Ebola fallout: Louisiana State Attorney General seeks restraining order to keep Duncan’s ashes out of state

October 2014LOUISIANA Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell said late Sunday that he will seek a temporary restraining order to stop the incinerated belongings of Dallas Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan from being brought to a Louisiana landfill. However, there is no evidence that this would spread the dreaded disease. The items include linens, carpets and bedding from Duncan’s apartment. Six truckloads of the “potential Ebola-contaminated material”” were burned at a facility in Port Arthur, Texas, on Friday, Caldwell said in a statement. The ashes are planned to be brought to a hazardous-waste landfill in Louisiana, but Caldwell is trying to stop that from happening. His office is completing an application to seek a temporary restraining order to prevent the material from being brought to the landfill, and expects to file it Monday morning.
The attorney general’s office is also sending a “demand letter” to Texas and federal officials, as well as private contractors who are involved, requesting additional information. Caldwell said in a statement that “the health and safety of our Louisiana citizens is our top priority. There are too many unknowns at this point, and it is absurd to transport potentially hazardous Ebola waste across state lines,” he said. “This situation is certainly unprecedented, and we want to approach it with the utmost caution. We just can’t afford to take any risks when it comes to this deadly virus.”  However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says incineration is the appropriate way to handle this type of waste, and that Ebola-associated waste is no longer infectious when properly incinerated. The disease is spread through an infected person’s blood or bodily fluids such as urine, saliva, sweat and semen, or infected animals. It is not spread through air or water. –NOLA
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8 Responses to Ebola fallout: Louisiana State Attorney General seeks restraining order to keep Duncan’s ashes out of state

  1. George says:

    Perhaps they should transport the ashes to DC and present them to Barry 0bola first.

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  2. Dennis E. says:

    Nuclear wast disposal site in the south west……better place.

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  3. Frankly dear... says:

    What a dumbass!! who people vote for so smart they are dumb

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  4. Rose G. says:

    What I cannot understand is this: If Duncan had Ebola and he was with his girlfriend and family. Why has these people not show any signs of Ebola. There were wet towels, sheets and etc. What goes here? I am starting to wonder if this man really had Ebola at the house or what happened. Perhaps a false flag, who knows. If he was not cured then why did the hospital not give the same vaccine that they gave supposedly the doctor from Africa? He was supposedly cured. Strange again. Good Sy-Fy movie.

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  5. Judy Clarke says:

    NO, NO, no, no, NO, ebola patients and all equipment must NEVER ever be buried or put in land fill. Nature has a way of uncovering bodies, either by accidental means or discovery in years to come. EVERYONE and everything MUST be burned, destroyed.

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  6. niebo says:

    Alvin: Is this not an absolutely ABSURD order? If all else fails, fire kills Ebola, right?

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