WTC Museum opens; family members voice concerns

Family members of some of the World Trade Center (WTC) victims whose remains have yet to be identified are not pleased with some of the decisions made by administrators of the National September 11 Memorial Museum at Ground Zero. The Museum was opened at the end of May, for the first few days exclusively to WTC survivors, victims' family members, and first responders. Many family members of those lost on 9/11 whose remains have not yet been identified have been unhappy with the decision to house the unidentified remains in the Memorial Museum, which the family members view as a "commercial setting." The father of a firefighter lost on 9/11 objected to the fact that any family me...

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