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Story 1: Playing The Blame Game — Avoiding Responsibility and Accountability — Government Failure! — 9/11: Trump Blames Bush — Clinton Blames Republicans ! — Videos

Hillary Clinton and the “Dark Forces” in Benghazi

Kenneth Timmerman, author of Dark forces: The Truth About What Happened in Benghazi, looks at Hillary Clinton’s next scheduled appearance before the Benghazi special committee and the Iranian nuclear deal. He cites evidence that the Iranians were behind the attack in Benghazi that killed four Americans on September 11, 2012. In addition, Timmerman says Iran was involved in the September 11, 2001, attacks. Timmerman also discusses Russian backing for Iran and the Russian role in attacking the opponents of Assad in Syria. Timmerman also looks at: Will Russia attack the Kurds? And who are the Kurds? Is Obama a Muslim? Will Israel strike Iran?

Donald Trump blames George W. Bush for 9/11

Did Donald Trump blame Bush for 9/11?

Jake Tapper calls out Jeb Bush for saying his brother is blameless for 9/11

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Richard Clarke, Former Counterterrorism Chief, Apologizes for 9/11

Why Government Failure Occurs: Richard Clarke on National Security Disasters (2008)

Your Government Failed You: Richard Clarke at the September 11 Commission on Counterterrorism (2004)

Richard Alan Clarke (born October 27, 1950) is the former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism for the United States.

Clarke worked for the State Department during the presidency of Ronald Reagan. In 1992, President George H.W. Bush appointed him to chair the Counter-terrorism Security Group and to a seat on the United States National Security Council. President Bill Clinton retained Clarke and in 1998 promoted him to be the National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism, the chief counter-terrorism adviser on the National Security Council. Under President George W. Bush, Clarke initially continued in the same position, but the position was no longer given cabinet-level access. He later became the Special Advisor to the President on cybersecurity. Clarke left the Bush administration in 2003.

Clarke came to widespread public attention for his role as counter-terrorism czar in the Clinton and Bush administrations in March 2004, when he appeared on the 60 Minutes television news magazine, released his memoir about his service in government, Against All Enemies, and testified before the 9/11 Commission. In all three instances, Clarke was sharply critical of the Bush administration’s attitude toward counter-terrorism before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and of the decision to go to war with Iraq.

On March 24, 2004, Clarke testified at the public 9/11 Commission hearings.[17] At the outset of his testimony Clarke offered an apology to the families of 9/11 victims and an acknowledgment that the government had failed: “I also welcome the hearings because it is finally a forum where I can apologize to the loved ones of the victims of 9/11…To the loved ones of the victims of 9/11, to them who are here in this room, to those who are watching on television, your government failed you. Those entrusted with protecting you failed you. And I failed you. We tried hard, but that doesn’t matter because we failed. And for that failure, I would ask, once all the facts are out, for your understanding and for your forgiveness.”[17]

Many of the events Clarke recounted during the hearings were also published in his memoir. Clarke charged that before and during the 9/11 crisis, many in the Administration were distracted from efforts against Osama bin Laden’s Al-Qaeda organization by a pre-occupation with Iraq and Saddam Hussein. Clarke had written that on September 12, 2001, President Bush pulled him and a couple of aides aside and “testily” asked him to try to find evidence that Saddam was connected to the terrorist attacks. In response he wrote a report stating there was no evidence of Iraqi involvement and got it signed by all relevant agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the CIA. The paper was quickly returned by a deputy with a note saying “Please update and resubmit.”[18] After initially denying that such a meeting between the President and Clarke took place, the White House later reversed its denial when others present backed Clarke’s version of the events.

Clarke is currently Chairman of Good Harbor Consulting and Good Harbour International, two strategic planning and corporate risk management firms; an on-air consultant for ABC News, and a contributor to the Good Harbor Report, an online community discussing homeland security, defense, and politics. He is an adjunct lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School and a faculty affiliate of its Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.[35] He has also become an author of fiction, publishing his first novel, The Scorpion’s Gate, in 2005, and a second, Breakpoint, in 2007.

Clarke wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post on May 31, 2009 harshly critical of other Bush administration officials, entitled “The Trauma of 9/11 Is No Excuse”.[36] Clarke wrote that he had little sympathy for his fellow officials who seemed to want to use the excuse of being traumatized, and caught unaware by Al-Qaeda’s attacks on the USA, because their being caught unaware was due to their ignoring clear reports a major attack on U.S. soil was imminent. Clarke particularly singled out former Vice President Dick Cheney and former Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice.

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Trump’s take on birthright citizenships

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Jamie Gorelick’s wall

– The Washington Times – Thursday, April 15, 2004

The disclosure that Jamie Gorelick, a member of the September 11 commission, was personally responsible for instituting a key obstacle to cooperation between law enforcement and intelligence operations before the terrorist attacks raises disturbing questions about the integrity of the commission itself. Ms. Gorelick should not be cross-examining witnesses; instead, she should be required to testify about her own behavior under oath. Specifically, commission members need to ask her about a 1995 directive she wrote that made it more difficult for the FBI to locate two of the September 11 hijackers who had already entered the country by the summer of 2001.

On Tuesday, Attorney General John Ashcroft declassified a four-page directive sent by Ms. Gorelick (the No. 2 official in the Clinton Justice Department) on March 4, 1995, to FBI Director Louis Freeh and Mary Jo White, the New York-based U.S. attorney investigating the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. In the memo, Ms. Gorelick ordered Mr. Freeh and Ms. White to follow information-sharing procedures that “go beyond what is legally required,” in order to avoid “any risk of creating an unwarranted appearance” that the Justice Department was using Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants, instead of ordinary criminal investigative procedures, in an effort to undermine the civil liberties of terrorism suspects.

At issue was the oft-noted wall of separation that prevented counterterrorism agents and federal prosecutors from communicating with one another prior to September 11. Information collected under special FISA warrants, which do not require a probable cause, was generally not to be shared with personnel responsible for enforcing federal criminal laws — where probable cause must be demonstrated for a warrant to be issued. As lawyers David Rivkin and Lee Casey noted on our Op-Ed page yesterday, the practical effect of the wall was that counterintelligence information was generally kept away from law enforcement personnel who were investigating al Qaeda activities. But Ms. Gorelick’s memo clearly indicated that the Clinton administration had decided as a matter of policy to go even beyond the law’s already stringent requirements in order to further choke off information sharing.

As Mr. Ashcroft noted during his testimony before the September 11 commission, all of this had a devastating effect into the investigation of al Qaeda operations in this country in the summer of 2001. For example, in late August, when the CIA told the FBI that Khalid Almidhar and Nawaf Alhazmi had entered the country, FBI investigators refused to permit criminal investigators with considerable knowledge about the most recent al Qaeda attack to join the manhunt. Also, a criminal search warrant to examine the computer of Zacarias Moussaoui, whose interest in flying aircraft had attracted attention, was rejected because FBI officials were afraid of breaching the wall.

Ms. Gorelick has been among the most partisan and aggressive Democratic panel members in questioning the anti-terror efforts of the Bush administration. The nation deserves a full accounting from Ms. Gorelick of why the Clinton administration felt it necessary to go the extra mile in order to hamper the capability of law enforcement and intelligence agents to talk to one another. If Ms. Gorelick fails to provide this, her actions would bring into serious doubt the credibility of the commission.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2004/apr/15/20040415-094758-5267r/

Mistress of Disaster: Jamie Gorelick

Ken Lay and Jack Abramoff must be green with envy over the all the mischief that has been accomplished by Jamie Gorelick, with scarcely any demonization in the press.
Imagine playing a central role in the biggest national defense disaster in 50 years. Imagine playing a central role in one of the biggest economic disasters in your country’s history. Imagine doing both as an un-elected official. Imagine getting filthy rich in the process, and even being allowed to sit self-righteously on a commission appointed to get to the bottom of the first disaster, which of course did not get to the bottom of that disaster or anything else for that matter.
Imagine ending, ruining or at least causing signficant quality deterioration in the lives of millions of people, most of whom will never know your name. Imagine counting your millions of dollars while people who tried to stop you from causing all this mayhem were getting blamed for most of the ills you actually contributed to.
Well, as un-imagineable as this is, there is one American who doesn’t have to imagine it. One Jamie Gorelick is this American. And without pretending that she caused the loss of countless thousands of lives and countless billions of dollars of wealth by herself, she certainly did push some of the early domino’s in catastrophic chain events that are a major factors in life in America today.
This is not a bad millineums’s work, when you think about it. Gorelick, an appointee of Bill Clinton, is the one who constructed the wall of separation that kept the CIA and the FBI from comparing notes and therefore invading the privacy of nice young men like, say, Muhammed Atta and Zacarius Moussaoui. While countless problems were uncovered in our intelligence operations in the wake of 9-11, no single factor comes close to in importance to Jamie Gorelick’s wall.
In fact, it was Gorelick’s wall, perhaps more than any other single factor, that induces some people to blame Clinton himself for 9-11 since he appointed her and she acted  consistent with his philosophy of “crime fighting.” She put the wall into place as Deputy Attorney General in 1995.
And for good measure, she was appointed by Tom Daschle to serve on the “non partisan” 9-11 Commission. And we thought the fox in the henhouse was simply a metaphor. Of course, in a splendid example of “reaching across the aisle,” feckless Republican Slade Gorton of Washington did all he could to exonerate Gorelick in the commission. Thanks, Slade. God forbid the nation actually knows the truth.
But for Ms. Gorelick, one earth shaking catastrophe is just not enough. You might think that she caused enough carnage to us infidels on 9-11 as to qualify her for the 72 virgins upon her death. (this would also keep her consistent with several of Clinton’s philosophies).
Alas, that’s only part of her resume. Her fingerprints are all over the Fannie Mae-Freddie Mac mess, which is to say the mess that is central in the entire mortgage-housing crisis. Without so much as one scintilla of real estate or finance experience, she was appointed as Vice Chairman of Fannie Mae in 1997 and served in that role through 2003, which is when most of the systemic cancers that came home to roost today happened. She was instrumental in covering up problems with Fannie Mae while employed there and took multiple millions in bonuses as she helped construct this house of cards.
From Wikipedia:
One example of falsified financial transactions that helped the company meet earnings targets for 1998, a “manipulation” that triggered multimillion-dollar bonuses for top executives.  On March 25, 2002, Business Week  Gorelick is quoted as saying, “We believe we are managed safely. Fannie Mae is among the handful of top-quality institutions.” One year later, Government Regulators “accused Fannie Mae of improper accounting to the tune of $9 billion in unrecorded losses”
As we know, the financial damage done by the housing related problems in this country are still incalculable. Ms. Gorelick’s evil tab is still growing.
But it doesn’t stop there. She managed to be on the wrong side of the Duke LaCrosse case, working for Duke University to protect that school from it’s damaging knee jerk reactions to the spectacularly unbelievable charges filed by a stripper. (excuse me, exotic dancer). So, even on a smaller scale, she continues to make money while working to ruin the lives of innocent Americans in defense of liberal dogma. At the Department of Defense, when she served as legal counsel there in 1993, she drafted the “Don’t ask /don’t tell” policy.
From what can be gleaned, it all comes from being well connected. She was educated (is that what they call it?) at Harvard undergrad and Harvard Law. From there, she kept getting appointed to positions above her experience level where she could flex her liberal muscles, add a resume item, and move upward.
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Dirty Bomb New York City Terrorist Attack Feared–Depleted Uranium–Videos

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9/11 anniversary terror threat update

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Say Al Qaeda Eager To Hit Where They Failed, Just Like 9/11 Following 1993

“…Terrorism is theater and this is the stage,” NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said. “This is right now probably the world’s biggest stage. “

There was a lot of security you could see Friday in the Big Apple, especially in Times Square, because, as sources told Kramer, the intelligence includes information that al Qaeda wants to finish the job that started with Faisal Shahzad’s failed car bomb attempt in May 2010.

Top security officials told Kramer this is the al Qaeda way. Their 1993 attempt to topple the World Trade Center failed, so they came back again on 9/11. Shahzad’s car bomb fizzled, so now they want to try again.

But that’s only half of the problem. Officials are worried that this time it could be a dirty bomb.

“We have to think about a dirty bomb, where you take radiological material and mix it with conventional explosives,” Kelly said.

Kramer recently talked exclusively with Kelly about the possibility of a dirty bomb, but now sources said the classroom drills might have to be put into practice. Intelligence sources said the terrorists could be trying to make a dirty bomb this time my mixing radiological isotopes with an explosive device.

That’s why the NYPD is deploying all kinds of radiation detectors, panel trucks with sophisticated instruments. On Friday, cops had personal radiation detectors on their belts, and radiation detectors are being used by police within a 50-mile radius of New York City — in New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania and on Long Island. …”

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/09/09/times-square-could-be-target-of-dirty-bomb-sources-say-police-on-heightened-alert/

Dirty Bomb Feared in Alleged NYC Terrorist Plot

Saturday, 10 Sep 2011 09:18 AM

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“…A plot by al-Qaida to attack America — specifically New York City — in the days
leading up to reported the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy has worsened.
Authorities believe the threat could involve a dirty bomb, according to CBSNew York.

The New York Police
Department tightened security Friday by setting up a series of checkpoints where
random vehicle stops were conducted. At times, traffic came to a
standstill.

“Terrorism is theater, and this is the stage,” NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly
said. “This is right now probably the world’s biggest stage.”

The dirty-bomb scare has dialed up the drama.

“We have to think about a dirty bomb, where you take radiological material and mix it with conventional
explosives,” Kelly said.

CBSNew York reported that intelligence sources are concerned the terrorists — three suspects are being sought, including one
American — have concocted a device containing both radiological and explosive
materials. …”

Read more on Newsmax.com: Dirty Bomb Feared in Alleged NYC Terrorist Plot

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White House takes possible terror threat seriously

“…The Obama administration is taking serious the still unconfirmed intelligence tip
of a possible al-Qaida plot tied to the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11
terrorist attacks, counterterrorism adviser John Brennan said Sunday.

The  threat reported to authorities Wednesday night remains “specific and
credible,” Brennan said during interviews with “Fox News Sunday” and
CBS’ “Face the Nation.”

“Again, it’s not confirmed, but the president wants to make sure that we leave no stone
unturned,” he said. “And that’s what the intelligence, law enforcement
and homeland security communities are doing.”

Investigators  have chased a tip that al-Qaida may have sent three men to the U.S. on a
mission to detonate a car bomb in either Washington or New York. But
officials have said they’ve found no evidence al-Qaida has sneaked
anyone into the country.

Brennan said officials are “looking at travel data, other types of pieces of
information and trying to correlate them against that reporting that has
come in.”

“It’s not confirmed but we are not relaxing at all,” he said. “This is a 24/7, round-the-clock effort by
all elements of the U.S. counterterrorism community both here in the
United States as well as abroad.” …”

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_TERROR_THREAT?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2011-09-10-05-14-14

New York City Steps Up Security In Light Of ‘Specific, Credible But Unconfirmed’ Threat

September 9, 2011

“…NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The morning after officials said there was a “specific, credible but unconfirmed” terror threat against New York City and Washington D.C. related to the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, New Yorkers were seeing a beefed-up response by the New York Police Department.

The threat involves non-specific car bomb attacks, possibly targeting bridges and tunnels here. The information came from an overseas source which Mayor Michael Bloomberg said had been credible in the past. …”

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/09/09/new-york-city-steps-up-security-in-light-of-specific-credible-but-unconfirmed-threat/

Dirty Bomb

“…A dirty bomb is a speculative radiological weapon that combines radioactive material with conventional explosives.  The purpose of the weapon is to contaminate the area around the  explosion with radioactive material, hence the attribute “dirty”.

Though a radiological dispersal device (RDD) would be designed to disperse radioactive material over a large area, a bomb
that uses conventional explosives would likely have more immediate  lethal effect than the radioactive material. At levels created from most  probable sources, not enough radiation would be present to cause severe illness or death. A test explosion and subsequent calculations done by the United States Department of Energy  found that assuming nothing is done to clean up the affected area and  everyone stays in the affected area for one year, the radiation exposure  would be “fairly high”, but not fatal.[1] Recent analysis of the nuclear fallout from the Chernobyl disaster  confirms this, showing that the effect on many people in the
surrounding area, although not those in close proximity, was almost  negligible.[2]

Since a dirty bomb is unlikely to cause many deaths, many do not consider this to be a weapon of mass destruction.[3] Its purpose would presumably be to create psychological, not physical, harm through ignorance, mass panic, and terror. For this reason dirty bombs are sometimes called “weapons of mass disruption”. Additionally, containment and decontamination  of thousands of victims, as well as decontamination of the affected  area might require considerable time and expense, rendering areas partly
unusable and causing economic damage. …”

“…Dirty bombs and terrorism

Since the 9/11  attacks the fear of terrorist groups using dirty bombs has increased significantly, which has been frequently reported in the media.[4] The meaning of terrorism used here, is described by the U.S. Department of Defense’s  definition, which is “the calculated use of unlawful violence or threat  of unlawful violence to inculcate fear; intended to coerce or to intimidate governments or societies in the pursuit of goals that are generally political, religious, or ideological objectives”.[5] There have only ever been two cases of caesium-containing bombs, and neither was detonated. Both involved Chechnya. The first attempt of radiological terror was carried out in November 1995 by a group of Chechen separatists, who buried a caesium-137 source wrapped in explosives at the Izmaylovsky Park in Moscow. A Chechen rebel leader alerted the media, the bomb was never activated, and the incident amounted to a mere publicity stunt.[6]

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In December 1998, a second attempt was announced by the Chechen Security Service, who discovered a container filled with radioactive  materials attached to an explosive mine. The bomb was hidden near a railway line in the suburban area Argun, ten miles east of the Chechen capital of Grozny. The same Chechen separatist group was suspected to be involved.[7]  Despite the increased fear of a dirty bombing attack, it is hard to assess whether the actual risk of such an event has increased significantly.[8]
The following discussions on implications, effects and probability of an attack, as well as indications of terror groups planning such, are based mainly on statistics, qualified guessing and a few comparable scenarios.

 Effect of a dirty bomb explosion

When dealing with the implications of a dirty bomb attack, there are two main areas to be addressed: (i) the civilian impact, not only dealing with immediate casualties and long term health issues, but also the psychological  effect and then (ii) the economic impact. With no prior event of a  dirty bomb detonation, it is considered difficult to predict the impact.  Several analyses have predicted that RDDs will neither sicken nor kill many people.[9] …”

“…Possibility of terrorist groups using dirty bombs

The present assessment of the possibility of terrorists using a dirty bomb is based on cases involving one terrorist organization, namely Al-Qaeda.  This is because the attempts by this group to acquire a dirty bomb are the most well-described in the literature, in part due to the attention this group received for their involvement in the 9/11 attacks.

On 8 May 2002, José Padilla  (a.k.a. Abdulla al-Muhajir) was arrested on suspicion that he was an  Al-Qaeda terrorist planning to detonate a dirty bomb in the U.S. This suspicion was raised by information obtained from an arrested top Al-Qaeda official in U.S. custody, Abu Zubaydah,  who under interrogation revealed that the organization was close to constructing a dirty bomb. Although Padilla had not obtained radioactive  material or explosives at the time of arrest, law enforcement authorities uncovered evidence that he was on reconnaissance for usable radioactive material and possible locations for detonation.[27]  It has been doubted whether José Padilla was preparing such an attack,  and it has been claimed that the arrest was highly politically  motivated, given the pre-9/11 security lapses by the CIA and FBI.[28] Later, these charges against José Padilla were dropped. Although
there was no hard evidence for Al-Qaeda possessing a dirty bomb, there is a broad agreement that Al-Qaeda poses a potential dirty bomb attack  threat[29] because they need to overcome the alleged image that the U.S. and its allies are winning the war against terror.[4]  A further concern is the argument, that “if suicide bombers are prepared to die flying airplanes into building, it is also conceivable that they are prepared to forfeit their lives building dirty bombs”.[30]  If this would be the case, both the cost and complexity of any protective systems needed to allow the perpetrator to survive long enough to both build the bomb and carry out the attack, would be significantly reduced.[11]

Several other captives were alleged to have played a role in this plot.[31] Guantanamo captive Binyam Mohammed has alleged he was subjected to extraordinary rendition, and that his confession of a role in the plot was coerced through torture.[32][33] He sought access through the American and United Kingdom legal systems to evidence he was tortured.[34][35] Guantanamo military commission  prosecutors continue to maintain the plot was real, and charged Binyam
for his alleged role in 2008. However they dropped this charge in
October 2008, but maintain they could prove the charge and were only
dropping the charge to expedite proceedings. US District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan insisted that the administration still had to hand over the evidence that justified the dirty bomb charge, and admonished United States Department of Justice lawyers that dropping the charge:

“raises serious questions in this court’s mind about whether those allegations were ever true.”

In 2006, Dhiren Barot from North London pleaded guilty of conspiring to murder innocent people within the United Kingdom and United States using a radioactive dirty bomb. He planned to target underground car parks within the UK and buildings in the U.S. such as the International Monetary Fund, World Bank buildings in Washington D.C., the New York Stock Exchange, Citigroup buildings and the Prudential Financial buildings in Newark, New Jersey. He also faces 12 other charges including, conspiracy to commit public nuisance,  seven charges of making a record of information for terrorist purposes
and four charges of possessing a record of information for terrorist purposes. Experts say if the plot to use the dirty bomb was carried out  “it would have been unlikely to cause deaths, but was designed to affect  about 500 people.”[36]

In January 2009, a leaked FBI report described the results of a search of the Maine home of James G. Cummings, a white supremacist  who had been shot and killed by his wife. Investigators found four one-gallon containers of 35 percent hydrogen peroxide, uranium, thorium,  lithium metal, aluminum powder, beryllium,  boron, black iron oxide and magnesium as well as literature on how to build dirty bombs and information about cesium-137, strontium-90 and cobalt-60, radioactive materials.[37] Officials confirmed the veracity of the report but stated that the public was never at risk.[38]

In April 2009, the Security Service of Ukraine announced the arrest of a legislator and two businessmen from the Ternopil Oblast. Seized in the undercover sting operation was 3.7 kilograms of what was claimed by the suspects during the sale as plutonium-239, used mostly in nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons, but was determined by experts to likely be americium, a “widely used” radioactive material which is commonly used in amounts of less than 1 milligram in smoke detectors, but can also be used in a dirty bomb. The suspects reportedly wanted US$ 10 million for the material, which the Security Service determined was produced in Russia during the era of the Soviet Union and smuggled into Ukraine through a neighboring country.[39][40]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirty_bomb

September 11 2001 Video

Holmes: America’s Response to 9-11 -1/5

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Remembering The 9/11 First Responders–Videos

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North Moore and Varick co-named LIEUTENANT VINCENT  G. HALLORAN STREET

Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sheenachi/3270140277/

November 11, 2001

“I live near Union Square, the site of so many posters in the wake of the WTC tragedy. All of them quickly became a blur in my mind, all except one attached to a fence near East 16th Street. It read, “Lt. Vincent Halloran, NYFD. Hang On, Vinny.” That was it. No photograph, no decorations, just a simple handdrawn poster that will remain in my memory forever. I never knowingly met Lt. Halloran, of blessed memory, but from now on whenever I need some self-encouragement, his name and “Hang On, Vinny” will get me focused on the task at hand. May his memory be a blessing for his entire family and fellow firemen.”

~ Alan Forman, nyc, New York

Source: Guest Book, http://www.legacy.com/guestbook/guestbook-entry-print.aspx?n=vincent-halloran&pid=128619

There is a street in lower Manhattan next to the Hook and Ladder 8 firehouse at 14 North Moore and Varick co-named after Lieutenant Vincent G. Halloran–a first responder.

First responders are emergency service personnel whose job requires them being one of the first on the scene of fires, medical emergencies or large-scale disasters. They are responsible for the protection and preservation of life and property. First responders include firefighters, police officers, and emergency medical technicians or ambulance technicians.

When thousands were fleeing from the burning Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, the first responders were running toward the fires to help people evacuate from the buildings and extinguish the fires.

The street named after one of 9/11’s first responders honors his supreme sacrifice and that of 343 New York City Fire Department (FDNY) firemen,  23 New York City Police Department officers,  37 Port of Authority Police officers and 15 Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) who died on September 11, 2011. In addition it honors the service of all the 9/11 first responders including about 2,000 who were injured that day.

On Sept. 5, 2011 Lieutenant Halloran had completed his twentieth year of service with the New York City Fire Department.

FDNY Hook & Ladder 8 Firehouse at 14 North Moore

A few days later on Sept. 11 Halloran led Ladder 8 into the North Tower of the World Trade Center to assist with the evacuation of the building.

After the South Tower collapsed, the order was given to evacuate the North Tower and the Ladder 8 firemen were ordered out.

“When the order came for Ladder 8 to get out of the building, he was on the 30th floor,” said Lt. Larry Mack. “Ladder 8 made it out, but he probably stopped to help someone.” It was a tragic “last act of compassion” for a man known around the firehouse as someone who would go the extra mile, even for a stranger, Mack said.

Source: http://www.tribecatrib.com/newsmay04/street-naming.htm

Lt. Vincent G. Halloran

Credit: http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/memorial/images/full-size/halloran.vincent.jpg

FDNY Hook & Ladder 8 Firehouse DedicationFDNY Hook & Ladder Engine 8 Dedication

Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/flickr4jazz/4060792844/

Credit: http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/memorial/images/full-size/halloran.vincent.jpg

Lieutenant Halloran was 43 and the father of five boys Jake, Connor, Aidan, Kieran and Declan.

A sixth child, Phaelan, his only daughter, was born to his wife, Marie Halloran, on what would have been the couple’s sixteenth wedding anniversary in May 2002.

In a New York Times Dec. 29, 2001 profile of Lt. Halloran, his wife Marie reflecting on Vinnie said it best, “What can I say, he just loved kids.”

In a Sept. 2006 online story posted at http://www.LoHud.com entitled Firefighter’s family learns to keep going, Marie Halloran said, “We try to dwell on what we have, not what we lost. I really do believe you have to live your life so you don’t have regrets. Be kind to others, help others, give back. Be a good person. If I knew what was going to happen, I would not remake any decision.”

On the tenth anniversary of 9/11 we honor the memory of all the 9/11 first responders as well as those who tragically died that day.

Two years ago I learned of Lieutenant Halloran and his family by participating in Project 2,996.

I encourage others to become involved with Project 2,996 on this the ten-year anniversary of 9/11:

“We Remember…

On September 11, 2001 almost 3,000 of the world’s citizens were brutally, and publicly, murdered. We all cried,
and we all swore that we’d never forget. But a few years later I realized that I knew nothing about those people who were doing nothing more than living their lives. In 2006 I asked other bloggers if they thought it would be a good idea
to take the time to learn about the victims and try to keep their individual memories alive. The response I got was overwhelming. And Project 2,996 is the result. …”

Source: http://project2996.wordpress.com/

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Hijacking Catastrophe–Videos

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Background Articles and Videos

Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear & the Selling of American Empire

“…Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear & the Selling of American Empire is a 2004 documentary narrated by Julian Bond and directed by Jeremy Earp and Sut Jhally. It examines the possibility that neoconservatives used the September 11, 2001 attacks to usher in a new doctrine of expanding American power through military force under the guise of a “war on terror” and that the doctrine, known as the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), had been laid out prior to 9/11 by its authors, which include Dick Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, Donald Rumsfeld, Jeb Bush and Dan Quayle. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hijacking_Catastrophe

Summary

The film maintains that fear of terrorism was manipulated to support goals which are in step with the PNAC; namely the overthrow of Saddam Hussein. Not just for control of regional strategic resources (natural gas and oil), but to reassert American dominance on the world stage as a warning to potential adversaries. Interviews were conducted with critics such as Noam Chomsky and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jody Williams. It also interviews policy analysts, military brass, journalists, insider observations from Chief UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter and Pentagon whistleblower Lt. Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski.

