(238 pages | Size: 6 x 9 | ISBN: 978-0974531366; Preview
"If you are ready to know some hard truths and to stop being amongst the herd of "group thought," then this is the book for you. Ken Greene gives an honest,
brutal account of not only what happened during those horrifying moments when the walls came down, but he goes further to discuss
"politically incorrect" topics such as racism in America, election fraud, and the ills within our society that have created walls
(globally) that should never have existed. Poignant, compelling, disturbing--and oh so enlightening!"--L.A. Banks
CBS News: Port Authority Workers Remember
| September 10, 2002 05:43:46
Connecticut Post: Survivor relives that day of infamy
Milford resident Ken Greene's nearly two-hour commute each way to New York City was never a task for the faint of heart. But on Sept. 11, 2001, his daily quest to make a living in Manhattan turned into a battle for survival as he was thrust deep into the deadliest terrorist attack in American history. -- 9/16/2004
48 Hours: Unsung Heroes | October 22, 2001 23:13:49
...morth tower, and there's this incredible thunder hitting the building," says Ken Greene, the Port Authority's assistant director of aviation. _And the...
...Says Greene: "I heard screaming, I heard some people say, 'Where am I?' 'What's going on here?' And at some point, I turned around and I could see out... MORE
48 Hours: Port Authority Heroes PART 2 | October 19, 2001 23:13:49
Port Authority Heroes: Part 2 | October 19, 2001
...an ax to push the door open, and then ran through the clouds of dust. Says Greene: "It just completely engulfed the north tower where I was and I...