Can someone explain this to me?
We reported on formaldehyde in FEMA trailers on July 21, 2007. It’s now February 14, 2008 almost seven months later and FEMA is only just admitting the problem.
The people most likely to be in these trailers are the elderly, the handicapped and families with young children.
The news media remains vague on who supplied these trailers and what they were paid for them. My understanding is the suppliers were paid $60,000 each for them. Attorneys advising FEMA advised the agency NOT to test for formaldehyde because it would obligate them to do something about it.
I now agree with George “Fry ‘Em” Bush. Capital punishment is a good idea and we should start with FEMA executives and the people who appointed them.