Aftermath: Oct. 5 Matt Campbell - AFP, The Washington Post, At a memorial service in Farmingdale, N.Y., Winifred Danz, 8, carries the police cap of her late father, Vincent Danz. Winifred's mother Angela follows. Danz is among the hundreds of New York City rescue personnel entombed by the collapsed towers of the World Trade Center.
A mock death would consist of the disappearance from public view---or "going ghost"---of a verifiable person, in a fully established and documented identity, who exists legitimately and authentically in a job, community, and family relationship structure. The use of American citizens as collateral damage for the purposes of justifying a military retaliation was spelled out in a Joint Chiefs of Staff planning document from 1962 called Operation Northwoods, the facts of which became widely known with the publication of James Bamford's book, "Body of Secrets" in 2001. In this case, it is the death itself that is considered the "mock" element.
A mock life, on the other hand, can be referred to as a vicsim, for "simulated victim," which consists of a false identity, generally created within a computer data bank, which is then given the attributes of personhood through the agency of covert actors, agents, and assisting operatives, who play roles in support of this manufactured public persona. The resources expended in establishing these identities could be greater or lesser, over a period from several months to several years in advance of the triggering action, depending on the level of scrutiny they'd be likely to encounter in the aftermath of activation.
Mae Brussell, a chronicler of clandestine government who died in 1988, called this secret class of underworld occupants, "Migratory Birds," for the convertibility of their personas.
On March 28, 2010, an anonymous commenter to my blog expressed confusion as to what my ultimate finding had been concerning Police Officer Vincent Danz. I reiterated that I could verify that Danz's parents existed, which led me to believe he was a real person and legitimate police office, which according to my theory, meant he then must still be alive. I went on to add
"I might imagine that after a certain period of years Vincent Danz reentered his family's lives under a new identity and perhaps with new facial features."Then recently, on January 6, 2011, another anonymous commenter to the blog, quoted this line, calling it
Heinous!!!!!!!!!!That same day I received an email from a Timothy D. Danz, with the subject line, "Joe & Ellen Danz," asking me,
You claim to know or have known his parents! You are clearly a deranged liar, thus rendering all of your psudo-intellectual drivel null & void.
"Tell me Steve specifically, how exactly did you know my parents? Thank you,"I emailed him back directly with a three-word answer, which seemed to satisfy him, for he followed up a short time later, initiating a dialogue
Thank you.I emailed him back straightaway,
I have to tell you that if my brother Vincent was returned to his family under a different name & with an altered appearance I sure wish he'd let me know, I miss my little brother immensely; he once told me that I was his best friend and he was mine. I suppose the jawbone and the 2 actual feet (inside a pair of his boots) that were uncovered in mid-October 2001 and that matched my Mother's DNA were somehow planted in the pile, if one were to believe your theory.
I was one of the very few people who got to listen to the message Vincent left from the North tower that dreadful morning, the tape was left in the answering machine and was taped over. You know it's never been quoted correctly in all the stories that have emerged but I will hold his exact words to myself. What I will tell you is his voice was quivering, shaky, and laced with obvious fear & trepidation but I am proud to say he never wavered from the mission. Do you suppose he was in on the mega-conspiracy and was acting impeccably, or just a pawn who 'was returned to his family…………………..'?
NYPD Chief of Police at the time, Joe Esposito, must have lied to me when he told me how he was with Vincent that morning on Vin's ESU truck and Vin gave him his helmet to wear. The story goes that seconds before Vin ran in he told Joe, 'Chief, I'm gonna need my helmet back now'.
You know I have had my own questions as to who and/or what might have been behind the events of that day and have given much thought to the 'false flag' theory. I will always have questions Steve but when I read your deluded 'Vicsim' blog naming Vincent as an example and citing photo quality and other minutiae I have to laugh at how far and deep people like you will go to validate your very far-fetched takes. It seems that you're unable to draw a definitive line as to wear it all starts or where the 'in on it' line is drawn.
I’d love to hear your response to this Steven, it will determine whether or not I embark on a mission to discredit your blog as a whole.
Tim Danz, 7th of 9 children to Joe & Ellen.
Hey Tim---What I got back next from Tim, however, was an unintentional forwarding of a series of private email exchanges between himself and a group of his associates, (Oops!) that began this way:
Could you tell me the years that you and Vincent graduated from Southampton High School? I'd like to look up your pictures in the H.S. annuals located in the local library.
