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freeman
09-10-2005, 06:53 PM
Jut when you think that nothing about the Bush neocons can disgust you any more, a mass emailing like this always seems to find its way to you:

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Skeletons (Real Ones) in Bush's Closet

There are some very troubling developments regarding the collecting of
bodies in NOLA. The company hired to do the collection is Kenyon
International. Kenyon International is owned by SCI, a major Bush
contributor. SCI was involved in a scandal called "Funeralgate" wherein thousands of bodies were improperly and fraudulently disposed of in mass graves of in violation of numerous State and Federal laws on numreous occasions. Rather than prosecute the company, the then Governor George W Bush and and his campaign manager and future FEMA director Joe Allbaugh seemingly helped the company engage in a coverup. Both Bush and Allbaugh were named as defendants in a lawsuit regarding the issue.

The fact FEMA and the Bush Administration seem to be intent on blocking
media coverage of the collection of bodies, and unsubstantiated rumours of "mishandling" of bodies in NOLA already circulating should lead to great
concern among the public. Is the Government planning to cover up the number of dead in NOLA as they covered up the Abu Ghraib scandal?

One thing is certain: reporters for the Dallas times caught Police and
National Guardsmen red handed in this video
http://www.dallasnews.com/s/dws/photography/2005/katrina_video/straydogs.html
telling the media they were rounding up dogs to be collected by the ASPCA and other animal groups, when in fact they were caught "exterminating" them on camera. If the government will lie about that, what else will they lie about?

The American people deserve to know the truth. The collection of American bodies should not be farmed out to a Bush political crony, one which he seemingly helped cover up the "mishandling" of bodies...a felony. SCI's criminal practice of "mishandling" bodies should preclude it from engaging in or profiting from the recovery of American bodies anywhere, but particularly in NOLA...the outcome of the investigation is too important to leave to a company with such a tainted past, particulary one that is so incestuously connected to George W Bush, and particularly when the Bush administration has so much to lose from an accurate body count.

The US media must be allowed to report on a crucial element of one of the
gravest governmental crises in American history. Congress should demand that Kenyon International be FIRED immediately from any and all recovery efforts in NOLA, and send an independent oversight group to be present in NOLA and the surrounding area during the body recovery to insure the American people are not being duped. These are not hanging chads, these are American citizens.The present leadership within FEMA and the Bush administration have proven themselves unworthy of American trust.

Following is a list of links detailing some very disturbing allegations of
criminal activity directly involving GW Bush, Joe Allbaugh, and the company entrusted by the American people to recover the dead abandoned by the Bush administration after hurricane Katrina...are you listening America?

Please don't just read this info, do something about it!

Contact Congress and the National Media to launch a formal inquiry, help
disseminate this info on the blogs. Its time to bring back accountbility to
our government.

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http://www.apfn.net/messageboard/10-26-03/discussion.cgi.163.html

http://www.kenyoninternational.com/kenyoninternatio.html

http://maverick.dailykos.com/story/2005/9/8/1269/39920

http://www.newshounds.us/2005/09/08/bush_cohorts_profiteering_at_all_levels.php

http://obsidianwings.blogs.com/obsidian_wings/2005/09/what_is_it_agai.html

http://www.hereinreality.com/funeralgate.htm

http://www.americanpolitics.com/20020304Baker.html

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