- Associated Press - Thursday, September 11, 2014

NEW YORK (AP) - The father-in-law of a victim says it’s important for New York visitors to see the World Trade Center site.

Larry Antigua was taut with emotion as he left Thursday’s ceremony. He wore a blue ribbon on his suit lapel and an American flag pin.

The resident of Manhattan’s Washington Heights neighborhood choked up as he spoke about his daughter-in-law. Lorraine Antigua worked at Cantor Fitzgerald.

Antigua feels the 2001 attacks could have been avoided. And he’s frustrated with the continuing fight against terrorism.

He said a lot of people at the ceremony were concerned about the group known as ISIS (EYE’-sihs).

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