Last week we told you about Princeton's controversial concealment of a steel beam from the Sept. 11 World Trade Center wreckage. During our discussion Senator Kip Bateman pledged to help make this memorial public, and today he called to give us an update on his efforts to #FreeTheBeam.
During the 9/11 terrorist attacks welders cut out crosses from wrecked World Trade Center beams and placed them on stretchers when first responders were found dead. Tragically, one of those beams now sits veiled in a Princeton firehouse, when it should stand as a public memorial.
It was 14 years ago today that we suffered through the worst terrorist attacks on American soil in our nation’s history. The country and the world were stunned and outraged. The FBI learned valuable lessons and has taken great strides to ensure another attack like 9/11 never happens …
Dozens of 9/11 rescue and recovery workers gathered at the World Trade Center site on Thursday to demand that Congress extend programs offering money and free health care to people exposed to toxic dust after the terror attacks.