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Some 9/11 Families Angered by No Apology from Rice

Some relatives of Sept. 11 victims responded in anger on Thursday to what they described as the White House’s failure to accept responsibility for the 2001 attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people. Family members were among those in the crowded hearing room to listen to national security adviser Condoleezza Rice tell the 9-11 commission that bureaucratic structure was to blame for the administration’s inability to counter the attacks. “No one wants to take any responsibility. Three thousand people died, and all they want to talk about is structural problems,” Bob McIlvaine of Oreland, Pennsylvania, whose son died in New York’s World Trade Center. Full Story

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