Information about New Film and Interviews at Visibility911.com
Visibility 9-11 last week published a three-part series focusing on the 9-11 dust and its aftermath. One week after September 11th, Christie Todd Whitman, then Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, stated, “Given the scope of the tragedy from last week, I am glad to reassure the people of New York and Washington D.C., that their air is safe to breathe and their water is safe to drink”, even though the EPA had information to the contrary.
In fact, the 9-11 dust was extremely caustic and in August of 2003, the EPA issued a report documenting changes made by the Bush administration to the EPA’s initial cautionary statements, which were originally worded to warn the public of the dangers in the dust. These warnings were changed to reassurances and the public never heard the truth. These lies have resulted in at least 70,000 people getting sick from breathing the toxic dust, and now, over five years later, they are dying. If you think our own government isn’t capable of deliberately allowing its own citizens to become sickened and die, think again.
Interviewed in this series:
Jenna Orkin of the World Trade Center Environmental Organization
Penny Little, producer of the new 9-11 documentary 9-11 Dust and Deceit at the World Trade Center
John Feal, president of the Feal Good Foundation.
You can hear this series of interviews and watch the trailer of the new film, “9/11 Dust and Deceit at the World Trade Center” at the Visibility 9-11 Dust Special webpage.
Please visit the special fundraiser site to learn more about how to help the first responders mentioned in the interview with John Feal.
For an extensive archive of past articles and information relating to the 9-11 dust and its aftermath, visit this page.
To purchase “9/11: Dust & Deceit at the World Trade Center,” go to the official site . (Thank you).