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  Last Updated: 09/10/2003
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Attorney General Remarks
September 9, 2003

Attorney General Ashcroft Speaks to Law Enforcement Officials in New York City

"On Thursday, two years will have passed since New York ground was hallowed by the blood of innocents. Just two years have passed, and already it has become difficult for some Americans to recall the shock, the anger, the grief and the anguish of that day."

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