Mr. Adams: Perhaps you should read the Times-
Picayune article again
Only ONE person from Munters Corp. was trying to make an assessment of the records damage, and had prior police approval. This effort to save thousands of land records had nothing whatever to do with looters. A well-trained security force can walk and chew gum at the same time, but let us not politicize this issue. Nobody is attacking our President or our troops, which your post implies Surely you would want your own land records to be
protected in the event of a catastrophe, but perhaps you live in an area where your officials have already made permanent records. Such is not the case in New Orleans. Many of these homes will be bulldozed and the land can never be reclaimed by the legal owners.
I believe that both lives and lands should be protected by our homeland security forces, and in this case it seemed possible to do both. As family genealogists we should work toward that goal.
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