FEMA officially suspends its search and rescue efforts, claiming it's too dangerous and that some of the victims have become violent in their attempts to get into the boats. It's a Catch-22; the longer they wait, the more the craziness escalates. a national guardsman is wounded inside the [Super] Dome. Opportunistic crime intensifies, with looters breaking into stores, even private home. gunfire erupts. the city streets are getting too dangerous to even set foot on. [CNN REPORTS -- Katrina: State of Emergency, p. 62]CNN dubbed it "urban warfare."
Reports of 30-40 bodies being discovered by an (obviously enlisted) national guardsman from Arkansas would be dismissed as "rumors" when a formal review of the matter was conducted... the truth of what happened in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina - and its aftermath - is seemingly lost.
But if you look closely enough, you'll find pieces of information proving those initial stories of utter depravity and horror were far more veracious than a formal review of the matters could cover-up.
America's future played out in span of roughly nine days, as the civilization whites built in New Orleans drowned once their descendants fled for safe grounds and left behind the flotsam and jetsam of the Great Society for the world to see in all there Sunday best...
And in the reality of what occurred in New Orleans in late August/early September 2005, we see a horror story of far greater implications than Robert Kirkman's fictional The Walking Dead.[THE WALKING DEAD And Katrina: The “Zombie Apocalypse” Already Happened—And Can Happen Again, VDare, 10-13-15]:
The sixth season of the insanely popular The Walking Dead debuted Sunday night, and it shows no signs of stopping its momentum. TWD,as it’s known, has actually grown in audience size each year since its debut in 2010 [‘The Walking Dead’ Ratings Hit Season Finale High With 15.8M Viewers, by Dominic Patton, Deadline, March 30, 2015]. This graphic tale of zombie survival even spawned a spin-off show (Fear the Walking Dead or FTWD) which garnered the largest audience for its first season in cable history [AMC’s ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Has the Highest-Rated First Season in Cable History, by Rick Kissell,Variety, October 9, 2015]