Why would the first responders, ie, firefighters/police be regarded by the FBI as potential “terrorists” under a Health & Compensation Act? It sure doesn’t make sense!
My guess is because these first responders were in the buildings and reported they heard explosions well before the buildings collapsed. Their testimony supports the physical facts that the buildings fell because of controlled demolition and not by the heat of the fire.
In addition, firefighters who were on the floor where there was fire, called for an extra water line to be brought up. They reported from that floor that the fire could be put out.
Those inside the USA government and the Zionist Mossad are concerned and worried that they may be exposed by the first responders/firefighters/police as the 911 serial killers. The FBI is now trying to silence them by labelling them “terrorists” under a stupid “Health Act”.
There are many groups who are organizing and pressuring for a re-investigation into the 911 mass murder of innocent civilians. A crime of this magnitude cannot be covered up forever. The criminals will eventually be fingered and hopefully be brought to justice.
Here’s the Press TV article.
Press TV April 22, 2011
Thousands of Americans, who risked their lives to save lives during the 9/11 terror attacks on US soil, will soon be screened by the FBI terrorism watch list.
A host of 9/11 first responders, who saved countless lives, will now have their personal data put through a government terror database and will be considered possible terrorists under a provision in James Zadroga 9/11 Health & Compensation Act — a bill named after an NYPD detective who died of 9/11 — related illnesses, The Huffington Post reported on Thursday.
They will subsequently be denied treatment for breathing disorders and mental health problems developed in the aftermath of the 2001 terrorist attacks.
The provision was added to the 9/11 first responders health care law last May, when Republican Rep. Cliff Stearns of Florida tabled an amendment during the intense debate over the bill in the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
A letter written by Dr. John Howard, director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, has informed medical providers across the United States that participants from the 9/11 health program will soon have all their information forward to the FBI.
“This is absurd,” said Glen Kline, a former NYPD emergency services officer. “It’s silly. It’s stupid. It’s asinine.”
John Feal, a former construction worker who lost half a foot at Ground Zero and runs the advocacy group Feelgood Foundation, also said, “It’s comical at best, and I think it’s an insult to everyone who worked on The Pile and is sick and suffering from 9/11.”