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23 July 2010. Grand Isle, Louisiana.
A sales poster pitched primarily to oil clean up workers as seen on the wall at the Grand Isle marina advertising FEMA trailers at discount prices. These would be the same FEMA trailers that are known to be contaminated with formaldehyde and are the subject of extensive legal wrangling following their use after hurricane Katrina. The FEMA trailers are known to have made people very sick. How is it possible for these trailers, effectively contaminated government owned stock to now be available through private dealers to the general public?
BP's catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico would appear to be encouraging additional contamination of clean up crews through private sales of contaminated FEMA trailers. How is this possible?
Photo credit; Charlie Varley/varleypix.com
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- Charlie Varley www.varleypix.com
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