Relatives plan protest over unidentified remains being brought back to World Trade Center

Relatives say they are angry that unidentified remains from the terror attacks will be placed in the same building that houses the Sept. 11th museum.

Relatives say they are angry that unidentified remains

Relatives say they are angry that unidentified remains from the terror attacks will be placed in the same building that houses the Sept. 11th museum.

MANHATTAN - Relatives of 9/11 victims are planning to protest tomorrow over the plan to put the remains of victims back at the World Trade Center. 

Relatives say they are angry that unidentified remains from the terror attacks will be placed in the same building that houses the Sept. 11th museum. 
 
Some say it is disrespectful and want the remains entombed at the adjacent memorial.
 
The city plans to move the remains tomorrow.

The museum opens in a few weeks. 

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