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Delay, Deny, Hope They Die: World Trade Center first responders-the battle for health care and compensation Paperback – June 18, 2011
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This issue addresses society's responsibilities and how we dropped the ball. In all honesty, what are we going to say to responders in the next terrorist attack? "go in there or you are fired".
Most of us with any sense of self preservation would say: "ok fire me", after the way these people were treated in 9/11.
I live by the golden rule and I say if we are not willing to risk our own lives to save another, then we have no right to expect anyone to risk their lives to save ours. There is not one of us who would have wanted to be treated the way our 9/11 heroes were treated. Shame on us for tolerating this.
Do me and yourself a favor: order this book.
Bill continues to be an inspiration. He was a talented writer and communicator. His wife and family are true heros in every sense of the word. I hope others keep his story alive.
sons, daughters and unborn were savagely killed. We will never forget.
I will never forget.
This book describes the distress, anguish and suffering of those and
their families who answered the call for help after the attack on 1&2
World Trade Center. The mental and physical anguish of sifting through
twisted steel, pulverized tons of concrete, non stop hour after hour,
day after day and month after month, searching for murdered souls to
be returned to their loved ones is the genesis of the slow, painful
death for all those who came to help. The author takes you through his
search for answers to the illnesses he and many, many others now share
since that 11th day of September 2001. He describes the process of
fighting for his life, his family and friends come together to rescue
each other, while the mayor of New York pushes him aside and ignores the
cause of these poisons killing him. The cause is irrefutable and
validated by medical doctors throughout the country, but appointed,
bureaucratic NYC PD medical personnel continue to delay and deny. How are
we, as the greatest nation in the world, going to produce brave men
and women, when we treat them and discard them like rented mules.
Something's wrong with our leaders.