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9/11 Phone Transcripts Ordered Released

A judge ordered the release of transcripts of World Trade Center emergency calls made Sept. 11, 2001, despite opposition from the agency that owned the center, which said it was protecting the privacy of victims’ families. Superior Court Judge Sybil R. Moses in Hackensack said Friday that The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is bound by an agreement it made last month with The New York Times, when the authority agreed to release the transcripts in exchange for the newspaper dropping an open records lawsuit. The Port Authority changed its mind July 30 to spare the families, according to a spokesman, and the newspaper went back to court. The transcripts must be released by 5 p.m. Thursday, Moses said. Full Story

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