Sunday, September 11, 2005

Show us your skin and we'll save it: Katrina Survivors forced to show boobs to be saved

Ged Scott, A Liverpool resident, was with his family in New Orleans, and was saved from a flooded Ramada Hotel. However, on the roof of the hotel were several girls who asked for help, to which a rescuer replied, "Show us what you've got!" The girls promptly refused...and were left on the roof on the hotel.
"I could not have a lower opinion of the authorities, from the police officers on the street right up to George Bush," said Scott. ""I couldn't describe how bad the authorities were. Just little things like taking photographs of us, as we are standing on the roof waving for help, for their own little snapshot albums""
The audacity of those who are sworn to serve and protect is felt throughout the country. People in need of getting to safety refused, just because a perverted cop couldn't get his jollies. And the horror stories are still coming in. There are words of people being raped in the Superdome, racism abounding, and many other evil things.
You would think that something as horrendous as Hurricane Katrina would attempt to unite, rather then others. How ironic that today, I write on September 11th, the day when people began to unite for one common cause. Now, four years later, that unity is nowhere to be found. Only corruption and death remain.


At 1:54 PM, Blogger Magua said...

Sounds like an isolated incident, if true at all.
And sure, it's all George Bush's fault, right?

At 10:35 AM, Blogger Falconrath said...

Not really. I hear New Orleans' police department was always quite corrupt.

I've also heard word of people raped in the superdome, racism abounding, etc, etc.

Personally, I hope to God this isn't true.


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