March 9, 2010

Commentary: Justice for 9-11 victims shouldn't involve military commissions

My son, NYPD cadet Mohammad Salman Hamdani, was one of the brave souls who died on Sept. 11 trying to rescue people in the World Trade Center. My life, like countless others, will never be the same. One thing that has kept me going is the hope that justice will be served. Unfortunately, after more than eight years of repeated delay, it looks like that process could get derailed before it even begins.

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