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Thousands of people – mostly children, elderly, the handicapped, and those who stayed behind to look after them – were stranded for a week exposed to the elements for a week without food, water, or medical care.

 

The Times-Picayune which was aware of the real identity of the people making these attacks permitted them to go on and is now helping shield the Corps by refusing to turn over its Internet logs.

I guess this is what they call a “government-private sector partnership.”

Hard to believe, but it’s all documented