Family members of vicitms of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks look on during a Washignton news conference Thursday, Aug. 15, 2002 where it was announced that legal action would be taken against Saudi officials and institutions, charging they financed Osama bin Laden's terrorist network. From left are, Ellen Saracini, whose husband Victor was the captain of United Airlines Flight 175; Tara Bane, whose husband died at the World Trade Center; Fiona Havlish, whose husband, Don, worked on the 101st floor of the south tower; and Sara Mulligan, wife of a New York firefighter. (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson)
Family members of vicitms of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks look on during a Washignton news conference Thursday, Aug. 15, 2002 where it was announced that legal action would be taken against Saudi officials and institutions, charging they financed Osama bin Laden's terrorist network. From left are, Ellen Saracini, whose husband Victor was the captain of United Airlines Flight 175; Tara Bane, whose husband died at the World Trade Center; Fiona Havlish, whose husband, Don, worked on the 101st floor of the south tower; and Sara Mulligan, wife of a New York firefighter. (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson) AP
Family members of vicitms of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks look on during a Washignton news conference Thursday, Aug. 15, 2002 where it was announced that legal action would be taken against Saudi officials and institutions, charging they financed Osama bin Laden's terrorist network. From left are, Ellen Saracini, whose husband Victor was the captain of United Airlines Flight 175; Tara Bane, whose husband died at the World Trade Center; Fiona Havlish, whose husband, Don, worked on the 101st floor of the south tower; and Sara Mulligan, wife of a New York firefighter. (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson) AP

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