Friday, March 23, 2007

'Splain This Rudy.

9/11 remains possibly used on roads: court papers say

By Edith Honan
1 hour, 8 minutes ago

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Debris that may have contained bits of bone from victims of the World Trade Center attacks was used to fill potholes and pave city roads, according to court papers filed on Friday.

The charge was made in an affidavit filed in Manhattan federal court in an ongoing case filed in 2005 by family members of those killed in the attacks against the city. They say the city did not do enough to search for remains, denying victims a proper burial.
Beck said he saw sanitation workers removing small pieces of debris containing possible bone fragments and loading them "onto tractors, and using it to pave roads and fill in potholes, dips and ruts."

There is more than I am capable of imagining that was f**ked up in the aftermath of 9/11, but casual disregard of the remains of the victims of the first real terrorist attack on U.S. soil is beyond me.


At 9:19 PM, Blogger Paddy said...

Outrage capacity full.

At 9:48 PM, Blogger Larry said...

Morbid and sick, much less cold hearted.

At 6:50 AM, Blogger Fernando said...

Typical GOP efficiency. I'm not surprised but the imagery of what they have done is shocking.


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