The historical context of the “Bush Doctrine” is examined and compared to Wolfowitz’s PNAC philosophy. The film goes on to look at the “selling of American empire” and the possible economical, social, cultural and political implications it will have in America, and on the world if implemented further during Bush’s second term. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hijacking_Catastrophe

Sut Jhally

“…Satvinder “Sut” Jhally(Hindi: सुत्त झल्ली),(Punjabi: ਸੁੱਤ ਝੱਲੀ) (born 29 May 1955) is a professor of Communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and is a cultural studies scholar in the area of advertising, media, and consumption.[1] He is the producer of several documentaries on media literacy topics[2] and the founder and executive director of the Media Education Foundation, a non-profit established in 1992 which “produces and distributes video documentaries to encourage critical thinking and debate about the relationship between media ownership, commercial media content, and the democratic demand for free flows of information, diverse representations of ideas and people, and informed citizen participation.”[3]

Sut Jhally was born in Kenya, and raised in England. He moved to Canada in 1978 after accepting a scholarship to the University of Victoria. He continued his studies at Simon Fraser University, where he received his Ph.D.[4]

Jhally is often highly critical of popular culture, advertising, as well as various aspects of US foreign policy.

In his 1991 video “Dreamworlds” he describes the image of women in music videos as male adolescent fantasies: young and pretty, willing and eager to please men, saying no when meaning yes, often reduced to outward appearances and body parts. He concludes that an unhealthy attitude towards sexual violence can be fostered by these videos, and calls for balancing them with other cultural representations of sexuality. When MTV complained about his use of parts of copyrighted music videos, he claimed fair use and contacted the media about the story.[5]

He has been quoted as saying, “Advertising tells us that the way to happiness is through the consumption of objects. The immense accumulation of commodities has to be sold, and it is sold through the story of goods bringing happiness.” In his essay “Advertising at the Edge of the Apocalypse” and his video “Advertising and the End of the World” he argues that the major cultural force today, pervasive advertising, by constantly reinforcing a bogus association between consumerism and happiness and by focusing on individual immediate needs, stands in the way of a discussion of societal and long-term needs and leads to a squandering of resources. The video “Killing Us Softly III”, created with Jean Kilbourne, is a critique of the image of women in advertising.

Among other quotes students of his communication classes will hear from him, two of the most unforgettable are “knowing where something comes from, changes how you feel about it” and the phrase “the discourse through and about objects.”

In the 2004 video “Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land” he shows the influence of Israeli propaganda and PR on the United States public opinion regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

In the 2004 video “Hijacking Catastrophe” he argues that the “war on terror” has been used by U.S. officials as a pretext to project military power across the world.[6]

In his 2006 video “Reel Bad Arabs” he explores the vilification of Arabs in American cinema, following Jack Shaheen’s 2001 book Reel Bad Arabs.

Video documentaries

  • Dreamworlds 3: Desire, Sex & Power in Music Video (2007) (trailer)
  • Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People (2006), based on Jack Shaheen’s 2001 book Reel Bad Arabs (trailer)
  • Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land (with Bathsheba Ratzkoff), (2004) (full video)
  • Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear & the Selling of American Empire (with Jeremy Earp), (2004) (full video)
  • Wrestling with Manhood: Boys, Bullying & Battering (with Jackson Katz) (2002) (trailer)
  • No Logo (2003), based on Naomi Klein’s book No Logo (full video)
  • Killing Us Softly 3 (with Jean Kilbourne) (1999) (full video)
  • Tough Guise: Men, Violence and the Crisis in Masculinity (with Jackson Katz) (1999) (trailer)
  • Off the Straight and Narrow (with Katherine Sender) (1998) (trailer)
  • Advertising and the End of the World (1998) (trailer)
  • Dreamworlds II: Desire, Sex, Power in Music Video (1997) (full video)
  • Slim Hopes (with Jean Kilbourne) (1995) (trailer)
  • The Date Rape Backlash (1994) (trailer)
  • The Killing Screens (with George Gerbner) (1994) (trailer)
  • Pack of Lies – the Advertising of Tobacco (with Jean Kilbourne) (1992) (trailer) …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sut_Jhally

 

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Remembering September 11, 2001 Ninth Anniversary–Videos

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September 11, 2001

I Believe – A 9/11 Tribute

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WTC PHOTOS 9/11 – NOT FOR CHILDREN

9/11 The Falling Man

 

Finding Hope

Background Articles and Videos 

September 11th – 102 Minutes that shocked the world. Part 1.

September 11th – 102 Minutes that shocked the world. Part 2.

September 11th – 102 Minutes that shocked the world. Part 3.

World Trade Center Attacks

 

September 11 2001 Video

 

9/11 Flight 93 Rare Footage

 

9/11 Truth: What Happened to Building 7

 

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Political Correctness, The Ground Zero Mosque and Stealth Jidah–Videos

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“God is our purpose, the Prophet our leader, the Quran our constitution, jihad our way and dying for God our supreme objective.”

~Muslim Brotherhood motto

“It is man’s capacity for justice that makes democracy possible, but it is his tendenecy to injustice that makes it necessary.”

~Reinhold Niebuhr, The Children of Light and the children of Darkness, page 17.

“Individuals may see the moral light and voluntarily give up their unjust posture; but, as Reinhold Niebuhr has reminded us, groups tend to be more immoral than individuals.”

~Maring Luther King, Jr., “Letter from Birmingham Jail


The Islamic Infiltration, Part 1: Inside Our Government, Armed With Our Secrets (PJTV)

The Islamic Infiltration, Part 2: From Influence to Insurrection (PJTV)

Bill Whittle: Ground Zero Mosque Reality Check

No Mosque at Ground Zero

Kill the Ground Zero Mosque TV Ad

If you ever worked on a newspaper staff, the Associated Press Stylebook is considered “the journalist’s bible” by editors, reporters and commentators. The Associated Press 2010 Stylebook and Briefing on Media, 45 ed. “provides fundamental guidelines on spelling, grammar, punctuation and usage, with special sections on social media, reporting business and sports.”

Recently I wrote an article where both the headline and the story used the phrase “ground zero mosque” to describe the proposed 13 story mosque and community center to be built less than six hundred feet from the World Trade Center site in New York City. Both were edited out of the story.

Tom Kent, Deputy Managing Editor for Standards and Production for the Associated Press sent out a memo on not using the phrase “ground zero mosque” when referring to the proposed Islamic community center and mosque to be built near the World Trade Center site:

“…Here is some guidance on covering the NYC mosque story, with assists from Chad Roedemeier in the NYC bureau and Terry Hunt in Washington:

1. We should continue to avoid the phrase “ground zero mosque” or “mosque at ground zero” on all platforms. (We’ve very rarely used this wording, except in slugs, though we sometimes see other news sources using the term.) The site of the proposed Islamic center and mosque is not at ground zero, but two blocks away in a busy commercial area. We should continue to say it’s “near” ground zero, or two blocks away. …”

http://www.ap.org/pages/about/pressreleases/pr_081910b.html

Apparently the “ground zero mosque” shorthand description must be offending some so-called “moderate Muslims”. The problem is that many of the “moderate Muslims” are actually stealth jihadists who have the same agenda as the militant jihadists of September 11, 2001.

On September 1, 2010 the Council on American-Islam Relations launched a  National PSA Campaign with several public service announcements (PSAs) that are available for viewing on YouTube and running on television stations. The PSAs have first responders to the al-Qaeda Islamic Wahhabi terrorist hijackers attack of September 11, 2001 that are Muslims recounting what happened that day. The PSAs are posted by CAIR on YouTube (CAIR ‘9/11 Happened to Us All’ PSA, Firefighter (30-Second) and (CAIR ‘9/11 Happened to Us All’ PSA, Medical Responder (30-Second)).

CAIR ‘9/11 Happened to Us All’ PSA, Firefighter (60-Second)

CAIR ‘9/11 Happened to Us All’ PSA, Medical Responder (30-Second)

A third CAIR PSA, ‘We Have More in Common than We Think’, has “interfaith leaders” of the Christian, Jewish, and Islamic faiths stating in part “if we do not have our rights,” “at the heart of American freedom”, “ you do not your rights.” All three PSA are very effective because most American are tolerant of people practicing their religious faith and oppose the establishment by the government of  any one religion as being superior to other religions.

CAIR ‘We Have More in Common than We Think’ PSA, Interfaith (30-Second)

Who exactly is the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)? The CAIRtv channel on YouTube says they are “America’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy group with 35 offices and chapters nationwide and in Canada.”

Steven Emerson, a widely recognized independent investigative expert on Islamic terrorism describes in detail the background of CAIR in his book, American Jihad, The Terrorists Living Among Us, and concludes with this revealing passage on pages 202 and 203:

“Steve Pomerantz, former chief of the Counterterrorism Section of the FBI and former assistant director of the FBI, says: “CAIR has defended individuals involved in terrorist violence, including Hamas leader Musa abu Marzook….The modus operandi has been to falsely tar as ‘anti-Muslim’ the U.S. government, counter-terrorist officials, writers, journalists and others who have investigated or exposed the threat of Middle-East based terrorism…Unfortunately, CAIR is but one of the new generation of new groups in the United States that hide under a veneer of ‘civil right’ or ‘academic’ status but in fact are tethered to a platform that supports terrorism.”

“Seif Ashmawy, former publisher of Voice of Peace, wrote: “It is a known fact that both AMC [American Muslim Council] and CAIR have defended, apologized for and rationalized the actions of extremist groups and leaders such as convicted World Trade Center conspirator Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman, Egyptian extremists, Hassan al-Turabi, the Sudanese National Islamic Front, and extremist parliamentarians from the Jordian Islamic Action Front and others who called for the overthrow of the Egyptian government….As a proud American Muslim…I bow to no one on my defense of Muslim civil rights, but CAIR..champion[s] extremists whose views do not represent Islam.”…”

Robert Spencer who was criticized by CAIR at their press conference said in his book the Stealth Jihad on page 102:

“CAIR has clearly emerged as the leading advocacy group for Muslims in the United States. When government officials and journalists need a Muslim perspective, they are likely to turn to CAIR, which they assume is a prime example of a moderate, patriotic American Muslim organization”

This assumption is not true as Steven Emerson points out in his book American Jihad on pages 201 and 202:

“…After September 11, 2001, and up until the U.S. Government froze the assets of the Holy Land foundation in December, CAIR’s Web site included a feature, “What you can do for the victims of the WTC and Pentagon attacks,” with a link to the Web site of HLF(“Donate through the Holy Land Foundation”). …”

Robert Spencer concluded on page 105 of his Stealth Jihad book that:

“…Perhaps the biggest blow to CAIR’s moderate facade came on June 4, 2007, when the Justice Department named CAIR an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation jihad terror funding case. Identifying CAIR as a present and past member of “the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestine Committee and/or its organizations,” Federal prosecutors stated that CAIR was a participant in a criminal conspiracy on behalf of the jihad terror group Hamas which allegedly received funding from the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development (HLFRD”), a now defunct charity that was supported by CAIR….”

CAIRs Tie to Terrorism

When such inconvenient facts are brought up by investigative reporters and journalists, they are quickly labeled as “Islamophobes”. Robert Spencer describes in detail CAIR tactics in Chapter Three, Silencing The Critics, of his book, Stealth Jihad, on pages 51 and 52:

“…Groups such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim-American Society (MAS) have learned from the past mistakes of many U.S.-based Islamic leaders that aggressive public pronouncements and threats uttered against Islam’s perceived enemies bring unwelcome attention and undermine their pretensions of being mainstream civil rights organizations. So they have adopted a different strategy to silence critics of jihadism and Islamic supremacism: they label them as “bigots”, “hatemongers”, and “Islamophobe.”

“In the U.S., playing the race card can in some ways be even more effective than death threats. If a U.S.-based Islamic group announced a death fatwa against an American writer, that organization would be denounced in the media as “extremist” and possibly trigger a police investigation. But if the group cries “racism” against the same writer, liberal as well as conservative media figures hop to shun and denounce the accused “racist,” for bigotry and racism are the cardinal sins of the U.S. public square.”

An excellent example of CAIR ’s tactics of attempting to silence and smear its critics can be found on the CAIRtv channel on YouTube. The video clip, Video: CAIR Launches National PSA Campaign, is the press conference preceding the preview of the CAIR PSA campaign at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on September 1, 2010.  Nihad Awad, the Executive Director of CAIR, stated in part:

“The controversy over Park 51 in lower Manhattan is a fabricated controversy. It is designed to pit Americans against each other and divide our society. Although a local but vocal minority has launched this campaign against Muslims. This group is mainly headed by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer. They know very well the American Muslim community is part of the society. But they harbor anti-Muslim feelings and they want to stoke anti-Muslim sentiment in the society by exploiting 9/11 and legitimate fears that some Americans have. They turn this fear into fear mongering; and free speech became hate speech. It led to hate crimes and as you have seen nation-wide, we have seen Muslims are being attacked just because they are Muslim. Places of worship have been vandalized including future construction sites like the Islamic center in Tennessee. …”

Video: CAIR Launches National PSA Campaign

Robert Spencer in Chapter Five, THE FACE OF ISLAMIC MODERATION? CAIR, MPAC AND OTHER “MODERATE” MUSLIM GROUPS  of his book Stealth Jihad, describes in detail the history and associations of CAIR and Nihad Awad and their stealth jihad on page 102.

“…Though pursing a radical agenda, these organizations realized that extremists pronouncements and activities would be counter-productive, resulting in negative media attention and even criminal investigations. So they’ve adopted a new modus operandi—the stealth jihad. Instead of publicly proclaiming the inevitable arrival of sharia in the United States, they attempt to Islamize the United States quietly, through a long-term strategy aimed at undermining national security, forcing ever greater accommodation of Islamic practices, and minimizing any criticism whatsoever of Islam or of virtually any Muslim individual. …”

Robert Spencer on CAIR’s ‘Stealth Jihad’

Robert Spencer on Islamic-Jihadism (1/4)

Robert Spencer on Islamic-Jihadism (2/4)

Robert Spencer on Islamic-Jihadism (3/4)

Robert Spencer on Islamic-Jihadism (4/4)

Radical jihadists, both militant (violent) and stealth (non-violent), want to accomplish the following in the United States:

  • Replace the United States Constitution and American law with Sharia or Islamic law.
  • Replace our democratic representative republic with an Islamic state or theocracy.
  • Replace our President with a religious leader or caliphate.
  • Establish Islam as the country’s religion that is superior to and dominates all other religions of the United States and where infidels or non-believers in Islam such as Christians and Jews would pay a tax, the jizya, with “willing submission, and feel themselves subdued” (Qur’an 9:29). 

Sharia Law and Islamic Democracy – Daniel Pipes

Time For A New ‘Team B’ to Understand Jihad

The militant and stealth jihadists differ mainly over the methods used to accomplish their goals.   

In Steven Emerson’s and the Investigative Project on Terrorism’s book, Jihad Incorporated: A Guide to Militant Islam in the US on page 346 the roots of both militant and stealth jihad can be found in the Muslim Brotherhood.      

Richard Clark is the former National Coordinator for Security and Infrastructure Protection under Presidents Clinton and Bush. In testifying before the Senate Committee on Banking in October 2003 he stated:    

“… While the overseas operations of Islamist terrorist organizations are generally segregated and distinct, the opposite holds in the United States. The issue of terrorist financing in the United States is a fundamental example of the shared infrastructure levered by HAMAS, Islamic Jihad and Al Qaeda, all of which enjoy a significant degree of cooperation and coordination within our borders. The common link here is the extremist Muslim Brotherhood–all of these organizations are descendants of the membership and ideology of the Muslim Brothers.” 

The founder of the Muslim Brotherhood in 1928 was Hasan Al-Banna, an Egyptain school teacher and Islamist political reformer. Hasan Al-Banna unconstrained vision of Islam is revealing in its breadth and scope:

“Islam is a comprehensive system which deals with all spheres of life. It is a country and homeland or a government and a nation. It is conduct and power or mercy and justice. It is a culture and a law or knowledge and jurisprudence. It is material and wealth or gain and prosperity. It is Jihad and a call or army and a cause. And finally, it is true belief and correct worship.”

The Message of the Teachings, Hasan Al-Banna http://www.almoltaqa.ps/english/showthread.php?t=16037

Today the Muslim Brotherhood is the largest and most influential Islamic international political organization.  

In Robert Spencer’s book the Stealth Jihad: How Radical Islam Is Subverting America without Guns or Bombs on page 16 the goals of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States are explained by Mohamed Akram of the Muslim Brotherhood:      

“[ Muslim Brotherhood]…must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is made victorious over all religions.”   

 The Associated Press apparently is one of those unwitting hands of the stealth jihadists. The question that should be answered by the Associated Press is did any individual or organization either directly or indirectly bring pressure on AP to ban the use of ground zero mosque in their stories. If so, who communicated with them on the subject? What exactly was said?     

Why should these questions need to be answered?      

The AP memo continued with the following “guidance”:

“…2. here is a succinct summary of President Obama’s position:    

Obama has said he believes Muslims have the right to build an Islamic center in New York as a matter of religious freedom, though he’s also said he won’t take a position on whether they should actually build it. …”      

The Associated Press apparently wants to get the Obama party line or spin out to all its AP subscribers. The vast majority of Americans agree with Charles Krauthammer, Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated columnist, political commentator and physician, as to what President Obama should have done, namely appealed to Muslims not to build the ground zero mosque.

Krauthammer: Obama Should Have Appealed to Muslims Not to Build Ground Zero Mosque

In a August 31, 2010 Quinnipiac University poll of 1,497 New York residents surveyed, 71% said the mosque should be voluntarily relocated and 71% want Andrew Cuomo, the Attorney General of New York State to investigate the finances of the group funding the ground zero mosque. A poll of likely voters by Rasmussen Reports found similar opposition to the ground zero mosque:

“…A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 85% of U.S. voters say they are now following news stories about the mosque planned near Ground Zero. That’s a 34-point jump from a month ago when only 51% said they were following the story. 

The new finding includes 58% who are following the story very closely, up from 22% in mid-July.

Now 62% oppose the building of a mosque near where the World Trade Center stood in Lower Manhattan, compared to 54% in the previous survey. Twenty-five percent (25%) favor allowing the mosque to go ahead, and 13% more are not sure.”

The Associated Press’ memo never addressed the question as to where exactly is ground zero. Immediately after September 11, 2001 a much larger area than just the World Trade Center site was referred to as ground zero. Ground zero included everything below Chambers Street in New York City, which is five blocks north of Vesey Street, the northern border of the World Trade Center site. The ground zero mosque site on Park Place is just two blocks north of Vesey Street. 

Far more important and potentially more damaging to the safety and security of the American people and the United States is the banning of such “religious” terms as Islamic extremism, jihad, Islam and Sharia from the National Security Strategy Document by President Obama’s advisors that was reported by the Associated Press on April 7, 2010 in a story entitled, “Obama bans terms Jihad, Islam.”

bill whittle PJTV Obama censors threat

This is dangerous because by banning such words or phrases you are refusing to call ideas or actions by their proper name, names that even our avowed Islamic extremist enemies use in describing their intentions, plans and actions.  This goes beyond political correctness into political censorship and reminds one of George Orwell’s novel 1984. What individuals and organizations have been pressuring the President and his advisors to ban these terms from National Security documents?   Are these organizations stealth jihadists with links to the Muslim Brotherhood or other jihadist’s organizations?

If you doubt political correctness and censorship cannot kill people, remember Major Nidal Malik Hasan, that killed 12 soldiers and one civilian and wounded30 more at Fort Hood on November 5, 2009 while  shouting the Muslim expression “Allahu Akbar.”  Political correctness in the Army discouraged many officers from reporting and making a formal complaint about Major Hasan’s repeated statements about his hating America, its non-Muslim majority and the military. If the Major had been a white supremacist  he would have been discharged by Army, but a Muslim supremacist was given a pass and 13 people died. Political correctness and censorship kills.

Islam and the Left’s Assault on Free Speech – Steven Emerson (1 of 2)

Islam and the Left’s Assault on Free Speech – Steven Emerson (2 of 2)

Steve Emerson: Was Major Hasan A Ticking Timebomb? (11.9.09)

Lt. Col. Ralph Peters: USA Sick with Political Correctness (11.9.09)

Major Nidal Malik Hasan’s Jihad warning signs ignored by politically correct military – Fort Hood

Remember September 11, 2010 by reflecting upon the words in The 9/11 Commission Report, page 13:

“…We learned about an enemy who is sophisticated, patient, disciplined and lethal. The enemy rallies broad support in the Arab and Muslim world by demanding redress of political grievances, but its hostility towards us and our values is limitless. Its purpose is to rid the world of religious and political pluralism, the plebiscite and equal rights for woman. It makes no distinction between military and civilian targets. Collateral damage is not in its lexicon. …”

The goals and agenda of the militant and stealth jihadists are the same; they only differ as to tactics. The ground zero mosque should never be built for it is an insulting affront to the families and friends of those who died on 9/11 and only encourages the militant and stealth jihadists.

The American people can remember the people who died on September 11, 2001 by reading The 9/11 Commission Report (available online at http://9-11commission.gov/report/911Report.pdf ) and Robert Spencer’s book The Stealth Jihad: How Radical Islam Is Subverting America without Guns or Bombs or watch his “Stealth Jihad and Islamization of the West” videos on YouTube. However, be prepared to be called an Islamophobe by the stealth jihadists among us.

“This is the American moment in world history, the one for which we shall forever be judged. Just as in politics the responsibility of the fate of freedom in the world has devolved upon our regime, so the fate of philosophy in the world has devolved upon our universities, and the two are related as they have never been before. The gravity of our given task is great, and it is very much in doubt how the future will judge our stewardship.”

~Alan Bloom, The Closong of the American Mind, page 382.

Background Articles and Videos

The Middle East with Daniel Pipes

Islam and the Left’s Assault on Free Speech – Andrew McCarthy (1 of 2)

Islam and the Left’s Assault on Free Speech – Andrew McCarthy (2 of 2)

Muslim Brotherhood ‘Conspiracy’ to Subvert America

CAIR Revealed

Hot Air Video: The speech that CAIR didn’t want you to hear

Jihad Watch: The “Islam is Peace” Campaign

Charles Krauthammer Exposes Obama Hypocrisy on No Rush to Judgment

Should Mosque, Islamic Center Be Built Near Ground Zero?

The Next Moves of Radical Islam – Robert Spencer

Newt Gingrich: No Ground Zero Mosque

Newt Gingrich: Jihadist = Person who seeks to impose Sharia

Newt Gingrich: Freedom Will Prevail

Mosque Debate Part 1

Mosque Debate Part 2

Mosque Debate Part 3

Mosque Debate Part 4

Muslim Brotherhood in America – Orlando Mosque Finances Hamas Fundraiser

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

“…The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is America’s largest Muslim civil liberties advocacy organization that deals with civil advocacy and promotes human rights. It is headquartered on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., with regional offices nationwide and in Canada.[1]

Through media relations, lobbying, and education, CAIR presents what it views as an Islamic perspective on issues of importance to the American public, and seeks to empower the American Muslim community and encourage its social and political activism. Annual banquets, through which CAIR raises the majority of its funds, are attended by American politicians, statesmen, interfaith leaders, activists and media personalities.[1]

The organization was dealt a significant blow to its reputation in the United States after it was named an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas funding case.[2] The FBI no longer works with CAIR outside of criminal investigations due to its status as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation case.[3][4][5] …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Council_on_American-Islamic_Relations

Muslim Mafia

“…Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That’s Conspiring to Islamize America is a 2009 book by U.S. State Department-trained Arabic linguist and former U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations special agent Paul David Gaubatz, and investigative journalist and Hoover Institute fellow Paul Sperry. According to the Charlotte Observer, it “portrays the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) as a subversive organization allied with international terrorists.”[1]

The book prompted endorsements from a number of conservative writers and requests by several conservative members of the United States Congress for investigations into CAIR’s possible terrorist links and undue influence. It also prompted denouncements from CAIR, media outlets and other members of Congress. The manner in which its source documents were obtained led CAIR to sue one of the authors. …”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEb-USpe6jM&feature=related

 

Reinhold Niebuhr

“…Karl Paul Reinhold Niebuhr (pronounced /ˈraɪnhoʊld ˈniːbʊər/; June 21, 1892 – June 1, 1971) was an American theologian and commentator on public affairs. Niebuhr was the archetypal American intellectual of the Cold War era. Starting as a leftist minister in the 1920s indebted to theological liberalism, he shifted to the new Neo-Orthodox theology in the 1930s, explaining how the sin of pride created evil in the world. He attacked utopianism as useless for dealing with reality, writing in The Children of Light and the Children of Darkness (1944):

“Man’s capacity for justice makes democracy possible; but man’s inclination to injustice makes democracy necessary.”

His realism deepened after 1945 and led him to support American efforts to confront Soviet communism around the world. A powerful speaker and lucid author, he was the most influential minister of the 1940s and 1950s in public affairs. Niebuhr battled with the religious liberals over what he called their naïve views of sin and the optimism of the Social Gospel, and battled with the religious conservatives over what he viewed as their naïve view of Scripture and their narrow definition of “true religion.” He was a leader of liberal intellectuals and supported many liberal causes,

His long-term impact involves relating the Christian faith to “realism” in foreign affairs, rather than idealism, and his contribution to modern “just war” thinking. Niebuhr’s perspective had a great impact on many liberals, who came to support a “realist” foreign policy.[1] His influence has been acknowledged by such recent leaders of American foreign policy as Jimmy Carter, Madeleine Albright, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, as well as John McCain[2]. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reinhold_Niebuhr

Allan Bloom

“..Allan David Bloom (September 14, 1930 – October 7, 1992) was an American philosopher, classicist, and academic. He studied under David Grene, Leo Strauss, Richard McKeon and Alexandre Kojève. He subsequently taught at Cornell University, the University of Toronto, Yale University, École Normale Supérieure of Paris, and the University of Chicago. Bloom championed the idea of ‘Great Books’ education. Bloom became famous for his criticism of contemporary American higher education, with his views being expressed in his bestselling 1987 book, The Closing of the American Mind.[1] Although Bloom was characterized as a conservative in the popular media, Bloom explicitly stated that this was a misunderstanding, and made it clear that he was not to be affiliated with any conservative movements.[2] Saul Bellow, Bloom’s friend and teaching partner at the University of Chicago, wrote a novel based on his colleague entitled Ravelstein. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allan_Bloom

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Background Articles and Videos

 Conspiracy Theory

“…Conspiracy theory is a term that originally was a neutral descriptor for any conspiracy claim. However, it has come almost exclusively to refer to any theory which explains a historical or current event as the result of a secret plot by usually powerful Machiavellian conspirators, such as a “secret team” or “shadow government”, rather than broad social forces and large structures of human collectivities.[1]

Conspiracy theories are often viewed with skepticism and sometimes ridiculed because they are seldom supported by any conclusive evidence and contrast with institutional analysis, which focuses on people’s collective behavior in publicly known institutions, as recorded in scholarly material and mainstream media reports, to explain historical or current events, rather than on secretive coalitions of individuals. [2]

The term is therefore often used dismissively in an attempt to characterize a belief as outlandishly false and held by a person judged to be a crank or a group confined to the lunatic fringe. Such characterization is often the subject of dispute due to its possible unfairness and inaccuracy.[3]

In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, conspiracy theories have become commonplace in mass media, which has contributed to conspiracism emerging as a cultural phenomenon and the possible replacement of democracy by conspiracy as the dominant paradigm of political action in the public mind. Belief in conspiracy theories has therefore become a topic of interest for sociologists, psychologists and experts in folklore.[4]

…”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conspiracy_theory

New World Order

“… conspiracy theory, the term “New World Order” or “NWO” refers to the advent of a cryptocratic or totalitarian one-world government.[2]

The common theme in conspiracy theories about a New World Order is that a powerful and secretive elite of globalists is conspiring to eventually rule the world through an autonomous world government, which would replace sovereign states and other checks and balances in international power struggles. Significant occurrences in politics and finance are speculated to be caused by an extremely influential cabal operating through many front organizations. Numerous historical and current events are seen as steps in an on-going plot to achieve world domination through secret political gatherings and decision-making processes.[2]

Prior to the early 1990s, New World Order conspiracism was limited to two subcultures, primarily the militantly anti-government right, and secondarily Christian fundamentalists concerned with end-time emergence of the Antichrist.[3] Some skeptics and skeptical organizations, such as political scientist Michael Barkun, have expressed concern that right-wing conspiracy theories about a New World Order have now not only been embraced by many left-wing conspiracy theorists but have seeped into popular culture, thereby inaugurating an unrivaled period of millenarian activity in the United States of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. They warn that this development may not only fuel leaderless resistance by national-anarchists but have devastating effects on American political life, such as producerist demagogy influencing elections as well as domestic and foreign policy.[2][4][5][6][7][8]

 

During the 20th century, many statesmen, such as Woodrow Wilson, Winston Churchill, Mikhail Gorbachev, and George H. W. Bush, used the term “new world order” to refer to a new period of history evidencing a dramatic change in world political thought and the balance of power after World War I, World War II, and the Cold War. They all saw these periods as opportunities to implement idealistic or liberal proposals for global governance only in the sense of new collective efforts to identify, understand, or address worldwide problems that go beyond the capacity of individual nation-states to solve. These proposals led to the creation of international organizations, such as the United Nations and N.A.T.O., and international regimes, such as the Bretton Woods system and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, which were calculated both to maintain a balance of power as well as regularize cooperation between nations. These creations, however, would always be criticized and opposed by American paleoconservatives on isolationist grounds and by neoconservatives on benevolent imperalist grounds.[9]

Progressives welcomed these new international organizations and regimes but argued they suffered from a democratic deficit and therefore were inadequate to not only prevent another global war but also foster global justice. Thus, activists around the globe formed a world federalist movement bent on creating a “real” new world order. A number of intellectuals of the reformist left, such as English writer H. G. Wells, adopted and redefined the term “new world order” as a synonym for the establishment of a full-fledged social democratic world government. In reaction, some conspiracy theorists of the American secular and Christian right, whose paranoia was shaped by the Red Scares, began interpreting any use of term “new world order” by members of the Establishment, even when they were simply acknowledging a change in the international balance of power, as a call for the imposition of a state atheistic and bureaucratic collectivist world government, which controls the means of production, while the surplus (“profit”) is distributed among a ruling class of bureaucrats, rather than among the working class.[10]

In his 11 September 1990 “Toward a New World Order” speech (full text) to a joint session of the United States Congress, President George H. W. Bush described his ideals for post-Cold-War global governance in cooperation with post-Soviet states:

Until now, the world we’ve known has been a world divided – a world of barbed wire and concrete block, conflict and cold war. Now, we can see a new world coming into view. A world in which there is the very real prospect of a new world order. In the words of Winston Churchill, a “world order” in which “the principles of justice and fair play … protect the weak against the strong …” A world where the United Nations, freed from cold war stalemate, is poised to fulfill the historic vision of its founders. A world in which freedom and respect for human rights find a home among all nations.

