Joined: Mar 17, 2005
Location: Staten Island
|Posted: Sat Sep 05, 2009 9:30 pm Post subject: Upcoming Post Story on Personal Property
From Sat Sep 05, 2009 3:00 am to Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:59 am (included)
|To all families,
The Post has helped us again.
Because of the Property Clerks laziness (had meetings with them) and Mr Bloomberg many families will never even get to see the personal property of their loved ones.
They immediately took down their private site if you can recall
I suggest you inundate the property clerk with calls and evidence and perhaps they will get their tails moving. Why wonít they allow the families to view it as I was promised by Jack Tabitz years ago?
Our biggest concern will occur when property unclaimed gets admitted to the permanent memorial .Can you imagine seeing your wifeís ring or husbands daughters or sonís jewelry handbags etc on display.
Knowing the city if you break the glass to retrieve your loved ones property they will lock you up.
But they will not let anyone see what they are still holding .Was told by Jack Trabitz that as inventory became less they would allow families view what was remaining.
Have been told by another whistleblower cash is also inventoried in wallets or purses.
Mr Bloomberg could care less. But break the law and he will be all over you.
My suggestion just like 7 years ago suggest every next of kin receive a catalogue which they showed me.
With Kodak photos of all the property. I have seen that catalogue
Many thanks to all those who responded to my inquiry about 9/11 personal property stored by the NYPD.
My article will appear in the New York Post tomorrow, Sunday. Our website is www.nypost.com.
The NYPD still will not allow 9/11 families or others to view the many remaining pieces of jewelry and other personal possessions.
As usual, they say they will search for items when next-of-kin send in detailed descriptions, and any photos, of the items.
Here's the contact info they gave me:
World Trade Center Return of Personal Property Program
New York Police Department
Manhattan Property Clerk, Room S-20
1 Police Plaza
New York, NY, 10038
Hope this helps some of those still looking for lost belongings.