The US Army Corps of Engineers and the engineering community are ramping up their campaigns to shift blame for the metro New Orleans flooding away from themselves and onto the citizens/victims.
Actual blame for the catastrophic flooding during Katrina lies at the feet of the Corps of Engineers because the agency, by federal law, is solely responsible for the design and construction of the levees.
But ever since the August 29, 2005 flood, the Corps of Engineers and its consultancy communities have been more concerned with protecting their own reputations than with finding out the truth.
After the spectacular public failure of the Corps of Engineers’ system in New Orleans, the Corps has consistently blamed the citizens of Louisiana for the catastrophic flooding using a combination of spin and half-truths.
And upcoming lawsuits in the New Orleans area have further energized the Corps of Engineers and the engineering community.
We invite you to join a new Team of people to respond to this PR campaign that has already begun.
If you join this important new Team, you will have a critical role in preserving and protecting New Orleans.
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And if you live and work away from metro New Orleans, this is a truly powerful way you can help your family and friends in the City and the land you love.