Chip Berlet, an investigative reporter specializing in the study of right-wing populist movements in the U.S., writes:

When President Bush announced his new foreign policy would help build a New World Order, his phrasing surged through the Christian and secular hard right like an electric shock, since the phrase had been used to represent the dreaded collectivist One World Government for decades. Some Christians saw Bush as signaling the End Times betrayal by a world leader. Secular anticommunists saw a bold attempt to smash US sovereignty and impose a tyrannical collectivist system run by the United Nations.[10]

Observers note that the galvanization of conspiracy theorists of the secular and Christian right into militancy led to the rise of the militia movement and their use of viral propaganda on the Internet contributed to their extremist political ideas about the New World Order finding their way into the politically radical literature of some black nationalists, but also the previously apolitical literature of many Kennedy assassinologists, ufologists, and, most recently, occultists. The wide appeal of these subcultures then transmitted New World Order conspiracism like a “mind virus” to a large new audience of seekers of alternative views from the mid-1990s on.[2]

After the turn of the century, specifically during the global financial crisis of 2008–2009, many politicians and pundits, such as Gordon Brown, Henry Kissinger, and Barack Obama, used the term “new world order” in their advocacy for a Keynesian reform of the global financial system and their calls for a “New Bretton Woods”.[11][12][13] These declarations had the unintended consequence of providing fresh fodder for New World Order conspiracy theorists, and culminated in former Clinton administration adviser Dick Morris and conservative talk show host Sean Hannity arguing on one of his Fox News Channel programs that “conspiracy theorists were right”.[14] Fox News has been repeatedly criticized by progressive media watchdog groups for not only mainstreaming the conspiracist rhetoric of the right-wing lunatic fringe but possibly agitating its lone wolves into action.[15][16]

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_World_Order_(conspiracy_theory)

Alex Jones

“…Alex Jones (born Alexander Emerich Jones, February 11, 1974) is an American talk radio host and filmmaker. Described as a constitutionalist and paleoconservative[1], his syndicated news/talk show The Alex Jones Show airs via the Genesis Communication Network on over 60 AM, FM, and shortwave radio stations across the United States and on the Internet.[2] Mainstream news sources have referred to him as a conspiracy theorist.[3][4][5][6][7]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_Jones_%28radio%29 

Infowars

 http://www.infowars.com/

 

David Icke

“…David Vaughan Icke (pronounced /aɪk/; born 29 April 1952) is a British writer and public speaker who has devoted himself since 1990 to researching “who and what is really controlling the world.”[1] A former professional football player, reporter, television sports presenter, and spokesman for the Green Party, he is the author of 20 books explaining his views.

Icke argues that he has developed a moral and political worldview that combines spiritualism with a passionate denunciation of what he sees as totalitarian trends in the modern world, a position that has been described as “New Age conspiracism.”[2]

At the heart of Icke’s research is the view that the world is ruled by a secret group called the “Global Elite” or “Illuminati,” which he has linked to The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, an anti-Semitic hoax.[3][4] In 1999, he published The Biggest Secret, in which he wrote that the Illuminati are a race of reptilian humanoids known as the Babylonian Brotherhood, and that many prominent figures are reptilian, including George W. Bush, Queen Elizabeth II, Kris Kristofferson, and Boxcar Willie.[3][5]

According to Political Research Associates, Icke’s speaking engagements can draw a substantial audience in Canada.[6] During an October 1999 speaking tour there, he received a standing ovation from students after a four-hour speech at the University of Toronto,[7] while his books were removed from the shelves of Indigo Books after protests from the Canadian Jewish Congress.[8] Icke and the Canadian tour become the focus of a British Channel 4 documentary by Jon Ronson, David Icke, the Lizards and the Jews.[9]

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Icke

 

The Power Hour

“…The Power Hour is a brokered radio show that is syndicated to various radio stations, including many Christian radio stations, originating from Versailles, Missouri. The show features news of interest to the anti-New World Order movement and also covers in-depth news not covered in mainstream media. The ideology of the show is right-wing conservative. Later in the show appear guests who often sell a product or service, including alternative health topics. The guests’ products are sold through the show’s online web store, ThePowerMall.com.

Althuogh The Power Hour was originally hosted by Joyce Riley and Dave von Kleist (a married couple), Riley announced their separation and von Kleist’s departure from the program on May 15, 2009.[1] She has hosted the program herself since then.

The Power Hour can be heard Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. central time (actual times may vary by station), and is distributed by Genesis Communications Network. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Power_Hour

 

Webster Griffin Tarpley

“…Webster Griffin Tarpley is an author, journalist, lecturer, and critic of US foreign and domestic policy. Tarpley maintains that the September 11 attacks were engineered by a rogue network of the military industrial complex and intelligence agencies. His writings and speeches describe a model of false flag terror operations by a rogue network in the military/intelligence sector working with moles in the private sector and in corporate media, and locates such contemporary false flag operations in a historical context stretching back in the English speaking world to at least the “gunpowder plot” in England in 1605. …”

“…Tarpley was on the editorial board of the National Caucus of Labor Committees’ journal, The Campaigner, in 1971, according to its masthead.[1]

As a journalist living in Europe in the 1980s, Tarpley wrote a study commissioned by a committee of the Italian Parliament on the assassination of Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The study reported on the false flag nature of the assassination, orchestrated by the neofascist lodge Propaganda Due with the cooperation of senior members of Italian government secret services but blamed on the Red Brigades.[2]

Tarpley was U.S. President of the Schiller Institute in the 1980s and 1990s.[3][4] In 1986 Tarpley attempted to run on the platform of Lyndon LaRouche in the New York State Democratic Party primary for the U.S. Senate, but was ruled off the ballot because of a defect in his nominating petitions.[5] He was a frequent host of “The LaRouche Connection”, which its producer, LaRouche’s Executive Intelligence Review News Service,[6][7] describes as “a news and information cable television program”.[8]

Tarpley first gained attention for co-authoring, with Anton Chaitkin, (“history editor of Executive Intelligence Review”) a 1992 book on George H. W. Bush, George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography, which was published by Executive Intelligence Review, run by Lyndon LaRouche.[9] He has expounded the “Versailles Thesis” laying the blame for the great wars of the 20th century on intrigues by Britain to retain her dominance.[10] He gained experience as a political operative during his years with the LaRouche movement but broke away sometime after 1995.

In 2005, Tarpley published 9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA. He speaks at length about the themes in the book during an interview in the film Oil, Smoke, Mirrors.

Since March, 2006, Tarpley has had a weekly online talk radio show called World Crisis Radio, currently hosted on GCNLive.com. Tarpley is a member of the “world anti-imperialist conference” Axis for Peace, of Scholars for 9/11 Truth and of a research Netzwerk of German 9/11 authors founded in September 2006. He is featured in the film, Zero: an investigation into 9/11 (2007-2008). …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Webster_Tarpley

 

Michael Badnarik

“…Michael J. Badnarik (born August 1, 1954) is an American software engineer, political figure, and former radio talk show host. He was the Libertarian Party nominee for President of the United States in the 2004 elections, and placed fourth in the race, behind independent candidate Ralph Nader. Two years later he ran as a Libertarian Party candidate in the 2006 congressional elections for Texas’s 10th congressional district seat near Austin.[1] In a three candidate field, Badnarik came in third receiving 7,603 votes for 4.3% of the vote. …”

“…Badnarik’s political philosophy emphasizes individual liberty, personal responsibility, and adherence to what he considers to be an originalist interpretation of the U.S. Constitution. All of his positions arise from this foundation. In economics, Badnarik believes in laissez-faire capitalism, a system in which the only function of the government is the protection of individual rights from the initiation of force and fraud. He therefore opposes institutions such as welfare, and business regulation.

Badnarik first ran for public office in 2000 as a Libertarian, earning 15,221 votes in a race for the Texas legislature; he ran again for the same seat in 2002.

Badnarik is a participant in the libertarian Free State Project.[2] …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Badnarik 

 

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Remembering September 11, 2001 On The Eighth Anniversary

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September 11th Terrorist Attacks – 8 Years Later

