We couldn't disagree more with faith blogger Bill over this issue that's now part of American history . . .
His missive argues for personal healing and "closure" over justice for Americans and a demonstration of US resolve under the continued threat of brutal killers who would use deadly violence to influence American foreign policy.
Still, we consider his viewpoint with this passage . . .
"Imagine dragging out all of this for another five or more years. That's what 9/11 families don't need. What they do need is some kind of legal resolution that gives them a chance to hear from the defendants themselves about what they did and why they did it. That's still an accounting we don't have."
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