At 9:02 on the morning of April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh blew up a rented truck filled with 4,800 lbs of fertilizer and other explosive material to cause the worst case of domestic terrorism prior to the events of 9/11. The explosion killed 168 people and injured hundreds
This Pulitzer Winning Photo was taken by Charles Porter who was a 25 year old amateur photographer. He developed the picture at a local Wal Mart and his friends encouraged him to take the photo to the media. He then found Wendel Hudson at the Associated Press and the rest is history.
When we saw this at the Eye it reminded us of the sacrifices that our public safety (first responders) folks do on a daily basis. The same public safety folks that Berry and Breen think is "okay" for those officers to be inhaling toxic carcinogens due to malfunctioning extractors.
As the seriousness of what has occurred in Syria; we all can see that evil terrorists are still alive and continue to go after the innocent. It is our prayer that President Obama makes the right choice in rectifying these grievous acts against the people of Syria. We here at the Eye On Albuquerque stand behind the President in his endeavors of taking corrective action against Syria.
Terrorism is just that, rather it be foreign or domestic or the acts of a dictatorship government.
Thanks to the men and women who protected us on 911 and continue to do so. To those firemen, police officers, medical personnel and military personnel; We appreciate you and are forever indebted to your good deeds!
Each and every one of you are a HERO and don't even know it! If you see a copper, a fire guy or gal, a medical person, etc...TELL THEM THANK YOU FOR THIER COMMITMENT TO US CITIZENS!
GOD BLESS AMERICA!