The U.S. has just marked the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Lives lost have been commemorated, and patriotic words said. But are American heroes actually treated with due respect? RT's Anastasia Churkina investigates.
Ken George was a 9/11 search and rescue worker whose health has been declining. George is using oxygen to assist him with his breathing and he's not one of only a few first responders who have either died from cancer or are living with it now. These brave heroes blame the sickness on the dust that was inhaled after the Twin Towers collapsed. Ken George gives us a firsthand account of the hardships they have been coping with since 9/11.