The most shameful act on a day of shame!

Reply Sun 25 Jul, 2010 03:44 pm

The image above was taken by NYPD helo pilot Detective Greg Semendinger on September 11 2001, there is at least one person in the pic right at the corner out of the smoke, whoever it was must have died cursing the NYPD for not attempting his or her rescue!


The 911 Tourist Guy remains unaccounted for, and sometimes I get the feelin' that it is him at the corner!

Feedback: How could a helicopter have gotten close enough .. all the smoke?


The downdraft from the rotors would have cleared the smoke sufficiently to carry out a rescue, check the following exhortation in the Talmud.. Choschen Hamm: "Therefore, if you see a Christian in difficulty or drowning, do not go to his help, and if he is in danger of death, do not save him."

The lack of effort could simply have been Jews responding to the mores of Judah, as for Semendinger it will be up to a Grand Jury whether he is prosecuted as a capital offender for making no effort to save them, my view is that he is,

His arrest should be at the Precinct House where the rest of New York's foulest in situ will be required to disarm, while any that don't will be regarded as enemy combatants!

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