Beware! It’s a Cyber World - - First Responders Overlooked for 9/11 memorial ceremony at Ground Zero: Summary
A message is circulating on Facebook and other social networks to protest the double standards of the organizers of 10th anniversary of 9/11 memorial ceremony for not inviting those who were among the first responders to the 9/11 disaster 10 years back.
|First Responders to 9/11 Disaster Overlooked in 10th Memorial Ceremony |
The protest message looks like given below:
|Facebook Message Protesting for Not Inviting First Responders to 10th 9/11 Memorial ceremony |
And reads like ..
NYPD, FDNY AND EMS OFFICERS WERE NOT INVITED TO THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY CEREMONY OF 9/11... MAYOR BLOOMBERG CLAIMS THERE IS NO ROOM FOR THEM... 10 YEARS AGO, THEY WEREN'T INVITED, BUT THEY SHOWED UP WHEN EVERYONE ELSE WAS RUNNING OUT!!! RE-POST IF YOU AGREE THEY SHOULD BE THERE
Beware! It’s a Cyber World - - First Responders Overlooked for 9/11 memorial ceremony at Ground Zero: Details
The protest message rapidly being passed on and on through social media networks including Facebook and twitter states that present New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has stated that there is no room at the event for first responders in the 9/11 memorial ceremony.
According to details; President Barack Obama, former president George W. Bush and former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani and the current mayor Michael Bloomberg, will attend the memorial ceremony.
According to reports; the fact mentioned in the protest message being circulated is absolutely correct. Yahoo News mentioned it as:
9/11 first responders left out of 10th anniversary event
But Sept. 11 first responders, the emergency workers who helped with the rescue and recovery efforts 10 years ago, will be denied entry to the 9/11 National Memorial on the 10th anniversary of the attacks.
The 90,000 or so firefighters, police officers, and civilian volunteers who rushed toward the burning twin towers are not invited to the ceremonies on Sept. 11.
Another website Rawstory.com mentioned it as:
The decade anniversary will likely come and go without an emergency first responders network, however.
The news of overlooking to invite those rescue workers who responded to the disaster without taking care of their own lives a decade back is generating much of controversy.