You know, the criticism of the substandard images of Vincent (as well as all the other "victims,") found online, by which we are meant to remember them, is valid. If you really want to take me on, I'd start there. Surely amongst eight surviving siblings you could find materials and expand the public collection of his images. Or are you going to claim "family privacy?"
I don't believe any of the narrative details from any of the stories of that day. Vincent's last phone message home has never been accurately quoted in the media? Whose fault is that? You are the custodian of his memory. Are you content with the bare bones outline of his hero myth?
Why did he go up in the towers that day? What was his mission? The PA has its own police force. Was Vincent familiar with the offices in the North Tower? Read the transcripts of the FDNY and the EMS. There were no rescues that day. None. This whole story line is bogus from start to finish.
Before you set out on a mission to discredit my blog "as a whole," you might want to read it first. I have uncovered 100,000 lies. But you want me to believe that Vincent Danz is the truth, right?
It is not criticism of me to say that I am "unable to draw a definitive line as to wear it all starts or where the 'in on it' line is drawn." My blog intends to set out the limited facts as they can be known. I say I know that Vincent Danz's parents actually existed. Clearly, I believe that Vincent was "in on it." I have no idea about you---except, since you are the first real person to contact me in the over five years I have been at work, that vouchsafes something about you.
I seem to have passed your first test. Apparently, I am not a liar. So am I insincere, or a kook, or what? Do you think I enjoy this? That I somehow derive pleasure by taking these positions? The "big lie" was successful because even contemplating thoughts such as these was verboten. Please excuse my poor taste. My fight is much bigger than Vincent, and I don't intend to get sidetracked by personalities. Other than that, I beg your forgiveness.
From: Tim Danz firstname.lastname@example.org;
Subject: Vincent Danz
To: "'James'" email@example.com; "'Jim Nelson'" firstname.lastname@example.org; "'Brian Schnabel'" email@example.com; "'Dan Bull'"firstname.lastname@example.org; "'Sean Flood'" email@example.com;
Date: Monday, January 10, 2011, 9:17 AM
Speaking of conspiracy theories, the below article was found and sent to my by my sister Bernadette. It supposes Vin was a 'mock victim' or 'vicsim' on 9/11 and actually goes on to say 'I might imagine that after a certain period of years Vincent Danz reentered his family's lives under a new identity and perhaps with new facial features.'
This guy is truly a whack-job who has gone off the deep end of conspiracy theorists. I have initiated an email with this tool and I'll share it with you if you’re interested. I have to think long & hard about whether I'll continue or not.
James Murphy, what year did Vin graduate from Southampton HS? This idiot wants to compare record photo’s to others.
From: James Nelson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, January 10, 2011 10:53 AM
To: 'James'; 'Brian Schnabel'; 'Dan Bull'; 'Sean Flood'; Tim Danz
Subject: Re: Vincent Danz
I will get on a plane with you and make sure this A-hole gets some new facial features if you like!!!!! Flooderov....you gots my back????
On Jan 10, 2011, at 11:01 AM,
From: Tim Danz email@example.com
Subject: Vincent Danz
To: "'James'" firstname.lastname@example.org; "'Jim Nelson'" email@example.com; "'Brian Schnabel'" firstname.lastname@example.org; "'Dan Bull'" email@example.com; "'Sean Flood'" firstname.lastname@example.org ;
Thanks Jim, I’ll let you know. I sent the below to him in response:
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, January 10, 2011 11:09 AM
To: Tim Danz
Cc: James Nelson; Brian Schnabel; Dan Bull; Sean Flood
Subject: Re: Vincent Danz
I'm with Mr Nelson. I'm happy to do some facial rearranging.
I think Vin graduated in '81.
Do you have this idiots tel number?
From: Tim Danz email@example.com
Subject: Vincent Danz
To: "'James'" firstname.lastname@example.org; "'Jim Nelson'" email@example.com; "'Brian Schnabel'" firstname.lastname@example.org; "'Dan Bull'" email@example.com; "'Sean Flood'" firstname.lastname@example.org;
Date: Monday, January 10, 2011, 9:17 AM
No, but his email address is email@example.com
You can get to his blog site from this link:
Police Officer Vincent Danz: Vicsim or Mock Victim?
