By Michelle Carter
The Fealgood People
The true stories of New York First Responders' fight against devastating post 9/11- illness as they also fight for justice.
Michelle Carter is a New York-based journalist who felt compelled to document the sheer volume of 9/11 First Responders battling and dying from devastating cancers. Their organized and calculated response to Washington's attempts to cut funding for healthcare and death benefits is admirable, if not effective.
Judy's Son Vs. The Sheriff
In a mostly rural county in New York, the Sheriff and District Attorney were locked in a never-ending power struggle. One fought for justice and the rule of law while the other struggled to hold onto tremendous political power earned through years of patronage, back slaps and corruption. The hapless victim of their war was an innocent personal trainer who spent over a year in jail for a crime the jury said never even happened. His only crime was being friends with a poltical rival- a rival with wildly famous mom. Read the true story of what happened and the media circus that followed.
The Mourning People
Michelle Carter is a third generation funeral director who has worked at a number of funeral homes around New York State. A funny, creepy, heartbreaking and heartwarming collection of tales gathered over a lifetime in funeral service.
Not That Michelle
The perils of being a Gmail early adopter- getting messages every time a sender forgets things like a middle initial or a number. These are the true and crazy stories of getting your inbox blown up by strangers from around the world.
The men and women who were bravery personified on 9/11 are once again engaged in the fight for their lives. Thousands of them have been diagnosed with 9/11 -related cancers, and hundreds have died horribly painful deaths because of it. At the same time, the Federal Government is continually threatening to cut funds intended to help pay for their healthcare. These are some of their stories, and the story of the man who rallies the troops each time it's time to march on Washington.
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