(SOMERDALE, N.J.) - This story gets worse day by day. Wayne Madsen, the investigative reporter, has a new for-subscribers report out. He says that CEMA — the state of California’s version of FEMA — has been alerted by its counterparts in the Gulf coast on mass evacuation plans. See details in EU Times news story of 6/30/10,"California Notified of Gulf Evacuation Plans". Per the EU Times:
"A well-placed source in California told WMR that the California Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) has been briefed by its counterpart agencies in the Gulf coast states that there are plans to conduct a mass evacuation of millions of Gulf coast residents due to the catastrophic environmental and public health effects of the BP oil disaster.
CEMA officials have been briefed on the planned evacuations by counterparts in the Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, the Alabama Emergency Management Agency, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, and the Florida Division of Emergency Management."