Those Lost on September 11th, 2001

Gordon McCannel Aamoth, 32, New York, N.Y.
Maria Rose Abad, 49, Syosset, N.Y.
Edelmiro (Ed) Abad, 54, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Anthony Abate, 37, Melville, N.Y.
Vincent Abate, 40, New York, N.Y.
Laurence Christopher Abel, 37
William F. Abrahamson, 58, Cortland Manor, N.Y.
Richard Anthony Aceto, 42, Wantagh, N.Y.
Erica Van Acker, 62, New York, N.Y.
Heinrich B. Ackermann, 38, New York, N.Y.
Paul Andrew Acquaviva, 29, Glen Rock, N.J.
Donald L. Adams, 28, Chatham, N.J.
Shannon Lewis Adams, 25, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Adams, 51, New York, N.Y.
Patrick Adams, 60, New York, N.Y.
Ignatius Adanga, 62, New York, N.Y.
Christy A. Addamo, 28, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Terence E. Adderley, 22, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Sophia B. Addo, 36, New York, N.Y.
Lee Adler, 48, Springfield, N.J.
Daniel Thomas Afflitto, 32, Manalapan, N.J.
Emmanuel Afuakwah, 37, New York, N.Y.
Alok Agarwal, 36, Jersey City, N.J.
Mukul Agarwala, 37, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Agnello, 35, New York, N.Y.
David Scott Agnes, 46, New York, N.Y.
Joao A. Aguiar Jr., 30, Red Bank, N.J.
Lt. Brian G. Ahearn, 43, Huntington, N.Y.
Jeremiah J. Ahern, 74, Cliffside Park, N.J.
Joanne Ahladiotis, 27, New York, N.Y.
Shabbir Ahmed, 47, New York, N.Y.
Terrance Andre Aiken, 30, New York, N.Y.
Godwin Ajala, 33, New York, N.Y.
Gertrude M. Alagero, 37, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Alameno, 37, Westfield, N.J.
Margaret Ann (Peggy) Jezycki Alario, 41, New York, N.Y.
Gary Albero, 39, Emerson, N.J.
Jon L. Albert, 46, Upper Nyack, N.Y.
Peter Craig Alderman, 25, New York, N.Y.
Jacquelyn Delaine Aldridge, 46, New York, N.Y.
Grace Alegre-Cua, 40, Glen Rock, N.J.
David D. Alger, 57, New York, N.Y.
Ernest Alikakos, 43, New York, N.Y.
Edward L. Allegretto, 51, Colonia, N.J.
Eric Allen, 44, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Ryan Allen, 39, New York, N.Y.
Richard Lanard Allen, 30, New York, N.Y.
Richard Dennis Allen, 31, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Edward Allingham, 36, River Edge, N.J.
Janet M. Alonso, 41, Stony Point, N.Y.
Anthony Alvarado, 31, New York, N.Y.
Antonio Javier Alvarez, 23, New York, N.Y.
Telmo Alvear, 25, New York, N.Y.
Cesar A. Alviar, 60, Bloomfield, N.J.
Tariq Amanullah, 40, Metuchen, N.J.
Angelo Amaranto, 60, New York, N.Y.
James Amato, 43, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Joseph Amatuccio, 41, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Charles Amoroso, 29, New York, N.Y.
Kazuhiro Anai, 42, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Calixto Anaya, 35, Suffern, N.Y.
Jorge Octavio Santos Anaya, 25, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico
Joseph Peter Anchundia, 26, New York, N.Y.
Kermit Charles Anderson, 57, Green Brook, N.J.
Yvette Anderson, 53, New York, N.Y.
John Andreacchio, 52, New York, N.Y.
Michael Rourke Andrews, 34, Belle Harbor, N.Y.
Jean A. Andrucki, 42, Hoboken, N.J.
Siew-Nya Ang, 37, East Brunswick, N.J.
Joseph Angelini, 38, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Joseph Angelini, 63, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Laura Angilletta, 23, New York, N.Y.
Doreen J. Angrisani, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lorraine D. Antigua, 32, Middletown, N.J.
Peter Paul Apollo, 26, Hoboken, N.J.
Faustino Apostol, 55, New York, N.Y.
Frank Thomas Aquilino, 26, New York, N.Y.
Patrick Michael Aranyos, 26, New York, N.Y.
David Gregory Arce, 36, New York, N.Y.
Michael G. Arczynski, 45, Little Silver, N.J.
Louis Arena, 32, New York, N.Y.
Adam Arias, 37, Staten Island, N.Y.
Michael J. Armstrong, 34, New York, N.Y.
Jack Charles Aron, 52, Bergenfield, N.J.
Joshua Aron, 29, New York, N.Y.
Richard Avery Aronow, 48, Mahwah, N.J.
Japhet J. Aryee, 49, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Carl Asaro, 39, Middletown, N.Y.
Michael A. Asciak, 47, Ridgefield, N.J.
Michael Edward Asher, 53, Monroe, N.Y.
Janice Ashley, 25, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Thomas J. Ashton, 21, New York, N.Y.
Manuel O. Asitimbay, 36, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Gregg Arthur Atlas, 45, Howells, N.Y.
Gerald Atwood, 38, New York, N.Y.
James Audiffred, 38, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth W. Van Auken, 47, East Brunswick, N.J.
Louis F. Aversano, Jr, 58, Manalapan, N.J.
Ezra Aviles, 41, Commack, N.Y.
Ayodeji Awe, 42, New York, N.Y
Samuel (Sandy) Ayala, 36, New York, N.Y.
Arlene T. Babakitis, 47, Secaucus, N.J.
Eustace (Rudy) Bacchus, 48, Metuchen, N.J.
John James Badagliacca, 35, New York, N.Y.
Jane Ellen Baeszler, 43, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Baierwalter, 44, Albertson, N.Y.
Andrew J. Bailey, 29, New York, N.Y.
Brett T. Bailey, 28, Bricktown, N.J.
Tatyana Bakalinskaya, 43, New York, N.Y.
Michael S. Baksh, 36, Englewood, N.J.
Sharon Balkcom, 43, White Plains, N.Y.
Michael Andrew Bane, 33, Yardley, Pa.
Kathy Bantis, 44, Chicago, Ill.
Gerard Jean Baptiste, 35, New York, N.Y.
Walter Baran, 42, New York, N.Y.
Gerard A. Barbara, 53, New York, N.Y.
Paul V. Barbaro, 35, Holmdel, N.J.
James W. Barbella, 53, Oceanside, N.Y.
Ivan Kyrillos Fairbanks Barbosa, 30, Jersey City, N.J.
Victor Daniel Barbosa, 23, New York, N.Y.
Colleen Ann Barkow, 26, East Windsor, N.J.
David Michael Barkway, 34, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Matthew Barnes, 37, Monroe, N.Y.
Sheila Patricia Barnes, 55, Bay Shore, N.Y.
Evan J. Baron, 38, Bridgewater, N.J.
Renee Barrett-Arjune, 41, Irvington, N.J.
Arthur T. Barry, 35, New York, N.Y.
Diane G. Barry, 60, New York, N.Y.
Maurice Vincent Barry, 49, Rutherford, N.J.
Scott D. Bart, 28, Malverne, N.Y.
Carlton W. Bartels, 44, New York, N.Y.
Guy Barzvi, 29, New York, N.Y.
Inna Basina, 43, New York, N.Y.
Alysia Basmajian, 23, Bayonne, N.J.
Kenneth William Basnicki, 48, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Lt. Steven J. Bates, 42, New York, N.Y.
Paul James Battaglia, 22, New York, N.Y.
W. David Bauer, 45, Rumson, N.J.
Ivhan Luis Carpio Bautista, 24, New York, N.Y.
Marlyn C. Bautista, 46, Iselin, N.J.
Jasper Baxter, 45, Philadelphia, Pa.
Michele (Du Berry) Beale, 37, Essex, Britain
Paul F. Beatini, 40, Park Ridge, N.J.
Jane S. Beatty, 53, Belford, N.J.
Larry I. Beck, 38, Baldwin, N.Y.
Manette Marie Beckles, 43, Rahway, N.J.
Carl John Bedigian, 35, New York, N.Y.
Michael Beekman, 39, New York, N.Y.
Maria Behr, 41, Milford, N.J.
Yelena Belilovsky, 38, Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Nina Patrice Bell, 39, New York, N.Y.
Andrea Della Bella, 59, Jersey City, N.J.
Debbie S. Bellows, 30, East Windsor, N.J.
Stephen Elliot Belson, 51, New York, N.Y.
Paul Michael Benedetti, 32, New York, N.Y.
Denise Lenore Benedetto, 40, New York, N.Y.
Bryan Craig Bennett, 25, New York, N.Y.
Oliver Duncan Bennett, 29, London, England
Eric L. Bennett, 29, New York, N.Y.
Margaret L. Benson, 52, Rockaway, N.J.
Dominick J. Berardi, 25, New York, N.Y.
James Patrick Berger, 44, Lower Makefield, Pa.
Steven Howard Berger, 45, Manalapan, N.J.
John P. Bergin, 39, New York, N.Y.
Alvin Bergsohn, 48, Baldwin Harbor, N.Y.
Daniel D. Bergstein, 38, Teaneck, N.J.
Michael J. Berkeley, 38, New York, N.Y.
Donna Bernaerts-Kearns, 44, Hoboken, N.J.
David W. Bernard, 57, Chelmsford, Mass.
William Bernstein, 44, New York, N.Y.
David M. Berray, 39, New York, N.Y.
David S. Berry, 43, New York, N.Y.
Joseph J. Berry, 55, Saddle River, N.J.
William Reed Bethke, 36, Hamilton, N.J.
Timothy D. Betterly, 42, Little Silver, N.J.
Edward F. Beyea, 42, New York, N.Y.
Paul Michael Beyer, 37, New York, N.Y.
Anil T. Bharvaney, 41, East Windsor, N.J.
Bella Bhukhan, 24, Union, N.J.
Shimmy D. Biegeleisen, 42, New York, N.Y.
Peter Alexander Bielfeld, 44, New York, N.Y.
William Biggart, 54, New York, N.Y.
Brian Bilcher, 36, New York, N.Y.
Carl Vincent Bini, 44, New York, N.Y.
Gary Bird, 51, Tempe, Ariz.
Joshua David Birnbaum, 24, New York, N.Y.
George Bishop, 52, Granite Springs, N.Y.
Jeffrey D. Bittner, 27, New York, N.Y.
Balewa Albert Blackman, 26, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Joseph Blackwell, 42, Patterson, N.Y.
Susan L. Blair, 35, East Brunswick, N.J.
Harry Blanding, 38, Blakeslee, Pa.
Janice L. Blaney, 55, Williston Park, N.Y.
Craig Michael Blass, 27, Greenlawn, N.Y.
Rita Blau, 52, New York, N.Y.
Richard M. Blood, 38, Ridgewood, N.J.
Michael A. Boccardi, 30, Bronxville, N.Y.
John Paul Bocchi, 38, New Vernon, N.J.
Michael L. Bocchino, 45, New York, N.Y.
Susan Mary Bochino, 36, New York, N.Y.
Bruce Douglas (Chappy) Boehm, 49, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Mary Katherine Boffa, 45, New York, N.Y.
Nicholas A. Bogdan, 34, Browns Mills, N.J.
Darren C. Bohan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Lawrence Francis Boisseau, 36, Freehold, N.J.
Vincent M. Boland, 25, Ringwood, N.J.
Alan Bondarenko, 53, Flemington, N.J.
Andre Bonheur, 40, New York, N.Y.
Colin Arthur Bonnett, 39, New York, N.Y.
Frank Bonomo, 42, Port Jefferson, N.Y.
Yvonne L. Bonomo, 30, New York, N.Y.
Sean Booker, 35, Irvington, N.J.
Sherry Ann Bordeaux, 38, Jersey City, N.J.
Krystine C. Bordenabe, 33, Old Bridge, N.J.
Martin Boryczewski, 29, Parsippany, N.J.
Richard E. Bosco, 34, Suffern, N.Y.
John Howard Boulton, 29, New York, N.Y.
Francisco Bourdier, 41, New York, N.Y.
Thomas H. Bowden, 36, Wyckoff, N.J.
Kimberly S. Bowers, 31, Islip, N.Y.
Veronique (Bonnie) Nicole Bowers, 28, New York, N.Y.
Larry Bowman, 46, New York, N.Y.
Shawn Edward Bowman, 28, New York, N.Y.
Kevin L. Bowser, 45, Philadelphia, Pa.
Gary R. Box, 37, North Bellmore, N.Y.
Gennady Boyarsky, 34, New York, N.Y.
Pamela Boyce, 43, New York, N.Y.
Michael Boyle, 37, Westbury, N.Y.
Alfred Braca, 54, Leonardo, N.J.
Sandra Conaty Brace, 60, New York, N.Y.
Kevin H. Bracken, 37, New York, N.Y.
David Brian Brady, 41, Summit, N.J.
Alexander Braginsky, 38, Stamford, Conn.
Nicholas W. Brandemarti, 21, Mantua, N.J.
Michelle Renee Bratton, 23, Yonkers, N.Y.
Patrice Braut, 31, New York, N.Y.
Lydia Estelle Bravo, 50, Dunellen, N.J.
Ronald Michael Breitweiser, 39, Middletown Township, N.J.
Edward A. Brennan, 37, New York, N.Y.
Frank H. Brennan, 50, New York, N.Y.
Michael Emmett Brennan, 27, New York, N.Y.
Peter Brennan, 30, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Thomas M. Brennan, 32, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Capt. Daniel Brethel, 43, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Gary L. Bright, 36, Union City, N.J.
Jonathan Eric Briley, 43, Mount Vernon, N.Y.
Mark A. Brisman, 34, Armonk, N.Y.
Paul Gary Bristow, 27, New York, N.Y.
Victoria Alvarez Brito, 38, New York, N.Y.
Mark Francis Broderick, 42, Old Bridge, N.J.
Herman C. Broghammer, 58, North Merrick, N.Y.
Keith Broomfield, 49, New York, N.Y.
Janice J. Brown, 35, New York, N.Y.
Lloyd Brown, 28, Bronxville, N.Y.
Capt. Patrick J. Brown, 48, New York, N.Y.
Bettina Browne, 49, Atlantic Beach, N.Y.
Mark Bruce, 40, Summit, N.J.
Richard Bruehert, 38, Westbury, N.Y.
Andrew Brunn, 28
Capt. Vincent Brunton, 43, New York, N.Y.
Ronald Paul Bucca, 47, Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Brandon J. Buchanan, 24, New York, N.Y.
Greg Joseph Buck, 37, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Buckley, 38, Chatham, N.J.
Nancy Bueche, 43, Hicksville, N.Y.
Patrick Joseph Buhse, 36, Lincroft, N.J.
John E. Bulaga, 35, Paterson, N.J.
Stephen Bunin, 45, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Daniel Burke, 38, Bedford Hills, N.Y.
Capt. William F. Burke, 46, New York, N.Y.
Matthew J. Burke, 28, New York, N.Y.
Donald James Burns, 61, Nissequogue, N.Y.
Kathleen A. Burns, 49, New York, N.Y.
Keith James Burns, 39, East Rutherford, N.J.
John Patrick Burnside, 36, New York, N.Y.
Irina Buslo, 32, New York, N.Y.
Milton Bustillo, 37, New York, N.Y.
Thomas M. Butler, 37, Kings Park, N.Y.
Patrick Byrne, 39, New York, N.Y.
Timothy G. Byrne, 36, Manhattan, N.Y.
Jesus Cabezas, 66, New York, N.Y.
Lillian Caceres, 48, New York, N.Y.
Brian Joseph Cachia, 26, New York, N.Y.
Steven Cafiero, 31, New York, N.Y.
Richard M. Caggiano, 25, New York, N.Y.
Cecile M. Caguicla, 55, Boonton, N.J.
Michael John Cahill, 37, East Williston, N.Y.
Scott W. Cahill, 30, West Caldwell, N.J.
Thomas J. Cahill, 36, Franklin Lakes, N.J.
George Cain, 35, Massapequa, N.Y.
Salvatore B. Calabro, 38, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Calandrillo, 49, Hawley, Pa.
Philip V. Calcagno, 57, New York, N.Y.
Edward Calderon, 44, Jersey City, N.J.
Kenneth Marcus Caldwell, 30, New York, N.Y.
Dominick E. Calia, 40, Manalapan, N.J.
Felix (Bobby) Calixte, 38, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Frank Callahan, 51, New York, N.Y.
Liam Callahan, 44, Rockaway, N.J.
Luigi Calvi, 34, East Rutherford, N.J.
Roko Camaj, 60, Manhasset, N.Y.
Michael Cammarata, 22, Huguenot, N.Y.
David Otey Campbell, 51, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Geoffrey Thomas Campbell, 31, New York, N.Y.
Sandra Patricia Campbell, 45, New York, N.Y.
Jill Marie Campbell, 31, New York, N.Y.
Robert Arthur Campbell, 25, New York, N.Y.
Juan Ortega Campos, 32, New York, N.Y.
Sean Canavan, 39, New York, N.Y.
John A. Candela, 42, Glen Ridge, N.J.
Vincent Cangelosi, 30, New York, N.Y.
Stephen J. Cangialosi, 40, Middletown, N.J.
Lisa B. Cannava, 30, New York, N.Y.
Brian Cannizzaro, 30, New York, N.Y.
Michael R. Canty, 30, Schenectady, N.Y.
Louis A. Caporicci, 35, New York, N.Y.
Jonathan N. Cappello, 23, Garden City, N.Y.
James Christopher Cappers, 33, Wading River, N.Y.
Richard M. Caproni, 34, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Jose Cardona, 32, New York, N.Y.
Dennis M Carey, 51, Wantagh, N.Y.
Edward Carlino, 46, New York, N.Y.
Michael Scott Carlo, 34, New York, N.Y.
David G. Carlone, 46, Randolph, N.J.
Rosemarie C. Carlson, 40, New York, N.Y.
Mark Stephen Carney, 41, Rahway, N.J.
Joyce Ann Carpeneto, 40, New York, N.Y.
Alicia Acevedo Carranza, Teziutlan, Puebla, Mexico
Jeremy M. Carrington, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael T. Carroll, 39, New York, N.Y.
Peter Carroll, 42, New York, N.Y.
James J. Carson, 32, Massapequa, N.Y.
James Marcel Cartier, 26, New York, N.Y.
Vivian Casalduc, 45, New York, N.Y.
John F. Casazza, 38, Colts Neck, N.J.
Paul Cascio, 23, Manhasset, N.Y.
Kathleen Hunt Casey, 43, Middletown, N.J.
Margarito Casillas, 54, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Thomas Anthony Casoria, 29, New York, N.Y.
William Otto Caspar, 57, Eatontown, N.J.
Alejandro Castano, 35, Englewood, N.J.
Arcelia Castillo, 49, Elizabeth, N.J.
Leonard M. Castrianno, 30, New York, N.Y.
Jose Ramon Castro, 37, New York, N.Y.
Richard G. Catarelli, 47, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Sean Caton, 34, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Caufield, 48, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Mary Teresa Caulfield, 58, New York, N.Y.
Judson Cavalier, 26, Huntington, N.Y.
Michael Joseph Cawley, 32, Bellmore, N.Y.
Jason D. Cayne, 32, Morganville, N.J.
Juan Armando Ceballos, 47, New York, N.Y.
Marcia G. Cecil-Carter, 34, New York, N.Y.
Jason Cefalu, 30, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Thomas J. Celic, 43, New York, N.Y.
Ana M. Centeno, 38, Bayonne, N.J.
Joni Cesta, 37, Bellmore, N.Y.
Jeffrey M. Chairnoff, 35, West Windsor, N.J.
Swarna Chalasani, 33, Jersey City, N.J.
William Chalcoff, 41, Roslyn, N.Y.
Eli Chalouh, 23, New York, N.Y.
Charles Lawrence (Chip) Chan, 23, New York, N.Y.
Mandy Chang, 40, New York, N.Y.
Mark L. Charette, 38, Millburn, N.J.
Gregorio Manuel Chavez, 48, New York, N.Y.
Jayceryll M. de Chavez, 24, Carteret, N.J.
Pedro Francisco Checo, 35, New York, N.Y.
Douglas MacMillan Cherry, 38, Maplewood, N.J.
Stephen Patrick Cherry, 41, Stamford, Conn.
Vernon Paul Cherry, 49, New York, N.Y.
Nestor Chevalier, 30, New York, N.Y.
Swede Joseph Chevalier, 26, Locust, N.J.
Alexander H. Chiang, 51, New City, N.Y.
Dorothy J. Chiarchiaro, 61, Glenwood, N.J.
Luis Alfonso Chimbo, 39, New York, N.Y.
Robert Chin, 33, New York, N.Y.
Wing Wai (Eddie) Ching, 29, Union, N.J.
Nicholas P. Chiofalo, 39, Selden, N.Y.
John Chipura, 39, New York, N.Y.
Peter A. Chirchirillo, 47, Langhorne, Pa.
Catherine E. Chirls, 47, Princeton, N.J.
Kyung (Kaccy) Cho, 30, Clifton, N.J.
Abul K. Chowdhury, 30, New York, N.Y.
Mohammed Salahuddin Chowdhury, 38, New York, N.Y.
Kirsten L. Christophe, 39, Maplewood, N.J.
Pamela Chu, 31, New York, N.Y.
Steven Paul Chucknick, 44, Cliffwood Beach, N.J.
Wai-ching Chung, 36, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Ciafardini, 30, New York, N.Y.
Alex F. Ciccone, 38, New Rochelle, N.Y.
Frances Ann Cilente, 26, New York, N.Y.
Elaine Cillo, 40, New York, N.Y.
Edna Cintron, 46, New York, N.Y.
Nestor Andre Cintron, 26, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Robert Dominick Cirri, 39, Nutley, N.J.
Juan Pablo Alvarez Cisneros, 23, Weehawken, N.J.
Gregory Alan Clark, 40, Teaneck, N.J.
Mannie Leroy Clark, 54, New York, N.Y.
Thomas R. Clark, 37, Summit, N.J.
Eugene Clark, 47, New York, N.Y.
Benjamin Keefe Clark, 39, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Robert Clarke, 34, Philadelphia, Pa.
Donna Clarke, 39, New York, N.Y.
Michael Clarke, 27, Prince’s Bay, N.Y.
Suria R.E. Clarke, 30, New York, N.Y.
Kevin Francis Cleary, 38, New York, N.Y.
James D. Cleere, 55, Newton, Iowa
Geoffrey W. Cloud, 36, Stamford, Conn.
Susan M. Clyne, 42, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Steven Coakley, 36, Deer Park, N.Y.
Jeffrey Coale, 31, Souderton, Pa.
Patricia A. Cody, 46, Brigantine, N.J.
Daniel Michael Coffey, 54, Newburgh, N.Y.
Jason Matthew Coffey, 25, Newburgh, N.Y.
Florence Cohen, 62, New York, N.Y.
Kevin Sanford Cohen, 28, Edison, N.J.
Anthony Joseph Coladonato, 47, New York, N.Y.
Mark J. Colaio, 34, New York, N.Y.
Stephen J. Colaio, 32, Montauk, N.Y.
Christopher M. Colasanti, 33, Hoboken, N.J.
Michel Paris Colbert, 39, West New York, N.J.
Kevin Nathaniel Colbert, 25, New York, N.Y.
Keith Eugene Coleman, 34, Warren, N.J.
Scott Thomas Coleman, 31, New York, N.Y.
Tarel Coleman, 32
Liam Joseph Colhoun, 34, Flushing,, N.Y.
Robert D. Colin, 49, West Babylon, N.Y.
Robert J. Coll, 35, Glen Ridge, N.J.
Jean Marie Collin, 42, New York, N.Y.
John Michael Collins, 42, New York, N.Y.
Michael L. Collins, 38, Montclair, N.J.
Thomas J. Collins, 36, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Collison, 50, New York, N.Y.
Patricia Malia Colodner, 39, New York, N.Y.
Linda M. Colon, 46, Perrineville, N.J.
Soledi Colon, 39, New York, N.Y.
Ronald Comer, 56, Northport, N.Y.
Jaime Concepcion, 46, New York, N.Y.
Albert Conde, 62, Englishtown, N.J.
Denease Conley, 44, New York, N.Y.
Susan Clancy Conlon, 41, New York, N.Y.
Margaret Mary Conner, 57, New York, N.Y.
John E. Connolly, 46, Allenwood, N.J.
Cynthia L. Connolly, 40, Metuchen, N.J.
James Lee Connor, 38, Summit, N.J.
Jonathan (J.C.) Connors, 55, Old Brookville, N.Y.
Kevin P. Connors, 55, Greenwich, Conn.
Kevin Francis Conroy, 47, New York, N.Y.
Brenda E. Conway, 40, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Michael Cook, 33, Colts Neck, N.J.
Helen D. Cook, 24, New York, N.Y.
John A. Cooper, 40, Bayonne, N.J.
Joseph J. Coppo, 47, New Canaan, Conn.
Gerard J. Coppola, 46, New Providence, N.J.
Joseph Albert Corbett, 28, Islip, N.Y.
Alejandro Cordero, 23, New York, N.Y.
Robert Cordice, 28, New York, N.Y.
Ruben D. Correa, 44, New York, N.Y.
Danny A. Correa-Gutierrez, 25, Fairview, N.J.
James Corrigan, 60, New York, N.Y.
Carlos Cortes, 57, New York, N.Y.
Kevin M. Cosgrove, 46, West Islip, N.Y.
Dolores Marie Costa, 53, Middletown, N.J.
Digna Alexandra Rivera Costanza, 25, New York, N.Y.
Charles Gregory Costello, 46, Old Bridge, N.J.
Michael S. Costello, 27, Hoboken, N.J.
Conrod K.H. Cottoy, 51, New York, N.Y.
Martin Coughlan, 54, New York, N.Y.
Sgt. John Gerard Coughlin, 43, Pomona, N.Y.
Timothy John Coughlin, 42, New York, N.Y.
James E. Cove, 48, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Andre Cox, 29, New York, N.Y.
Frederick John Cox, 27, New York, N.Y.
James Raymond Coyle, 26, New York, N.Y.
Michelle Coyle-Eulau, 38, Garden City, N.Y.
Anne M. Cramer, 47, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Seton Cramer, 34, Manahawkin, N.J.
Denise Crant, 46, Hackensack, N.J.
Robert James Crawford, 62, New York, N.Y.
James L. Crawford, 33, Madison, N.J.
Joanne Mary Cregan, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lucia Crifasi, 51, Glendale, N.Y.
Lt. John Crisci, 48, Holbrook, N.Y.
Daniel Hal Crisman, 25, New York, N.Y.
Dennis A. Cross, 60, Islip Terrace, N.Y.
Helen Crossin-Kittle, 34, Larchmont, N.Y.
Kevin Raymond Crotty, 43, Summit, N.J.
Thomas G. Crotty, 42, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
John Crowe, 57, Rutherford, N.J.
Welles Remy Crowther, 24, Upper Nyack, N.Y.
Robert L. Cruikshank, 64, New York, N.Y.
Francisco Cruz, 47, New York, N.Y.
John Robert Cruz, 32, Jersey City, N.J.
Kenneth John Cubas, 48, Woodstock, N.Y.
Richard Joseph Cudina, 46, Glen Gardner, N.J.
Neil James Cudmore, 38, Port Washington, N.Y.
Thomas Patrick Cullen, 31, New York, N.Y.
Joan McConnell Cullinan, 47, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Joyce Cummings, 65
Brian Thomas Cummins, 38, Manasquan, N.J.
Nilton Albuquerque Fernao Cunha, 41
Michael Joseph Cunningham, 39, Princeton Junction, N.J.
Robert Curatolo, 31, New York, N.Y.
Laurence Curia, 41, Garden City, N.Y.
Paul Dario Curioli, 53, Norwalk, Conn.
Beverly Curry, 41, New York, N.Y.
Sgt. Michael Curtin, 45, Medford, N.Y.
Gavin Cushny, 47, Hoboken, N.J.
Caleb Arron Dack, 39, Montclair, N.J.
Carlos S. DaCosta, 41, Elizabeth, N.J.
John D’Allara, 47, Pearl River, N.Y.
Vincent D’Amadeo, 36, East Patchoque, N.Y.
Thomas A. Damaskinos, 33, Matawan, N.J.
Jack L. D’Ambrosi, 45, Woodcliff Lake, N.J.
Jeannine Marie Damiani-Jones, 28, New York, N.Y.
Patrick W. Danahy, 35, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Nana Kwuku Danso, 47, New York, N.Y.
Mary D’Antonio, 55, New York, N.Y.
Vincent G. Danz, 38, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Dwight Donald Darcy, 55, Bronxville, N.Y.
Elizabeth Ann Darling, 28, Newark, N.J.
Annette Andrea Dataram, 25, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Edward Alexander D’Atri, 38, New York, N.Y.
Michael D. D’Auria, 25, New York, N.Y.
Lawrence Davidson, 51, New York, N.Y.
Michael Allen Davidson, 27, Westfield, N.J.
Scott Matthew Davidson, 33, New York, N.Y.
Titus Davidson, 55, New York, N.Y.
Niurka Davila, 47, New York, N.Y.
Clinton Davis, 38, New York, N.Y.
Wayne Terrial Davis, 29, Fort Meade, Md.
Calvin Dawson, 46, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Richard Dawson, 32, Southampton, Hampshire, England
Edward James Day, 45, New York, N.Y.
Emerita (Emy) De La Pena, 32, New York, N.Y.
Melanie Louise De Vere, 30, London, England
William T. Dean, 35, Floral Park, N.Y.
Robert J. DeAngelis, 48, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Thomas P. Deangelis, 51, Westbury, N.Y.
Tara Debek, 35, Babylon, N.Y.
Anna Debin, 30, East Farmingdale, N.Y.
James V. DeBlase, 45, Manalapan, N.J.
Paul DeCola, 39, Ridgewood, N.Y.
Simon Dedvukaj, 26, Mohegan Lake, N.Y.
Jason Christopher DeFazio, 29, New York, N.Y.
David A. Defeo, 37, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer DeJesus, 23, New York, N.Y.
Monique E. DeJesus, 28, New York, N.Y.
Nereida DeJesus, 30, New York, N.Y.
Donald A. Delapenha, 37, Allendale, N.J.
Vito Joseph Deleo, 41, New York, N.Y.
Danielle Delie, 47, New York, N.Y.
Colleen Ann Deloughery, 41, Bayonne, N.J.
Francis (Frank) Albert DeMartini, 49, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Demas, 61, New York, N.Y.
Martin DeMeo, 47, Farmingville, N.Y.
Francis X. Deming, 47, Franklin Lakes, N.J.
Carol K. Demitz, 49, New York, N.Y.
Kevin Dennis, 43, Peapack, N.J.
Thomas F. Dennis, 43, Setauket, N.Y.
Jean C. DePalma, 42, Newfoundland, N.J.
Jose Nicolas Depena, 42, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Deraney, 43, New York, N.Y.
Michael DeRienzo, 37, Hoboken, N.J.
David Paul Derubbio, 38, New York, N.Y.
Jemal Legesse DeSantis, 28, Jersey City, N.J.
Christian L. DeSimone, 23, Ringwood, N.J.
Edward DeSimone, 36, Atlantic Highlands, N.J.
Lt. Andrew Desperito, 44, Patchogue, N.Y.
Michael Jude D’Esposito, 32, Morganville, N.J.
Cindy Ann Deuel, 28, New York, N.Y.
Jerry DeVito, 66, New York, N.Y.
Robert P. Devitt, 36, Plainsboro, N.J.
Dennis Lawrence Devlin, 51, Washingtonville, N.Y.
Gerard Dewan, 35, New York, N.Y.
