That Sept. 11 conspiracy letter wasn't fit to print

Posted: September 15, 2009

On Sept. 11, 2001, 19 Islamic terrorists hijacked four airliners and slaughtered more than 3,000 Americans.

How, in the name of God, on the eighth anniversary of this cowardly act, can the Daily News see fit to print that garbage letter from Andrew Mills calling for an "independent investigation" of the attacks? To imply that our government had any kind of hand in this barbaric act is beyond belief.

Andrew, what we owe to ourselves and to our brave soldiers is to never forget this act. To honor, on each and every Sept. 11 the brave police and firefighters who lost their lives saving others, and the innocent Americans who were killed just because they went to work that day. We must also never forget those who committed this crime against America and never, ever, let this happen again - no matter what.

God bless America.

Jim Taylor

Bensalem

YOU GUYS should rerun your editorial from Sept. 12, 2001, "Blood for Blood: Now It's Our Turn," every Sept. 11. The first word ("Revenge") said it all. I've had a copy of it hanging on my refrigerator ever since.

I think all your readers should reread it. Put yourself back in time and tell me that less than 10 years ago, we would've been worried about waterboarding the mastermind of the attack.

Gerry Woods, Upper Darby

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