Abandoned Cincinnati Walmart Laced With Barbed Wire for Jade Helm?

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by onpoint
Jade Helm 15, the multi-state, 3 month, “realistic” military training that will commence in July has made nationwide attention as public fears of martial law grow. In addition, the sudden closing of 6+ Walmarts spread throughout the southern states on the false premise of “plumbing issues” has made conspiracy theories spiral, stating that Walmarts will be used as military command centers or FEMA detention camps.  What I find at this Cincinnati abandoned Walmart is shocking!  Or, is it something more innocuous?
Below is a video showing that a Walmart had Constantine wire erected all across the top of the building in Springdale, OH.  When I looked up Google Earth and compared the video to the current Walmarts in the area, it did not match.  However, after doing some research, I found out that this video was taken at a Walmart that was closed 3-4 years ago.

Actual Location – Near Prevalent Highway Intersection of 75 and 275.  Notice that immediately adjacent to the left of the Walmart, there is a rail road!  GPS coordinates are 39.290632, -84.459600
After I identified the correct location, I ran out the door @ 10:30PM to check it out for myself!  Indeed, the video was true, and there was Constantine Wire all over the top of the building.  While I was walking around the building, security  came out and asked me what I was doing.  Telling them full truth, I told them that I was a blogger and was writing a post in relation to Jade Helm.  The security guard had not heard of the military drill, but told me the wire had been erected almost immediately after the Walmart closed 3-4 years ago to prevent thieves from stealing copper on the roof.
After he figured out I was not a thief in the night, we parted ways and I started making some calls to local buddies that are certified electricians.
My friend said that it’s not rare that businesses take precautions to prevent AC, Copper or other thievery once they shut down.  However, what he said was odd is that the Walmart building is over 25 feet tall with a sheer face.  Adding the extra Constantine wire in his opinion was overkill as the Walmart was located in a fairly populated area.  In addition, he mentioned that the cost of erecting a fence and wire like that would cost thousands of dollars – something that would be a similar fee if copper thieves actually got onto the roof.
The other oddity is that this isn’t your run of the mill barbed wire.  This is razor sharp Constantine wire.  Per a manufacturer’s website that supplies Constantine wire:

  • Applications
    Barbed wire is widely used in field fence, chain link fence and welded wire fence and provides general security. For example, barbed wire is often installed on top of cattle fence to keep cattle in bound.
    Concertina wire is very powerful to threaten intentional invades. Hence, it has been an optimum alternative of prison, military base and the places where require high-level security.
  • RazorWire_ws1200

So, being that Walmart already has a sheer face of 25+ feet to prevent criminals, why the Cadillac version of razor wire?

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10 thoughts on “Abandoned Cincinnati Walmart Laced With Barbed Wire for Jade Helm?

      • No rick don’t you get it? We have to stop this spelling problems in this country. This is appears to be the focal point of this article now! I fond myself misspelling words all the time, and using grammar incorrect-ions. I think it’s the toxic gases they are spewing from the airplanes. Anyway don’t worry about Walmart here Ryan is doing the Lord’s work. Keep it up Ryan scour the www to find all the atrocities of grammar.

  1. The term for that wire is “Concertina”, not “Constantine” Constantine I or Saint Constantine, was a Roman Emperor from 306
    to 337 AD of Thracian-Illyrian ancestry. Constantine was the son of
    Flavius Valerius Constantius

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