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Batesville Man Continues Push for Justice in Daughter's 9/11 Death

November 10, 2003 - Posted at 12:13 p.m. CDT

LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Batesville father of a flight attendant killed in the September 11 attacks is continuing his push to punish those connected to the event.  Mike Low testified earlier this year at a German trial.  At that trial, a man was convicted of helping the Hamburg-based al-Qaida terror cell that included three of the September 11 hijackers.

Now, Low says, he is closely following the case of a second suspect scheduled to be tried later this month.

Low lost his 28-year-old daughter Sara when American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the World Trade Center.  He said the other families are determined in their fight to bring terrorists to justice.

Low also is among the plaintiffs in a lawsuit brought by victims' families against the Saudi Arabian government and others the families beleive had a hand in helping the terrorists.

The one trillion-dollar federal lawsuit filed by relatives of victims accuses members of the Saudi royal family, the government and Saudi banks and businesses of financing the plot.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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