Monday, July 23, 2007

Video: C.H.A.N.G.E. at the Emergency Managment Conference

We Are Change
Sunday July 22, 2007

"Designed for Emergencies", Emergency Management Conference has
speakers that worked in WTC7 on September 11, 2001 and also speakers
that help design there new office. Henry Jackson, Deputy Commissioner
for Technology, talks about what happened to WTC7 on that fateful day
and what is going on today to fight terrorism. But like many of these
people in high places there story sounds like a script that has been
proven false in the past.

Nate Evans and Alex Copp Confronted Henry Jackson to ask why we are
ignoring the 800 (FEMA) camps built and about the overwhelming
evidence of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks being staged. Henry
Jackson not liking the questioning quickly tries to worm himself out
the interview.

New York City new Office of Emergency Management replaces the city's
former headquarters in the World Trade Center, destroyed on September
11, 2001. Speakers discussed project details, with a focus on the
command, situation room, and the press center.

The OEM, probably the most important facility of its type in the
nation, is a technology-rich space. It includes dozens of displays
that support camera feeds from throughout the metropolitan area.
proprietary video cameras at various secure locations, television
stations, and international sources. It supports locations, television
stations, and international sources. It supports up to 6,000 calls per
hour during an emergency.

New York police and fire, US Coast Guard, FBI, and CIA act together to
plan and execute coordinated action during emergencies.


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