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I just posted some of my Pictures from 9/11!

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posted on Dec, 3 2006 @ 08:00 PM
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To those among us who wish to see a different view not
published in the media. I have posted 87 of many photos
that myself and my coworkers took on that day and the
many days that follow. Some of the photos show the damage
and carnage of the buildings and how we pulled together
and did our best in the time of the worst.

Please check it out.
More photos to come.

A retired Police Officer sick from 9/11 who is still proud to serve!

s129.photobucket.com...



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posted on Dec, 3 2006 @ 09:16 PM
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Bufordny,
It is hard to find words to express to you how much
your service is appreciated.
Lost Brothers and Departed Loved Ones
will not be forgotten.
I sincerely hope the Truth of that day will be forthcoming

Thank You for the pics



posted on Dec, 3 2006 @ 09:50 PM
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These are the photos from my coworkers.

My CO took alot of the PIT.



posted on Dec, 3 2006 @ 10:23 PM
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Thanks for these images.

Resources like these are valuable when they only otherwise come to us through federal agencies that could present conflicts of interest to an objective examination of all relevant information.

NIST, for example, considered all evidence of sulfidated and evaporated steel "irrelevant" to their investigation of the three collapses in Manhattan that day, and simply focused on trying to cause heated trusses to fail (which they could not do). NIST sits on top of thousands of photos and video clips from 9/11 and the clean-up.

Anyway, thanks, not only for your services as a public servant, but for contributing these photos. They'll be organized, hosted again for the public, and examined to find additional information on the events in lower Manhattan.



posted on Dec, 3 2006 @ 10:26 PM
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Thank you so much for sharing these images.



posted on Dec, 3 2006 @ 10:40 PM
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i'm not american but those images still make me all sad inside, i'm sure you've seen some horrible scenes than whats been shown on tv and all i can say is RESPECT.

can i ask a question? as police officer involved in 9/11 what are your feelings when you read threads on ATS saying 9/11 was a inhouse job? (ie from your own government),

anyway all the best mate and have a good christmas


[edit on 3-12-2006 by st3ve_o]



posted on Dec, 3 2006 @ 10:47 PM
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WOW! some powerful and moving images there, thankyou for sharing them



posted on Dec, 3 2006 @ 10:51 PM
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Thanks Bufordny for the pics and more importantly your courage and service.The NYPD and NYFD were the true heroes of 9/11.God bless you.



posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 09:48 AM
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It was hard to post these, it brought back memories of those days.
I feel better sharing them. I still smell the burning odors and feel the day was yesterday. I lost a lot of good friends that day and people I worked with and ran into from time to time. I still have bad dreams of that event, but I understand the dreams are telling me never forget! I hope you can see what frustration and horror that we ALL went through.

But DO NOT FORGET the rescuers from all over this nation that came and helped.
And the wonderful citizens that came and helped knowing what we did. I saw approximately 20000 regular people who just said we want to help and did!

This reinforced my belief of the American Way, and The NY way.

Most NY'ers just keep to themselves until something like this happened.
We all came together.

I am still frustrated on what to believe was the cause, but I will not argue the fact that 2 planes hit those buildings I saw the landing gear and engines and what happened to the people who died.

Whether or not the government had somtheing to due with it is still with the JURY (US) to figure out.



posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 11:28 AM
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Burfordny

I don't care if I'm reiterating what others have said but thankyou for sharing these images with us.

I havent had time to look at them all but over the coming days and weeks I will. I just hope they will be given the respect they deserve and maybe just maybe help answer a few unanswered questions from that fateful day.

Respect

MR



posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 12:08 PM
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Hey Burfordny!
I wept more on that fateful day than I have the last 30 years combined. I've always been a very proud American, but I can tell you that I will never look at an American flag the same way again. My sense of pride has multiplied 10 fold, and that has absolutely nothing to do with the present American Government. It is due in large part to you.
You Sir, and all of your brethren have my utmost respect. I don't throw that "respect" word around very often. When the nightmare occurred, and thousands of people were running away from the scene literaly fearing for their lives - You went running into the heart of the danger, risking your very life to see what you could do to help.
Yes, you made me proud. You showed what true mettle is. You showed what true American spirit is.
Thank you first for the pictures. Quite powerful to say the least.
I stand and salute you Sir. Thank you.



posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 12:37 PM
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All I can say is, WOW! That is some collection.

Thank you for sharing these!



posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 01:04 PM
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Originally posted by bufordny
It was hard to post these, it brought back memories of those days.
I feel better sharing them. I still smell the burning odors and feel the day was yesterday. I lost a lot of good friends that day and people I worked with and ran into from time to time. I still have bad dreams of that event, but I understand the dreams are telling me never forget! I hope you can see what frustration and horror that we ALL went through.

