Sunday, August 13, 2006

9/11 nun's dying plea

9/11 nun's dying pleafrom new york post: A nun who spent six months blessing human remains in the rubble at Ground Zero says she is dying of lung disease and wants her body autopsied to prove that she and her fellow 9/11 workers were sickened by the poisonous air at the site.

Sister Cindy Mahoney, 54, summoned David Worby, the lawyer representing thousands of sick Ground Zero workers, to her Aiken, S.C., hospice last week and requested that he act as her guardian and fulfill her dying wish by overseeing her autopsy after she's gone...


and just in case you need to jog your memory, the august 23, 2003 issue of newsday reported that the "white house ordered EPA to lie about 9/11 pollution danger."

2 comments:

FR Stephen Petrovich said...

SISTER AND I WORKED TOGEATHER AT WTC SHE WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN IAM ALSO ILL WITH LUNG PROBLEMS AND HAD CANCER REMOVED FROM 911
FR.STEPHEN FROM OHIO

Anonymous said...

Sister and a priest called rev or fr steve worked togeather OUR GUYS WOUNDER HOW HE IS DOING? if anyone knows please post.he was such a great brother always asking us if we needed anything or if we were ok.He went into the piels as if he was one of us never complaning at all.The clergy should not be forgotten,they were their when we needed them a tough group of men and women.
Ladder 24 Westchester co.

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