March 16, 2009

Before you read this article, consider that the US government was so angry that close to 3,000 Americans died on 9/11 that they have spent around $604,491,211,682 to kill  1,311,696 and 4,258 American troops in the process, but those who are STILL being killed because of the toxic dust they inhaled on 9/11, are being left to die without medical attention.

New York Post


Last updated: 3:14 am
March 15, 2009
Posted: 3:14 am
March 15, 2009

The city has asked a judge to toss out 9/11 claims by 4,600 cops, firefighters, and paramedics, arguing the “uniformed” personnel are not entitled to workplace protection under state labor laws.

The legal maneuver has infuriated Ground Zero responders, who called the city’s move “a slap in the face.”


New York’s Bravest and Finest fought smoldering fires at Ground Zero, dug for human remains and guarded the toxic disaster site for months, the city says. But they don’t get the same protections as manual laborers, mechanics and other “working men,” the city contends.

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Clare Swinney

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