Checkpoints set up six miles away from site of elitist confab
Paul Joseph Watson
June 8, 2015
Infowars reporters Rob Dew and cameraman Josh Owens were harassed by Austrian federal police at a checkpoint six miles away from where the secretive Bilderberg Group will meet later this week, with cops even visiting them at their hotel to check their passports.
Dew and Owens arrived in Telfs near to where the globalist confab is taking place to discover an unprecedented security operation in full swing days before Bilderberg members even arrive at the remote location in the Austrian alps.
Attempting to drive to their hotel, the two were quickly apprehended at a checkpoint a short distance up the mountain from Telfs where their passports, drivers license and booking papers were checked by police, who then demanded to perform a full inspection of their rented vehicle.
Dew and Owens were then confronted by police as they tried to access their hotel before subsequently being approached by no less than eight federal police who again asked to check their passports and interrogated the reporters.
As we previously reported, police are already patrolling hike and bike trails well away from the luxury Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol where the Bilderberg Group meeting begins on Thursday.
The full agenda and participant list has already been released by the official Bilderberg website. Infowars will be revealing more details about the agenda later today.
Infowars will be providing full coverage of Bilderberg 2015 throughout the week.
This article was posted: Monday, June 8, 2015 at 11:50 am