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Survivors Testify in 9/11 Investigation

A commission created by President Bush to investigate the Sept. 11 attacks opened a two-day hearing Monday with testimony from survivors and relatives of the dead who urged them to “point fingers” to prevent future bloodshed. In a quiet, raspy voice — the result of inhaling burning jet fuel inside the north tower of the World Trade Center — Harry Waizer said he hoped his story helped people remember. “My hope is that by speaking today, I am putting a human face on the tragedy … to help build a safer, more secure tomorrow,” Waizer said. The scope of the investigation by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States is broad, covering intelligence, law enforcement, diplomacy, aviation, the flow of assets to terrorist organizations and the government’s response the day of the attacks. Full Story

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