Apparently, all of these men are in the habit of discussing conspiracy theories during office hours while engaging in one themselves---a conspiracy that plans violence against someone with whom they find themselves in disagreement. At least, Mr. James Nelson and Mr. James Murphy went on record with their violent intentions, while Mr. Danz defers with a possibility: "Thanks Jim, I’ll let you know."
Police Memorial Service Held In New York
NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 9: Ellen Danz, mother of NYPD officer Vincent Danz, who was killed in the September 11 terrorist attacks, bows her head during a memorial service honoring police officers killed in the line of duty September 9, 2002 in New York City. Twenty-five names were added to the police memorial wall this year, including the 23 NYPD officers killed in the September 11 terrorist attacks. Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images, Sep 09, 2002
Since Timothy Danz had emailed me from his professional email account, which contained copious business contact information, I decided it best at this point to call him directly and clear the air. When he answered the phone, I caught him off guard, since he thought I was responding to the last email that he'd intentionally sent only moments before:
You have passed nothing Steve and when it comes to my brother’s legacy I will gladly 'take you on'.In our phone conversation, Tim Danz first denied that the errant emails erroneously forwarded to me constituted real threats, while at the same time arguing that my rhetoric justified these sorts of extreme reactions. He described all the men in his group as being "first-responders," who knew Vincent Danz in advance of 9/11, and who remained active in his memorialization process afterward. Two were California State Policemen, two were municipal firemen, and one was a county sheriff.
Your criticism relative to Vincent specifically is nowhere near valid. I can provide you with a list of Southampton and/or east end residents that will vouch for Vin's existence but I imagine you would question their integrity too. Or perhaps you should have a cup of tea with my Mother who can show you album upon album of photo history about her youngest child. I can bury you in photo’s Steve (all of which are substandard by today's standards) but it seems you will never be satisfied nor will you admit you’ve made an egregious and painful mistake. You have crossed a line in bringing my brother's name into your search for the truth and should be ashamed of yourself. You will owe us all an apology and a retraction if you're man enough to admit your misjudgments.
For now I will tell you that Vincent was a member of the Southampton HS' Class of 1981.
(I could verify online that there was a Sgt. James Nelson of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department, while www.ratemycop.com lists a California Highway Patrol Police Department employee Sean E. Flood; elsewhere we can find a 42-year-old by that name with the same email address, of firstname.lastname@example.org, and a phone number of 916-685-6143. It is unusual for police officers to have any personal information available to the general public, even within their local communities, let alone online.)
Of course, I also promised to continue to reevaluate my positions, and to retract and apologize for any errors I found that I had made. But after considering the matter thoroughly for several days, I've found more questions have been raised, than issues settled.
First off, what are we to make of the very strange response to my question to Timothy D. Danz, "Could you tell me the years that you and Vincent graduated from Southampton High School?" Why does Tim, who was three years older than his brother Vincent, have to ask an associate, James Murphy, for help with this question? Why would Murphy be the custodian of this memory? What is his relationship to Vincent Danz?
Reporting on the funeral of Vincent Danz, the New York Daily News said that a "Deacon Jim Murphy," had delivered a homily; while a lesser known article in Newsday, 1st of the Finest - Thousands mourn in first service for a lost NYPD officer, described the deliverer of the homiletic as "Danz's first cousin Jim Murphy, a former FBI agent and lay deacon," Newsday's, Vincent Danz Obit, the following day, said that his cousin, was "Deacon James Murphy, of Syosset."
Could the Californian James [G?] Murphy at email@example.com be the same man as the Long Island lay deacon, do you think? (There are too many Irish James Murphys at the FBI---beyond the "former FBI" "Deacon James F. Murphy, ordained in 1999, serving at St. Edward Confessor Church, Syosset, NY; Special Agent James K. Murphy, supervisor of polygraph examiners unit; and Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Inc., Past Presidents, James M. Murphy, 1998-99.)
In Tim Danz's first email to me he said:
"I suppose the jawbone and the 2 actual feet (inside a pair of his boots) that were uncovered in mid-October 2001 and that matched my Mother's DNA were somehow planted in the pile, if one were to believe your theory."And during our telephone conversation, Tim added an additional macabre detail---saying that another one of their several brothers had made a gift to Vincent of these same boots, and they were returned to this brother as mementos.
