A Tuscaloosa police officer handcuffs a suspected looter in a destroyed neighborhood on April 30, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.(Getty Images)
A Tuscaloosa police officer handcuffs a suspected looter in a destroyed neighborhood on April 30, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
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American Tornado Catastrophe: Cue the Looters

May 3, 2011  •  From theTrumpet.com
The difference between how Japan handled its worst earthquake and tsunami in history, and how some Americans have handled the worst tornado outbreak in history couldn’t be greater.
 

Government estimates say there were more tornadoes in a single day last week than any other day in U.S. history. Over 312 wreaked terrible damage in just one 24-hour period.

In Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the damage was especially bad. Forty-five people are confirmed dead in this city of 94,000. Hundreds of homes, churches and businesses are completely destroyed.

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