Terry Strada

9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice against Terrorism

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National chairwoman of 9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice against Terrorism; widow of Tom Strada, who died in the North Tower on 9/11

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Fifteen years after the attacks of September 11, the families of victims still want authorization to sue Saudi Arabia -- even though there's no "smoking gun."

Suing Saudi Arabia: What could go wrong?

Fifteen years after the attacks of September 11, the families of victims still want authorization to sue Saudi Arabia -- even though there's no "smoking gun."

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