Saturday, June 03, 2006

[political-research] Bloglines - NYC Out to Cripple 9/11 Claims

Bloglines user bill.giltner@gmail.com has sent this item to you.


9/11 Blogger - Blogging 9/11 Related Alternative News
All comments are welcome! but please avoid hate speech and profanity, and use references when possible.

NYC Out to Cripple 9/11 Claims

By reprehensor

City out to cripple 9/11 claims, say docs

BY PAUL H.B. SHIN
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

City lawyers are "fishing for information" at medical gatherings that could be used to undermine claims for 9/11-related health problems, doctors and union officials charged yesterday.

Two attorneys from the Law Department attended a meeting last week that organizers said was intended for doctors and advocates to have a frank discussion about how to treat patients suffering from illnesses believed linked to Ground Zero toxins.

"This was an outrage," said Micki Siegel De Hernandez, health and safety director of the Communications Workers of America. "We never would have participated in the meeting if we knew that the city Law Department was there fishing for information they could use against future claims."...

...The controversy emerged as the city Health Department launched the second phase of the World Trade Center Health Registry, which will resurvey the 71,000 participants to see if they have lasting ailments resulting from the terror attacks.

Continued at link.




Search the archives for political-research at http://www.terazen.com/

Subscribe to the RSS feed for political-research at http://rss.groups.yahoo.com/group/political-research/rss




SPONSORED LINKS
Business intelligence Competitive intelligence Market intelligence
Emotional intelligence Military intelligence Critical thinking


YAHOO! GROUPS LINKS




2 comments:

JoePenn77 said...

This is completely non-related, but does anyone know the artist(s) for the intro music on Michael Collins Piper's radio show on RBN? It's a 70's guitar instrumental, but I can't place it and I need it for a ceremony as background music (military retirement).
Thank you to anyone with a better memory than I have!
JoeP

BG said...

The song is Classical Gas, by Mason Williams and Orchestra.

Posting this from memory.