Just in case the victims of Katrina hadn’t been slighted and robbed enough since the storm, here is a new story from the Associated Press and CBSnews (video below) on new allegation that the FEMA trailers offered for emergency housing, that over 50,000 people are still living in, are toxic. They measure high in formaldehyde fumes, causing nose bleeds, respiratory issues and even reported deaths. Of course, instead of addressing the news, now over ten months old, it seems FEMA did everything in their power to cover it up (assumedly to prevent lawsuits).

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