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Jury Faults Port Authority in WTC Bombing

The agency that owns the World Trade Center has been found negligent for not doing enough to thwart a deadly 1993 terrorist bombing in a parking garage beneath the twin towers, a ruling that likely opens the door to more litigation. A six-person jury ruled Wednesday that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the bistate agency that operates the trade center, didn’t heed warnings by its own security consultants that the garage was vulnerable. Full Story

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