'Money is the bottom line here', says victim's mother
(NEWSER) – Anyone planning a trip to the 9/11 Memorial in New York City will have to pay $2 per advance ticket—and victims' families are none too happy about it, the New York Post reports. "I don’t want the American public to have to pay a dime to pay respects to my son," says the mother of a firefighter who died in the attacks. "They made ... a vow that no one would ever be charged for going to the memorial, but money is the bottom line here." The father of another lost firefighter likened it to charging money "to get into a cemetery."
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