9/11 Heroes Buried in Garbage Dump


 

One reason New Yorkers detest Rudy, perhaps, is his lack of respect for the fallen when he called off the recovery effort at Ground Zero on Nov. 1, 2001, after $200 million in gold bullion was recovered.

Thereafter, the bodies of the rescue workers and victims ended up in a garbage dump, with some of these remains even turning up in NYC sewers.

Giuliani Bungled Preparation in Years After 1993 Attack on Trade Center

new7iz07lzhCritical failures by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani before, during and after the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, raise serious questions about his ability to be commander-in-chief. In this thirteen minute documentary, fire fighters, fire officers and family members give dramatic testimony about Giuliani’s leadership failures. Their dramatic stories tell how Giuliani failed to provide the FDNY with radios that worked, which led to the deaths of 121 fire fighters inside the World Trade Center’s North Tower because they were unable to hear orders to evacuate.

The real heroes of 9/11 aren’t running for president. Many of these fallen heroes are still buried in a Staten Island garbage dump called, ironically, Fresh Kills. This video above also notes Rudy’s lack of respect for the fallen when he called off the recovery effort at Ground Zero on Nov. 1, 2001, after $200 million in gold bullion was recovered. Thereafter, the bodies of the rescue workers and victims ended up in a garbage dump, with some of these remains even turning up in NYC sewers. Fire fighters also point to Giuliani’s poor judgment in placing his emergency command center at 7 World Trade Center, a known terrorist target after the 1993 bombing.1727 1664 1660 P200085-1 P200084-1 P200084-4 P200086-1 P200086-2 gL-01-Dumping-4

This video documents the mayor’s lack of respect for the fallen when he called off the recovery effort at Ground Zero on Nov. 1, 2001, after $200 million in gold bullion was recovered. “We produced this documentary because we need to make sure our members know Giuliani’s real record,” said IAFF General President Harold Schaitberger. “The UFA participated in this video to correct the myth that Rudy Giuliani has perpetrated on the American public,” said Steve Cassidy, president of the Uniformed Firefighters Association of Greater New York, IAFF Local 94. The Giuliani campaign defended the former mayor’s record by issuing a release that lists items he purchased for FDNY. ”

P200084-1But the campaign, with its response, has neglected to address the charges of failed leadership outlined in our documentary,” President Schaitberger said. “Purchasing equipment for a fire department doesn’t qualify any mayor to be president,” said Jack McDonnell, president of New York City Local 854, the Uniformed Fire Officers Association. “If that’s the litmus test for president of the United States, then most mayors in this country qualify for the job. Giuliani is running on his 9/11 record, and his 9/11 record is laced with failures in preparedness and response,” McDonnell said.

The IAFF has not made an endorsement in the 2008 presidential election. Local 94 supported President George W. Bush in the 2004 election, while the IAFF and Local 854 endorsed Sen. John Kerry. The International Association of Fire Fighters, headquartered in Washington, DC, represents more than 280,000 full-time professional fire fighters and paramedics in every state in the United States and in Canada. More information is available at www.iaff.org and at www.rudy-urbanlegend.com.

“Giuliani has wrapped himself firmly in the cloak of 9/11 for his own political purposes. But the real heroes of 9/11, those who helped to evacuate those towers and lived to tell the tale and all those who participated in the recovery and cleanup, know the truth. Rudy Giuliani has no real credentials as a terrorism fighter. His only credentials lie in managing the cleanup after a terror attack. The New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association could never support Rudy Giuliani for any elected office.”

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