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Doctors Try to Separate 9/11 Remains

Medical examiners are trying to separate the remains of the Sept. 11 terrorists from those of their victims, and to aid the effort, the FBI turned over DNA profiles believed to belong to the hijackers. Remains that match the hijacker profiles will be removed from the city’s Memorial Park, where unidentified and unclaimed remains are kept, Ellen Borakove, spokeswoman for the medical examiner, said Friday. “I certainly do not want the remains of those barbarians intermingled with the innocent, wonderful people we lost on Sept. 11,” said Jennie Farrell, a leader of the victims advocacy group Give Your Voice. The massive effort to identify World Trade Center victims’ remains is expected to continue for years. Of the 2,792 people listed as missing in the attack, the remains of 1,464 have been identified. Full Story

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