posted on Nov, 3 2005 @ 12:29 PM
More correspondences from Michael Brown, former Director of FEMA, have been released. I've included a quote from the original story, but there are
more, which begs the question of "Did this guy know what he was doing?"
Can I quit now? Can I come home?" former Federal Emergency Management Director Michael Brown wrote to Cindy Taylor, FEMA's deputy director of
public affairs, the morning of the hurricane.
A few days later, Brown wrote to an acquaintance, "I'm trapped now, please rescue me."
The original story, posted on CNN, can be found here:
Additionally, the actual emails can be found here:
Like I stated earlier, and in the past, Brown had no idea what he was doing, and this is just the "proof in the pudding", if you will. I would like
to suggest that our lawmakers pass a law that states that anyone that works in a position such as the Director of FEMA actually have experience at the
job and not just be "someones friend".
These recent emails have me very angered.
[edit on 3-11-2005 by elderban]