Simon Suleman Ali Kassamali Dhanani, 62, Hartsdale, N.Y.
Michael L. DiAgostino, 41, Garden City, N.Y.
Matthew Diaz, 33, New York, N.Y.
Nancy Diaz, 28, New York, N.Y.
Obdulio Ruiz Diaz, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lourdes Galletti Diaz, 32, New York, N.Y.
Michael Diaz-Piedra, 49
Judith Belguese Diaz-Sierra, 32, Bay Shore, N.Y.
Patricia F. DiChiaro, 63, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Dermot Dickey, 50, Manhasset, N.Y.
Lawrence Patrick Dickinson, 35, Morganville, N.J.
Michael David Diehl, 48, Brick, N.J.
John DiFato, 39, New York, N.Y.
Vincent F. DiFazio, 43, Hampton, N.J.
Carl DiFranco, 27, New York, N.Y.
Donald J. DiFranco, 43, New York, N.Y.
Debra Ann DiMartino, 36, New York, N.Y.
Stephen P. Dimino, 48, Basking Ridge, N.J.
William J. Dimmling, 47, Garden City, N.Y.
Christopher Dincuff, 31, Jersey City, N.J.
Jeffrey M. Dingle, 32, New York, N.Y.
Anthony DiOnisio, 38, Glen Rock, N.J.
George DiPasquale, 33, New York, N.Y.
Joseph DiPilato, 57, New York, N.Y.
Douglas Frank DiStefano, 24, Hoboken, N.J.
Ramzi A. Doany, 35, Bayonne, N.J., Jordanian
John J. Doherty, 58, Hartsdale, N.Y.
Melissa C. Doi, 32, New York, N.Y.
Brendan Dolan, 37, Glen Rock, N.J.
Neil Dollard, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
James Joseph Domanico, 56, New York, N.Y.
Benilda Pascua Domingo, 37, New York, N.Y.
Charles (Carlos) Dominguez, 34, East Meadow, N.Y.
Geronimo (Jerome) Mark Patrick Dominguez, 37, Holtsville, N.Y.
Lt. Kevin W. Donnelly, 43, New York, N.Y.
Jacqueline Donovan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Dorf, 39, New Milford, N.J.
Thomas Dowd, 37, Monroe, N.Y.
Lt. Kevin Christopher Dowdell, 46, New York, N.Y.
Mary Yolanda Dowling, 46, New York, N.Y.
Raymond M. Downey, 63, Deer Park, N.Y.
Joseph M. Doyle, 25, New York, N.Y.
Frank Joseph Doyle, 39, Englewood, N.J.
Randy Drake, 37, Lee’s Summit, Mo.
Stephen Patrick Driscoll, 38, Lake Carmel, N.Y.
Mirna A. Duarte, 31, New York, N.Y.
Luke A. Dudek, 50, Livingston, N.J.
Christopher Michael Duffy, 23, New York, N.Y.
Gerard Duffy, 53, Manorville, N.Y.
Michael Joseph Duffy, 29, Northport, N.Y.
Thomas W. Duffy, 52, Pittsford, N.Y.
Antoinette Duger, 44, Belleville, N.J.
Jackie Sayegh Duggan, 34
Sareve Dukat, 53, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Joseph Dunne, 28, Mineola, N.Y.
Richard A. Dunstan, 54, New Providence, N.J.
Patrick Thomas Dwyer, 37, Nissequogue, N.Y.
Joseph Anthony Eacobacci, 26, New York, N.Y.
John Bruce Eagleson, 53, Middlefield, Conn.
Robert D. Eaton, 37, Manhasset, N.Y.
Dean P. Eberling, 44, Cranford, N.J.
Margaret Ruth Echtermann, 33, Hoboken, N.J.
Paul Robert Eckna, 28, West New York, N.J.
Constantine (Gus) Economos, 41, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Michael Edwards, 35, Huntington, N.Y.
Michael Hardy Edwards, 33, New York, N.Y.
Lisa Egan, 31, Cliffside Park, N.J.
Capt. Martin Egan, 36, New York, N.Y.
Michael Egan, 51, Middletown, N.J.
Christine Egan, 55, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Samantha Egan, 24, Jersey City, N.J.
Carole Eggert, 60, New York, N.Y.
Lisa Caren Weinstein Ehrlich, 36, New York, N.Y.
John Ernst (Jack) Eichler, 69, Cedar Grove, N.J.
Eric Adam Eisenberg, 32, Commack, N.Y.
Daphne F. Elder, 36, Newark, N.J.
Michael J. Elferis, 27, College Point, N.Y.
Mark J. Ellis, 26, South Huntington, N.Y.
Valerie Silver Ellis, 46, New York, N.Y.
Albert Alfy William Elmarry, 30, North Brunswick, N.J.
Edgar H. Emery, 45, Clifton, N.J.
Doris Suk-Yuen Eng, 30, New York, N.Y.
Christopher S. Epps, 29, New York, N.Y.
Ulf Ramm Ericson, 79, Greenwich, Conn.
Erwin L. Erker, 41, Farmingdale, N.Y.
William J. Erwin, 30, Verona, N.J.
Sarah (Ali) Escarcega, 35, New York, N.Y.
Jose Espinal, 31
Fanny M. Espinoza, 29, Teaneck, N.J.
Francis Esposito, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Michael Esposito, 41, New York, N.Y.
William Esposito, 51, Bellmore, N.Y.
Brigette Ann Esposito, 34, New York, N.Y.
Ruben Esquilin, 35, New York, N.Y.
Sadie Ette, 36, New York, N.Y.
Barbara G. Etzold, 43, Jersey City, N.J.
Eric Brian Evans, 31, Weehawken, N.J.
Robert Edward Evans, 36, Franklin Square, N.Y.
Meredith Emily June Ewart, 29, Hoboken, N.J.
Catherine K. Fagan, 58, New York, N.Y.
Patricia M. Fagan, 55, Toms River, N.J.
Keith G. Fairben, 24, Floral Park, N.Y.
William Fallon, 38, Coram, N.Y.
William F. Fallon, 53, Rocky Hill, N.J.
Anthony J. Fallone, 39, New York, N.Y.
Dolores B. Fanelli, 38, Farmingville, N.Y.
John Joseph Fanning, 54, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Kathleen (Kit) Faragher, 33, Denver, Colo.
Capt. Thomas Farino, 37, Bohemia, N.Y.
Nancy Carole Farley, 45, Jersey City, N.J.
Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Farmer, 62, New York, N.Y.
Douglas Farnum, 33, New York, N.Y.
John W. Farrell, 41, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Terrence Patrick Farrell, 45, Huntington, N.Y.
John G. Farrell, 32, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Joseph Farrelly, 47, New York, N.Y.
Thomas P. Farrelly, 54, East Northport, N.Y.
Syed Abdul Fatha, 54, Newark, N.J.
Christopher Faughnan, 37, South Orange, N.J.
Wendy R. Faulkner, 47, Mason, Ohio
Shannon M. Fava, 30, New York, N.Y.
Bernard D. Favuzza, 52, Suffern, N.Y.
Robert Fazio, 41, Freeport, N.Y.
Ronald C. Fazio, 57, Closter, N.J.
William Feehan, 72, New York, N.Y.
Francis J. (Frank) Feely, 41, Middletown, N.Y.
Garth E. Feeney, 28, New York, N.Y.
Sean B. Fegan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Lee S. Fehling, 28, Wantagh, N.Y.
Peter Feidelberg, 34, Hoboken, N.J.
Alan D. Feinberg, 48, New York, N.Y.
Rosa Maria Feliciano, 30, New York, N.Y.
Edward T. Fergus, 40, Wilton, Conn.
George Ferguson, 54, Teaneck, N.J.
Henry Fernandez, 23, New York, N.Y.
Judy H. Fernandez, 27, Parlin, N.J.
Jose Manuel Contreras Fernandez, El Aguacate, Jalisco, Mexico
Elisa Giselle Ferraina, 27, London, England
Anne Marie Sallerin Ferreira, 29, Jersey City, N.J.
Robert John Ferris, 63, Garden City, N.Y.
David Francis Ferrugio, 46, Middletown, N.J.
Louis V. Fersini, 38, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Michael David Ferugio, 37, New York, N.Y.
Bradley James Fetchet, 24, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer Louise Fialko, 29, Teaneck, N.J.
Kristen Fiedel, 27, New York, N.Y.
Samuel Fields, 36, New York, N.Y.
Michael Bradley Finnegan, 37, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Timothy J. Finnerty, 33, Glen Rock, N.J.
Michael Curtis Fiore, 46, New York, N.Y.
Stephen J. Fiorelli, 43, Aberdeen, N.J.
Paul M. Fiori, 31, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
John Fiorito, 40, Stamford, Conn.
Lt. John R. Fischer, 46, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Fisher, 42, New York, N.Y.
Thomas J. Fisher, 36, Union, N.J.
Bennett Lawson Fisher, 58, Stamford, Conn.
John Roger Fisher, 46, Bayonne, N.J.
Lucy Fishman, 37, New York, N.Y.
Ryan D. Fitzgerald, 26, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Fitzpatrick, 35, Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Richard P. Fitzsimons, 57, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Salvatore A. Fiumefreddo, 47, Manalapan, N.J.
Christina Donovan Flannery, 26, New York, N.Y.
Eileen Flecha, 33, New York, N.Y.
Andre G. Fletcher, 37, North Babylon, N.Y.
Carl Flickinger, 38, Conyers, N.Y.
John Joseph Florio, 33, Oceanside, N.Y.
Joseph W. Flounders, 46, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
David Fodor, 38, Garrison, N.Y.
Lt. Michael N. Fodor, 53, Warwick, N.Y.
Steven Mark Fogel, 40, Westfield, N.Y.
Thomas Foley, 32, West Nyack, N.Y.
David Fontana, 37, New York, N.Y.
Chih Min (Dennis) Foo, 40, Holmdel, N.J.
Del Rose Forbes-Cheatham, 48, New York, N.Y.
Godwin Forde, 39, New York, N.Y.
Donald A. Foreman, 53, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Hugh Forsythe, 44, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Claudia Alicia Martinez Foster, 26, New York, N.Y.
Noel J. Foster, 40, Bridgewater, N.J.
Ana Fosteris, 58, Coram, N.Y.
Robert J. Foti, 42, Albertson, N.Y.
Jeffrey L. Fox, 40, Cranbury, N.J.
Virginia Fox, 58, New York, N.Y.
Virgin (Lucy) Francis, 62, New York, N.Y.
Pauline Francis, 57, New York, N.Y.
Joan Francis
Gary J. Frank, 35, South Amboy, N.J.
Morton Frank, 31, New York, N.Y.
Peter Christopher Frank, 29, New York, N.Y.
Richard K. Fraser, 32, New York, N.Y.
Kevin Joseph Frawley, 34, Bronxville, N.Y.
Clyde Frazier, 41, New York, N.Y.
Lillian I. Frederick, 46, Teaneck, N.J.
Andrew Fredericks, 40, Suffern, N.Y.
Tamitha Freemen, 35, New York, N.Y.
Brett O. Freiman, 29, Roslyn, N.Y.
Lt. Peter L. Freund, 45, Westtown, N.Y.
Arlene E. Fried, 49, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
Alan Wayne Friedlander, 52, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Andrew K. Friedman, 44, Woodbury, N.Y.
Gregg J. Froehner, 46, Chester, N.J.
Peter Christian Fry, 36, Wilton, Conn.
Clement Fumando, 59, New York, N.Y.
Steven Elliot Furman, 40, Wesley Hills, N.Y.
Paul James Furmato, 37, Colts Neck, N.J.
Fredric Gabler, 30, New York, N.Y.
Richard S. Gabrielle, 50, West Haven, Conn.
James Andrew Gadiel, 23, New York, N.Y.
Pamela Gaff, 51, Robinsville, N.J.
Ervin Vincent Gailliard, 42, New York, N.Y.
Deanna L. Galante, 32, New York, N.Y.
Grace Galante, 29, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Edward Gallagher, 41, New York, N.Y.
Daniel James Gallagher, 23, Red Bank, N.J.
John Patrick Gallagher, 31, Yonkers, N.Y.
Cono E. Gallo, 30, New York, N.Y.
Vincenzo Gallucci, 36, Monroe Township, N.J.
Thomas Edward Galvin, 32, New York, N.Y.
Giovanna (Genni) Gambale, 27, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Gambino, 48, Babylon, N.Y.
Giann F. Gamboa, 26, New York, N.Y.
Peter J. Ganci, 55, North Massapequa, N.Y.
Claude Michael Gann, 41, Roswell, Ga.
Lt. Charles William Garbarini, 44, Pleasantville, N.Y.
Cesar Garcia, 36, New York, N.Y.
David Garcia, 40, Freeport, N.Y.
Jorge Luis Morron Garcia, 38, New York, N.Y.
Juan Garcia, 50, New York, N.Y.
Marlyn C. Garcia, 21, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Gardner, 36, Darien, Conn.
Douglas B. Gardner, 39, New York, N.Y.
Harvey J. Gardner, 35, Lakewood, N.J.
Thomas A. Gardner, 39, Oceanside, N.Y.
Jeffrey B. Gardner, 36, Hoboken, N.J.
William Arthur Gardner, 45, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Francesco Garfi, 29, New York, N.Y.
Rocco Gargano, 28, Bayside, N.Y.
James M. Gartenberg, 36, New York, N.Y.
Matthew David Garvey, 37
Bruce Gary, 51, Bellmore, N.Y.
Palmina Delli Gatti, 33, New York, N.Y.
Boyd A. Gatton, 38, Jersey City, N.J.
Donald Richard Gavagan, 35, New York, N.Y.
Terence D. Gazzani, 24, New York, N.Y.
Gary Geidel, 44, New York, N.Y.
Paul Hamilton Geier, 36, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Julie M. Geis, 44, Lees Summit, Mo.
Peter Gelinas, 34, New York, N.Y.
Steven Paul Geller, 52, New York, N.Y.
Howard G. Gelling, 28, New York, N.Y.
Peter Victor Genco, 36, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Steven Gregory Genovese, 37, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Alayne F. Gentul, 44, Mountain Lakes, N.J.
Edward F. Geraghty, 45, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Suzanne Geraty, 30, New York, N.Y.
Ralph Gerhardt, 33, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Gerlich, 56, Monroe, Conn.
Denis P. Germain, 33, Tuxedo Park, N.Y.
Marina R. Gertsberg, 25, New York, N.Y.
Susan M. Getzendanner, 57, New York, N.Y.
James Gerard Geyer, 41, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Joseph M. Giaccone, 43, Monroe, N.J.
Lt. Vincent Francis Giammona, 40, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Debra L. Gibbon, 43, Hackettstown, N.J.
James A. Giberson, 43, New York, N.Y.
Craig Neil Gibson, 37, New York, N.Y.
Ronnie Gies, 43, Merrick, N.Y.
Laura A. Giglio, 35, Oceanside, N.Y.
Andrew Clive Gilbert, 39, Califon, N.J.
Timothy Paul Gilbert, 35, Lebanon, N.J.
Paul Stuart Gilbey, 39, Chatham, N.J.
Paul John Gill, 34, New York, N.Y.
Mark Y. Gilles, 33, New York, N.Y.
Evan H. Gillette, 40, New York, N.Y.
Ronald Gilligan, 43, Norwalk, Conn.
Sgt. Rodney C. Gillis, 34, New York, N.Y.
Laura Gilly, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lt. John F. Ginley, 37, Warwick, N.Y.
Jeffrey Giordano, 46, New York, N.Y.
John Giordano, 46, Newburgh, N.Y.
Donna Marie Giordano, 44, Parlin, N.J.
Steven A. Giorgetti, 43, Manhasset, N.Y.
Martin Giovinazzo, 34, New York, N.Y.
Kum-Kum Girolamo, 41, New York, N.Y.
Salvatore Gitto, 44, Manalapan, N.J.
Cynthia Giugliano, 46, Nesconset, N.Y.
Mon Gjonbalaj, 65, New York, N.Y.
Dianne Gladstone, 55, New York, N.Y.
Keith Alexander Glascoe, 38, New York, N.Y.
Thomas I. Glasser, 40, Summit, N.J.
Harry Glenn, 38, Piscataway, N.J.
Barry H. Glick, 55, Wayne, N.J.
Steven Lawrence Glick, 42, Greenwich, Conn.
John T. Gnazzo, 32, New York, N.Y.
William (Bill) Robert Godshalk, 35, New York, N.Y.
Michael Gogliormella, 43, New Providence, N.J.
Brian Fredric Goldberg, 26, Union, N.J.
Jeffrey Grant Goldflam, 48, Melville, N.Y.
Michelle Herman Goldstein, 31, New York, N.Y.
Monica Goldstein, 25, New York, N.Y.
Steven Goldstein, 35, Princeton, N.J.
Andrew H. Golkin, 30, New York, N.Y.
Dennis James Gomes, 40, New York, N.Y.
Enrique Antonio Gomez, 42, New York, N.Y.
Jose Bienvenido Gomez, 45, New York, N.Y.
Manuel Gomez, 42, New York, N.Y.
Wilder Gomez, 38, New York, N.Y.
Jenine Gonzalez, 27, New York, N.Y.
Joel Guevara Gonzalez, 23, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico
Rosa J. Gonzalez, 32, Jersey City, N.J.
Mauricio Gonzalez, 27, New York, N.Y.
Calvin J. Gooding, 38, Riverside, N.Y.
Harry Goody, 50, New York, N.Y.
Kiran Reddy Gopu, 24, Bridgeport, Conn.
Catherine Carmen Gorayeb, 41, New York, N.Y.
Kerene Gordon, 43, New York, N.Y.
Sebastian Gorki, 27, New York, N.Y.
Thomas E. Gorman, 41, Middlesex, N.J.
Kieran Gorman, 35, Yonkers, N.Y.
Michael Edward Gould, 29, Hoboken, N.J.
Yugi Goya, 42, Rye, N.Y.
Jon Richard Grabowski, 33, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Michael Grady, 39, Cranford, N.J.
Edwin John Graf, 48, Rowayton, Conn.
David M. Graifman, 40, New York, N.Y.
Gilbert Granados, 51, Hicksville, N.Y.
Elvira Granitto, 43, New York, N.Y.
Winston Arthur Grant, 59, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Christopher Stewart Gray, 32, Weehawken, N.J.
James Michael Gray, 34, New York, N.Y.
Linda Mair Grayling, 44, New York, N.Y.
John Michael Grazioso, 41, Middletown, N.J.
Timothy Grazioso, 42, Gulf Stream, Fla.
Derrick Arthur Green, 44, New York, N.Y.
Wade Brian Green, 42, Westbury, N.Y.
Elaine Myra Greenberg, 56, New York, N.Y.
Gayle R. Greene, 51, Montville, N.J.
James Arthur Greenleaf, 32, New York, N.Y.
Eileen Marsha Greenstein, 52, Morris Plains, N.J.
Elizabeth (Lisa) Martin Gregg, 52, New York, N.Y.
Donald H. Gregory, 62, Ramsey, N.J.
Florence M. Gregory, 38, New York, N.Y.
Denise Gregory, 39, New York, N.Y.
Pedro (David) Grehan, 35, Hoboken, N.J.
John M. Griffin, 38, Waldwick, N.J.
Tawanna Griffin, 30, New York, N.Y.
Joan D. Griffith, 39, Willingboro, N.J.
Warren Grifka, 54, New York, N.Y.
Ramon Grijalvo, 58
Joseph F. Grillo, 46, New York, N.Y.
David Grimner, 51, Merrick, N.Y.
Kenneth Grouzalis, 56, Lyndhurst, N.J.
Joseph Grzelak, 52, New York, N.Y.
Matthew J. Grzymalski, 34, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Robert Joseph Gschaar, 55, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Liming (Michael) Gu, 34, Piscataway, N.J.
Jose A. Guadalupe, 37, New York, N.Y.
Yan Zhu (Cindy) Guan, 25, New York, N.Y.
Geoffrey E. Guja, 47, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Lt. Joseph Gullickson, 37, New York, N.Y.
Babita Guman, 33, New York, N.Y.
Douglas B. Gurian, 38, Tenafly, N.J.
Philip T. Guza, 54, Sea Bright, N.J.
Barbara Guzzardo, 49, Glendale, N.Y.
Peter Gyulavary, 44, Warwick, N.Y.
Gary Robert Haag, 36, Ossining, N.Y.
Andrea Lyn Haberman, 25, Chicago, Ill.
Barbara M. Habib, 49, New York, N.Y.
Philip Haentzler, 49, New York, N.Y.
Nizam A. Hafiz, 32, New York, N.Y.
Karen Hagerty, 34, New York, N.Y.
Steven Hagis, 31, New York, N.Y.
Mary Lou Hague, 26, New York, N.Y.
David Halderman, 40, New York, N.Y.
Maile Rachel Hale, 26, Cambridge, Mass.
Richard Hall, 49, Purchase, N.Y.
Vaswald George Hall, 50, New York, N.Y.
Robert John Halligan, 59, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Lt. Vincent Gerard Halloran, 43, North Salem, N.Y.
James D. Halvorson, 56, Greenwich, Conn.
Mohammad Salman Hamdani, 23, New York, N.Y.
Felicia Hamilton, 62, New York, N.Y.
Robert Hamilton, 43, Washingtonville, N.Y.
Frederic Kim Han, 45, Marlboro, N.J.
Christopher James Hanley, 34, New York, N.Y.
Sean Hanley, 35, New York, N.Y.
Valerie Joan Hanna, 57, Freeville, N.Y.
Thomas Hannafin, 36, New York, N.Y.
Kevin James Hannaford, 32, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Michael L. Hannan, 34, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Dana Hannon, 29, Suffern, N.Y.
Vassilios G. Haramis, 56, New York, N.Y.
James A. Haran, 41, Malverne, N.Y.
Jeffrey P. Hardy, 46, New York, N.Y.
Timothy John Hargrave, 38, Readington, N.J.
Daniel Harlin, 41, Kent, N.Y.
Frances Haros, 76, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Harvey L. Harrell, 49, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Stephen Gary Harrell, 44, Warwick, N.Y.
Stewart D. Harris, 52, Marlboro, N.J.
Aisha Harris, 22, New York, N.Y.
John Patrick Hart, 38, Danville, Calif.
John Clinton Hartz, 64, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Emeric J. Harvey, 56, Montclair, N.J.
Capt. Thomas Theodore Haskell, 37, Massapequa, N.Y.
Timothy Haskell, 34, Seaford, N.Y.
Joseph John Hasson, 34, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Terence S. Hatton, 41, New York, N.Y.
Leonard William Hatton, 45, Ridgefield Park, N.J.
Michael Helmut Haub, 34, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
Timothy Aaron Haviland, 41, Oceanside, N.Y.
Donald G. Havlish, 53, Yardley, Pa.
Anthony Hawkins, 30, New York, N.Y.
Nobuhiro Hayatsu, 36, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Philip Hayes, 67, Northport, N.Y.
William Ward Haynes, 35, Rye, N.Y.
Scott Hazelcorn, 29, Hoboken, N.J.
Lt. Michael K. Healey, 42, East Patchogue, N.Y.
Roberta Bernstein Heber, 60, New York, N.Y.
Charles Francis Xavier Heeran, 23, Belle Harbor, N.Y.
John Heffernan, 37, New York, N.Y.
Howard Joseph Heller, 37, Ridgefield, Conn.
JoAnn L. Heltibridle, 46, Springfield, N.J.
Mark F. Hemschoot, 45, Red Bank, N.J.
Ronnie Lee Henderson, 52, Newburgh, N.Y.
Janet Hendricks, 48, New York, N.Y.
Brian Hennessey, 35, Ringoes, N.J.
Michelle Marie Henrique, 27, New York, N.Y.
Joseph P. Henry, 25, New York, N.Y.
William Henry, 49, New York, N.Y.
John Henwood, 35, New York, N.Y.
Robert Allan Hepburn, 39, Union, N.J.
Mary (Molly) Herencia, 47, New York, N.Y.
Lindsay Coates Herkness, 58, New York, N.Y.
Harvey Robert Hermer, 59, New York, N.Y.
Claribel Hernandez, 31, New York, N.Y.
Norberto Hernandez, 42, New York, N.Y.
Raul Hernandez, 51, New York, N.Y.
Gary Herold, 44, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Jeffrey A. Hersch, 53, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Hetzel, 33, Elmont, N.Y.
Capt. Brian Hickey, 47, New York, N.Y.
Ysidro Hidalgo-Tejada, 47, New York, N.Y., Dominican Republic
Lt. Timothy Higgins, 43, Farmingville, N.Y.
Robert D. Higley, 29, New Fairfield, Conn.
Todd Russell Hill, 34, Boston, Mass.
Clara Victorine Hinds, 52, New York, N.Y.
Neal Hinds, 28, New York, N.Y.
Mark D. Hindy, 28, New York, N.Y.
Richard Bruce Van Hine, 48, Greenwood Lake, N.Y.
Katsuyuki Hirai, 32, Hartsdale, N.Y.
Heather Malia Ho, 32, New York, N.Y.
Tara Yvette Hobbs, 31, New York, N.Y.
Thomas A. Hobbs, 41, Baldwin, N.Y.
James L. Hobin, 47, Marlborough, Conn.
Robert Wayne Hobson, 36, New Providence, N.J.
DaJuan Hodges, 29, New York, N.Y.
Ronald George Hoerner, 58, Massapequa Park, N.Y.
Patrick Aloysius Hoey, 53, Middletown, N.J.
Stephen G. Hoffman, 36, Long Beach, N.Y.
Marcia Hoffman, 52, New York, N.Y.
Frederick J. Hoffmann, 53, Freehold, N.J.
Michele L. Hoffmann, 27, Freehold, N.J.
Judith Florence Hofmiller, 53, Brookfield, Conn.
Thomas Warren Hohlweck, 57, Harrison, N.Y.
Jonathan R. Hohmann, 48, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Francis Holland, 32, Glen Rock, N.J.
John Holland, 30
Elizabeth Holmes, 42, New York, N.Y.
Thomas P. Holohan, 36, Chester, N.Y.
Bradley Hoorn, 22, New York, N.Y.
James P. Hopper, 51, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Montgomery McCullough Hord, 46, Pelham, N.Y.
Michael Horn, 27, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Matthew D. Horning, 26, Hoboken, N.J.
Robert L. Horohoe, 31, New York, N.Y.
Aaron Horwitz, 24, New York, N.Y.
Charles J. Houston, 42, New York, N.Y.
Uhuru G. Houston, 32, Englewood, N.J.
George Howard, 45, Hicksville, N.Y.
Steven L. Howell, 36, New York, N.Y.
Michael C. Howell, 60, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer L. Howley, 34, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Milagros “Millie” Hromada, 35, New York, N.Y.
Marian Hrycak, 56, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Huczko, 44, Bethlehem, N.J.
Kris R. Hughes, 30, Nesconset, N.Y.
Melissa Harrington Hughes, 31, San Francisco, Calif.
Thomas F. Hughes, 46, Spring Lake Heights, N.J.
Timothy Robert Hughes, 43, Madison, N.J.
Paul R. Hughes, 38, Stamford, Conn.
Robert T. “Bobby” Hughes, 23, Sayreville, N.J.
Susan Huie, 43, Fair Lawn, N.J.
Mychal Lamar Hulse, 30, New York, N.Y.
William C. Hunt, 32, Norwalk, Conn.
Joseph G. Hunter, 31, South Hempstead, N.Y.
Robert Hussa, 51, Roslyn, N.Y.
Capt. Walter Hynes, 46, Belle Harbor, N.Y.
Thomas E. Hynes, 28, Norwalk, Conn.
Joseph Anthony Ianelli, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
Zuhtu Ibis, 25, Clifton, N.J.
Jonathan Lee Ielpi, 29, Great Neck, N.Y.
Michael Patrick Iken, 37, New York, N.Y.
Daniel Ilkanayev, 36, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Frederick Ill, 49, Pearl River, N.Y.
Abraham Nethanel Ilowitz, 51, New York, N.Y.
Anthony P. Infante, 47, Chatham, N.J.
Louis S. Inghilterra, 45, New Castle, N.Y.
Christopher N. Ingrassia, 28, Watchung, N.J.
Paul Innella, 33, East Brunswick, N.J.
Stephanie V. Irby, 38, New York, N.Y.
Douglas Irgang, 32, New York, N.Y.
Todd A. Isaac, 29, New York, N.Y.
Erik Hans Isbrandtsen, 30, New York, N.Y.
Taizo Ishikawa, 50
Aram Iskenderian, 41, Merrick, N.Y.
John Iskyan, 41, Wilton, Conn.
Kazushige Ito, 35, New York, N.Y.
Aleksandr Valeryerich Ivantsov, 23, New York, N.Y.
Virginia Jablonski, 49, Matawan, N.J.
Brooke Alexandra Jackman, 23, New York, N.Y.
Aaron Jacobs, 27, New York, N.Y.
Jason Kyle Jacobs, 32, Mendham, N.J.
Michael Grady Jacobs, 54, Danbury, Conn.
Ariel Louis Jacobs, 29, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
Steven A. Jacobson, 53, New York, N.Y.
Ricknauth Jaggernauth, 58, New York, N.Y.
Jake Denis Jagoda, 24, Huntington, N.Y.
Yudh V.S. Jain, 54, New City, N.Y.
Maria Jakubiak, 41, Ridgewood, N.Y.
Gricelda E. James, 44, Willingboro, N.J.
Ernest James, 40, New York, N.Y.
Mark Jardim, 39, New York, N.Y.
Mohammed Jawara, 30, New York, N.Y.
Francois Jean-Pierre, 58, New York, N.Y.
Maxima Jean-Pierre, 40, Bellport, N.Y.
Paul E. Jeffers, 39, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Jenkins, 47, New York, N.Y.
Alan K. Jensen, 49, Wyckoff, N.J.
Prem N. Jerath, 57, Edison, N.J.
Farah Jeudy, 32, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Hweidar Jian, 42, East Brunswick, N.J.
Eliezer Jimenez, 38, New York, N.Y.
Luis Jimenez, 25, New York, N.Y.
Charles Gregory John, 44, New York, N.Y.
Nicholas John, 42, New York, N.Y.
Scott M. Johnson, 26, New York, N.Y.
LaShawana Johnson, 27, New York, N.Y.
William Johnston, 31, North Babylon, N.Y.
Arthur Joseph Jones, 37, Ossining, N.Y.
Allison Horstmann Jones, 31, New York, N.Y.
Brian L. Jones, 44, New York, N.Y.
Christopher D. Jones, 53, Huntington, N.Y.
Donald T. Jones, 39, Livingston, N.J.
Donald W. Jones, 43, Fairless Hills, Pa.
Linda Jones, 50, New York, N.Y.
Mary S. Jones, 72, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Jordan, 35, Remsenburg, N.Y.
Robert Thomas Jordan, 34, Williston, N.Y.
Ingeborg Joseph, 60, Germany
Karl Henri Joseph, 25, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Joseph, 39, Franklin Park, N.J.
Albert Joseph, 79
Jane Eileen Josiah, 47, Bellmore, N.Y.
Lt. Anthony Jovic, 39, Massapequa, N.Y.
Angel Luis Juarbe, 35, New York, N.Y.
Karen Susan Juday, 52, New York, N.Y.
The Rev. Mychal Judge, 68, New York, N.Y.
Paul W. Jurgens, 47, Levittown, N.Y.
Thomas Edward Jurgens, 26, Lawrence, N.Y.
Kacinga Kabeya, 63, McKinney, Texas
