Friday, February 10, 2006

Will Brown Tell All on Hurricane Katrina?


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Maybe Michael Brown should just discuss everything he wrote in e-mail?

I guess there is enough blame to go around. Of course, blame never once offered a solution nor solved a problem.

Sure to reignite tensions about Hurricane Katrina, full coverage starts below:

"I guess you want me to be the superhero that is going to step in there and suddenly take everybody out of New Orleans," former director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency Michael Brown.

Brown set to testify before Katrina panel
Senators probing government's response to storm
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Michael Brown, the face of the Bush administration's sluggish response to Hurricane Katrina, is set to testify Friday before a Senate panel investigating the aftermath of the disaster.

Former FEMA Director to Testify About Katrina
Denied Executive Privilege, Brown Plans to Discuss Communications With Bush
( -- Michael D. Brown, the former head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, was rebuffed in his request for a claim of executive privilege and plans to testify to a Senate panel today about his calls and e-mails to President Bush and top White House aides in the Hurricane Katrina crisis, Brown's lawyer said yesterday.

Senator: FEMA Unprepared Before Katrina
WASHINGTON (AP) -- FEMA missed early warning signs that emergency response teams were unprepared to handle a catastrophic disaster like Hurricane Katrina, the head of a Senate oversight committee asserted Friday.

W.House knew of flooding night of Katrina: documents
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- Numerous witness accounts of the New Orleans flooding, including from federal officials, reached Washington the night before the White House has said it learned of the disaster, congressional investigators said.

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