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NFL Star walks from sea to shining sea to help 9/11 first responders

July 2, 2008

NFL Star George Martin tells Alex Jones about his journey walking across America raising millions of dollars to provide needed medical care for 9/11 first responders

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A Journey for 9/11: Supporting the Heroes of Ground Zero

Complaints Over 9/11 Health Continue


Wednesday January 23, 2008
New York Public Radio Reports About Rudy Giuliani And Air Quality Reports After 9/11

Emotions ran high at a 9/11 Community Health Forum held downtown yesterday. A number of attendees spoke of their chronic health problems and the lack of federal health funds.
by Arun Venugopal

NEW YORK, NY April 14, 2008 —REPORTER: Joseph Zadroga, father of the late first-responder James Zadroga, said the government should've been aware of the dangers at the World Trade Center site.

ZADROGA: This was just like Chernobyl, in Russia, where they had the Russians take wheelbarrows and dump it down into the nuclear reactor to stop the fire.

Father heads to Capitol for 9/11 responders

A promise to his dying son is why Joseph Zadroga will be present for President Bush's State of the Union Address Monday: to remind Capitol Hill of the importance of continuing health care and compensation for responders exposed to ground zero toxins.

The death of James Zadroga, a New York City detective who responded to the World Trade Center after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, has gained national attention. Two pathologists agreed that his death Jan. 5, 2006, resulted from pulmonary fibrosis, which they linked to ground zero contaminants.