FEMA, the US emergency management body, certainly don't like to make life easy for themselves. Reviled for the poor co-ordination of the response to Hurricane Katrina it emerged last week that they held a 'fake' news conference, detailing their management of the Californina fires. Giving only 15 minutes notice to genuine news broadcasters, they instead filled the room with their own employees posing as reporters, who asked conveniently straightforward questions. Read more of the craziness of this situation here. They should have gotten advice from the guys who faked the moon landing.