It's been 7 years since those four airplanes crashed into the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and an empty field in rural Pennsylvania. For those who lost loved ones, those who witnessed the carnage first hand and barely escaped, and those of us who saw our beloved city set ablaze on a beautiful autumn morning, it feels like yesterday. The memories are still fresh and the heartbreak is still raw. There is still an empty pit in the heart of America's greatest city. And the homicidal bastard responsible for it all is still living out his life as a free man.
May the memories of those who lost their lives be a blessing, and may God avenge their deaths.
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