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Rise of freedom now our continuing coverage of the rebuilding at the World Trade Center site.
Tonight a look at perhaps -- most sensitive.
And certainly emotional issue in this entire process and that is how to incorporate the human remains.
Which medical examiners are still trying to identify.
The current plans call for something between a tomb and the laboratory.
And now many family members want to run the idea by every single next of kin.
They're feeling when it's been identified -- mentioned 24 Maureen and Al Santoro lost their only son firefighter Christopher Santoro.
Not all of christmastime.
-- -- -- Send -- say the rest of their son is among the 9000.
Unidentified pieces of human remains that the city plans to house at the new World Trade Center they will be seventy feet below ground in a room between the footprints of The Two Towers.
The room will be accessed through the 9/11 museum but run by the city's medical examiner.
You can remove remains for further testing at any time.
The -- -- and other nine elevenths families say nobody asked if this is okay with them.
But whether to replace the 9/11.
Belongs to the family members a lawyer for ten families filing a freedom of information request with New York city's -- -- Asking for the names and addresses of every next of kin for all 2749.
People killed at the World Trade Center.
They want to send everyone a letter asking for their opinions.
Obviously you can't deal south -- people so there -- representatives.
Charles Wolf was part of a group of families who was consulted about the project.
His wife was working on the 97 floor of tower one when the planes hit no part of her was ever identified but he supports this plan.
This is a very dignified -- extremely dignified.
Place and yet at the same time it allows for the advancement of science and allows for Qaeda remains to continue to be identified.
The mayor's office has five days to respond to the family's request for next canned information.
But tells fox -- many family members would rightly be outraged if the city made their personal information including home addresses public.
And of course that is not something we will do the same -- -- taking a poll is the only respectful thing to do.
And they're even offering to pay for the postage.
Families have them right.
To make a decision now if they decide that this is okay with them we will -- cool off well.
If the city makes a decision not to hand over it the name of every relative a lawyer for the families group warns the case could end up in court.
The unidentified remains -- right now at the medical Examiner's office the city of New York reports -- plans to move them next year when the museum is scheduled to open.
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