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9/11 Families to Hear Tapes From Planes

Family members who lost relatives on the four planes that were hijacked on Sept. 11, 2001, gathered for a closed-door briefing on Friday to hear audio tapes of phone calls between passengers and family members or co-workers on the ground. Justice Department letters sent to family members said they would be able to listen to tapes of cell phone calls from the flights, including calls made by American Airlines Flight 11 flight attendants Betty Ong and Amy Sweeney before their plane hit the World Trade Center. It was not immediately clear what other taped phone calls investigators possess, or if the family members would hear all of the tapes the government has. The briefing was scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m. and last about two hours. Full Story

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