And here are the results of your sickos, funded by the American taxpayer
In your own words:And here are the results of your sickos
As It Was
The date of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center is shown on a calendar covered in ash on a counter at the Chase Manhattan bank on Broadway
Frozen in Time
A view of Lower Manhattan is seen from Liberty State Park in Jersey City, N.J., Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2001, as the Colgate clock, seen from the reverse side, shows the time to be around 8:48am, EDT.
Signs made by students of the Crossfield Elementary school in Oak Hill, Va., decorate a fence of Unity City at the Pentagon Washington
Melissa Knowles, of Fredericksburg, Va., wipes away a tear as she kneels at America's Unity Wall at the Pentagon in Washington, Friday, Sept. 21, 2001. Pentagon officials erected the wall for relief workers to express themselves.
From FLA, in the rain
An unidentified rescue worker looks out onto windows in a building across the street from the World Trade Center
Policeman helps mourner
Head Down at WTC
Silhouettes of National Guardsmen viewing the site frame the wreckage of the World Trade Center in New York Thursday morning
Still trying to put out the fire
Union Square Memorial
NYC Children, the Face of Tragedy
Classmates Camille Gonzalez, 11, Stephanie Ambrosio, 10 and Chelsea Grayson, 11, of Valley Stream, N.Y. view the ruins of the World Trade Center for their first time
Erick Robertson, of Oakhurst, Calif., pets Porkchop, a one-year-old search and rescue dog as he receives a dehydration intravenous treatment, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2001, at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals mobile clinic just outside ground zero in New York. Robertson and Porkchop have been working at the World Trade Center attack site since Sunday.
Arlene Howard, left, mother of Port Authority Police officer George Howard, holds an American flag as her son's casket is carried into a church for his funeral in Hicksville, N.Y., Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2001. Howard was killed in the World Trade Center terrorist attack on Sept. 11.
U.S. Army Specialist Tony Tirado, right, and International Rescue Brigade worker Kenya Marquez, of Mexico City wait to be transported to the hospital for dehydration treatments Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2001, at the National Disaster Medical Assistance Team's medical tent outside the World Trade Center's terrorist attack ground zero in New York.
The casket of firefighter Timothy Haskell from New York Rescue Squad 18, is carried from St. William the Abbot Catholic cchurch in Seaford, New York, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2001. His mother Maureen walks behind the casket. Haskell's body was found Saturday in the World Trade Center wreckage.
Firefighters from Manhattan's Ladder Co. 5, carry the flag draped casket of fellow fireman John Santore as his wife Frances, top center, and daughters Tiana, left, and Mirjana look on, at the conclusion of a funeral service in the New York borough of Staten Island, Wednesday September 19, 2001. Santore was one of many firefighters who lost their lives during the World Trade Center terrorist attack on September 11.
Raul Lopez, a member of the Guardian Angels from Falls Church, Va., waves an American flag while thanking drivers as two dump trucks, rear, leave the Fresh Kills landfill on Staten Island in New York, Tuesday
Plus Jose Gonzalez from Brooklyn
Sporting an American flag Brennan Savage, center, 5-years-old and his father New York City firefighter Brennan Savage Sr., right, of Ladder Co.137 in Queens salute the coffin (unseen) of Captain Walter Hynes of Ladder Co. 13 outside of the St. Francis Roman Catholic Church following a funeral service in New York, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2001. Hynes was killed during the collapse of the World Trade Center towers which were destroyed after being struck by two planes in a terrorist attack on September 11.
Police stop to pray/St. Paul's
Gianna Pezzulo looks back at the crowd at Our Lady of Assumption Church during funeral services for her father, Port Authority Police officer Dominick Pezzulo, in New York, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2001. Pezzulo was killed in the line of duty in the Sept. 11 World Trade Center terrorist attack. Gianna's brother, Dominick Jr. is at left.
Flag and flag
Rudy before he b*tchslapped the Saudi Kinglet.
Officer w/pics found in ruins
Sunrise over Manhattan/from Jersey City
Northeast from Manhattan
My Brother's Shoes
A pair of shoes coated with dust and ash lie amid candles and flowers on New York's Union Square Monday, Sept. 17, 2001 at a memorial for victims of the World Trade Center terrorist attack. The message attached to the shoes is written to Matthew Diaz, saying in part: "I looked for you my union brother, I looked for you my baby brother. I love you Matthew Diaz.
Your brother Michael."
Just more blood for the Osama Bin Laden amen corner. The deranged victimology of the Islam first gang.
posted on 11/29/2001 11:58:55 PM PST
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