In a scarce October 21, 2001, article in the Jewish World Review, "Hero Husband Found at Last," by the famous columnist Jimmy Breslin, is an absolutely ridiculous yarn about the discovery of Vincent's body parts. In order to gather the full flavor of the Breslin tabloid style of delivery, the article should be read in its entirety. But here are a few excerpts:
"The line of men they were passing down five-gallon buckets.So, amidst all the carnage, they recognized the jaw bone and the two boot-shod feet by an intact MasterCard found nearby? And they gather Joseph Esposito, the chief of the department, Joseph Dunne, the deputy police commissioner, and Angela Mary Reilly Danz, the grieving widow, as witnesses? Who writes this shit?
"At 1:30 yesterday afternoon they were digging in the smoke at the top, and somebody came up with a credit card for Officer Vincent Danz. He was in the wreckage right under them, they all agreed. The hands reached into the gray rubble.
"By 3 o'clock, a truck from emergency service unit three in the Bronx pulled into the lot and parked at the foot of the hill. If it was Danz's body, it was theirs to carry...
"That's the widow," a sergeant, Ricky Kemmler, said...
"[W]ith her hand being held by Joseph Dunne, who is the deputy police commissioner..
"On the hill in front of her, twin lines of men went up the hill, that is several stories high...
"Now a police commander in white uniform shirt climbed to the turn in the line...
"He is Joseph Esposito, the chief of the department...
"[A]t the top they formed a little circle around something...
"At the top; Esposito's white shirt appeared. He was in front of a gurney that was cloaked with an American flag....
"It looks like they got him,"
"Now Esposito walked first down the slope. Walked slowly, for they could not slip with the gurney. Men in the lines on either side saluted...."The patrol car roof light went on and the big emergency truck followed through the mud...
"Then they went out onto the streets and headed for the morgue on First Avenue with the body the widow and his emergency outfit had wanted so much...
Too bad such a dramatic moment of recovery couldn't even be remembered a year later, on the first anniversary, when the United States Coast Guard honored Vincent Danz with his half-share of a Memorial Classroom and Lounge at the Coast Guard Recruit Training Center in Cape May, as the United States Coast Guard News reported,
"Machinery Technician First Class Jeffrey Palazzo and Port Securityman Second Class Vincent Danz of Coast Guard Reserve Unit Activities New York, NY were helping evacuate one of the towers when it collapsed. The bodies of Palazzo with Rescue Unit 5 of the New York Fire Department and Danz of the New York Police Department Emergency Service Unit were not found."What was Vincent Danz doing in the vicinity of downtown Manhattan that morning? His unit was based in the South Bronx. How could Vincent make it into the North Tower in the first 17 minutes between the first plane strike and the second plane strike? As Tim Danz asked me in his email:
NYPD Chief of Police at the time, Joe Esposito, must have lied to me when he told me how he was with Vincent that morning on Vin's ESU truck and Vin gave him his helmet to wear. The story goes that seconds before Vin ran in he told Joe, 'Chief, I'm gonna need my helmet back now'.What possible purpose would explain this, as "the story goes..?" Wikipedia tells us that
"They [the ESU units] are always on patrol (all three tours, 365 days a year) with 10 Heavy Rescue trucks, each manned by a police officer and a sergeant, and often more than twice as many smaller Radio Emergency Patrol vehicles containing two ESU police officers. There are also two or more patrol Sergeants or Lieutenants in unmarked vehicles on duty at all times to supervise ESU operations where needed."If Vincent Danz was on duty, why wasn't he in the Bronx were he belonged? What radio frequency was Danz and ESU-3 using? What commander and command center directed them to enter into the North Tower? Did the Chief of Police, Joe Esposito, become their defacto supervisor?
Vincent Danz is reported to have made a phone call to his wife while on his way up the stairs of the North Tower.
"In a last-minute cell phone call to his wife, Angela, on Sept. 11, Danz left the following message: "Hon, it's 9:50 and I'm at the World Trade Center. I'm up in the building. Say a prayer that we get some of these people out. I'm OK but say a prayer for me. I love you."Or, its variant:
"I am in this awful place helping people," Dunne quoted Danz as saying. "Pray for them, pray for me." 4, 6In Timothy Danz's email to me, he put it like this:
I was one of the very few people who got to listen to the message Vincent left from the North tower that dreadful morning, the tape was left in the answering machine and was taped over. You know it's never been quoted correctly in all the stories that have emerged but I will hold his exact words to myself. What I will tell you is his voice was quivering, shaky, and laced with obvious fear & trepidation but I am proud to say he never wavered from the mission.Vincent Danz should have sounded like he was panting after a five-mile run by 9:50 A.M. His voice should have little capacity to quiver. If he were feeling trepidatious he could have picked up his radio and listened to the evacuation warnings. What did he think to mean by saying, "Say a prayer that we get some of these people out?" By that point, the towers should have begun emptying and he should have known it. The line should have read, "Say a prayer that we get all of these people out."
