Christine Todd Whitman Refuses to Discuss Misleading WTC Rescue Workers
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Christine Todd Whitman Refuses to Discuss Misleading WTC Rescue Workers Hotlist
Thu May 17, 2007
Beginning the day of the 9/11 attacks and for three months after, Robert Williamson, a New York City detective, spent 16-hour days performing rescue and recovery operations at the World Trade Center site.
In 2003, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer as a result of the time he spent at Ground Zero. He died earlier this week at the age of 46, almost six years after he and his fellow WTC rescue workers were told by EPA Director Christine Todd Whitman that the air at Ground Zero was breathable. (keep reading)