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By Max A. Goldstein

Lieutenant Brian Mohammed, a fallen police officer who served on the Upper West Side, was honored Friday with a plaque dedicated in his name at the 20th Precinct station at 120 W. 82nd St. between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues. Mohammed died from illnesses he contracted as a result of his work on the rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero in the weeks after the Sept. 11 attacks at the World Trade Center. Mohammed was 43 years old, and served the NYPD and the Upper West Side’s 20th Precinct for 17 years. He is survived by his wife and child.

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  • ZyruzJ

    One of the worst Thing I’ve heard about this that those who are seeking for medical care and health care monitoring!
    We are victim of World trade center and the dust still there present though it happened year ago,many people died but still there are some who survived ,and still having there life testimony that God had a purpose,
    talking about the bill,last discussed here we are now in a moment to compromise
    There are unanswered questions about 9/11. The Shootist is cold blooded enough to have come up with something like that.

    But that photo of Shrub sitting with his 3rd grade class (he’s almost as smart as one) with that vacant look after being told of second plane hitting the tower … that wasn’t planned. He was waiting for someone to tell him what a real President would do now. ‘Course that wouldn’t be the first nor last time he was in the dark about his boss was doing.

    And consider the logistics of cutting through 2 or 3 layers of 5/8″ sheetrock (steel columns are double or triple wrapped for fire protection), placing the charges, patching the hole and cleaning up the mess, all the while avoiding janitors and security.

    I agree that some questions still are not fully answered. And Shrub and the Shootist should stand trial. But, as soon as an investigation was started, both would flee the Country. Shootist to the Mid East where his company moved and the Shrub to the Southern Cone, where he could be El Jefe.

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