Tuesday, March 28, 2006

More Human Remains Found Near WTC

Construction workers cleaning the Deutsche Bank building across the street from the site of the former World Trade Center in New York City have found four more parts of human beings murdered on September 11, 2001. The building has been searched before for remains, and bone fragments have been found over the last year, but the current set of remains were uncovered by workers cleaning toxic waste from the building before it is dismantled. The Deutsche Bank building was damaged in the fall of the towers and has remained unoccupied since.

The remains will be tested for DNA in hopes of matching the 40% of the estimated 2749 people annihilated by radical Muslims that day for whom no remains have been found. If no DNA match is made, they will join the 9000 pieces of humans kept in storage in hope that future technology will be able to identify them.

1 Comments:

Anonymous marquisdegallifet said...

Sends chill up my spine. I didn't know about the "morgue of the future." I think this news will be downplayed--can't have anything that gets Americans angry at anyone but ourselves, yes?

Wed Apr 05, 05:17:00 PM 2006  

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