Debra Burlingame, Kelly McGinn, Rob O’Donnell & Brad Botwin on The Larry O’Connor Show 09.11.19


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9/11 families still waiting on justice for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (New York Post)

It’s been 18 years since 9/11, and for families and friends of the nearly 3,000 people killed that day, seeing the mastermind of the terror plot brought to justice has been a frustratingly elusive commodity.

But this anniversary of the worst attack on US soil brings with it the promise that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the admitted architect of the Sept. 11 attacks, is finally scheduled for trial before a military tribunal — which could sentence him and several al Qaeda cronies to death. [Read More]

Ilhan Omar slammed on 9/11 anniversary by victim’s son after ‘some people did something’ quote (FOX News)

Nicholas Haros Jr. wants Rep. Ilhan Omar and “the Squad” to know exactly who those “some people” are that perpetrated the “something” that took the life of his mom – and nearly 3,000 other people – 18 years ago.

The New Jersey resident, who lost his mother Frances in the 9/11 terror attacks, ripped the Minnesota congresswoman on Wednesday during a reading of victims’ names at Ground Zero after Omar’s infamous remarks earlier in the year in which she described the most horrific attack to ever occur on the American homeland simply as “some people did something.” [Read More]

ON 9/11, A REFLECTION ON A ‘CONVERSATION A FATHER AND SON SHOULD NEVER HAVE’ (Newsweek)

In the late afternoon of September 11, 2001, New York City Police Detective Rob O’Donnell called home to his wife, who was seven-months pregnant, and asked to speak with his 5-year-old son, Gavin.

The call — like many others that day — was perhaps a final opportunity to say the things not often said amid the hustle and bustle of everyday life but more than that, it was to deliver a final set of instructions between father and son. [Read More]

 

 

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