"I'm ecstatic, because we have a lot of information and evidence," said William Doyle, who lost his son, 25, in the Twin Towers attack, in The New York Daily News.
Sept. 11 families can sue Saudi after all, judge rules →
"These people are getting off scot-free," said Mr. Doyle, in The New York Daily News. "They didn't even get a slap on the wrist, and to this day we still have terrorism running rampant. We have to hold accountable the people who finance terrorism."