The Wallow Fire, named for the Bear Wallow Wilderness area where the fire originated, was a wildlife in eastern Arizona and a small part of western New Mexico, USA in the White Mountains near Alpine. It was started by an abandoned campfire. As of 26 June 2011, it had burned about 841 square miles (2,180 km2) in pache, Greenlee, & Graham. Nearly 6,000 people were evacuated form their homes and farms.
While Arizona forests to the north of us were literally burning to the ground, Roxy Lopez of The Truth Denied signaled to residents of Arizona to write Governor Jan Brewer. Roxy had been in contact with EVERGREEN AVIATION’s Steven Daniel for several days regarding Arizona hiring them to put out the flames, but Daniel’s claimed he was getting the run around and insisted we contact the governor, so we did. During the course of the correspondence between Lopez, Daniel’s and Gov. Jan Brewer, it became obvious that perhaps EVERGREEN AVIATION was either being stonewalled or they are not really who they say they are.
****TO DATE, EVERGREEN SUPERTANKERS HAVE NEVER BEEN USED TO PUT OUT A FIRE IN THE USA. WHY?*****
Here are the emails that were sent back and forth between Lopez and Daniels over the course of a few days, while parts of Arizona burned to the ground. EMAILS BETWEEN LOPEZ & DANIEL’S
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