And it is unclear what the final disposition of the phone tape is. In our call, Tim said the message had been overwritten, but that he had had a chance to hear it first. However, in an article, Above Hallowed Ground, by Craig W. Floyd, chairman of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, in Washington, D.C. he describes an invitation to visit ground zero one week after the attack. He has this to say:
"We left the PBA office for a short ride over to One Police Plaza, headquarters of the New York City Police Department. The auditorium there had been turned into a temporary home for the families of the 23 missing NYPD officers. An abundance of food and drink was present, along with cots that had been brought in for the families to sleep on. It was quiet when we entered, with a combination of officers and family members scattered about the room.So Greg Danz of Newburgh seems like he's a big man within police circles, which is entirely different than the victim's family advocacy groups. Tim Danz told me that he and two other brothers received a tour of ground zero on the 17th of September. Craig Floyd sounds like a square shooter. If he was enthusiastic about the FBI's chance's for recovery of the tape message, there's a good chance it happened.
"Greg Danz, the brother of Officer Vinnie Danz, told me he worked in a building just a few blocks from the World Trade Center. He could see the towers crumble and he knew that his brother was probably on the scene. His worst fears were soon realized when he was told later in the day that Vinnie was missing.
"On the way out, Lynn and I were given a very special assignment. While Vinnie Danz was inside one of the towers, helping move people to safety, he picked up an office phone and dialed his wife, Angela. He wanted her to know that he was okay and that he loved her—just in case. His wife wasn't home, so he left a voice mail message on their answering machine. Unfortunately, later in the day, the message was accidentally taped over. Our job was to get the tape to an expert at the FBI who had offered to do whatever he could to retrieve the lost message. With Vinnie missing for a week, that taped message to his wife had grown immeasurably in importance. When we returned to Washington, the FBI technician's wife came by to personally pick up the tape for her husband. She said that, like everyone else, they wanted to do something to help. Retrieving Vinnie's message had become almost as important to them as it was to Angela."
Now that we're on the subject, just what's up with Greg Danz? Check out his legacy.com posting:
September 15, 2004Frankly, I'm not comfortable with civilians having open access to armored police facilities under any circumstances. Especially when they act like complete nincompoops. What can he possibly mean when he says, "Tell Dad, Winny, & Mary I miss them and I can't wait to the day we will all be together again, GOD willing?" Dad, Winny and Mary are in heaven, right, Greg? You're being a good boy too, aren't you? And this just doesn't make sense: "He could see the towers crumble and he knew that his brother was probably on the scene." BUT HIS BROTHER WORKED IN THE FUCKING BRONX! Is this just more mindless public relations pablum, like Angela, who still writes every year too:
Just want to say hi, Norma & I stopped by 3 TRUCK this past Sat.9/11/04 on our way home from the WTC,those guys are the best they had Jeromes,Wally's and your lockers open and they had the rooks pull your gear bags off the shelve for morning roll call.Vin I stop by the truck on a regular basis, they even gave me my own locker, Ha.Anyway just want to let you know how much I & all the E MEN miss you.Tell Dad,Winny, & Mary I miss them and I can't wait to the day we will all be together again, GOD willing.
Love you guys.
September 12, 2010This year she slips in the name of her new husband Kevin for the first time. How does Kev really feel about your old love affair Angela? Don't you think it's time to move on? Really---we don't care about the money, you've earned it. We're even. It's been nine years. Move on dear.
Well here we are agin my love, another year passing without you in this world. We all went down to ground zero yesterday. Winnie decided she wanted to read some names this year. Well my love she was fantastic. If you could see her I know you would have been beaming with pride. She misses you so very much. It was very difficult to be there because it is such a sad place for me. I looked up at the huge cranes and was filled with such pain and saddness for a life cut short. We had so much to do love and you had plans to work one of those cranes some day. I know you are in a better place and I know you watch over us each day but I miss your laugh, your smile your strength. The girls are doing great. Kevin and I are hard at work trying to do our best. Winnie is a senior in highschool and an amazing kid. Emily, a freshman, cannot take that in just yet, she seems too young, the sweetest thing on the planet. Abigail, is in 4th grade and still a powerhouse of personality, the happiest child and such a joy to be with every day. We all miss you and ask that you continue to be our guardian through the days. I love you with all my heart and always will. xxxAngela
blauvelt, New York
3 [10-6] Today, for the first time, the New York Police Department symbolically laid to rest one of its own.
