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Friday, November 28, 2008

Children's health study shows Katrina kids sickest in U.S.

FEMA spends billions, FEMA cronies net huge profits while the disaster survivor's children are gassed and become anemic.

http://www.kansascity.com:80/news/nation/story/907563.html

http://www.nick.com/all_nick/tv_supersites/nick_news/stories_daily.jhtml?pollId=470422268&wstory=0

"FEMA knew these people were suffering and they did nothing" Jesse Fineran; Katrina survivor and Hurricane FEMA Victim....


(See links under toxic trailers new on lower right to see more stories on the Katrina FEMA children's health study)