Thursday, September 8, 2011

World Trade Center 9-11 Remembrance - #3230 - VIDEO: 9/11 Hero: Man in the Red Bandanna - The Blaze (2) VIDEO: New 9/11 Audio Tapes Detail Horror of the Attack in Real Time - The Blaze (3) Rudy Giuliani on 9/11 Clergy Ban: 'The Microphone Will Not Melt if Religious Leaders are Included - The Blaze


AW: IF YOU ONLY WATCH ONE VIDEO ABOUT A HERO FROM 9/11, PLEASE WATCH THIS ONE, THE MOST MOVING I HAVE EVER SEEN, PLEASE WATCH, YOU WILL BE BLESSED..... Welles was 24-years-old on September 11, 2001. As mentioned by ESPN, Crowther played D-1 Lacrosse at Boston College, graduating in 1999 to then move on to New York City and work as an equities trader at Sandler, O’Neill and Partners on the 104th floor of the South Tower. A volunteer firefighter, Welles gave a call to his mom after the first plane hit to let her know he was ok at 9:12 a.m. He would never speak to her again.  Welles mother Allison said she knew that her son was lost the moment she watched the South Tower collapsed, and with no signs of him at the end of September 2001, the family held a memorial service in Welles’ honor at Grace Episcopal Church in Nyack, N.Y. where over 1,000 people came to pay respects.  Welles’ remains were recovered on March 19, 2002 along with NYFD firefighters and emergency services personnel who had been operating a NYFD Command Center in the lobby of the South Tower. Welles wore the number 19 at Boston College.  “We were just ready to accept we would never hear anything” about what happened to Welles during his last hour, said Alison to Fox News at the family home in Upper Nyack for a September 2002 story. Fox News reports that in the months following 9/11, Allison meticulously combed over every news video or article on the attack, hoping to see a glimpse of her son for any further information of what happened to him.  Read entire story.........

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New 9/11 Audio Tapes Detail Horror of the Attack in Real Time - The Blaze - Previously unreleased audio files detailing the unfolding horror of the Sept. 11 attacks have been made available to the public.  This is the first time the complete communications recordings between military and civilian air traffic controllers as they were dealing with the hijackings have been released.  We have a problem here. We have hijacked aircraft headed towards New York and we need you guys to, we need someone to scramble some F-16s or something up here to help us out,” a worker at a Boston control center says at 8:37 a.m., according to the recordings. No planes had struck any targets yet.  The official on the other end of the line asks if it is all a test.  “No, this is not an exercise, this is not a test,” the worker says.  The recordings show the confusion that ran rampant among air traffic controllers after the hijackers turned off their aircraft transponders, making it difficult for radar to track them.  Read more........

Rudy Giuliani on 9/11 Clergy Ban: 'The Microphone Will Not Melt If Religious Leaders Are Included - The Blaze - Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani isn‘t keeping mum about his opinions on Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s infamous “clergy ban” at this weekend’s 10th anniversary commemoration of the September 11th attacks.  A few weeks ago, The Blaze reported on the outrage over the decision not to include any religious leaders in this year’s event. Of course, we also reported on the fact that faith leaders have never been involved in the official proceedings.  But considering Bloomberg’s vocal opinion on the so-called Ground Zero mosque and his decision to staunchly defend the steel cross that was recovered from the 9/11 wreckage, his decision to exclude faith leaders on this important anniversary is under fire. While addressing the National Press Club, Giuliani said that it would be very easy to organize an interfaith coalition of leaders. Getting some laughs from the audience, he quipped, “The microphone will not melt” if religious leaders are invited to participate.  Read more........

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