But DO NOT FORGET the rescuers from all over this nation that came and helped.
And the wonderful citizens that came and helped knowing what we did. I saw approximately 20000 regular people who just said we want to help and did!

This reinforced my belief of the American Way, and The NY way.

Most NY'ers just keep to themselves until something like this happened.
We all came together.

I am still frustrated on what to believe was the cause, but I will not argue the fact that 2 planes hit those buildings I saw the landing gear and engines and what happened to the people who died.

Whether or not the government had somtheing to due with it is still with the JURY (US) to figure out.


Thank you so much for being a true hero to all Americans. Every single rescue worker, who devoted their lives to helping those that day, and the days after, deserve nothing but the utmost respect. Thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart.



posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 01:06 PM
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bufordny,

thank you for all that you did for our fine city. While our attitude and behavior has returned, somewhat, our appreciation, caring and gratitude for the many people who helped us during that period will never change.

hopefully the gov'ts (city, state and federal) will do what is right and take care of all the sick and suffering who gave their all.

Again, thank you to you and your coworkers.

Crakeur



posted on Dec, 5 2006 @ 12:28 PM
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dude,those were some totally awesome photos!where were you at when the planes hit?
do you live anywhere near ground zero?



posted on Dec, 5 2006 @ 01:34 PM
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I reported to my office at 6 am in the Bronx. My unit was in the process of traing officers to be deployed to Wash DC for the WTO, WEF Protests. I was fixing some helmets and I was listening to our City Wide radio when we hear the call come over that a plane just hit the WTC. We stopped what we were doing and started to gather up equipment. We comandeered some city buses and sent our classroom officers and some equipment down there post haste. I stayed behind to finish loading all of our stuff in our trucks and vans with some of the other members of our command when we heard that a second plane just hit the other tower. We knew then that it was a terrorist attack.

I deployed with a box truck down to the west side highway. The north tower just collapsed. I could not get to close due to the cloud and vehicles. It was like driving into a nuke site just after it went off. The Crowds were running past me as I tried to get closer. I stopped and went in by foot to locate some were I could start to bring in my equipment. Then the Gas main blew. I started running back to the truck and saw my sgt riding on the trunk of a police car covered in dust. He screamed out to fall back to Pier 40 to regroup.

When we got there it was a mess. We set up a command center there and started handing out equipment. I remember the jets flying overhead. We did not know that they were AF flying CAP over the city. Our radio Dispatcher was trying to keep us abrest of what was going on. There was alot of conflicting reports of more planes on the way, the pentagon was hit and The AF was shooting down planes. This was unconfirmed at the time but I felt the world had gone mad.
I remember hiding under my truck when we heard the jets come over. I said to my friend I bet the ICBM are warming up and some country was going to get a glass parking lot. I did not know if I was going to make it or be killed in a another attack.
We did so much that day trying to get into the site and get needed equipment into our fellow rescuers. I did not know that almost two days had past when I remember our Lt said when are you going to work 4am to 4pm or 4pm to 4am. I stayed and worked until 4pm on the third day, and then I was ordered home to rest. So much went on I will tell more later.



posted on Dec, 5 2006 @ 08:51 PM
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I only was able to glance at a few of your pictures, but I will look at more later. All I can say is thanks for sharing the pictures as well as your story. I'm sure many of us would love to hear more.



posted on Dec, 5 2006 @ 09:06 PM
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It is always amazing to see these events play out from a different angle.

Thank you so much for these pictures. Slowly browsing through them now.

I hesitate to move on to the next picture. Staring in amazement at each one for minutes at a time.

Again, Thank You!




posted on Dec, 6 2006 @ 09:13 AM
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I too want to say thank you. I cannot adequately describe how much respect and appreciation I have for you who were there.

My sister in law's little brother was there. He and his ladder crew volunteered their services day & night to help their brothers. I have his pictures that he took on scene. If he permits, I will share them as well.

You are correct in saying that it feels like it was just yesterday.
I hope you have recovered your health.



posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 09:58 AM
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I saw the photos, thanks for posting.

THey show nothing different than the photos released by the feds and the media. this leads me to beleive that photos are one medium we can rule out that any kind of foul play has been done. the feds have not been hiding anything by only releasing the photos they have realeased. it appears theyve been honest in this particular media outlet.

this makes me ask the quesion, if they were honest and objective about their photo releases, how many otherthings will we find that they were honest about?

think about it, the feds arent hiding anything, and never were. If there was any kind of conspiracy going on, I would expect something redically different in the OPs photos vs the fed's photos. I found nothing radically different. For the conspiracy to work, lots of radical things would have to have happened, and lots of photos would have to have been hidden which contain obvious evidence of foul play. we see none of that given the OPs photos, this means these photos actually provide alittle bit of evidence against the conspiracy theory....we should have found something unusual in those independant photos if the conspiracy were true, we did not.



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