Cheese Plate No Longer for Sale at 9/11 Museum Shop

The National September 11 Memorial Museum pulled its commemorative platter after public outcry.
0:44 | 05/29/14

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Following some questions about taste one particular item has been removed from the get shopped at the 9/11 museum. According to the Wall Street Journal and decorative ceramic cheese platter shapes like the United States. With heart symbols marking the spots where the hijacked planes hit is now gone. Ever since the museum opened to the public earlier this month the concept of the gift store at the site where nearly 3000 people died has been raising questions. And complaints over whether it's appropriate at all the president of the memorial foundation says he promises in the future the museum will work more closely. The bedding products for sale with relatives of 9/11 victims.

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