Friday, July 21, 2006


Post-K deaths at Memorial not going away

This is going to be a very difficult issue for the area to deal with. The last (unscientific, granted) survey I saw on about this said that 75% of people don't think that the doctors would have been out of line if they had given lethal doses to some patients. The article below does raise some interesting points from the medical community. How many will just leave next time, rather than face potential charges?

Fury Meets Katrina Hospital Arrests - Los Angeles Times

Thursday, July 20, 2006



Rembember the story a few weeks ago that blamed "black culture" for the aftermath of Katrina? Well some white state rep in Colorado apparently forwarded it to his constituents. Way to be decent.

The Raw Story Colorado state rep blasted for linking 'black culture' to Katrina woes in email

Wednesday, July 19, 2006


Another article about Katrina Fraud

This, however, is the old-fashioned kind, where government employees spend tax dollars on goodies for themselves, their friends, and anybody else that they can think of. You had to know this was going to happen when the oversight rules for credit card purchases and amounts were lifted in the aftermath of the storm. Visit the Washington Post article below for the gory details.

Katrina Audit Shows Fraud, Abuse

Tuesday, July 18, 2006


Americans Frustrated by Evacuation Pace -

No kidding! I'm usually frustrated by the evacuation pace down too.

Americans Frustrated by Evacuation Pace -


Katrina murder charges handed down for doctor, two nurses

There were many reports of this occuring after the storm, here are the first criminal charges. It's going to be difficult to get a conviction on these charges I'm sure, knowing the conditions in the hospital 5 days post K. Such a sad story all around. - Three charged with second-degree murder in Katrina hospital deaths - Jul 18, 2006

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