Shashi Kiran Lakshmikantha Kadaba, 25, Hackensack, N.J.
Gavkharoy Mukhometovna Kamardinova, 26, New York, N.Y.
Shari Kandell, 27, Wyckoff, N.J.
Howard Lee Kane, 40, Hazlet, N.J.
Jennifer Lynn Kane, 26, Fair Lawn, N.J.
Vincent D. Kane, 37, New York, N.Y.
Joon Koo Kang, 34, Riverdale, N.J.
Sheldon R. Kanter, 53, Edison, N.J.
Deborah H. Kaplan, 45, Paramus, N.J.
Alvin Peter Kappelmann, 57, Green Brook, N.J.
Charles Karczewski, 34, Union, N.J.
William A. Karnes, 37, New York, N.Y.
Douglas G. Karpiloff, 53, Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Charles L. Kasper, 54, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Kates, 37, New York, N.Y.
John Katsimatides, 31, East Marion, N.Y.
Sgt. Robert Kaulfers, 49, Kenilworth, N.J.
Don Jerome Kauth, 51, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Hideya Kawauchi, 36, Fort Lee, N.J.
Edward T. Keane, 66, West Caldwell, N.J.
Richard M. Keane, 54, Wethersfield, Conn.
Lisa Kearney-Griffin, 35, Jamaica, N.Y.
Karol Ann Keasler, 42, New York, N.Y.
Paul Hanlon Keating, 38, New York, N.Y.
Leo Russell Keene, 33, Westfield, N.J.
Joseph J. Keller, 31, Park Ridge, N.J.
Peter Rodney Kellerman, 35, New York, N.Y.
Joseph P. Kellett, 37, Riverdale, N.Y.
Frederick H. Kelley, 57, Huntington, N.Y.
James Joseph Kelly, 39, Oceanside, N.Y.
Joseph A. Kelly, 40, Oyster Bay, N.Y.
Maurice Patrick Kelly, 41, New York, N.Y.
Richard John Kelly, 50, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Michael Kelly, 41, Wyckoff, N.J.
Thomas Richard Kelly, 38, Riverhead, N.Y.
Thomas W. Kelly, 51, New York, N.Y.
Timothy C. Kelly, 37, Port Washington, N.Y.
William Hill Kelly, 30, New York, N.Y.
Robert C. Kennedy, 55, Toms River, N.J.
Thomas J. Kennedy, 36, Islip Terrace, N.Y.
John Keohane, 41, Jersey City, N.J.
Lt. Ronald T. Kerwin, 42, Levittown, N.Y.
Howard L. Kestenbaum, 56, Montclair, N.J.
Douglas D. Ketcham, 27, New York, N.Y.
Ruth E. Ketler, 42, New York, N.Y.
Boris Khalif, 30, New York, N.Y.
Sarah Khan, 32, New York, N.Y.
Taimour Firaz Khan, 29, New York, N.Y.
Rajesh Khandelwal, 33, South Plainfield, N.J.
SeiLai Khoo, 38, Jersey City, N.J.
Michael Kiefer, 25, Hempstead, N.Y.
Satoshi Kikuchihara, 43, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Andrew Jay-Hoon Kim, 26, Leonia, N.J.
Lawrence Don Kim, 31, Blue Bell, Pa.
Mary Jo Kimelman, 34, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Marshall King, 42, Princeton, N.J.
Lucille T. King, 59, Ridgewood, N.J.
Robert King, 36, Bellerose Terrace, N.Y.
Lisa M. King-Johnson, 34, New York, N.Y.
Takashi Kinoshita, 46, Rye, N.Y.
Chris Michael Kirby, 21, New York, N.Y.
Howard (Barry) Kirschbaum, 53, New York, N.Y.
Glenn Davis Kirwin, 40, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Richard J. Klares, 59, Somers, N.Y.
Peter A. Klein, 35, Weehawken, N.J.
Alan D. Kleinberg, 39, East Brunswick, N.J.
Karen J. Klitzman, 38, New York, N.Y.
Ronald Philip Kloepfer, 39, Franklin Square, N.Y.
Yevgeny Kniazev, 46, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Patrick Knox, 31, Hoboken, N.J.
Andrew Knox, 30, Adelaide, Australia
Rebecca Lee Koborie, 48, Guttenberg, N.J.
Deborah Kobus, 36, New York, N.Y.
Gary Edward Koecheler, 57, Harrison, N.Y.
Frank J. Koestner, 48, New York, N.Y.
Ryan Kohart, 26, New York, N.Y.
Vanessa Lynn Kolpak, 21, New York, N.Y.
Irina Kolpakova, 37, New York, N.Y.
Suzanne Kondratenko, 27, Chicago, Ill.
Abdoulaye Kone, 37, New York, N.Y.
Bon-seok Koo, 42, River Edge, N.J.
Dorota Kopiczko, 26, Nutley, N.J.
Scott Kopytko, 32, New York, N.Y.
Bojan Kostic, 34, New York, N.Y.
Danielle Kousoulis, 29, New York, N.Y.
John J. Kren, 52
William Krukowski, 36, New York, N.Y.
Lyudmila Ksido, 46, New York, N.Y.
Shekhar Kumar, 30, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth Kumpel, 42, Cornwall, N.Y.
Frederick Kuo, 53, Great Neck, N.Y.
Patricia Kuras, 42, New York, N.Y.
Nauka Kushitani, 44, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Joseph Kuveikis, 48, Carmel, N.Y.
Victor Kwarkye, 35, New York, N.Y.
Kui Fai Kwok, 31, New York, N.Y.
Angela R. Kyte, 49, Boonton, N.J.
Amarnauth Lachhman, 42, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Andrew LaCorte, 61, Jersey City, N.J.
Ganesh Ladkat, 27, Somerset, N.J.
James P. Ladley, 41, Colts Neck, N.J.
Daniel M. Van Laere, 46, Glen Rock, N.J.
Joseph A. Lafalce, 54, New York, N.Y.
Jeanette LaFond-Menichino, 49, New York, N.Y.
David LaForge, 50, Port Richmond, N.Y.
Michael Patrick LaForte, 39, Holmdel, N.J.
Alan Lafrance, 43
Juan Lafuente, 61, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Neil K. Lai, 59, East Windsor, N.J.
Vincent A. Laieta, 31, Edison, N.J.
William David Lake, 44, New York, N.Y.
Franco Lalama, 45, Nutley, N.J.
Chow Kwan Lam, 48, Maywood, N.J.
Stephen LaMantia, 38, Darien, Conn.
Amy Hope Lamonsoff, 29, New York, N.Y.
Robert T. Lane, 28, New York, N.Y.
Brendan M. Lang, 30, Red Bank, N.J.
Rosanne P. Lang, 42, Middletown, N.J.
Vanessa Langer, 29, Yonkers, N.Y.
Mary Lou Langley, 53, New York, N.Y.
Peter J. Langone, 41, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
Thomas Langone, 39, Williston Park, N.Y.
Michele B. Lanza, 36, New York, N.Y.
Ruth Sheila Lapin, 53, East Windsor, N.J.
Carol Ann LaPlante, 59, New York, N.Y.
Ingeborg Astrid Desiree Lariby, 42, New York, N.Y.
Robin Larkey, 48, Chatham, N.J.
Christopher Randall Larrabee, 26, New York, N.Y.
Hamidou S. Larry, 37, New York, N.Y.
Scott Larsen, 35, New York, N.Y.
John Adam Larson, 37, Colonia, N.J.
Gary E. Lasko, 49, Memphis, Tenn.
Nicholas C. Lassman, 28, Cliffside Park, N.J.
Paul Laszczynski, 49, Paramus, N.J.
Jeffrey Latouche, 49, New York, N.Y.
Cristina de Laura
Oscar de Laura
Charles Laurencin, 61, New York, N.Y.
Stephen James Lauria, 39, New York, N.Y.
Maria Lavache, 60, New York, N.Y.
Denis F. Lavelle, 42, Yonkers, N.Y.
Jeannine M. LaVerde, 36, New York, N.Y.
Anna A. Laverty, 52, Middletown, N.J.
Steven Lawn, 28, West Windsor, N.J.
Robert A. Lawrence, 41, Summit, N.J.
Nathaniel Lawson, 61, New York, N.Y.
Eugen Lazar, 27, New York, N.Y.
James Patrick Leahy, 38, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Joseph Gerard Leavey, 45, Pelham, N.Y.
Neil Leavy, 34, New York, N.Y.
Leon Lebor, 51, Jersey City, N.J.
Kenneth Charles Ledee, 38, Monmouth, N.J.
Alan J. Lederman, 43, New York, N.Y.
Elena Ledesma, 36, New York, N.Y.
Alexis Leduc, 45, New York, N.Y.
Myung-woo Lee, 41, Lyndhurst, N.J.
David S. Lee, 37, West Orange, N.J.
Gary H. Lee, 62, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Hyun-joon (Paul) Lee, 32, New York, N.Y.
Jong-min Lee, 24, New York, N.Y.
Juanita Lee, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lorraine Lee, 37, New York, N.Y.
Richard Y.C. Lee, 34, Great Neck, N.Y.
Yang Der Lee, 63, New York, N.Y.
Kathryn Blair Lee, 55, New York, N.Y.
Stuart (Soo-Jin) Lee, 30, New York, N.Y.
Linda C. Lee, 34, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Lefkowitz, 50, Belle Harbor, N.Y.
Adriana Legro, 32, New York, N.Y.
Edward J. Lehman, 41, Glen Cove, N.Y.
Eric Andrew Lehrfeld, 32, New York, N.Y.
David Ralph Leistman, 43, Garden City, N.Y.
David Prudencio LeMagne, 27, North Bergen, N.J.
Joseph A. Lenihan, 41, Greenwich, Conn.
John J. Lennon, 44, Howell, N.J.
John Robinson Lenoir, 38, Locust Valley, N.Y.
Jorge Luis Leon, 43, Union City, N.J.
Matthew Gerard Leonard, 38, New York, N.Y.
Michael Lepore, 39, New York, N.Y.
Charles Antoine Lesperance, 55
Jeffrey Earle LeVeen, 55, Manhasset, N.Y.
John D. Levi, 50, New York, N.Y.
Alisha Caren Levin, 33, New York, N.Y.
Neil D. Levin, 47, New York, N.Y.
Robert Levine, 56, West Babylon, N.Y.
Robert M. Levine, 66, Edgewater, N.J.
Shai Levinhar, 29, New York, N.Y.
Adam J. Lewis, 36, Fairfield, Conn.
Margaret Susan Lewis, 49, Elizabeth, N.J.
Ye Wei Liang, 27, New York, N.Y.
Orasri Liangthanasarn, 26, Bayonne, N.J.
Daniel F. Libretti, 43, New York, N.Y.
Ralph M. Licciardi, 30, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Edward Lichtschein, 35, New York, N.Y.
Steven B. Lillianthal, 38, Millburn, N.J.
Carlos R. Lillo, 37, Babylon, N.Y.
Craig Damian Lilore, 30, Lyndhurst, N.J.
Arnold A. Lim, 28, New York, N.Y.
Darya Lin, 32, Chicago, Ill.
Wei Rong Lin, 31, Jersey City, N.J.
Nickie L. Lindo, 31, New York, N.Y.
Thomas V. Linehan, 39, Montville, N.J.
Robert Thomas Linnane, 33, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Alan Linton, 26, Jersey City, N.J.
Diane Theresa Lipari, 42, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth P. Lira, 28, Paterson, N.J.
Francisco Alberto Liriano, 33, New York, N.Y.
Lorraine Lisi, 44, New York, N.Y.
Paul Lisson, 45, New York, N.Y.
Vincent Litto, 52, New York, N.Y.
Ming-Hao Liu, 41, Livingston, N.J.
Nancy Liz, 39, New York, N.Y.
Harold Lizcano, 31, East Elmhurst, N.Y.
Martin Lizzul, 31, New York, N.Y.
George A. Llanes, 33, New York, N.Y.
Elizabeth Claire Logler, 31, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Catherine Lisa Loguidice, 30, New York, N.Y.
Jerome Robert Lohez, 30, Jersey City, N.J.
Michael W. Lomax, 37, New York, N.Y.
Laura M. Longing, 35, Pearl River, N.Y.
Salvatore P. Lopes, 40, Franklin Square, N.Y.
Daniel Lopez, 39, New York, N.Y.
Luis Lopez, 38, New York, N.Y.
Manuel L. Lopez, 54, Jersey City, N.J.
George Lopez, 40, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Joseph Lostrangio, 48, Langhorne, Pa.
Chet Louie, 45, New York, N.Y.
Stuart Seid Louis, 43, East Brunswick, N.J.
Joseph Lovero, 60, Jersey City, N.J.
Michael W. Lowe, 48, New York, N.Y.
Garry Lozier, 47, Darien, Conn.
John Peter Lozowsky, 45, New York, N.Y.
Charles Peter Lucania, 34, East Atlantic Beach, N.Y.
Edward (Ted) H. Luckett, 40, Fair Haven, N.J.
Mark G. Ludvigsen, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lee Charles Ludwig, 49, New York, N.Y.
Sean Thomas Lugano, 28, New York, N.Y.
Daniel Lugo, 45, New York, N.Y.
Marie Lukas, 32, New York, N.Y.
William Lum, 45, New York, N.Y.
Michael P. Lunden, 37, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Lunder, 34, Wall, N.J.
Anthony Luparello, 62, New York, N.Y.
Gary Lutnick, 36, New York, N.Y.
Linda Luzzicone, 33, New York, N.Y.
Alexander Lygin, 28, New York, N.Y.
Farrell Peter Lynch, 39, Centerport, N.Y.
James Francis Lynch, 47, Woodbridge, N.J.
Louise A. Lynch, 58, Amityville, N.Y.
Michael Lynch, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael F. Lynch, 33, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Michael Francis Lynch, 30, New York, N.Y.
Richard Dennis Lynch, 30, Bedford Hills, N.Y.
Robert H. Lynch, 44, Cranford, N.J.
Sean Patrick Lynch, 36, Morristown, N.J.
Sean Lynch, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael J. Lyons, 32, Hawthorne, N.Y.
Patrick Lyons, 34, South Setauket, N.Y.
Monica Lyons, 53, New York, N.Y.
Robert Francis Mace, 43, New York, N.Y.
Jan Maciejewski, 37, New York, N.Y.
Catherine Fairfax MacRae, 23, New York, N.Y.
Richard B. Madden, 35, Westfield, N.J.
Simon Maddison, 40, Florham Park, N.J.
Noell Maerz, 29, Long Beach, N.Y.
Jeannieann Maffeo, 40, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Maffeo, 30, New York, N.Y.
Jay Robert Magazine, 48, New York, N.Y.
Charles Wilson Magee, 51, Wantagh, N.Y.
Brian Magee, 52, Floral Park, N.Y.
Joseph Maggitti, 47, Abingdon, Md.
Ronald E. Magnuson, 57, Park Ridge, N.J.
Daniel L. Maher, 50, Hamilton, N.J.
Thomas Anthony Mahon, 37, East Norwich, N.Y.
William Mahoney, 38, Bohemia, N.Y.
Joseph Maio, 32, Roslyn Harbor, N.Y.
Takashi Makimoto, 49, New York, N.Y.
Abdu Malahi, 37, New York, N.Y.
Debora Maldonado, 47, New York, N.Y.
Myrna T. Maldonado-Agosto, 49, New York, N.Y.
Alfred R. Maler, 39, Convent Station, N.J.
Gregory James Malone, 42, Hoboken, N.J.
Edward Francis (Teddy) Maloney, 32, Darien, Conn.
Joseph E. Maloney, 46, Farmingville, N.Y.
Gene E. Maloy, 41, New York, N.Y.
Christian Maltby, 37, Chatham, N.J.
Francisco Miguel (Frank) Mancini, 26, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Mangano, 53, Jackson, N.J.
Sara Elizabeth Manley, 31, New York, N.Y.
Debra M. Mannetta, 31, Islip, N.Y.
Terence J. Manning, 36, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Marion Victoria (vickie) Manning, 27, Rochdale, N.Y.
James Maounis, 42, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Ross Marchbanks, 47, Nanuet, N.Y.
Peter Edward Mardikian, 29, New York, N.Y.
Edward Joseph Mardovich, 42, Lloyd Harbor, N.Y.
Lt. Charles Joseph Margiotta, 44, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth Joseph Marino, 40, Monroe, N.Y.
Lester Vincent Marino, 57, Massapequa, N.Y.
Vita Marino, 49, New York, N.Y.
Kevin D. Marlo, 28, New York, N.Y.
Jose J. Marrero, 32, Old Bridge, N.J.
John Marshall, 35, Congers, N.Y.
James Martello, 41, Rumson, N.J.
Michael A. Marti, 26, Glendale, N.Y.
Lt. Peter Martin, 43, Miller Place, N.Y.
William J. Martin, 35, Rockaway, N.J.
Brian E. Martineau, 37, Edison, N.J.
Betsy Martinez, 33, New York, N.Y.
Edward J. Martinez, 60, New York, N.Y.
Jose Angel Martinez, 49, Hauppauge, N.Y.
Robert Gabriel Martinez, 24, New York, N.Y.
Lizie Martinez-Calderon, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Paul Richard Martini, 37, New York, N.Y.
Joseph A. Mascali, 44, New York, N.Y.
Bernard Mascarenhas, 54, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
Stephen F. Masi, 55, New York, N.Y.
Nicholas G. Massa, 65, New York, N.Y.
Patricia A. Massari, 25, Glendale, N.Y.
Michael Massaroli, 38, New York, N.Y.
Philip W. Mastrandrea, 42, Chatham, N.J.
Rudolph Mastrocinque, 43, Kings Park, N.Y.
Joseph Mathai, 49, Arlington, Mass.
Charles William Mathers, 61, Sea Girt, N.J.
William A. Mathesen, 40, Morristown, N.J.
Marcello Matricciano, 31, New York, N.Y.
Margaret Elaine Mattic, 51, New York, N.Y.
Robert D. Mattson, 54, Green Pond, N.J.
Walter Matuza, 39, New York, N.Y.
Charles A. (Chuck) Mauro, 65, New York, N.Y.
Charles J. Mauro, 38, New York, N.Y.
Dorothy Mauro, 55, New York, N.Y.
Nancy T. Mauro, 51, New York, N.Y.
Tyrone May, 44, Rahway, N.J.
Keithroy Maynard, 30, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Mayo, 46, Morganville, N.J.
Kathy Nancy Mazza-Delosh, 46, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Edward Mazzella, 62, Monroe, N.Y.
Jennifer Mazzotta, 23, New York, N.Y.
Kaaria Mbaya, 39, Edison, N.J.
James J. McAlary, 42, Spring Lake Heights, N.J.
Brian McAleese, 36, Baldwin, N.Y.
Patricia A. McAneney, 50, Pomona, N.Y.
Colin Richard McArthur, 52, Howell, N.J.
John McAvoy, 47, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth M. McBrayer, 49, New York, N.Y.
Brendan McCabe, 40, Sayville, N.Y.
Michael J. McCabe, 42, Rumson, N.J.
Thomas McCann, 46, Manalapan, N.J.
Justin McCarthy, 30, Port Washington, N.Y.
Kevin M. McCarthy, 42, Fairfield, Conn.
Michael Desmond McCarthy, 33, Huntington, N.Y.
Robert Garvin McCarthy, 33, Stony Point, N.Y.
Stanley McCaskill, 47, New York, N.Y.
Katie Marie McCloskey, 25, Mount Vernon, N.Y.
Tara McCloud-Gray, 30, New York, N.Y.
Charles Austin McCrann, 55, New York, N.Y.
Tonyell McDay, 25, Colonia, N.J.
Matthew T. McDermott, 34, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Joseph P. McDonald, 43, Livingston, N.J.
Brian G. McDonnell, 38, Wantagh, N.Y.
Michael McDonnell, 34, Red Bank, N.J.
John F. McDowell, 33, New York, N.Y.
Eamon J. McEneaney, 46, New Canaan, Conn.
John Thomas McErlean, 39, Larchmont, N.Y.
Daniel F. McGinley, 40, Ridgewood, N.J.
Mark Ryan McGinly, 26, New York, N.Y.
Lt. William E. McGinn, 43, New York, N.Y.
Thomas H. McGinnis, 41, Oakland, N.J.
Michael Gregory McGinty, 42, Foxboro, Mass.
Ann McGovern, 68, East Meadow, N.Y.
Scott Martin McGovern, 35, Wyckoff, N.J.
William J. McGovern, 49, Smithtown, N.Y.
Stacey S. McGowan, 38, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Francis Noel McGuinn, 48, Rye, N.Y.
Patrick J. McGuire, 40, Madison, N.J.
Thomas M. McHale, 33, Huntington, N.Y.
Keith McHeffey, 31, Monmouth Beach, N.J.
Denis J. McHugh, 36, New York, N.Y.
Dennis P. McHugh, 34, Sparkill, N.Y.
Michael Edward McHugh, 35, Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Ann M. McHugh, 35, New York, N.Y.
Robert G. McIlvaine, 26, New York, N.Y.
Donald James McIntyre, 38, New City, N.Y.
Stephanie McKenna, 45, New York, N.Y.
Barry J. McKeon, 47, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Evelyn C. McKinnedy, 60, New York, N.Y.
Darryl Leron McKinney, 26, New York, N.Y.
Robert C. McLaughlin, 29, Westchester, N.Y.
George Patrick McLaughlin, 36, Hoboken, N.J.
Gavin McMahon, 35, Bayonne, N.J.
Robert Dismas McMahon, 35, New York, N.Y.
Edmund M. McNally, 41, Fair Haven, N.J.
Daniel McNeal, 29, Towson, Md.
Walter Arthur McNeil, 53, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Sean Peter McNulty, 30, New York, N.Y.
Christine Sheila McNulty, 42, Peterborough, England
Robert William McPadden, 30, Pearl River, N.Y.
Terence A. McShane, 37, West Islip, N.Y.
Timothy Patrick McSweeney, 37, New York, N.Y.
Martin E. McWilliams, 35, Kings Park, N.Y.
Rocco A. Medaglia, 49, Melville, N.Y.
Abigail Cales Medina, 46, New York, N.Y.
Ana Iris Medina, 39, New York, N.Y.
Deborah Medwig, 46, Dedham, Mass.
William J. Meehan, 49, Darien, Conn.
Damian Meehan, 32, Glen Rock, N.J.
Alok Kumar Mehta, 23, Hempstead, N.Y.
Raymond Meisenheimer, 46, West Babylon, N.Y.
Manuel Emilio Mejia, 54, New York, N.Y.
Eskedar Melaku, 31, New York, N.Y.
Antonio Melendez, 30, New York, N.Y.
Mary Melendez, 44, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Yelena Melnichenko, 28, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Stuart Todd Meltzer, 32, Syosset, N.Y.
Diarelia Jovannah Mena, 30, New York, N.Y.
Charles Mendez, 38, Floral Park, N.Y.
Lizette Mendoza, 33, North Bergen, N.J.
Shevonne Mentis, 25, New York, N.Y.
Steve Mercado, 38, New York, N.Y.
Wesley Mercer, 70, New York, N.Y.
Ralph Joseph Mercurio, 47, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Alan H. Merdinger, 47, Allentown, Pa.
George C. Merino, 39, New York, N.Y.
Yamel Merino, 24, Yonkers, N.Y.
George Merkouris, 35, Levittown, N.Y.
Deborah Merrick, 45
Raymond J. Metz, 37, Trumbull, Conn.
Jill A. Metzler, 32, Franklin Square, N.Y.
David Robert Meyer, 57, Glen Rock, N.J.
Nurul Huq Miah, 35, New York, N.Y.
William Edward Micciulli, 30, Matawan, N.J.
Martin Paul Michelstein, 57, Morristown, N.J.
Luis Clodoaldo Revilla Mier, 54
Peter T. Milano, 43, Middletown, N.J.
Gregory Milanowycz, 25, Cranford, N.J.
Lukasz T. Milewski, 21, New York, N.Y.
Craig James Miller, 29, Va.
Corey Peter Miller, 34, New York, N.Y.
Douglas C. Miller, 34, Port Jervis, N.Y.
Henry Miller, 52, Massapequa, N.Y.
Michael Matthew Miller, 39, Englewood, N.J.
Phillip D. Miller, 53, New York, N.Y.
Robert C. Miller, 55, Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.
Robert Alan Miller, 46, Matawan, N.J.
Joel Miller, 55, Baldwin, N.Y.
Benjamin Millman, 40, New York, N.Y.
Charles M. Mills, 61, Brentwood, N.Y.
Ronald Keith Milstein, 54, New York, N.Y.
Robert Minara, 54, Carmel, N.Y.
William G. Minardi, 46, Bedford, N.Y.
Louis Joseph Minervino, 54, Middletown, N.J.
Thomas Mingione, 34, West Islip, N.Y.
Wilbert Miraille, 29, New York, N.Y.
Domenick Mircovich, 40, Closter, N.J.
Rajesh A. Mirpuri, 30, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Joseph Mistrulli, 47, Wantagh, N.Y.
Susan Miszkowicz, 37, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Paul Thomas Mitchell, 46, New York, N.Y.
Richard Miuccio, 55, New York, N.Y.
Frank V. Moccia, 57, Hauppauge, N.Y.
Capt. Louis Joseph Modafferi, 45, New York, N.Y.
Boyie Mohammed, 50, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Dennis Mojica, 50, New York, N.Y.
Manuel Mojica, 37, Bellmore, N.Y.
Manuel Dejesus Molina, 31, New York, N.Y.
Kleber Rolando Molina, 44, New York, N.Y.
Fernando Jimenez Molinar, 21, Oaxaca, Mexico
Carl Molinaro, 32, New York, N.Y.
Justin J. Molisani, 42, Middletown Township, N.J.
Brian Patrick Monaghan, 21, New York, N.Y.
Franklin Monahan, 45, Roxbury, N.Y.
John Gerard Monahan, 47, Wanamassa, N.J.
Kristen Montanaro, 34, New York, N.Y.
Craig D. Montano, 38, Glen Ridge, N.J.
Michael Montesi, 39, Highland Mills, N.Y.
Cheryl Ann Monyak, 43, Greenwich, Conn.
Capt. Thomas Moody, 45, Stony Brook, N.Y.
Sharon Moore, 37, New York, N.Y.
Krishna Moorthy, 59, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
Abner Morales, 37, New York, N.Y.
Carlos Morales, 29, New York, N.Y.
Paula Morales, 42, New York, N.Y.
Luis Morales, 46, New York, N.Y.
John Moran, 43, Rockaway, N.Y.
John Christopher Moran, 38, Haslemere, Surrey, England
Kathleen Moran, 42, New York, N.Y.
Lindsay S. Morehouse, 24, New York, N.Y.
George Morell, 47, Mount. Kisco, N.Y.
Steven P. Morello, 52, Bayonne, N.J.
Vincent S. Morello, 34, New York, N.Y.
Arturo Alva Moreno, 47, Mexico City, Mexico
Yvette Nicole Moreno, 25, New York, N.Y.
Dorothy Morgan, 47, Hempstead, N.Y.
Richard Morgan, 66, Glen Rock, N.J.
Nancy Morgenstern, 32, New York, N.Y.
Sanae Mori, 27, Tokyo, Japan
Blanca Morocho, 26, New York, N.Y.
Leonel Morocho, 36, New York, N.Y.
Dennis G. Moroney, 39, Eastchester, N.Y.
Lynne Irene Morris, 22, Monroe, N.Y.
Seth A. Morris, 35, Kinnelon, N.J.
Stephen Philip Morris, 31, Ormond Beach, Fla.
Christopher M. Morrison, 34, Charlestown, Mass.
Ferdinand V. Morrone, 63, Lakewood, N.J.
William David Moskal, 50, Brecksville, Ohio
Manuel Da Mota, 43, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Marco Motroni, 57, Fort Lee, N.J.
Iouri A. Mouchinski, 55, New York, N.Y.
Jude J. Moussa, 35, New York, N.Y.
Peter C. Moutos, 44, Chatham, N.J.
Damion Mowatt, 21, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Mozzillo, 27, New York, N.Y.
Stephen V. Mulderry, 33, New York, N.Y.
Richard Muldowney, 40, Babylon, N.Y.
Michael D. Mullan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Michael Mulligan, 32, New York, N.Y.
Peter James Mulligan, 28, New York, N.Y.
Michael Joseph Mullin, 27, Hoboken, N.J.
James Donald Munhall, 45, Ridgewood, N.J.
Nancy Muniz, 45, New York, N.Y.
Carlos Mario Munoz, 43
Francisco Munoz, 29, New York, N.Y.
Theresa (Terry) Munson, 54, New York, N.Y.
Robert M. Murach, 45, Montclair, N.J.
Cesar Augusto Murillo, 32, New York, N.Y.
Marc A. Murolo, 28, Maywood, N.J.
Robert Eddie Murphy, 56, New York, N.Y.
Brian Joseph Murphy, 41, New York, N.Y.
Christopher W. Murphy, 35, Easton, Md.
Edward C. Murphy, 42, Clifton, N.J.
James F. Murphy, 30, Garden City, N.Y.
James Thomas Murphy, 35, Middletown, N.J.
Kevin James Murphy, 40, Northport, N.Y.
Patrick Sean Murphy, 36, Millburn, N.J.
Lt. Raymond E. Murphy, 46, New York, N.Y.
Charles Murphy, 38, New York, N.Y.
John Joseph Murray, 32, Hoboken, N.J.
John Joseph Murray, 52, Colts Neck, N.J.
Susan D. Murray, 54, Summit, N.J.
Valerie Victoria Murray, 65, New York, N.Y.
Richard Todd Myhre, 37, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Robert B. Nagel, 55, New York, N.Y.
Takuya Nakamura, 30, Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Alexander J.R. Napier, 38, Morris Township, N.J.
Frank Joseph Naples, 29, Cliffside Park, N.J.
John Napolitano, 33, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Catherine A. Nardella, 40, Bloomfield, N.J.
Mario Nardone, 32, New York, N.Y.
Manika Narula, 22, Kings Park, N.Y.
Narender Nath, 33, Colonia, N.J.
Karen S. Navarro, 30, New York, N.Y.
Joseph M. Navas, 44, Paramus, N.J.
Francis J. Nazario, 28, Jersey City, N.J.
Glenroy Neblett, 42, New York, N.Y.
Marcus R. Neblett, 31, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
Jerome O. Nedd, 39, New York, N.Y.
Laurence Nedell, 51, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Luke G. Nee, 44, Stony Point, N.Y.
Pete Negron, 34, Bergenfield, N.J.
Ann Nicole Nelson, 30, New York, N.Y.
David William Nelson, 50, New York, N.Y.
James Nelson, 40, Clark, N.J.
Michele Ann Nelson, 27, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Peter Allen Nelson, 42, Huntington Station, N.Y.
Oscar Nesbitt, 58, New York, N.Y.
Gerard Terence Nevins, 46, Campbell Hall, N.Y.
Christopher Newton-Carter, 51, Middletown, N.J.
Kapinga Ngalula, 58, McKinney, Texas
Nancy Yuen Ngo, 36, Harrington Park, N.J.
Jody Tepedino Nichilo, 39, New York, N.Y.
Martin Niederer, 23, Hoboken, N.J.
Alfonse J. Niedermeyer, 40, Manasquan, N.J.
Frank John Niestadt, 55, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Gloria Nieves, 48, New York, N.Y.
Juan Nieves, 56, New York, N.Y.
Troy Edward Nilsen, 33, New York, N.Y.
Paul R. Nimbley, 42, Middletown, N.J.
John Ballantine Niven, 44, Oyster Bay, N.Y.
Katherine (Katie) McGarry Noack, 30, Hoboken, N.J.
Curtis Terrence Noel, 22, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Daniel R. Nolan, 44, Hopatcong, N.J.
Robert Walter Noonan, 36, Norwalk, Conn.
Daniela R. Notaro, 25, New York, N.Y.
Brian Novotny, 33, Hoboken, N.J.
