(Erica Byfield) Every time someone passes away, a part of me dies because I have the job of researching it and collecting data on these passing,” said John Feal, founder of the FealGood Foundation. “I have been to 159 wakes and funerals.”
Feal is the founder of the FealGood foundation, a nonprofit organization that assists first responders who have been injured in the line of duty. His group raised money for a massive granite memorial on Long Island. Each etched name represents a first responder who died from a 9/11-related illness.
The following correspondence originally took place upon my Facebook wall, after an acquaintance posted artwork from here…
“9/11 changed the world Important questions still remain unanswered What happened to the black boxes? Why did the Bush administration fight an investigation? Where is the wreckage from Flight 93? Why did the NTSB not do a proper investigation? Where is the video of a plane hitting the Pentagon? Why did World Trade Center 7 collapse? Why did firemen report molten steel at Ground Zero? Why were military and political people warned not to fly? Who scheduled the hijacking war games on 9/11? Why did so many firemen report secondary explosions? Where was NORAD?”