U.S. Military to hold “Military Tribunals” in Tierra del Fuego


The U.S. military and the Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps have established a new venue to hold military tribunals for the myriad Deep State players whose names appeared on sealed indictments that Donald J. Trump and former acting AG Jeffrey Rosen had written in the waning days of Trump’s first presidential term.

Until recently, most tribunals had been held at the military’s detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, but overcrowding and limited space forced JAG to expand its operational scope, as it ramps up efforts to capture and incarcerate Deep State assets who have committed unspeakable crimes against humanity.

“The arrests will be coming fast and furious soon, and GITMO simply lacks enough court space to handle thousands of cases coming down the pipeline,” said a JAG official, speaking on condition of anonymity. “We actually have 2 additional locations, one of which is Tiera del Fuego.”

Tierra del Fuego, Spanish for “Land of Fire,” is an archipelago off the southernmost tip of the South American mainland, across the Strait of Magellan. The U.S. military has had a secret but not-so-secret presence in the area for many years; it is the clandestine home to several B-2 Spirit Stealth Bombers and was an attack drone monitoring facility under the Obama regime.

During Obama’s illegitimate presidency, he and the Argentine government reached an agreement, which granted the U.S. permission to build new bases in the Tierra del Fuego region. While Obama asserted that the base would be used mainly for scientific work, he wanted access to the region for reasons that had nothing to do with science. He sought a secluded drone station, and he wanted access to the Guaraní Aquifer, one of the world’s most significant sources of potable water.

“It’s ironic that the very place Obama funded may be the place he is tried and executed for crimes against America,” our source said.

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