Unfortunately, I missed the first half. I saw the second day and it was good. I also liked the fact that they showed how it affected everyone and not just "us." I also liked that they showed the african american female with the advanced degrees who was married to the guy with the advanced degrees. That shed a light on the fact that all of the african americans whom were affected didn't just come from low income housing projects as the media portrayed.
And Barbara Bush should've received so much more backlash for her statements...
And I love Michael Eric Dyson. He impresses me each time he opens his mouth.
My question is...do those people not have a case against the city of N.O, the state of Louisiana, and/or the federal government?
Does anyone know the rationale behind the reason why the relatives of the victims of 9/11 received compensation?
Did Katrina not qualify?
The program definitely reaffirmed my belief that many of those people were killed; they didn't die. And the Hurricane isn't what killed them; the levees did so someone needs to be held responsible. What about that old woman who was in the wheelchair pushed up against the locker? Her son said that he put her name and information in her pocket on a sheet of paper and still couldn't locate her for 2 months? That's freaking ridiculous.
I swear I don't understand why there hasn't been a wave of suits. Can't they get them on something, false imprisonment, wrongful death, negligent infliction of emotional distress, something.
I vaguely remember hearing some talk about a suit but I don't know for what.
Where's Willie Gary? He needs to be on this.