Soichi Numata, 45, Irvington, N.Y.
Brian Felix Nunez, 29, New York, N.Y.
Jose R. Nunez, 42, New York, N.Y.
Jeffrey Nussbaum, 37, Oceanside, N.Y.
James A. Oakley, 52, Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.
Dennis O’Berg, 28, Babylon, N.Y.
James P. O’Brien, 33, New York, N.Y.
Scott J. O’Brien, 40, New York, N.Y.
Timothy Michael O’Brien, 40, Brookville, N.Y.
Michael O’Brien, 42, Cedar Knolls, N.J.
Captain Daniel O’Callaghan, 42, Smithtown, N.Y.
Richard J. O’Connor, 49, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Dennis J. O’Connor, 34, New York, N.Y.
Diana J. O’Connor, 38, Eastchester, N.Y.
Keith K. O’Connor, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
Amy O’Doherty, 23, New York, N.Y.
Marni Pont O’Doherty, 31, Armonk, N.Y.
Douglas Oelschlager, 36, New York, N.Y.
Takashi Ogawa, 37, Tokyo, Japan
Albert Ogletree, 49, New York, N.Y.
Philip Paul Ognibene, 39, New York, N.Y.
James Andrew O’Grady, 32, Harrington Park, N.J.
Joseph J. Ogren, 30, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Thomas O’Hagan, 43, New York, N.Y.
Samuel Oitice, 45, Peekskill, N.Y.
Patrick O’Keefe, 44, Oakdale, N.Y.
Capt. William O’Keefe, 49, New York, N.Y.
Gerald Michael Olcott, 55, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Gerald O’Leary, 34, Stony Point, N.Y.
Christine Anne Olender, 39, New York, N.Y.
Elsy Carolina Osorio Oliva, 27, New York, N.Y.
Linda Mary Oliva, 44, New York, N.Y.
Edward K. Oliver, 31, Jackson, N.J.
Leah E. Oliver, 24, New York, N.Y.
Eric T. Olsen, 41, New York, N.Y.
Jeffrey James Olsen, 31, New York, N.Y.
Maureen L. Olson, 50, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Steven John Olson, 38, New York, N.Y.
Matthew Timothy O’Mahony, 39, New York, N.Y.
Toshihiro Onda, 39, New York, N.Y.
Seamus L. Oneal, 52, New York, N.Y.
John P. O’Neill, 49, New York, N.Y.
Sean Gordon Corbett O’Neill, 34, Rye, N.Y.
Peter J. O’Neill, 21, Amityville, N.Y.
Michael C. Opperman, 45, Selden, N.Y.
Christopher Orgielewicz, 35, Larchmont, N.Y.
Margaret Orloske, 50, Windsor, Conn.
Virginia A. Ormiston, 42, New York, N.Y.
Kevin O’Rourke, 44, Hewlett, N.Y.
Juan Romero Orozco, Acatlan de Osorio, Puebla, Mexico
Ronald Orsini, 59, Hillsdale, N.J.
Peter K. Ortale, 37, New York, N.Y.
Emilio (Peter) Ortiz, 38, New York, N.Y.
David Ortiz, 37, Nanuet, N.Y.
Paul Ortiz, 21, New York, N.Y.
Sonia Ortiz, 58, New York, N.Y.
Alexander Ortiz, 36, Ridgewood, N.Y.
Pablo Ortiz, 49, New York, N.Y.
Masaru Ose, 36, Fort Lee, N.J.
Robert W. O’Shea, 47, Wall, N.J.
Patrick J. O’Shea, 45, Farmingdale, N.Y.
James Robert Ostrowski, 37, Garden City, N.Y.
Timothy O’Sullivan, 68, Albrightsville, Pa.
Jason Douglas Oswald, 28, New York, N.Y.
Michael Otten, 42, East Islip, N.Y.
Isidro Ottenwalder, 35, New York, N.Y.
Michael Chung Ou, 53, New York, N.Y.
Todd Joseph Ouida, 25, River Edge, N.J.
Jesus Ovalles, 60, New York, N.Y.
Peter J. Owens, 42, Williston Park, N.Y.
Adianes Oyola, 23, New York, N.Y.
Angel M. Pabon, 54, New York, N.Y.
Israel Pabon, 31, New York, N.Y.
Roland Pacheco, 25, New York, N.Y.
Michael Benjamin Packer, 45, New York, N.Y.
Deepa K. Pakkala, 31, Stewartsville, N.J.
Jeffrey Matthew Palazzo, 33, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Anthony Palazzo, 44, Armonk, N.Y.
Richard (Rico) Palazzolo, 39, New York, N.Y.
Orio Joseph Palmer, 45, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Frank A. Palombo, 46, New York, N.Y.
Alan N. Palumbo, 42, New York, N.Y.
Christopher M. Panatier, 36, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Dominique Pandolfo, 27, Hoboken, N.J.
Paul Pansini, 34, New York, N.Y.
John M. Paolillo, 51, Glen Head, N.Y.
Edward J. Papa, 47, Oyster Bay, N.Y.
Salvatore Papasso, 34, New York, N.Y.
James N. Pappageorge, 29, Yonkers, N.Y.
Vinod K. Parakat, 34, Sayreville, N.J.
Vijayashanker Paramsothy, 23, New York, N.Y.
Nitin Ramesh Parandkar, 28, Waltham, Mass.
Hardai (Casey) Parbhu, 42, New York, N.Y.
James Wendell Parham, 32, New York, N.Y.
Debra (Debbie) Paris, 48, New York, N.Y.
George Paris, 33, New York, N.Y.
Gye-Hyong Park, 28, New York, N.Y.
Philip L. Parker, 53, Skillman, N.J.
Michael A. Parkes, 27, New York, N.Y.
Robert Emmett Parks, 47, Middletown, N.J.
Hasmukhrai Chuckulal Parmar, 48, Warren, N.J.
Robert Parro, 35, Levittown, N.Y.
Diane Marie Moore Parsons, 58, Malta, N.Y.
Leobardo Lopez Pascual, 41, New York, N.Y.
Michael J. Pascuma, 50, Massapequa Park, N.Y.
Jerrold H. Paskins, 56, Anaheim Hills, Calif.
Horace Robert Passananti, 55, New York, N.Y.
Suzanne H. Passaro, 38, East Brunswick, N.J.
Victor Antonio Martinez Pastrana, 38, Tlachichuca, Puebla, Mexico
Manish K. Patel, 29, Edison, N.J.
Avnish Ramanbhai Patel, 28, New York, N.Y.
Dipti Patel, 38, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Steven B. Paterson, 40, Ridgewood, N.J.
James Matthew Patrick, 30, Norwalk, Conn.
Manuel Patrocino, 34
Bernard E. Patterson, 46, Upper Brookville, N.Y.
Cira Marie Patti, 40, New York, N.Y.
Robert Edward Pattison, 40, New York, N.Y.
James R. Paul, 58, New York, N.Y.
Sharon Cristina Millan Paz, 31, New York, N.Y.
Patrice Paz, 52, New York, N.Y.
Victor Paz-Gutierrez, 43, New York, N.Y.
Stacey L. Peak, 36, New York, N.Y.
Richard Allen Pearlman, 18, New York, N.Y.
Durrell Pearsall, 34, Hempstead, N.Y.
Thomas E. Pedicini, 30, Hicksville, N.Y.
Todd D. Pelino, 34, Fair Haven, N.J.
Michel Adrian Pelletier, 36, Greenwich, Conn.
Anthony Peluso, 46, New York, N.Y.
Angel Ramon Pena, 45, River Vale, N.J.
Richard Al Penny, 53, New York, N.Y.
Salvatore F. Pepe, 45, New York, N.Y.
Carl Allen Peralta, 37, New York, N.Y.
Robert David Peraza, 30, New York, N.Y.
Jon A. Perconti, 32, Brick, N.J.
Alejo Perez, 66, Union City, N.J.
Angel Perez, 43, Jersey City, N.J.
Angela Susan Perez, 35, New York, N.Y.
Ivan Perez, 37, New York, N.Y.
Nancy E. Perez, 36, Secaucus, N.J.
Anthony Perez, 33, Locust Valley, N.Y.
Joseph John Perroncino, 33, Smithtown, N.Y.
Edward J. Perrotta, 43, Mount Sinai, N.Y.
Lt. Glenn C. Perry, 41, Monroe, N.Y.
Emelda Perry, 52, Elmont, N.Y.
John William Perry, 38, New York, N.Y.
Franklin Allan Pershep, 59, New York, N.Y.
Daniel Pesce, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael J. Pescherine, 32, New York, N.Y.
Davin Peterson, 25, New York, N.Y.
William Russel Peterson, 46, New York, N.Y.
Mark Petrocelli, 28, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Philip S. Petti, 43, New York, N.Y.
Glen Kerrin Pettit, 30, Oakdale, N.Y.
Dominick Pezzulo, 36, New York, N.Y.
Kaleen E. Pezzuti, 28, Fair Haven, N.J.
Lt. Kevin Pfeifer, 42, New York, N.Y.
Tu-Anh Pham, 42, Princeton, N.J.
Lt. Kenneth John Phelan, 41, New York, N.Y.
Michael V. San Phillip, 55, Ridgewood, N.J.
Eugenia Piantieri, 55, New York, N.Y.
Ludwig John Picarro, 44, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Matthew Picerno, 44, Holmdel, N.J.
Joseph O. Pick, 40, Hoboken, N.J.
Christopher Pickford, 32, New York, N.Y.
Dennis J. Pierce, 54, New York, N.Y.
Joseph A. Della Pietra, 24, New York, N.Y.
Bernard T. Pietronico, 39, Matawan, N.J.
Nicholas P. Pietrunti, 38, Belford, N.J.
Theodoros Pigis, 60, New York, N.Y.
Susan Elizabeth Ancona Pinto, 44, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Piskadlo, 48, North Arlington, N.J.
Christopher Todd Pitman, 30, New York, N.Y.
Josh Michael Piver, 23, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Plumitallo, 45, Manalapan, N.J.
John M. Pocher, 36, Middletown, N.J.
William Howard Pohlmann, 56, Ardsley, N.Y.
Laurence M. Polatsch, 32, New York, N.Y.
Thomas H. Polhemus, 39, Morris Plains, N.J.
Steve Pollicino, 48, Plainview, N.Y.
Susan M. Pollio, 45, Long Beach Township, N.J.
Joshua Poptean, 37, New York, N.Y.
Giovanna Porras, 24, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Portillo, 48, New York, N.Y.
James Edward Potorti, 52, Princeton, N.J.
Daphne Pouletsos, 47, Westwood, N.J.
Richard Poulos, 55, Levittown, N.Y.
Stephen E. Poulos, 45, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Brandon Jerome Powell, 26, New York, N.Y.
Shawn Edward Powell, 32, New York, N.Y.
Tony Pratt, 43, New York, N.Y.
Gregory M. Preziose, 34, Holmdel, N.J.
Wanda Ivelisse Prince, 30, New York, N.Y.
Vincent Princiotta, 39, Orangeburg, N.Y.
Kevin Prior, 28, Bellmore, N.Y.
Everett Martin (Marty) Proctor, 44, New York, N.Y.
Carrie B. Progen, 25, New York, N.Y.
David Lee Pruim, 53, Upper Montclair, N.J.
Richard Prunty, 57, Sayville, N.Y.
John F. Puckett, 47, Glen Cove, N.Y.
Robert D. Pugliese, 47, East Fishkill, N.Y.
Edward F. Pullis, 34, Hazlet, N.J.
Patricia Ann Puma, 33, New York, N.Y.
Hemanth Kumar Puttur, 26, White Plains, N.Y.
Edward R. Pykon, 33, Princeton, N.J.
Christopher Quackenbush, 44, Manhasset, N.Y.
Lars Peter Qualben, 49, New York, N.Y.
Lincoln Quappe, 38, Sayville, N.Y.
Beth Ann Quigley, 25, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Michael Quilty, 42, New York, N.Y.
Ricardo Quinn, 40, New York, N.Y.
James Francis Quinn, 23, New York, N.Y.
Carol Rabalais, 38, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Peter A. Racaniello, 30, New York, N.Y.
Leonard Ragaglia, 36, New York, N.Y.
Eugene J. Raggio, 55, New York, N.Y.
Laura Marie Ragonese-Snik, 41, Bangor, Pa.
Michael Ragusa, 29, New York, N.Y.
Peter F. Raimondi, 46, New York, N.Y.
Harry A. Raines, 37, New York, N.Y.
Ehtesham U. Raja, 28, Clifton, N.J.
Valsa Raju, 39, Yonkers, N.Y.
Edward Rall, 44, Holbrook, N.Y.
Lukas (Luke) Rambousek, 27, New York, N.Y.
Julio Fernandez Ramirez, 51, New York, N.Y.
Maria Isabel Ramirez, 25, New York, N.Y.
Harry Ramos, 41, Newark, N.J.
Vishnoo Ramsaroop, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lorenzo Ramzey, 48, East Northport, N.Y.
A. Todd Rancke, 42, Summit, N.J.
Adam David Rand, 30, Bellmore, N.Y.
Jonathan C. Randall, 42, New York, N.Y.
Srinivasa Shreyas Ranganath, 26, Hackensack, N.J.
Anne Rose T. Ransom, 45, Edgewater, N.J.
Faina Rapoport, 45, New York, N.Y.
Robert Arthur Rasmussen, 42, Hinsdale, Ill.
Amenia Rasool, 33, New York, N.Y.
Roger Mark Rasweiler, 53, Flemington, N.J.
David Alan James Rathkey, 47, Mountain Lakes, N.J.
William Ralph Raub, 38, Saddle River, N.J.
Gerard Rauzi, 42, New York, N.Y.
Alexey Razuvaev, 40, New York, N.Y.
Gregory Reda, 33, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Sarah Prothero Redheffer, 35, London, England
Michele Reed, 26, Ringoes, N.J.
Judith A. Reese, 56, Kearny, N.J.
Donald J. Regan, 47, Wallkill, N.Y.
Lt. Robert M. Regan, 48, Floral Park, N.Y.
Thomas M. Regan, 43, Cranford, N.J.
Christian Michael Otto Regenhard, 28, New York, N.Y.
Howard Reich, 59, New York, N.Y.
Gregg Reidy, 26, Holmdel, N.J.
Kevin O. Reilly, 28, New York, N.Y.
James Brian Reilly, 25, New York, N.Y.
Timothy E. Reilly, 40, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Reina, 32, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Barnes Reinig, 48, Bernardsville, N.J.
Frank B. Reisman, 41, Princeton, N.J.
Joshua Scott Reiss, 23, New York, N.Y.
Karen Renda, 52, New York, N.Y.
John Armand Reo, 28, Larchmont, N.Y.
Richard Rescorla, 62, Morristown, N.J.
John Thomas Resta, 40, New York, N.Y.
Sylvia San Pio Resta, 26, New York, N.Y.
Eduvigis (Eddie) Reyes, 37, New York, N.Y.
Bruce A. Reynolds, 41, Columbia, N.J.
John Frederick Rhodes, 57, Howell, N.J.
Francis S. Riccardelli, 40, Westwood, N.J.
Rudolph N. Riccio, 50, New York, N.Y.
AnnMarie (Davi) Riccoboni, 58, New York, N.Y.
Eileen Mary Rice, 57, New York, N.Y.
David Rice, 31, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth F. Rice, 34, Hicksville, N.Y.
Lt. Vernon Allan Richard, 53, Nanuet, N.Y.
Claude D. Richards, 46, New York, N.Y.
Gregory Richards, 30, New York, N.Y.
Michael Richards, 38, New York, N.Y.
Venesha O. Richards, 26, North Brunswick, N.J.
James C. Riches, 29, New York, N.Y.
Alan Jay Richman, 44, New York, N.Y.
John M. Rigo, 48, New York, N.Y.
Theresa (Ginger) Risco, 48, New York, N.Y.
Rose Mary Riso, 55, New York, N.Y.
Moises N. Rivas, 29, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Rivelli, 43, New York, N.Y.
Isaias Rivera, 51, Perth Amboy, N.J.
Linda Rivera, 26, New York, N.Y.
Juan William Rivera, 27, New York, N.Y.
Carmen A. Rivera, 33, Westtown, N.Y.
David E. Rivers, 40, New York, N.Y.
Joseph R. Riverso, 34, White Plains, N.Y.
Paul Rizza, 34, Park Ridge, N.J.
John Frank Rizzo, 50, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Louis Roach, 36, Verona, N.J.
Joseph Roberto, 37, Midland Park, N.J.
Leo A. Roberts, 44, Wayne, N.J.
Michael Roberts, 30, New York, N.Y.
Michael Edward Roberts, 31, New York, N.Y.
Donald Walter Robertson, 35, Rumson, N.J.
Catherina Robinson, 45, New York, N.Y.
Jeffrey Robinson, 38, Monmouth Junction, N.J.
Michell Lee Robotham, 32, Kearny, N.J.
Donald Robson, 52, Manhasset, N.Y.
Antonio Augusto Tome Rocha, 34, East Hanover, N.J.
Raymond J. Rocha, 29, Malden, Mass.
Laura Rockefeller, 41, New York, N.Y.
John M. Rodak, 39, Mantua, N.J.
Antonio Jose Carrusca Rodrigues, 35, Port Washington, N.Y.
Anthony Rodriguez, 36, New York, N.Y.
Carmen Milagros Rodriguez, 46, Freehold, N.J.
Marsha A. Rodriguez, 41, West Paterson, N.J.
Richard Rodriguez, 31, Cliffwood, N.J.
Gregory E. Rodriguez, 31, White Plains, N.Y.
David B. Rodriguez-Vargas, 44, New York, N.Y.
Matthew Rogan, 37, West Islip, N.Y.
Karlie Barbara Rogers, 25, London, England
Scott Rohner, 22, Hoboken, N.J.
Keith Roma, 27, New York, N.Y.
Joseph M. Romagnolo, 37, Coram, N.Y.
Elvin Santiago Romero, 34, Matawan, N.J.
Efrain Franco Romero, 57, Hazleton, Pa.
James A. Romito, 51, Westwood, N.J.
Sean Rooney, 50, Stamford, Conn.
Eric Thomas Ropiteau, 24, New York, N.Y.
Aida Rosario, 42, Jersey City, N.J.
Angela Rosario, 27, New York, N.Y.
Fitzroy St. Rose, 40, New York, N.Y.
Mark H. Rosen, 45, West Islip, N.Y.
Linda Rosenbaum, 41, Little Falls, N.J.
Brooke David Rosenbaum, 31, Franklin Square, N.Y.
Sheryl Lynn Rosenbaum, 33, Warren, N.J.
Lloyd D. Rosenberg, 31, Morganville, N.J.
Mark Louis Rosenberg, 26, Teaneck, N.J.
Andrew I. Rosenblum, 45, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Joshua M. Rosenblum, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
Joshua A. Rosenthal, 44, New York, N.Y.
Richard David Rosenthal, 50, Fair Lawn, N.J.
Daniel Rossetti, 32, Bloomfield, N.J.
Norman Rossinow, 39, Cedar Grove, N.J.
Nicholas P. Rossomando, 35, New York, N.Y.
Michael Craig Rothberg, 39, Greenwich, Conn.
Donna Marie Rothenberg, 53, New York, N.Y.
Nick Rowe, 29, Hoboken, N.J.
Timothy A. Roy, 36, Massapequa Park, N.Y.
Paul G. Ruback, 50, Newburgh, N.Y.
Ronald J. Ruben, 36, Hoboken, N.J.
Joanne Rubino, 45, New York, N.Y.
David Michael Ruddle, 31, New York, N.Y.
Bart Joseph Ruggiere, 32, New York, N.Y.
Susan Ann Ruggiero, 30, Plainview, N.Y.
Adam K. Ruhalter, 40, Plainview, N.Y.
Gilbert Ruiz, 57, New York, N.Y.
Stephen P. Russell, 40, Rockaway Beach, N.Y.
Steven Harris Russin, 32, Mendham, N.J.
Lt. Michael Thomas Russo, 44, Nesconset, N.Y.
Wayne Alan Russo, 37, Union, N.J.
John J. Ryan, 45, West Windsor, N.J.
Edward Ryan, 42, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Jonathan Stephan Ryan, 32, Bayville, N.Y.
Matthew Lancelot Ryan, 54, Seaford, N.Y.
Kristin A. Irvine Ryan, 30, New York, N.Y.
Tatiana Ryjova, 36, South Salem, N.Y.
Christina Sunga Ryook, 25, New York, N.Y.
Thierry Saada, 27, New York, N.Y.
Jason E. Sabbag, 26, New York, N.Y.
Thomas E. Sabella, 44, New York, N.Y.
Scott Saber, 36, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Sacerdote, 48, Freehold, N.J.
Mohammad Ali Sadeque, 62, New York, N.Y.
Francis J. Sadocha, 41, Huntington, N.Y.
Jude Elias Safi, 24, New York, N.Y.
Brock Joel Safronoff, 26, New York, N.Y.
Edward Saiya, 49, New York, N.Y.
John Patrick Salamone, 37, North Caldwell, N.J.
Hernando R. Salas, 71, New York, N.Y.
Juan Salas, 35, New York, N.Y.
Esmerlin Salcedo, 36, New York, N.Y.
John Salvatore Salerno, 31, Westfield, N.J.
Richard L. Salinardi, 32, Hoboken, N.J.
Wayne John Saloman, 43, Seaford, N.Y.
Nolbert Salomon, 33, New York, N.Y.
Catherine Patricia Salter, 37, New York, N.Y.
Frank Salvaterra, 41, Manhasset, N.Y.
Paul R. Salvio, 27, New York, N.Y.
Samuel R. Salvo, 59, Yonkers, N.Y.
Carlos Samaniego, 29, New York, N.Y.
Rena Sam-Dinnoo, 28, New York, N.Y.
James Kenneth Samuel, 29, Hoboken, N.J.
Hugo Sanay-Perafiel, 41, New York, N.Y.
Alva Jeffries Sanchez, 41, Hempstead, N.Y.
Jacquelyn P. Sanchez, 23, New York, N.Y.
Erick Sanchez, 43, New York, N.Y.
Eric Sand, 36, Westchester, N.Y.
Stacey Leigh Sanders, 25, New York, N.Y.
Herman Sandler, 57, New York, N.Y.
James Sands, 39, Bricktown, N.J.
Ayleen J. Santiago, 40, New York, N.Y.
Kirsten Santiago, 26, New York, N.Y.
Maria Theresa Santillan, 27, Morris Plains, N.J.
Susan G. Santo, 24, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Santora, 23, New York, N.Y.
John Santore, 49, New York, N.Y.
Mario L. Santoro, 28, New York, N.Y.
Rafael Humberto Santos, 42, New York, N.Y.
Rufino Conrado F. (Roy) Santos, 37, New York, N.Y.
Kalyan K. Sarkar, 53, Westwood, N.J.
Chapelle Sarker, 37, New York, N.Y.
Paul F. Sarle, 38, Babylon, N.Y.
Deepika Kumar Sattaluri, 33, Edison, N.J.
Gregory Thomas Saucedo, 31, New York, N.Y.
Susan Sauer, 48, Chicago, Ill.
Anthony Savas, 72, New York, N.Y.
Vladimir Savinkin, 21, New York, N.Y.
John Sbarbaro, 45, New York, N.Y.
Robert L. Scandole, 36, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Michelle Scarpitta, 26, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Scauso, 46, Dix Hills, N.Y.
John A. Schardt, 34, New York, N.Y.
John G. Scharf, 29, Manorville, N.Y.
Fred Claude Scheffold, 57, Piermont, N.Y.
Angela Susan Scheinberg, 46, New York, N.Y.
Scott M. Schertzer, 28, Edison, N.J.
Sean Schielke, 27, New York, N.Y.
Steven Francis Schlag, 41, Franklin Lakes, N.J.
Jon S. Schlissel, 51, Jersey City, N.J.
Karen Helene Schmidt, 42, Bellmore, N.Y.
Ian Schneider, 45, Short Hills, N.J.
Thomas G. Schoales, 27, Stony Point, N.Y.
Marisa Di Nardo Schorpp, 38, White Plains, N.Y.
Frank G. Schott, 39, Massapequa Park, N.Y.
Gerard P. Schrang, 45, Holbrook, N.Y.
Jeffrey Schreier, 48, New York, N.Y.
John T. Schroeder, 31, Hoboken, N.J.
Susan Lee Kennedy Schuler, 55, Allentown, N.J.
Edward W. Schunk, 54, Baldwin, N.Y.
Mark E. Schurmeier, 44, McLean, Va.
Clarin Shellie Schwartz, 51, New York, N.Y.
John Schwartz, 49, Goshen, Conn.
Mark Schwartz, 50, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Adriane Victoria Scibetta, 31, New York, N.Y.
Raphael Scorca, 61, Beachwood, N.J.
Randolph Scott, 48, Stamford, Conn.
Christopher J. Scudder, 34, Monsey, N.Y.
Arthur Warren Scullin, 57, New York, N.Y.
Michael Seaman, 41, Manhasset, N.Y.
Margaret Seeliger, 34, New York, N.Y.
Carlos Segarra, 54, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Segarra, 52, New York, N.Y.
Jason Sekzer, 31, New York, N.Y.
Matthew Carmen Sellitto, 23, Morristown, N.J.
Howard Selwyn, 47, Hewlett, N.Y.
Larry John Senko, 34, Yardley, Pa.
Arturo Angelo Sereno, 29, New York, N.Y.
Frankie Serrano, 23, Elizabeth, N.J.
Alena Sesinova, 57, New York, N.Y.
Adele Sessa, 36, New York, N.Y.
Sita Nermalla Sewnarine, 37, New York, N.Y.
Karen Lynn Seymour-Dietrich, 40, Millington, N.J.
Davis (Deeg) Sezna, 22, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Joseph Sgroi, 45, New York, N.Y.
Jayesh Shah, 38, Edgewater, N.J.
Khalid M. Shahid, 25, Union, N.J.
Mohammed Shajahan, 41, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Gary Shamay, 23, New York, N.Y.
Earl Richard Shanahan, 50, New York, N.Y.
Shiv Shankar, New York, N.Y.
Neil G. Shastri, 25, New York, N.Y.
Kathryn Anne Shatzoff, 37, New York, N.Y.
Barbara A. Shaw, 57, Morris Township, N.J.
Jeffrey J. Shaw, 42, Levittown, N.Y.
Robert J. Shay, 27, New York, N.Y.
Daniel James Shea, 37, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Joseph Patrick Shea, 47, Pelham, N.Y.
Linda Sheehan, 40, New York, N.Y.
Hagay Shefi, 34, Tenafly, N.J.
John Anthony Sherry, 34, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Atsushi Shiratori, 36, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Shubert, 43, New York, N.Y.
Mark Shulman, 47, Old Bridge, N.J.
See-Wong Shum, 44, Westfield, N.J.
Allan Shwartzstein, 37, Chappaqua, N.Y.
Johanna Sigmund, 25, Wyndmoor, Pa.
Dianne T. Signer, 32, New York, N.Y.
Gregory Sikorsky, 34, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Stephen Gerard Siller, 34, West Brighton, N.Y.
David Silver, 35, New Rochelle, N.Y.
Craig A. Silverstein, 41, Wyckoff, N.J.
Nasima H. Simjee, 38, New York, N.Y.
Bruce Edward Simmons, 41, Ridgewood, N.J.
Arthur Simon, 57, Thiells, N.Y.
Kenneth Alan Simon, 34, Secaucus, N.J.
Michael John Simon, 40, Harrington Park, N.J.
Paul Joseph Simon, 54, New York, N.Y.
Marianne Simone, 62, New York, N.Y.
Barry Simowitz, 64, New York, N.Y.
Jeff Simpson, 38, Lake Ridge, Va.
Roshan R. (Sean) Singh, 21, New York, N.Y.
Khamladai K. (Khami) Singh, 25, New York, N.Y.
Thomas E. Sinton, 44, Croton-on-hudson, N.Y.
Peter A. Siracuse, 29, New York, N.Y.
Muriel F. Siskopoulos, 60, New York, N.Y.
Joseph M. Sisolak, 35, New York, N.Y.
John P. Skala, 31, Clifton, N.J.
Francis J. Skidmore, 58, Mendham, N.J.
Toyena Corliss Skinner, 27, Kingston, N.J.
Paul A. Skrzypek, 37, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Paul Slattery, 31, New York, N.Y.
Vincent R. Slavin, 41, Belle Harbor, N.Y.
Robert Sliwak, 42, Wantagh, N.Y.
Paul K. Sloan, 26, New York, N.Y.
Stanley S. Smagala, 36, Holbrook, N.Y.
Wendy L. Small, 26, New York, N.Y.
Catherine T. Smith, 44, West Haverstraw, N.Y.
Daniel Laurence Smith, 47, Northport, N.Y.
George Eric Smith, 38, West Chester, Pa.
James G. Smith, 43, Garden City, N.Y.
Joyce Smith, 55, New York, N.Y.
Karl Trumbull Smith, 44, Little Silver, N.J.
Kevin Smith, 47, Mastic, N.Y.
Leon Smith, 48, New York, N.Y.
Moira Smith, 38, New York, N.Y.
Rosemary A. Smith, 61, New York, N.Y.
Sandra Fajardo Smith, 37, New York, N.Y.
Jeffrey Randall Smith, 36, New York, N.Y.
Bonnie S. Smithwick, 54, Quogue, N.Y.
Rochelle Monique Snell, 24, Mount Vernon, N.Y.
Leonard J. Snyder, 35, Cranford, N.J.
Astrid Elizabeth Sohan, 32, Freehold, N.J.
Sushil Solanki, 35, New York, N.Y.
Ruben Solares, 51, New York, N.Y.
Naomi Leah Solomon, 52, New York, N.Y.
Daniel W. Song, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael C. Sorresse, 34, Morris Plains, N.J.
Fabian Soto, 31, Harrison, N.J.
Timothy P. Soulas, 35, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Gregory T. Spagnoletti, 32, New York, N.Y.
Donald F. Spampinato, 39, Manhasset, N.Y.
Thomas Sparacio, 35, New York, N.Y.
John Anthony Spataro, 32, Mineola, N.Y.
Robert W. Spear, 30, Valley Cottage, N.Y.
Maynard S. Spence, 42, Douglasville, Ga.
George E. Spencer, 50, West Norwalk, Conn.
Robert Andrew Spencer, 35, Red Bank, N.J.
Mary Rubina Sperando, 39, New York, N.Y.
Frank J. Spinelli, 44, Short Hills, N.J.
William E. Spitz, 49, Oceanside, N.Y.
Joseph P. Spor, 35, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Klaus Johannes Sprockamp, 42, Muhltal, Germany
Saranya Srinuan, 23, New York, N.Y.
Michael F. Stabile, 50, New York, N.Y.
Lawrence T. Stack, 58, Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Capt. Timothy Stackpole, 42, New York, N.Y.
Richard James Stadelberger, 55, Middletown, N.J.
Eric A. Stahlman, 43, Holmdel Township, N.J.
Gregory M. Stajk, 46, Long Beach, N.Y.
Corina Stan, 31, Middle Village, N.Y.
Alexandru Liviu Stan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Mary D. Stanley, 53, New York, N.Y.
Joyce Stanton
Patricia Stanton
Anthony M. Starita, 35, Westfield, N.J.
Jeffrey Stark, 30, New York, N.Y.
Derek James Statkevicus, 30, Norwalk, Conn.
Craig William Staub, 30, Basking Ridge, N.J.
William V. Steckman, 56, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Eric Thomas Steen, 32, New York, N.Y.
William R. Steiner, 56, New Hope, Pa.
Alexander Robbins Steinman, 32, Hoboken, N.J.
Andrew Stergiopoulos, 23, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Stern, 41, Bellmore, N.Y.
Martha Jane Stevens, 55, New York, N.Y.
Richard H. Stewart, 35, New York, N.Y.
Michael James Stewart, 42, New York, N.Y.
Sanford M. Stoller, 54, New York, N.Y.
Lonny J. Stone, 43, Bellmore, N.Y.
Jimmy Nevill Storey, 58, Katy, Texas
Timothy Stout, 42, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
Thomas S. Strada, 41, Chatham, N.J.
James J. Straine, 36, Oceanport, N.J.
Edward W. Straub, 48, Morris Township, N.J.
George Strauch, 53, Avon-by-the-Sea, N.J.
Edward T. Strauss, 44, Edison, N.J.
Steven R. Strauss, 51, Fresh Meadows, N.Y.
Steven F. Strobert, 33, Ridgewood, N.J.
Walwyn W. Stuart, 28, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Benjamin Suarez, 36, New York, N.Y.
David S. Suarez, 24, Princeton, N.J.
Ramon Suarez, 45, New York, N.Y.
Yoichi Sugiyama, 34, Fort Lee, N.J.
