9/11 Forgotten Heroes Documentary - Rhetorical Analysis

Laurie Seidl
English 250
Angela Sebastian
10/19/12

A Lie from the U.S. Government

Richard Ray Perez was the director and producer of "9/11 Forgotten Heroes, which stated that our country says we will always remember 9/11 and those who were all involved in the accident, specifically those who died from the accident. We remember those who got injured from the accident too, but do we continue to support and help them with their medical problems that this day caused? The people in this film were strong believers and continuously argued that America didn't care about those who got injured from the 9/11 attacks. In the film, one of the injured 9/11 survivors said, "We took one off ...

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and they came together to support each other. Most people, especially the dying, were being taken care of during and after the accident. The people that weren't so much taken care of were those who were living. The chief of the Environmental Protection Agency, Christine Todd Whitman, said the air was safe for people to breath as they were working on Ground Zero. The Environmental Protection Agency took tests to prove their statement. Later, documented emails were found from the White House, sent to the EPA public relations workers as proof. These emails proved that the White House had ordered the EPA to tell the people of lower Manhattan that the air was safe to breath, without wearing a mask or wearing a paper mask. The people working on Ground Zero wore paper masks the first couple days, until agencies handed out breathing masks three days later on Friday the fourteenth. After wearing the new masks, it would be hard to breathe after two or three hours of usage, because ...

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