New 9/11 Tapes Show Desperate Search for Hijacked Planes

For the first time, the full audio recordings of communications between military and civilian air traffic controllers as they were dealing with the hijackings on Sept. 11, 2001, have been made public. The multimedia document, published by the Rutgers Law Review, provides a rare real-time look at how government agencies were responding as the hijacking of the four planes was unfolding. "We have a problem here. We have hijacked aircraft headed towards New York and we need you guys to, we need...Full Story
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