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FULL COVERAGE: The Betrayal Of New Orleans (2)

FULL COVERAGE: The Betrayal Of New Orleans (2)

Eyewitness Account: Marooned At The Ritz - Stranded in New Orleans during Katrina, medical professionals set up a treatment center at the Ritz Carlton. by Joseph Pulvirenti, M.D. See... Eyewitness Account: Marooned At The Ritz
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  • Sam Smith Backgrounds The Failure Of FEMA In New Orleans - This Undernews extra gives background on the amazing, scary history of FEMA and a bizarre funeral scandal that involves George Bush, one of his major contributors, the former head of FEMA and the corporation just named to handle body removal in ... See... Sam Smith: The Amazing, Scary History Of FEMA
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