William Christopher Sugra, 30, New York, N.Y.
Daniel Suhr, 37, Nesconset, N.Y.
David Marc Sullins, 30, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Christopher P. Sullivan, 38, Massapequa, N.Y.
Patrick Sullivan, 32, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Sullivan, 38, Kearney, N.J.
Hilario Soriano (Larry) Sumaya, 42, New York, N.Y.
James Joseph Suozzo, 47, Hauppauge, N.Y.
Colleen Supinski, 27, New York, N.Y.
Robert Sutcliffe, 39, Huntington, N.Y.
Selina Sutter, 63, New York, N.Y.
Claudia Suzette Sutton, 34, New York, N.Y.
John F. Swaine, 36, Larchmont, N.Y.
Kristine M. Swearson, 34, New York, N.Y.
Brian Edward Sweeney, 29, Merrick, N.Y.
Kenneth J. Swensen, 40, Chatham, N.J.
Thomas F. Swift, 30, Jersey City, N.J.
Derek O. Sword, 29, New York, N.Y.
Kevin T. Szocik, 27, Garden City, N.Y.
Gina Sztejnberg, 52, Ridgewood, N.J.
Norbert P. Szurkowski, 31, New York, N.Y.
Harry Taback, 56, New York, N.Y.
Joann Tabeek, 41, New York, N.Y.
Norma C. Taddei, 64, New York, N.Y.
Michael Taddonio, 39, Huntington, N.Y.
Keiji Takahashi, 42, Tenafly, N.J.
Keiichiro Takahashi, 53, Port Washington, N.Y.
Phyllis Gail Talbot, 53, New York, N.Y.
Robert R. Talhami, 40, Shrewsbury, N.J.
Sean Patrick Tallon, 26, Yonkers, N.Y.
Paul Talty, 40, Wantagh, N.Y.
Maurita Tam, 22, New York, N.Y.
Rachel Tamares, 30, New York, N.Y.
Hector Tamayo, 51, New York, N.Y.
Michael Andrew Tamuccio, 37, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Kenichiro Tanaka, 52, Rye Brook, N.Y.
Rhondelle Cherie Tankard, 31, Devonshire, Bermuda
Michael Anthony Tanner, 44, Secaucus, N.J.
Dennis Gerard Taormina, 36, Montville, N.J.
Kenneth Joseph Tarantino, 39, Bayonne, N.J.
Allan Tarasiewicz, 45, New York, N.Y.
Ronald Tartaro, 39, Bridgewater, N.J.
Darryl Taylor, 52, New York, N.Y.
Donnie Brooks Taylor, 40, New York, N.Y.
Lorisa Ceylon Taylor, 31, New York, N.Y.
Michael M. Taylor, 42, New York, N.Y.
Paul A. Tegtmeier, 41, Hyde Park, N.Y.
Yeshavant Moreshwar Tembe, 59, Piscataway, N.J.
Anthony Tempesta, 38, Elizabeth, N.J.
Dorothy Temple, 52, New York, N.Y.
Stanley L. Temple, 77, New York, N.Y.
David Tengelin, 25, New York, N.Y.
Brian J. Terrenzi, 29, Hicksville, N.Y.
Lisa Marie Terry, 42, Rochester, Mich.
Goumatie T. Thackurdeen, 35, New York, N.Y.
Harshad Sham Thatte, 30, Norcross, Ga.
Thomas F. Theurkauf, 44, Stamford, Conn.
Lesley Anne Thomas, 40, Hoboken, N.J.
Brian T. Thompson, 49, Dix Hills, N.Y.
Clive Thompson, 43, Summit, N.J.
Glenn Thompson, 44, New York, N.Y.
Perry Anthony Thompson, 36, Mount Laurel, N.J.
Vanavah Alexi Thompson, 26, New York, N.Y.
Capt. William Harry Thompson, 51, New York, N.Y.
Nigel Bruce Thompson, 33, New York, N.Y.
Eric Raymond Thorpe, 35, New York, N.Y.
Nichola A. Thorpe, 22, New York, N.Y.
Sal Tieri, 40, Shrewsbury, N.J.
John Patrick Tierney, 27, New York, N.Y.
Mary Ellen Tiesi, 38, Jersey City, N.J.
William R. Tieste, 54, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Kenneth F. Tietjen, 31, Matawan, N.J.
Stephen Edward Tighe, 41, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Scott C. Timmes, 28, Ridgewood, N.Y.
Michael E. Tinley, 56, Dallas, Texas
Jennifer M. Tino, 29, Livingston, N.J.
Robert Frank Tipaldi, 25, New York, N.Y.
John J. Tipping, 33, Port Jefferson, N.Y.
David Tirado, 26, New York, N.Y.
Hector Luis Tirado, 30, New York, N.Y.
Michelle Titolo, 34, Copiague, N.Y.
John J. Tobin, 47, Kenilworth, N.J.
Richard J. Todisco, 61, Wyckoff, N.J.
Vladimir Tomasevic, 36, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Stephen K. Tompsett, 39, Garden City, N.Y.
Thomas Tong, 31, New York, N.Y.
Azucena de la Torre, 50, New York, N.Y.
Doris Torres, 32, New York, N.Y.
Luis Eduardo Torres, 31, New York, N.Y.
Amy E. Toyen, 24, Newton, Mass.
Christopher M. Traina, 25, Bricktown, N.J.
Daniel Patrick Trant, 40, Northport, N.Y.
Abdoul Karim Traore, 41, New York, N.Y.
Glenn J. Travers, 53, Tenafly, N.J.
Walter (Wally) P. Travers, 44, Upper Saddle River, N.J.
Felicia Traylor-Bass, 38, New York, N.Y.
Lisa L. Trerotola, 38, Hazlet, N.J.
Karamo Trerra, 40, New York, N.Y.
Michael Trinidad, 33, New York, N.Y.
Francis Joseph Trombino, 68, Clifton, N.J.
Gregory J. Trost, 26, New York, N.Y.
William Tselepis, 33, New Providence, N.J.
Zhanetta Tsoy, 32, Jersey City, N.J.
Michael Patrick Tucker, 40, Rumson, N.J.
Lance Richard Tumulty, 32, Bridgewater, N.J.
Ching Ping Tung, 44, New York, N.Y.
Simon James Turner, 39, London, England
Donald Joseph Tuzio, 51, Goshen, N.Y.
Robert T. Twomey, 48, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer Tzemis, 26, New York, N.Y.
John G. Ueltzhoeffer, 36, Roselle Park, N.J.
Tyler V. Ugolyn, 23, New York, N.Y.
Michael A. Uliano, 42, Aberdeen, N.J.
Jonathan J. Uman, 33, Westport, Conn.
Anil Shivhari Umarkar, 34, Hackensack, N.J.
Allen V. Upton, 44, New York, N.Y.
Diane Maria Urban, 50, Malverne, N.Y.
John Damien Vaccacio, 30, New York, N.Y.
Bradley H. Vadas, 37, Westport, Conn.
William Valcarcel, 54, New York, N.Y.
Mayra Valdes-Rodriguez, 39, New York, N.Y.
Felix Antonio Vale, 29, New York, N.Y.
Ivan Vale, 27, New York, N.Y.
Santos Valentin, 39, New York, N.Y.
Benito Valentin, 33, New York, N.Y.
Manuel Del Valle, 32, New York, N.Y.
Carlton Francis Valvo, 38, New York, N.Y.
Edward Raymond Vanacore, 29, Jersey City, N.J.
Jon C. Vandevander, 44, Ridgewood, N.J.
Frederick T. Varacchi, 35, Greenwich, Conn.
Gopalakrishnan Varadhan, 32, New York, N.Y.
David Vargas, 46, New York, N.Y.
Scott C. Vasel, 32, Park Ridge, N.J.
Santos Vasquez, 55, New York, N.Y.
Azael Ismael Vasquez, 21, New York, N.Y.
Arcangel Vazquez, 47, New York, N.Y.
Peter Anthony Vega, 36, New York, N.Y.
Sankara S. Velamuri, 63, Avenel, N.J.
Jorge Velazquez, 47, Passaic, N.J.
Lawrence Veling, 44, New York, N.Y.
Anthony M. Ventura, 41, Middletown, N.J.
David Vera, 41, New York, N.Y.
Loretta A, Vero, 51, Nanuet, N.Y.
Christopher Vialonga, 30, Demarest, N.J.
Matthew Gilbert Vianna, 23, Manhasset, N.Y.
Robert A. Vicario, 40, Weehawken, N.J.
Celeste Torres Victoria, 41, New York, N.Y.
Joanna Vidal, 26, Yonkers, N.Y.
John T. Vigiano, 36, West Islip, N.Y.
Joseph Vincent Vigiano, 34, Medford, N.Y.
Frank J. Vignola, 44, Merrick, N.Y.
Joseph B. Vilardo, 44, Stanhope, N.J.
Sergio Villanueva, 33, New York, N.Y.
Chantal Vincelli, 38, New York, N.Y.
Melissa Vincent, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
Francine A. Virgilio, 48, New York, N.Y.
Lawrence Virgilio, 38
Joseph G. Visciano, 22, New York, N.Y.
Joshua S. Vitale, 28, Great Neck, N.Y.
Maria Percoco Vola, 37, New York, N.Y.
Lynette D. Vosges, 48, New York, N.Y.
Garo H. Voskerijian, 43, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Alfred Vukosa, 37, New York, N.Y.
Gregory Wachtler, 25, Ramsey, N.J.
Gabriela Waisman, 33, New York, N.Y.
Wendy Alice Rosario Wakeford, 40, Freehold, N.J.
Courtney Wainsworth Walcott, 37, New York, N.Y.
Victor Wald, 49, New York, N.Y.
Benjamin Walker, 41, Suffern, N.Y.
Glen J. Wall, 38, Rumson, N.J.
Mitchel Scott Wallace, 34, Mineola, N.Y.
Lt. Robert F. Wallace, 43, New York, N.Y.
Roy Michael Wallace, 42, Wyckoff, N.J.
Peter G. Wallace, 66, Lincoln Park, N.J.
Jean Marie Wallendorf, 23, New York, N.Y.
Matthew Blake Wallens, 31, New York, N.Y.
John Wallice, 43, Huntington, N.Y.
Barbara P. Walsh, 59, New York, N.Y.
James Walsh, 37, Scotch Plains, N.J.
Jeffrey Patrick Walz, 37, Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Ching H. Wang, 59, New York, N.Y.
Weibin Wang, 41, Orangeburg, N.Y.
Lt. Michael Warchola, 51, Middle Village, N.Y.
Stephen Gordon Ward, 33, Gorham, Maine
James A. Waring, 49, New York, N.Y.
Brian G. Warner, 32, Morganville, N.J.
Derrick Washington, 33, Calverton, N.Y.
Charles Waters, 44, New York, N.Y.
James Thomas (Muddy) Waters, 39, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Patrick J. Waters, 44, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth Watson, 39, Smithtown, N.Y.
Michael H. Waye, 38, Morganville, N.J.
Walter E. Weaver, 30, Centereach, N.Y.
Todd C. Weaver, 30, New York, N.Y.
Nathaniel Webb, 56, Jersey City, N.J.
Dinah Webster, 50, Port Washington, N.Y.
Joanne Flora Weil, 39, New York, N.Y.
Michael Weinberg, 34, New York, N.Y.
Steven Weinberg, 41, New City, N.Y.
Scott Jeffrey Weingard, 29, New York, N.Y.
Steven Weinstein, 50, New York, N.Y.
Simon Weiser, 65, New York, N.Y.
David T. Weiss, 50, New York, N.Y.
David M. Weiss, 41, Maybrook, N.Y.
Vincent Michael Wells, 22, Redbridge, England
Timothy Matthew Welty, 34, Yonkers, N.Y.
Christian Hans Rudolf Wemmers, 43, San Francisco, Calif.
Ssu-Hui (Vanessa) Wen, 23, New York, N.Y.
Oleh D. Wengerchuk, 56, Centerport, N.Y.
Peter M. West, 54, Pottersville, N.J.
Whitfield West, 41, New York, N.Y.
Meredith Lynn Whalen, 23, Hoboken, N.J.
Eugene Whelan, 31, Rockaway Beach, N.Y.
John S. White, 48, New York, N.Y.
Edward James White, 30, New York, N.Y.
James Patrick White, 34, Hoboken, N.J.
Kenneth W. White, 50, New York, N.Y.
Leonard Anthony White, 57, New York, N.Y.
Malissa White, 37, New York, N.Y.
Wayne White, 38, New York, N.Y.
Adam S. White, 26, New York, N.Y.
Leanne Marie Whiteside, 31, New York, N.Y.
Mark Whitford, 31, Salisbury Mills, N.Y.
Michael T. Wholey, 34, Westwood, N.J.
Mary Lenz Wieman, 43, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Jeffrey David Wiener, 33, New York, N.Y.
William J. Wik, 44, Crestwood, N.Y.
Alison Marie Wildman, 30, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Glenn Wilkinson, 46, Bayport, N.Y.
John C. Willett, 29, Jersey City, N.J.
Brian Patrick Williams, 29, New York, N.Y.
Crossley Williams, 28, Uniondale, N.Y.
David Williams, 34, New York, N.Y.
Deborah Lynn Williams, 35, Hoboken, N.J.
Kevin Michael Williams, 24, New York, N.Y.
Louis Calvin Williams, 53, Mandeville, La.
Louie Anthony Williams, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lt. John Williamson, 46, Warwick, N.Y.
Donna Wilson, 48, Williston Park, N.Y.
William E. Wilson, 58, New York, N.Y.
Cynthia Wilson, 52, New York, N.Y.
David H. Winton, 29, New York, N.Y.
Glenn J. Winuk, 40, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Francis Wise, 43, New York, N.Y.
Alan L. Wisniewski, 47, Howell, N.J.
Frank T. Wisniewski, 54, Basking Ridge, N.J.
David Wiswall, 54, North Massapequa, N.Y.
Sigrid Charlotte Wiswe, 41, New York, N.Y.
Michael R. Wittenstein, 34, Hoboken, N.J.
Christopher W. Wodenshek, 35, Ridgewood, N.J.
Martin P. Wohlforth, 47, Greenwich, Conn.
Katherine S. Wolf, 40, New York, N.Y.
Jenny Seu Kueng Low Wong, 25, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer Y. Wong, 26, New York, N.Y.
Siu Cheung Wong, 34, Jersey City, N.J.
Yin Ping (Steven) Wong, 34, New York, N.Y.
Yuk Ping Wong, 47, New York, N.Y.
Brent James Woodall, 31, Oradell, N.J.
James J. Woods, 26, New York, N.Y.
Patrick Woods, 36, New York, N.Y.
Richard Herron Woodwell, 44, Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J.
Capt. David Terence Wooley, 54, Nanuet, N.Y.
John Bentley Works, 36, Darien, Conn.
Martin Michael Wortley, 29, Park Ridge, N.J.
Rodney James Wotton, 36, Middletown, N.J.
William Wren, 61, Lynbrook, N.Y.
John Wright, 33, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Neil R. Wright, 30, Asbury, N.J.
Sandra Wright, 57, Langhorne, Pa.
Jupiter Yambem, 41, Beacon, N.Y.
Suresh Yanamadala, 33, Plainsboro, N.J.
Matthew David Yarnell, 26, Jersey City, N.J.
Myrna Yaskulka, 59, New York, N.Y.
Shakila Yasmin, 26, New York, N.Y.
Olabisi L. Yee, 38, New York, N.Y.
Edward P. York, 45, Wilton, Conn.
Kevin Patrick York, 41, Princeton, N.J.
Raymond York, 45, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Suzanne Youmans, 60, New York, N.Y.
Jacqueline (Jakki) Young, 37, New York, N.Y.
Barrington L. Young, 35, New York, N.Y.
Elkin Yuen, 32, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Zaccoli, 39, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Adel Agayby Zakhary, 50, North Arlington, N.J.
Arkady Zaltsman, 45, New York, N.Y.
Edwin J. Zambrana, 24, New York, N.Y.
Robert Alan Zampieri, 30, Saddle River, N.J.
Mark Zangrilli, 36, Pompton Plains, N.J.
Ira Zaslow, 55, North Woodmere, N.Y.
Kenneth Albert Zelman, 37, Succasunna, N.J.
Abraham J. Zelmanowitz, 55, New York, N.Y.
Martin Morales Zempoaltecatl, 22, New York, N.Y.
Zhe (Zack) Zeng, 28, New York, N.Y.
Marc Scott Zeplin, 33, Harrison, N.Y.
Jie Yao Justin Zhao, 27, New York, N.Y.
Ivelin Ziminski, 40, Tarrytown, N.Y.
Michael Joseph Zinzi, 37, Newfoundland, N.J.
Charles A. Zion, 54, Greenwich, Conn.
Julie Lynne Zipper, 44, Paramus, N.J.
Salvatore J. Zisa, 45, Hawthorne, N.J.
Prokopios Paul Zois, 46, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Joseph J. Zuccala, 54, Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.
Andrew Steven Zucker, 27, New York, N.Y.
Igor Zukelman, 29, New York, N.Y.
Barbara Arestegui, 38, Marstons Mills, Massachusetts
Jeffrey Collman, 41, Novato, Calif.
Sara Low, 28, Batesville, Arkansas
Karen A. Martin, 40, Danvers, Mass.
First Officer Thomas McGuinness, 42, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Kathleen Nicosia, 54, Winthrop, Mass.
John Ogonowski, 52, Dracut, Massachusetts
Betty Ong, 45, Andover, Massachusetts
Jean Roger, 24, Longmeadow, Massachusetts
Dianne Snyder, 42, Westport, Massachusetts
Madeline Sweeney, 35, Acton, Massachusetts
Anna Williams Allison, 48, Stoneham, Massachusetts
David Angell, 54, Pasadena, California
Lynn Angell, 45, Pasadena, California
Seima Aoyama, 48, Culver City, Calif.
Myra Aronson, 52, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Christine Barbuto, 32, Brookline, Massachusetts
Carolyn Beug, 48, Los Angeles, California
Kelly Ann Booms, 24, Brookline, Mass.
Carol Bouchard, 43, Warwick, Rhode Island
Neilie Anne Heffernan Casey, 32, Wellesley, Massachusetts
Jeffrey Coombs, 42, Abington, Massachusetts
Tara Creamer, 30, Worcester, Massachusetts
Thelma Cuccinello, 71, Wilmot, New Hampshire
Patrick Currivan, 52, Winchester, Mass.
Brian Dale, 43, Warren, New Jersey
David DiMeglio, 22, Wakefield, Mass.
Donald Americo DiTullio, 49, Peabody, Mass.
Albert Dominguez, 66, Sydney, Australia
Paige Farley-Hackel, 46, Newton, Mass.
Alex Filipov, 70, Concord, Massachusetts
Carol Flyzik, 40, Plaistow, N.H.
Paul Friedman, 45, Belmont, Massachusetts
Karleton D.B. Fyfe, 31, Brookline, Massachusetts
Peter Gay, 54, Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Linda George, 27, Westboro, Massachusetts
Edmund Glazer, 41, Los Angeles, California
Lisa Fenn Gordenstein, 41, Needham, Massachusetts
Andrew Peter Charles Curry Green, 34, Santa Monica, Calif.
Peter Hashem, 40, Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Robert Hayes, 37, from Amesbury, Massachusetts
Edward (Ted) R. Hennessy, 35, Belmont, Mass.
John A. Hofer, 45, Los Angeles, Calif.
Cora Hidalgo Holland, 52, of Sudbury, Massachusetts
Nicholas Humber, 60, of Newton, Massachusetts,
Waleed Iskandar, 34, London, England
John Charles Jenkins, 45, Cambridge, Mass.
Charles Edward Jones, 48, Bedford, Mass.
Robin Kaplan, 33, Westboro, Massachusetts
Barbara Keating, 72, Palm Springs, Calif.
David P. Kovalcin, 42, Hudson, New Hampshire
Judy Larocque, 50, Framingham, Mass.
Natalie Janis Lasden, 46, Peabody, Mass.
Daniel John Lee, 34, Van Nuys, Calif.
Daniel C. Lewin, 31, Charlestown, Mass.
Susan A. MacKay, 44, Westford, Massachusetts
Christopher D. Mello, 25, Boston, Mass.
Jeff Mladenik, 43, Hinsdale, Illinois
Antonio Jesus Montoya Valdes, 46, East Boston, Mass.
Carlos Alberto Montoya, 36, Bellmont, Mass.
Laura Lee Morabito, 34, Framingham, Massachusetts
Mildred Rose Naiman, 81, Andover, Mass.
Laurie Ann Neira, 48, Los Angeles, Calif.
Renee Newell, 37, of Cranston, Rhode Island
Jacqueline J. Norton, 61, Lubec, Maine
Robert Grant Norton, 85, Lubec, Maine
Jane M. Orth, 49, Haverhill, Mass.
Thomas Pecorelli, 31, of Los Angeles, California
Berinthia Berenson Perkins, 53, Los Angeles, Calif.
Sonia Morales Puopolo, 58, of Dover, Massachusetts
David E. Retik, 33, Needham, Mass.
Philip M. Rosenzweig, 47, Acton, Mass.
Richard Ross, 58, Newton, Massachusetts
Jessica Sachs, 22, Billerica, Massachusetts
Rahma Salie, 28, Boston, Mass.
Heather Lee Smith, 30, Boston, Mass.
Douglas J. Stone, 54, Dover, N.H
Xavier Suarez, 41, Chino Hills, Calif.
Michael Theodoridis, 32, Boston, Mass.
James Trentini, 65, Everett, Massachusetts
Mary Trentini, 67, Everett, Massachusetts
Pendyala Vamsikrishna, 30, Los Angeles, Calif.
Mary Wahlstrom, 78, Kaysville, Utah
Kenneth Waldie, 46, Methuen, Massachusetts
John Wenckus, 46, Torrance, Calif.
Candace Lee Williams, 20, Danbury, Conn.
Christopher Zarba, 47, Hopkinton, Massachusetts
Charles Burlingame, 51, Herndon, Va.
David M. Charlebois, 39, Washington, D.C
Michele Heidenberger, 57, Chevy Chase, Md.
Jennifer Lewis, 38, Culpeper, Virginia
Kenneth Lewis, 49, Culpeper, Virginia
Renee A. May, 39, Baltimore, Md
Paul Ambrose, 32, Washington, D.C.
Yeneneh Betru, 35, Burbank, Calif
Mary Jane (MJ) Booth, 64, Falls Church, Va.
Bernard Curtis Brown, 11, Washington, D.C.
Suzanne Calley, 42, San Martin, Calif.
William Caswell, 54, Silver Spring, Md.
Sarah Clark, 65, Columbia, Md.
Zandra Cooper, Annandale, Va.
Asia Cottom, 11, Washington, D.C.
James Debeuneure, 58, Upper Marlboro, Md.
Rodney Dickens, 11, Washington, D.C.
Eddie Dillard, Alexandria, Va.
Charles Droz, 52, Springfield, Va.
Barbara G. Edwards, 58, Las Vegas, Nev.
Charles S. Falkenberg, 45, University Park, Md.
Zoe Falkenberg, 8, University Park, Md.
Dana Falkenberg, 3, of University Park, Md.
James Joe Ferguson, 39, Washington, D.C.
Wilson “Bud” Flagg, 63, Millwood, Va.
Darlene Flagg, 63, Millwood, Va.
Richard Gabriel, 54, Great Falls, Va.
Ian J. Gray, 55, Columbia, Md.
Stanley Hall, 68, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
Bryan Jack, 48, Alexandria, Va.
Steven D. Jacoby, 43, Alexandria, Va.
Ann Judge, 49, Great Falls, Va.
Chandler Keller, 29, El Segundo, Calif.
Yvonne Kennedy, 62, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Norma Khan, 45, Reston, Va.
Karen A. Kincaid, 40, Washington, D.C.
Dong Lee, 48, Leesburg, Va.
Dora Menchaca, 45, of Santa Monica, Calif.
Christopher Newton, 38, Anaheim, Calif.
Barbara Olson, 45, Great Falls, Va
Ruben Ornedo, 39, Los Angeles, Calif.
Robert Penniger, 63, of Poway, Calif.
Robert R. Ploger, 59, Annandale, Va.
Lisa J. Raines, 42, Great Falls, Va.
Todd Reuben, 40, Potomac, Maryland
John Sammartino, 37, Annandale, Va.
Diane Simmons, Great Falls, Va.
George Simmons, Great Falls, Va.
Mari-Rae Sopper, 35, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Robert Speisman, 47, Irvington, N.Y
Norma Lang Steuerle, 54, Alexandria, Va.
Hilda E. Taylor, 62, Forestville, Md
Leonard Taylor, 44, Reston, Va.
Sandra Teague, 31, Fairfax, Va.
Leslie A. Whittington, 45, University Park, Maryland.
John D. Yamnicky, 71, Waldorf, Md.
Vicki Yancey, 43, Springfield, Va.
Shuyin Yang, 61, Beijing, China
Yuguag Zheng, 65, Beijing, China
Robert Fangman, 33, Claymont, Del.
Michael R. Horrocks, 38, Glen Mills, Pa.
Amy N. Jarret, 28, North Smithfield, R.I.
Amy R. King, 29, Stafford Springs, Conn.
Kathryn L. LaBorie, 44, Providence, R.I.
Alfred Gilles Padre Joseph Marchand, 44, Alamogordo, N.M.
Capt. Victor Saracini, 51, Lower Makefield Township, Pa.
Michael C. Tarrou, 38, Stafford Springs, Conn.
Alicia Nicole Titus, 28, San Francisco, Calif.
Alona Avraham, 30, Asdod, Israel.
Garnet Edward (Ace) Bailey, 54, Lynnfield, Mass.
Mark Bavis, 31, West Newton, Mass.
Graham Andrew Berkeley, 37, Boston, Mass.
Touri Bolourchi, 69, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Klaus Bothe, 31, Linkenheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Daniel R. Brandhorst, 41, Los Angeles, Calif
David Reed Gamboa Brandhorst, 3, Los Angeles, Calif.
John Brett Cahill, 56, Wellesley, Mass.
Christoffer Carstanjen, 33, Turner Falls, Mass.
John (Jay) J. Corcoran, 43, Norwell, Mass
Dorothy Alma DeAraujo, 80, Long Beach, Calif.
Ana Gloria Pocasangre de Barrera, 49, San Salvador, El Salvador
Lisa Frost, 22, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.
Ronald Gamboa, 33, Los Angeles, Calif.
Lynn Catherine Goodchild, 25, Attleboro, Mass.
Peter Morgan Goodrich, 33, Sudbury, Mass.
Douglas A. Gowell, 52, Methuen, Mass.
The Rev. Francis E. Grogan, 76, of Easton, Mass.
Carl Max Hammond, 37, Derry, N.H.
Peter Hanson, 32, Groton, Mass.
Sue Kim Hanson, 35, Groton, Mass.
Christine Lee Hanson, 2, Groton, Mass.
Gerald F. Hardacre, 61, Carlsbad, Calif.
Eric Samadikan Hartono, 20, Boston, Mass.
James E. Hayden, 47, Westford, Mass.
Herbert W. Homer, 48, Milford, Mass.
Robert Adrien Jalbert, 61, Swampscott, Mass.
Ralph Francis Kershaw, 52, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.
Heinrich Kimmig, 43, Willstaett, Germany
Brian Kinney, 29, Lowell, Mass.
Robert George LeBlanc, 70, Lee, N.H.
Maclovio Lopez, Jr., 41, Norwalk, Calif.
Marianne MacFarlane, MacFarlane, 34, Revere, Mass.
Louis Neil Mariani, 59, Derry, N.H.
Juliana Valentine McCourt, 4, New London, Conn.
Ruth Magdaline McCourt, 45, New London, Conn.
Wolfgang Peter Menzel, 59, Wilhelmshaven, Germany
Shawn M. Nassaney, 25, Pawtucket, R.I.
Marie Pappalardo, 53, Paramount, Calif.
Patrick Quigley, 40, of Wellesley, Mass.
Frederick Charles Rimmele, 32, Marblehead, Mass.
James M. Roux, 43, Portland, Maine
Jesus Sanchez, 45, Hudson, Mass.
Mary Kathleen Shearer, 61, Dover, N.H.
Robert Michael Shearer, 63, Dover, N.H.
Jane Louise Simpkin, 36, Wayland, Mass.
Brian D. Sweeney, 38, Barnstable, Mass.
Timothy Ward, 38, San Diego, Calif.
William M. Weems, 46, Marblehead, Mass.
Lorraine G. Bay, 58, East Windsor, N.J.
Sandra W. Bradshaw, 38, Greensboro, N.C.
Jason Dahl, 43, Denver, Colo.
Wanda Anita Green, 49, Linden, N.J.
Leroy Homer, 36, Marlton, N.J.
CeeCee Lyles, 33, Fort Myers, Fla.
Deborah Welsh, 49, New York, N.Y.
Christian Adams, 37, Biebelsheim, Germany
Todd Beamer, 32, Cranbury, N.J.
Alan Beaven, 48, Oakland, CA
Mark K. Bingham, 31, San Francisco, Calif.
Deora Frances Bodley, 20, San Diego, Calif.
Marion Britton, 53, New York, N.Y.
Thomas E. Burnett Jr., 38, San Ramon, Calif.
William Cashman, 57, North Bergen, N.J.
Georgine Rose Corrigan, 56, Honolulu, Hawaii
Patricia Cushing, 69, Bayonne, N.J.
Joseph Deluca, 52, Ledgewood, N.J.
Patrick Joseph Driscoll, 70, Manalapan, N.J.
Edward P. Felt, 41, Matawan, N.J.
Jane C. Folger, 73, Bayonne, N.J.
Colleen Laura Fraser, 51, Elizabeth, N.J.
Andrew Garcia, 62, Portola Valley, Calif.
Jeremy Glick, 31, Hewlett, N.J.
Lauren Grandcolas, 38, San Rafael, Calif.
Donald F. Greene, 52, Greenwich, Conn.
Linda Gronlund, 46, Warwick, N.Y.
Richard Guadagno, 38, of Eureka, Calif.
Toshiya Kuge, 20, Nishimidoriguoska, Japan
Hilda Marcin, 79, Budd Lake, N.J.
Nicole Miller, 21, San Jose, Calif.
Louis J. Nacke, 42, New Hope, Pa.
Donald Arthur Peterson, 66, Spring Lake, N.J.
Jean Hoadley Peterson, 55, Spring Lake, N.J.
Waleska Martinez Rivera, 37, Jersey City, N.J.
Mark Rothenberg, 52, Scotch Plains, N.J.
Christine Snyder, 32, Kailua, Hawaii
John Talignani, 72, New York, N.Y.
Honor Elizabeth Wainio, 27, Watchung, N.J.
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Remembering 9/11 seven years later

 

 

armsofproject2996

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What is 2996?

Project 2,996 is a tribute to the victims of 9/11.

On September 11, 2006, more than 3,000 bloggers joined together to remember the victims of 9/11.

Each year we will honor them by remembering their lives, and not by remembering their murderers.

If you would like to help out, by pledging to post a tribute on your own blog on 9/11 of this year, click the button at the top of the sidebar. Then, use the web to learn something about the life of the name you are given, and on 9/11, post your tribute your blog or website.

But, and this is critical, the tributes should celebrate the lives of these people–kind of like a wake. Over the last 5 years we’ve heard the names of the killers, and all about the victim’s deaths. This is a chance to learn about and celebrate those who died. Forget the murderers, they don’t deserve to be remembered. But some people who died that day deserve to be remembered––2,996 people.

Thank you,

Dale Challener Roe

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Bloggers needed for 2,996 Project

By Michelle Malkin 

“…Longtime readers will remember the wonderful 2,996 Project honoring the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks. The project is gearing up for this year’s event and needs your help.

Katie Favazza is helping spread the word. Please click here to sign up, participate, and spread the word.  …”

 

http://michellemalkin.com/2009/08/03/bloggers-needed-for-2996-project/

 

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