Police officials could not explain why their first memorial service took place only today. "I think they waited the two weeks hoping against hope that there would be a miracle, and I think they're coming to terms with things," a top police official said. "It's just the choice of the family."
St. Kilian's, a parish that memorialized eight parishioners last week alone
Msgr. James P. Swiader, the pastor at St. Kilian's, sodomy
In the Catholic Church, they are calling these services "memorial Masses" instead of funeral Masses, he said. When there is no body, they cannot call it a funeral.
Danz was an emergency services officer. His unit entered the towers after the first and before the second of the hijacked planes struck.
...the homily by a cousin, Deacon James Murphy of Syosset,
"Outside, most of the officers, including the Emerald Society drum corps, stood and talked; some smoking cigarettes, some making calls on their cell phones. Some smiled and talked as if nothing unusual was happening on this warm October morning in 2001."
6 [10-10] ."
...who grew up in Jackson Heights,
has not been heard from since those two brief messages
...four other wives of missing police officers were in attendance. Ann Driscoll, Pat Coughlin, Kathy Vigiano and Carol Dallara have been meeting with Angela Danz as a sort of grief and support group.
8 [10-24] I waited tables. He was a carpenter by trade,
He spent 14 years in the Police Dept. He was retiring in five years
"I came here when I was 20. I was an au pair in the Hamptons. I waited tables for a couple of years, and then I got a job at Neuberger & Berman. [After that] I was hired at Smith Barney in human resources. I worked at that one year, then [I moved to] the corporate-bond trading floor. I was at Smith Barney from 1991 until 1999, when I quit to stay home with the girls. I waited tables part-time. I hope not to have to go back to work. I'll try to find a way to be home with my children. "
We just refinanced so we could reduce [our mortgage payments].
The money has definitely been coming in. We've started to receive funds from the American Red Cross, the Riot Relief Fund, and the New York City Police Dept. Foundation.
it's a misconception that you get $1 million when an officer dies in the line of duty.
9 [10-27] Felix Danz said of his brother, who at 38 was the youngest of nine children.
 September 18, 2001, New York Post,"NYPD Profiles in Courage - Those Missing From the City's Finest," by Larry Celona and Dareh Gregorian,
 September 24, 2001, New York Magazine,"The Longest Week,"
 September 27, 2001, CNN News, "Marines honor fallen members of armed forces,"
 October 6, 2001, NY Daily News, "2,000 Mourn Fallen Officer,"
[4 ] October 6, 2001, New York Times, "Another Series Of Last Rites Is Under Way," by Elissa Gootman,
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 October 7, 2001, Newsday, Vincent Danz Obit,
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Winter 2001, New York Building Congress News & Issues, "Building Industry Salutes New York’s Heroes,"
 September 9, 2002, United States Coast Guard News, "Two 11 September 2001 Heroes Memorialized,"
 September 10, 2002, BusinessWeek, "Dollar Bills Don't Keep Me Warm,"
 September 10, 2002, Irish Voice, "Back Home Again," by Georgina Brennan,
[ ] June 25, 2004, Syosset Jericho Tribune, "Syosset Baseball Memorial Day All-Stars Shine,"
 September 11, 2006, Argghhh!, "9/11@5 years on - We Remember Police Officer Vincent Danz,"
 October 9, 2006, The Catholic Voice Online, "Another 9/11 hero,"
 September, 2007, American Police Beat, When the NYPD calls 911 - The Emergency Service Unit goes to work," by Cynthia Brown
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Google Books, Police Heroes: The Stories of Courage about America's Brave Men, Woman, and K-9 Officers, Officer Vincent Danz, ESU Truck 3, Bronx, by Chuck Whitlock,
American Police Beat, Above Hallowed Ground, by Craig W. Floyd
Winter 2001, New York Building Congress News & Issues, "Building Industry Salutes New York’s Heroes,"
Names of the Irish who died on 9/11
Union Members Lost to Terrorism