from The Sleuth Journal:
The professional acting troupe contracting with the Department of Homeland Security known as “Crisis Actors” disabled their website in August 2014. However, the Crisis Actors Twitter account is still operational on the popular social media platform, even though no one from the organization has “Tweeted” on the account since mid-2013.
Crisis Actors describes itself on Twitter as a group of “specially trained actors helping first responders create realistic drills, full-scale exercises, high-fidelity simulations, and interactive 3D films.” The organization also claims to have branches in Los Angeles, Denver, and New York.
It is perhaps telling that the Crisis Actors Twitter was opened in August 2012, yet there is a gaping ellipsis in “Tweet” history between August 19, 2012 and December 31, 2012. Was the organization posting or otherwise communicating on the platform during this time and then choose to delete the posts?
In late January 2013 Crisis Actors sent several “Tweets” seeking to highlight and temper James Tracy’s remarks suggesting the possibility that such professional actors might have been employed in Newtown to embellish the event.
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