Democrat Deep State Criminal Conspiracy Continues Unabated Throughout
Red and Rural CA Counties
California Elderly Victimized by Highly Organized Arson Campaign of Terror
SOTN Editor’s Note: State of the Nation has received an unusual number of emails from retired folks in Northern California who are really afraid. Their biggest concern is fire; not wildfires but arson fires.
For example, a very worried disabled lady from Cottonwood, CA has emailed several times about her plight of wondering if her home will be burned down at night when she’s sleeping. She lives in Cottonwood where there have been numerous arson fires this year.
Now just why is that? Who, pray tell, would just start burning houses down for no reason?! Cui bono?
A deeper look into this situation reveals that the land (and some choice real estate locations) in Cottonwood are coveted by various parties (especially corporate) for a number of reasons. Corporate greed is really the name of the game throughout California, not just Agenda 21. However, someone wants us to believe that it’s only the UN agendas that are at work there. That’s not quite right.
There’s a much more complicated back story here that’s well beyond the scope of this “Ed Note”. Suffice to say that there are now many California residents now cowering in their own homes wondering if they will live through the night. Countless others speculate if their homes will be burned down by Deep State arsonists, by manufactured wildfires, by DEWs, by geoengineered firestorms, or by other acts of deliberate state-sponsored, corporate-driven pyro-terrorism.
These retired and/or elderly folks desperately need our help. Please help raise awareness about these quite intentional pyro-crimes by disseminating the following exposé: SMOKING GUN: Hard Evidence Shows Camp Fire Was Manmade, Genocide and Mass Destruction of Paradise Carefully Planned. Thank you!
State of the Nation
December 15, 2018
N.B. What follows is an MSM news report about a series of arson fires started in Cottonwood CA this past October and earlier.
Fire investigators confirm a serial arsonist is targeting elderly residents in Cottonwood
by Courtney KreiderWednesday, October 10th 2018
KRCR News Channel
COTTONWOOD, Calif. — Residents say they are staying vigilant as fire investigators have confirmed a serial arsonist is targeting the elderly in Cottonwood. In the most recent strike, an 86-year-old woman died in a fire at her home on Sunday. The woman’s death is being investigated as a homicide.
The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office is going door to door to homes in the Cottonwood area as they are seeking more information about nine suspicious fires which have sparked over the course of three months. The Shasta County Arson Task Force is investigating the fires are a result of a serial arsonist.
The autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday morning for the 86-year-old woman who was killed inside her Cottonwood home Sunday. Wednesday evening, the woman was positively identified as 86-year-old Barcie Arlene Miller of Cottonwood.
Fire investigators said the Cottonwood Fire Protection District received the call that the woman’s home at 3320 Willow Street was on fire at 4:40 a.m. Sunday. Law enforcement said the woman lived alone in the home.
When firefighters arrived they found the elderly woman’s body inside the burned home. The fire that sparked the destruction of the Cottonwood home and the death of this woman has been linked to eight other suspicious fires in the area.
Shortly after firefighters responded to the fire on Willow Street, another fire alarmed the Cottonwood Fire District.
At 5:07 a.m. a fire was reported at 3460 Hickory Street in Cottonwood. The fire was quickly extinguished and contained to a small shed behind the home.
Neighbors in the area said they are scared as they believe a serial arsonist is targeting the elderly.
The fire Sunday was at least the third fire at a home belonging to an elderly person who lives alone.
In early September, firefighters had to break down the door at an elderly woman’s home to rescue her from a fire.
Just days later, a 98-year-old veteran lost his home and was able to get out just in time.
The cause of both of those fires was determined to be suspicious.
According to Cottonwood Fire Chief, Bill Morgan, investigators believe the arsonist is striking between 12:00 a.m.-5:00 a.m.
The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office recommends all residents in the affected Cottonwood area utilize exterior lighting at night and if your property is equipped with video surveillance to ensure it is recording and operational.
Officials said if any Cottonwood residents have surveillance video of suspicious people on their property since June, they need to call the Major Crimes Unit as it may be relevant to their investigation.
Officials are also encouraging anyone who knows anything about the string of fires or the homicide to contact them at 530-245-6135