Failure on every level: Local, state & federal governments dodge blame for Katrina


RT America

Published on Aug 28, 2015

Despite Hurricane Katrina resulting in the deaths of over 1,800 people and the displacement of 400,000 more, no formal comprehensive review by the government has ever taken place. Though many place the blame squarely on local officials or the often-criticized Federal Emergency Management Agency, even government officials admit that failures were present on every level. RT’s Manuel Rapalo reports.

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