there, and that it had never been distributed to storm victims in need.

Puerto Rico Cop Under Investigation For Photos of $22M In Undistributed Water

Again I ask, do we want Puerto Rico as the 51st State? We do not need a banana country as part of the Union.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

5 thoughts on “Take pictures of wasted water intended for hurricane relief, get investigated by authorities.”
  1. Is there anyway to end the corruption in gov on the island. It’s been well known for years and of course Obamba did nothing about it. Trump is so busy w the corruption in DC it might take him it to his second term before he can address it. There are a lot of good ppl there I’d hate to see the US cut the place loose only to see in descend into a Venezuela like condition

    1. I think you could investigate, prosecute, and jail everyone in the local government and their replacements would pick right up where they left out. Same with Chicago.

    2. Not so much. Think of New Orleans or Chicago: the only way to end the corruption would be to give it the whole post-War Two treatment: send in the USMC to forcibly disarm the police and put every elected or appointed official of the municipality out of office, after which they would be blacklisted and kept under watch.
      In short, the only methods that would have a reasonable chance of success in cleaning the place up are methods we wouldn’t use.
      Independence for Puerto Rico!

  2. Do we need more proof that Puerto Rico is more like its Banana Republic neighbors than a US state? This is the kind of thing that you’d expect to happen in a corrupt third world country.

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