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3 victims’ kin demand 9/11 justice

By Joe Dwinell
Monday, December 15, 2008 -
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Three families whose loved ones died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks learn today if their years of refusing to quit will finally pay off in a trial date so they can expose airline security failures that allowed mass murderers to bring a nation to its knees.

“I would like some truth and accountability, and I want the public to hear it,” said Mike Low, father of Sara Low, a flight attendant on American Airlines [AMR] Flight 11, the first jet to hit the twin towers.

 
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STILL FIGHTING: The families of three...
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STILL FIGHTING: The families of three 9/11 victims who have refused to settle their lawsuits against airlines and security companies in Boston hope a judge allows the case to proceed to trial so they can tell their stories.
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